The Crying Camper: The Hot Dog Detective (A Denver Detective Cozy Mystery)

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by Mathiya Adams

The Crying Camper: The Hot Dog Detective (A Denver Detective Cozy Mystery)

MacFarland knows what it’s like to live on the streets. Although he now has a place to live, he still keeps an eye out for the homeless community. He’s overjoyed when he learns that one of the “invisible people” he’s helped, Teena, a runaway teenager, has gotten a job in a mountain camp for homeless youth. But when one of her friends goes missing, she turns to MacFarland for help.

MacFarland soon discovers that the girl’s friend has been killed and that several other children are missing. Clearly something bad is going on at that camp. While he has his suspicions about the people behind the “adoptions,” it is when he discovers that man who killed his wife, Norris Peterson, might be behind the missing children, that the case becomes personal.

Can MacFarland find out what is happening to the homeless children before another child goes missing…or turns up dead?

MacFarland’s quest for justice—and revenge—takes him on a journey to the far corners of Colorado as he attempts to rescue Teena and the other homeless children.

This is a cozy mystery with an amateur sleuth. This is a 70,000 word novel.

About Mathiya Adams:

Hello from Denver, Colorado! I am the author of The Hot Dog Detective series. As a consultant and corporate trainer, I've traveled and lived in California, Texas, New Jersey, India, the Philippines, Mexico, and Scotland, and too many other places to name. After having circled the globe numerous times, I've settled down in the Denver. Just as Denver is the gateway to the Rockies, I intend that The Hot Dog Detective stories will take place all over the Front Range and throughout Colorado.

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Google Category: Media > Books > Fiction > Mystery Novels

Pages: 364


Sales Rank: 364537

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