You can't judge a man by the color of his coat.
A slain loyalist financier, a patriot synagogue, a desperate debtor. And Michael Stoddard, who was determined to see justice done.
If you like Diana Gabaldon, Bernard Cornwell, or Jim Butcher, then you'll love this fast-paced, tension-filled detective novel.
July 1781. The American Revolution rages in North Carolina. Redcoat investigator Captain Michael Stoddard is given the high-profile, demanding job of guarding a signer of the Declaration of Independence on a diplomatic mission to Crown-occupied Wilmington. When a psychopathic fellow officer with his own agenda is assigned to investigate a financier's murder, Michael is furious. The officer's threats to impose fines on the owner of a tavern and link her brother to the financier's murder draw Michael into the case—to his own peril and that of innocent civilians. For neither killer nor victim are what they first seem.
"Loved the entire book, from setting to plot to characterization. I'll be picking up the first in the series and making this author an auto-buy."—Kari Blackmoore, judge for the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense
Buy Killer Debt, book 4 in the Michael Stoddard American Revolution Mystery series and Daphne du Maurier Award finalist, and leap into adventure, intrigue, and peril!