BELLINGHAM BETRAYAL &
BELLINGHAM, DEAD AHEAD
The Jozie Hunter Mystery Series
Linda Allen is currently working
on an historical mystery
entitled SAN FRANCISCO DEAD BEAT. Read all about it below.
NOVELS BY LINDA ALLEN
Bellingham’s autumn season is off to a dazzling red
and gold start when thirty-something Jozie Hunter embarks on one of her most puzzling cases. How did the decade old remains
of a beautiful young woman from New York end up three thousand miles away on the West Coast in Washington State? What deadly secret does Jozie uncover that threatens to take her own life?
Jozie, a real estate agent with a background in forensics, can’t resist solving crimes. Join her in this journey of surprises, twists, and spellbinding intrigue as Jozie does what she has to
do to find the killer and stay out of trouble. Be there at the end when Jozie,
helped along by her daughter Jamie and her best friend Presley, reach a startling conclusion.
In this deliciously wicked sequel to Bellingham
Homicide, Jozie's best friend Presley opens her consignment shop and makes a grusome discovery - a dead body sprawled
out under a dress rack. Jozie quickly learns there is no shortage of suspects when she finds herself dealing
with a looney doll collector, a larcenous financier and his pie-eyed token wife, a killer who never was, and a gang of thieves
hiding in cyberspace. As Jozie investigates the most puzzling case of her career, she discovers not only a string of bizarre
settings but the fascinating White family, especially the enigmatic Robert White. From the opening page to the original and
shocking surprise twist at the end, Bellingham Betrayal lives up to the page-turner standards of the classic mystery
Be on the lookout for the third book in the Jozie
Hunter Mystery Series entitled Bellingham, Dead Ahead:
Linda Allen weaves Jozie's next adventure amid the dark beauty of Stehekin, Washington located at the head of Lake Chelan,
deep in the Cascade Mountains. In a case that turns out to be the most dangerous of her sleuthing experiences, Jozie returns
home to Bellingham . . . the hard way. This book is in the editing process and
has a release date of late spring 2010. For more information contact Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2010 Update, a mesage from Linda Allen:
For a change
of pace, I am hard at work on my fourth
novel, an historical mystery entitled San Francisco
Beat. It is set in North Beach amid
Generation in the
year 1958 and is about 3 graduate
students who travel
to San Francisco to do social
research. What makes
Max, Lewis, and Teddy drop
go on the hunt for a ruthless killer? It is
an engrossing read
loaded with authenic period
details because I
lived in San Francisco during those
years. At this writing
(04-01-2010) this novel is about
I will keep you informed or contact me
anytime at email@example.com
WHAT LINDA ALLEN'S READERS
ARE SAYING ABOUT THE JOZIE HUNTER MYSTERY SERIES:
"I was eager to see
what happened next . . . Linda Allen is a good storyteller . . . she lets the reader have a good time . . . I like Jozie
Hunter . . . Great fun."
Secretary of State
State of Washington
"Linda Allen's crime
adventures are diabolical. She has to be commended for taking on a complicated set of facts in an improbable way and in an
improbable venue and keeping it all together. Kudos!"
Former Chief Deputy
District Attorney, 18th Judicial District, State of Colorado and Adams County, Colorado Attorney.
Allen juggles her unique characters, strong suspense, and intriguing twists in terrific adventures you will hate to see end.
Presley is a hoot. Fabulous!"
State of Washington
"Keep this up and
you will become the next Sue Grafton."
John R. Downes, Spokane,
Author of Orphans
Song and A Few Deadly Friends
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"Linda Allen has
a true gift. Her ability to allow the reader to understand a complicated subject like forensics puts her in a special category
of writers. I can't wait for the next book!"
James Jetton, M.D.
Palos Verdes, CA.
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Loma Linda University
"Really got caught
up in Bellingham Homicide . . . suspense plus . . . that last page made me want to dive right into the next book."
Pam Cofield, Bellingham,
Essayist, poet, New
York Times et. al.