Emma’s adventures continue as she solves crimes and mysteries in book four of the Notebook Mysteries Series ~ Unexpected Outcomes.
Chicago, 1887 – Events start suddenly for Emma. She and Jeremy are chasing bank robbers who hope to stay hidden in a train wreck. Injuries and death permeate the environment as she struggles to get help from a nearby town. Will the robbers evade capture? Will Emma and Jeremy emergency unscathed?
Home again, there’s time for things to settle down to normal though Emma never wants to settle for normal. She looks to the newspaper for new cases. When one of these starts to take up all of her time, she asked Jeremy to step-in on a second case.
Both become entangled in the two cases with both of them offering the other support as needed. Emma’s case involves a murder and a missing husband. Jeremy’s case involves child labor and possible sabotage. Things aren’t as they seem in either case. Tough decisions are made and they made Emma and Jeremy reevaluate those around them.
I have a Bachelors Degree in Biology and an MBA in Business. I have been working as a certified Process Safety Engineer at a large chemical company. I have also been a contributing author in a technical book in my field. I have also written several technical papers.
I live in South Texas with my son, husband, and three cats. We do live close to the coast, so hurricanes are a normal part of life here. In 2008 we lost our house in Hurricane Ike and found out I had breast cancer in the same two-week period. 2009 was a struggle to rebuild and beat cancer- we did both successfully!
I find that that challenge made everything else seem easier. So, when I decided to try writing, I didn’t let myself think I couldn’t do it; I just did it. I took a year to figure out how to write a book and used many resources to help me. I have friends and family that were willing to read early drafts and read later versions over and over. I have since written three more in the series since that time. I am hoping to continue past book 10.
I love my books, and I hope so will you.