Roseland: Volume Three

Roseland: Volume Three

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Series: Roseland, Book 3
Genre: Mystery & Thriller
Tags: Complete, MYSTERY STAND ALONE, Roseland
Publisher: LMBPN Publishing
ASIN: B083ZFTSZH

She stopped the deadliest serial killer in modern history.

But there’s still one villain left.

Ginger Mitchell accomplished the impossible. But the former call girl and now sort-of private investigator got into all of this to bring her mother’s killer to justice, and Darlene is still on the loose. It was bad enough when the woman was manipulating Ginger from afar, but now Darlene is in Portland wreaking up-close-and-personal havoc, under the assumed identity of Isabelle Dunkirk.

The police don’t believe there’s a connection between Darlene and Isabelle. All of Ginger’s less-than-law-abiding allies keep turning on her. Even Rhino, her ride-or-die, can’t seem to stop picking fights with her. And he’s developed an annoying habit of taking on unimportant cases on her behalf. It’s a shitty time for their partnership to fall apart.

But Ginger’s tired of losing to Darlene, so she keeps trying to beat her—even if it means doing so alone. 

Darlene always seems to stay one step ahead of Ginger. Does this mean Ginger’s next move will be her last?

The thrilling conclusion to the Darlene Cycle! This action-packed omnibus contains novellas 13-18 of the Roseland series.

13. Attack the Doc

14. Killing Cousins

15. Gold Riggers

16. Belittle Women

17. Dead Be a Lady Tonight

18. End Her Game

Praise for the Roseland series:

“Outstanding read that doesn't slow down. Ms Ginger and her buddies are hell on wheels with serious detecting and humor along with flying by the seat of your pants. You can do no wrong in picking up these books.”

“This series will kick you in the junk, beat you over the head with a lead pipe, and then steal your heart. And you'll laugh the whole time.”

“Where did this author come from? Great story, great heroine, fun to read. The story and the way it is told I would expect from a Koontz, King, Sanderson. He writes as well a Koontz (most similar to Koontz in the story) and that is no lie.”

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About the Author
Eric Ugland

About Eric Ugland
Eric ran away from Seattle to join the circus. And then he came to his senses, and moved to Manhattan. Now he's a novelist in Los Angeles. Don't worry, it doesn't make sense to him either.

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