Josiah goes to a fundraiser for abandoned Thoroughbred horses and meets Rudy Lee; whereupon, he tells her a fortune teller at the event prophesied he is going to murder someone and then be murdered himself. While Josiah tells Rudy the fortune is utter nonsense, she can’t help shake the notion the fortune teller might be right. She asks, "Who are you suppose to murder?" Imagine Josiah's surprise when Rudy Lee replies, "You!"
Join Josiah in her search for the truth in the “dark and bloody” ground of "Caintuck" where secrets are held tight to one’s heart and deep within the dark, foamy soil of its ancient hunting grounds.
The Josiah Reynolds Mystery Series
Death By A HoneyBee
Death By Drowning
Death By Bridle
Death By Bourbon
Death By Lotto
Death by Chocolate
Death by Haunting
Death By Derby
Death By Design
Death By Malice
Death By Drama
Death By Stalking
Death By Deceit
Death By Magic
Death By Shock
Death By Chance
Death By Poison
Death By Greed
Death By Theft
2010 Gold Medal Award from Readers’ Favorite for Death By A HoneyBee
2011 Gold Medal Award from Readers' Favorite for Death By Drowning
2011 USA BOOK NEWS-Best Books List of 2011 as a Finalist for Death By Drowning
2011 USA BOOK NEWS-Best Books List of 2011 as a Finalist for Death By A HoneyBee
2017 Finalist from Readers’ Favorite for Death By Design
2019 Honorable Mention from Readers’ Favorite for Death By Stalking
2019 Top 10 Mystery Novels from Kings River Life Magazine for Murder Under A Blue Moon
2020 Imadjinn Award for Best Mystery - Death By Stalking
2022 Finalist in Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Finalist for Best Historical Category - Murder Under A Full Moon
2022 Finalist the Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award for Best Historical Category - Murder Under A New Moon
2022 Death By Chance: A Josiah Reynolds Mystery Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Finalist for Best Cozy Mystery
Best in the series
Just love this series. Great characters and plotting, and well written. Lost of real history that adds to the stories.
Highly recommend. Only downside is waiting for the next one.
Very short book, it’s a fun read like all the others, and if you’re a fan definitely worth reading.
Ms Keam has yet another winner
Started reading and couldn’t put it down until the end. Always getting to the end wanting more. I love this series of books. Thank you Miss Abigail for another great story. Would love to see Asa come back home.