Publishing Fatal Dose is the reason I have not done much genealogy lately! Fatal Dose is set in the Willow Creek area, so I thought it appropriate to let my genealogy blog readers know about the book. As you will read below, both books have area roots, not only in the story, but with the cover photos.
Graphic artist Caitlyn Jamison is back in scenic Riverview, New York, working on a winery photo shoot—and hoping to reconnect with Sheriff Ethan Ewing. But the sheriff has a serious situation on his hands: an undercover agent posing as a professor disappears on the same morning a college student is found dead. When Caitlyn learns the missing man is her friend’s uncle, and against Ethan’s wishes, she insists on helping with the investigation.
Meanwhile, Caitlyn’s Aunt Myra hears about a different kind of mystery from her friend, retired teacher Verna Adams. Verna is searching for her long-lost brother, who once lived on the abandoned road where the student’s body was discovered. As Riverview’s town historian uncovers the unsettling truth about Verna’s brother, Caitlyn and Ethan defy the town’s officials and keep their investigation going—with dangerous consequences.
Fatal Dose is the second book in the Caitlyn Jamison Mystery Series. The stories are set in the Finger Lakes, and the book covers are by local photographers. The first book, An Unexpected Death, has a cover featuring vineyards on Seneca Lake by photographer Richard Welch. The cover of Fatal Dose is of Grove Cemetery, Trumansburg, New York by Ithaca photographer Joseph Scaglione, III.
Both Caitlyn Jamison mysteries have interesting subplots, and current social issues are worked into the plot lines of both books.
Fatal Dose can be ordered through Amazon.com.