Murder in Paint
Budding novelist and full-time dad, Oliver Atkinson is hearing dead people - well, one very demanding dead person named Violet, who won't stop talking inside his head.
Now he's dealing with a beautiful con artist, an inquisitive police detective, and a possible murderer.
Can he do all of this and still be home in time to do the school pick up?
Murder in Mud
Oliver Atkinson thought his first ghostly hitchhiker was also his last. Until Angus McMurry arrives.
The grumpy old spirit isn’t leaving until Oliver proves Angus’s great, great grandson innocent of murdering his girlfriend.
Once more Oliver must navigate an unfamiliar world, this time consisting of university students, addicts, and a murderer.
Launching his next book is the last thing on Oliver’s mind, but one thing’s for sure, he better stay alive long enough to make his daughter’s unicorn birthday cake.
Murder in Doubt
Oliver thought having two children was tricky enough. Now he's got another one in the form of the latest hitchhiker, and she's just as frustrating as his own.
Not only does Oliver have to solve the 40 year old disappearance of Brigid's friend, but he has to do it with the nagging feeling that this spirit of an 8 year old girl is lying to him about some pretty important stuff.
Poker Chips and Poison
It's murder, but who's going to believe a 96 year old?
Alice Atkinson should be comfortably living out her days at the Silvermoon Retirement Village. But she's bored. A lifetime of living in the grey area between right and wrong means that winning money off her friends at poker just isn't doing it for her.
Then her friend is murdered, and she's the only one who thinks it's foul play. And even she has her doubts.
With the help of her occasionally reluctant sidekick, Alice is determined to find out the truth.
If old age doesn't get her, the murderer will.