Because this has so much to do with Halloween, I thought I'd offer it free again staring today at 8 a.m. and through November 2.
Sometimes people ask why I'd give a book away for free, but there is a very good reason. If someone likes this book, they may buy some of the others in the series. Also as more people get the book, it's status on Amazon gets better.
Here's part of a review of Bones in the Attic:
Detective Doug Milligan’s daughter, along with her high school art group, just started to decorate an old abandoned house for Halloween, when one of the students finds a large chest in the attic with a skeleton inside. In this continuing glimpse into the lives of the Rocky Bluff Police force, this is just the first incident in a hectic week. A missing neighbor, thieves disguised as police officers, and a wild fire threatening to wipe out the town, not only keep these law enforcement individuals hustling, they also keep the reader turning pages. This is a fast-paced police procedural that kept me up well into the night.
The big reason I've been so behind is because my middle daughter has been in the hospital twice because of heart failure, two big surgeries, including open-heart surgery, she finally got to come home. Needs lots of help, fortunate her husband is there and her oldest daughter is a great help.
And of course, I have to do a lot for my husband who has a hard time getting around, is losing his sight and his memory--but for the most part in good spirits. Life has been complicated.
Marilyn, who writes this siers as F. M. Meredith