In the works, a non fiction book of stories about my animals.
I'm always asked, how did you start writing? This is my first book, and the inspiration was simple. I was having a horrible day at work, and someone pushed me over the edge. This book is the result.
When wealthy Charlotte Phillips-Pierce is found murdered on a trail, Detective Parker Williams finds himself with a long list of suspects. Who would want to kill her? Or, as her son tells Parker, who wouldn't?
From her children to the murderer she once befriended, the list of suspects seems endless.
As Parker delves deeper into the circumstances of her death, a life of privilege, greed, sex, dark family secrets, and lies begins to unfold.
The sins of the past emerge, leading to a showdown with a killer.
Inspired when I found a stuffed artic fox in a dumpster, then began to wonder why it was there...
When veterinarian Abigail Fisher finds a small, stuffed wolf in a dumpster, she has no idea of the havoc that will ensue.
Eerie howls, sightings of a large, unidentified animal, and encounters with a mysterious stranger and his wolf dog soon follow. After first her friends, then her neighbor turns up dead, Abigail fears for her own safety.
As Detective Parker Williams investigates the bizarre deaths, he finds himself immersed in tales of devil worship, mysterious creatures, and local lore and legend. And, he wonders, how does all this connect to Abigail?
As the body count rises, Parker is in a terrifying race against time to stop the killings- before it's too late.
I wrote this book because I wanted to put a Belgian Malinois in a story.
A world weary K9 cop, trying to cope with the loss of his partner.
A young girl with dreams of Olympic glory.
A sexy, manipulative woman, who will stop at nothing to get what she wants...
Inspired by the ghosts in my house.
Author Jolene Turner had it all, successful career, solid relationship, loyal friends, until the night a shocking betrayal brought everything crashing down. Emotionally shattered and unable to write, she flees NY to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. There she is drawn to an old, Victorian house in need of some serious TLC.
The discovery of an antique necklace in a wall intrigues Jolene, becoming her muse and reigniting her passion for writing. Soon, she discovers she's uncovered more than just a necklace. Tormented by strange happenings in the house, the line between reality and fantasy are no longer clear.
When a danger from her past combines with the strange occurrences, her sanity and her safety are threatened. Jolene realizes that unlocking the secrets of the the old house are key to her survival. She only hopes she uncovers the secrets before it's too late.
The little bear on the cover inspired this one. He belonged to my late mother-in-law. It's a long story, but suffice it to say, I saved the little bear from a watery grave.
Rhiannon's curiosity is piqued when she discovers an old tin box, and its strange contents, at the lake.
Despite a friend's warning that the box may be part of a voodoo spell, Rhiannon brings it home. It isn't long before she realizes her friend may be right.
A string of bizarre deaths soon leaves her fearing for her own safety. Racing to uncover the secret behind the box, Rhiannon finds herself in a battle with a foe so evil, she prays she will survive.
I've done a fair amount of competing in my life. I've shown horses, run 5 and 10k races, and competed in mountain bike races. When someone drops out of the race without telling anyone, it makes you wonder. Are they really ok?
Strange things are happening in Bealtown. It started when a runner disappeared during a race. Now other athletes are going missing, and Detective Parker Williams is stumped. Could a serial killer be on the loose?
The inspiration for this book was the result of watching the old TV series Columbo.
A woman lies dead in a field, the victim of a kick to the head by her horse. As Detective Parker Williams begins his investigation, his suspicions mount.
Was it really an accident? Or was it murder?
When a cold case detective shows up with another case involving a horse related accident, Parker realizes he may be dealing with a possible serial killer. He will need all the help he can get, even from the victim herself, to stop the killer from striking again.