By jen blood
Reporters Daniel “Diggs” Diggins and Erin Solomon travel to Justice, Kentucky to look into the ritual murder of one of Diggs’ oldest friends, but that single death is hardly the only bizarre occurrence in Justice. Soon, power outages, explosions, standoffs, and conspiracy rock the small town, and Fundamentalist preacher Jesup T. Barnel claims he knows the reason for the madness: the end times are upon them, and judgment comes fast and furious as the clock winds down in this occult thriller.
Best Selling Author
Jen Blood is the USA Today-bestselling author of two critically acclaimed, action-packed mystery series: The Erin Solomon Mysteries and the Flint K-9 Search and Rescue Mysteries. Both series feature strong, independent women who dominate in their chosen fields (Erin Solomon as an investigative reporter intent on learning the truth about her own past; Jamie Flint as a single mom, small business owner, and K-9 search and rescue trainer and handler).
Other Books in the Series
Before the After
The game-changing fourth novel in the award-winning series!
The Book of J.
The final novel in the award-winning Erin Solomon series. Jonestown was just the beginning…
In the summer of 2000, a ritual killer is loose in Portland, Maine. Reporters Erin Solomon and Daniel “Diggs” Diggins will do whatever it takes to get the story.
Available March 20, 2021
YA Paranormal Romance
Seventeen-year-old Kaitlyn Martin inherits an old estate on a remote Maine island only to learn she’s also heir to a curse: in her family, any girl bearing the mark of the butterfly is fated to die before her eighteenth birthday. Now, allied with two mysterious boys inextricably linked to her family’s past, Kaitlyn must find a way to break the curse before she becomes another casualty of a war started long before she was born.
My Writing Blog
In this month's Maine Crime Writers post, I give a brief history (and plenty of pics and video) of Magnus the Cat and Marji the Puppy, the newest members of the family here in Phippsburg. Read it...
So... Remember those puppies I was shooting last week? Photos, people, just photos. Relax. Anyway... It turns out, those puppies needed a foster home for a couple of weeks. I applied to be a foster a couple of weeks ago, and had been asking about what they were doing...
Now that Ben and I are settled in our new Phippsburg home (you can read more about that in this post, at Maine Crime Writers), I've started volunteering at the Coastal Humane Society. On this very somber day of remembrance, I thought I would put a much-needed moment...