Mandy Miller is an attorney and author of the Grace Locke mystery series. She lives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, with her husband and rescue mutt where she also teaches psychology to undergraduates. She has a J.D. and PhD in Psychology. In her spare time she competes in ultramarathons.
You can visit her website www.mandymillerbooks.com and read more of her writing on www.Flash4Words.blogspot.com. Subscribers will receive information regarding new books, giveaways, and contests. Be assured that if you leave your email on either site, it will not be shared with anyone and you may unsubscribe whenever you wish.
Friday Night in The Glades
Mandy Miller has penned another page-turner of a mystery that pulls you in from the first page and doesn’t let go until the last. Friday Night in The Glades scores a touchdown that will leave readers wishing for overtime with Grace, Vinnie, and Miranda.
It’s been a long time since things were this good for disabled veteran Grace Locke—sober, with a successful law practice, a service dog as her constant companion, and a mobster/landlord to keep her in line, Grace regrets only one thing—her strained relationship with her best friend, Hachi. To mend fences, Grace accepts Hachi’s invitation to watch Ozz Gordon, Hachi’s nephew and football star, in the Glades Bowl, Florida’s high school Superbowl. But under the Friday night lights, an act of unspeakable violence derails Grace’s hopes of reconciliation, catapulting her into the dark side of high school football and the jaws of the drug cartels. Who knew the boy with so much to live for had even more to die for? Can Grace survive long enough to expose the underworld that seethes beneath the placid waters of the Everglades? Or will a good deed for a friend be her last?
States of Grace
Disgraced prosecutor and disabled Army veteran Grace Locke is one misstep away from losing her law license for good. Fresh out of jail, living in a no-tell-motel, and eating ramen, Grace has no option but to turn to the dark side, defending the types of criminals she used to relish locking up. To make things worse, she's fighting the opioid addiction that got her in this mess in the first place.
With few options to salvage her career, Grace schemes to defend a trust-fund teen accused of capital murder to pay the bills. But her plan has two flaws. One—Grace believes accused equals guilty. Two—the accused is the daughter of the beauty queen who stole Grace's husband.
Much to her surprise, Grace soon discovers her client may not be guilty after all. With the cops looking the other way and misdirecting her every step, the only explanation that makes sense to Grace is the dead guy was neck deep in the criminal underworld.
When Grace discovers irrefutable evidence of her client's innocence, the race is on to find the real killer and leads her deep inside Florida's illegal pill mill trade. But is it be too late for Grace to save her young client from the death chamber and herself from ruin?