PRAISE FOR THREE SHADES OF JUSTICE:
"I really liked this book. Loved the mischief in this, and the secondary characters who really did care. I also want the chef. For myself. Hilarious." - From an Amazon Review by Melanie
ABOUT THE THREE SHADES OF JUSTICE:
Emma Preston’s best friends are dead.
But not departed.
Killed in a car crash, they return to their senior residence to take care of unfinished business—getting the goods on the malicious assistant administrator. Sadye Connor has been stealing supplies and skimming accounts; now she’s upping her crime game.
Stubborn and opinionated in life, Eddie, Ida, and Loren are no different in their afterlives. Instead of honing their haunting skills, they bicker about strategy, blow off training, belittle teamwork, and badger Emma about the quality of their urns and the care and feeding of their entitled pets. Worse yet, they read her thoughts, butt in on conversations, and allow her no privacy to pursue a budding romance.
Can Emma wrangle the wraiths in the direction of detection in time? Do the Three Shades of Justice have a ghost of a chance of stopping Shady Sadye? Or will the ectoplasm hit the fan?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Carolyn J. Rose grew up in New York's Catskill Mountains, the setting for her Hemlock Lake mystery trilogy.
She emerged from the University of Arizona with a degree and a tan, and stayed on for graduate school.
Thanks to boredom and a public service announcement on late-night TV, she abandoned literary studies for two years with Volunteers in Service to America in Little Rock.
From there a series of coincidences and chance encounters led her to the land of TV news and 25 years as a researcher, writer, producer, and assignment editor in Arkansas, New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington.
She’s now a high school substitute teacher in Vancouver, Washington. Her subbing experiences, and her sometimes rocky relationship with the dogs in her life, led her to create the canine character Cheese Puff and the Subbing isn’t for Sissies series.
Other than writing, her interests are reading, swimming, walking, gardening, and NOT cooking.