A Dark and Twisting Path

    Writer's Apprentice Mystery Book 3

    by Julia Buckley

    Berkley Prime Crime

    July 31, 2018

    ISBN-10: 0425282627

    ISBN-13: 9780425282625

    Available in: Paperback, e-Book

    A Dark and Twisting Path
    by Julia Buckley

    Writer’s apprentice Lena London is happily working on a new collaboration with her idol and bestselling suspense novelist and friend Camilla Graham, but her joy is short-lived when a dark cloud descends upon the quaint town of Blue Lake, Indiana…

    Lena’s best friend, Allison, is in a panic. On a walk in the woods by her home, Allison discovers the body of her mail carrier, an argumentative man who recently had a falling out with Allison’s husband. Lena quickly realizes that Allison has nothing to worry about as the murder weapon points to a different suspect altogether: Lena’s embattled boyfriend, Sam West.

    Sam was cleared of his wife’s murder when she was found alive, and now someone is trying to make him look guilty again. Surveillance video of a break-in at his house shows a shadowy figure trying to incriminate him by stealing the weapon from his desk. Lena and Camilla work on a suspect list, but a threatening note and a violent intrusion at Graham House prove that the devious killer has decided to write them into the plot.



    Julia Buckley's Bio

    Julia Buckley is a Chicago mystery author whose career started in 2006 with the publication of THE DARK BACKWARD. Since then her work has appeared on Kindle in the Madeline Mann series and the novel THE GHOSTS OF LOVELY WOMEN. Her new series from Berkley Prime Crime will begin with THE BIG CHILI, released in October of 2015.

    She is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and the Romance Writers of America, along with the Chicago Writer's Association. In addition, she has worked with the same writer's group since 2000.

    Julia has taught high school English for twenty-seven years; she lives near Chicago with her husband, two sons, and three cats.

    Contact Julia's Agent, Kim Lionetti, at Bookends Literary, or e-mail Julia directly at julishka@sbcglobal.net.