Category: Detective Mysteries
Emerson Mysteries: Book Six is here!
Available on Amazon and Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09PHBXMTK?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860
Emerson Mysteries: Book Five is here!
Now available on Amazon and Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B094L58XPR?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860
Emerson Mysteries: Book Four
…is now available on Amazon and Kindle. The clues this time, lead our Detective to Redwood City, Woodside and Half Moon Bay, California.
Emerson Mysteries: Book Three
….Continuing cases from SF Missing Persons Detective, Richard “don’t call me Dick” Emerson. Now available on Amazon and Kindle. https://www.amazon.com/Emerson-Mysteries-Continuing-Detective-Emerson/dp/1072784726/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Ellyn+SIegel%2C+Emerson+Mysteries&qid=1560339454&s=gateway&sr=8-2
…Trying something different with my newest Emerson Mystery. Working with a very loose outline. Even I don’t know whodunit..
New Emerson Mystery story in progress…
… a ransom note is received.
Emerson Mysteries continue….
…with info. I’m gathering from this great book! “Forensics for Dummies” by Douglas P. Lyle Wait! Is that the figure of a person in the background?
“She looked like trouble…”
Headed into the final stretch of writing for my series of SF Missing Person Detective stories. Stay tuned… A visit to Palo Alto’s wonderful Stanford Theatre, where they only show classic movies, is always an inspiration! http://stanfordtheatre.org/
SF locations abound in Emerson Mysteries…
Richard “don’t call me Dick” Emerson, SF Missing Persons Detective, is on the case! Locations in Book One include: The Palace Hotel, Pied Piper Bar, Esalen and Tadich Grill. Book Two in progress! ~ Featuring scenes at Red’s Java House and The Pacific Union Club among other locations….