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Michael Keane is ready to relax as deputy sheriff in his sleepy hometown. Nothing ever happens in Hidden Springs, Kentucky—and that’s just fine with Michael. Nothing, that is, until a dead body is discovered on the courthouse steps.

“…a tightly woven mystery full of twists captured me. I found myself reading at every opportunity.” ~Suspense Sisters

“This intriguing new mystery had me reading late into the night.” – Lorena McCourtney, author of the Ivy Malone Mysteries and the Cate Kincaid Files.

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From the blogs


The Game of Life

February 7, 2016The game of life is a lot like football. You have to tackle your problems, block your fears, and score your points when you get the opportunity. ~Lewis Grizzard Do you like sports? Did you watch the Super Bowl? On my Facebook page tonight, I asked if my friends there would be watching the Super Bowl or reading or both. ...

Snowy road

Snow Means No School

February 2, 2016February 2, 1966 Jocie Brooke here reporting from very snowy Hollyhill, Kentucky. Do you like snow? I do. So much that I decided to write a poem about it. A Haiku. Do you know what that is? I sort of do. We’ve been talking about them in English at school. It’s a short three line poem. Not sure exactly how ...

Books by Ann Gabhart

Murder at the Courthouse - Ann H. Gabhart
Love Comes Home - Ann Gabhart
Small Town Girl - Ann H. Gabhart
Christmas in Harmony Hill - Ann H. Gabhart