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The Birdwatcher's Mysteries: Book One "Everything you expect from a good mystery - a smart detective and a plot that takes some surprising twists ... a terrific debut!" Margaret Coel. Her marriage in shambles and her fast-paced life stuck in low gear, Rachel Stanhope seeks refuge at her Aunt Miriam’s Colorado ranch. As a favor to her widowed aunt, Rachel agrees to go on a birdwatching expedition and makes a gruesome discovery—the dead body of a reporter. Donald Bursau had recently questioned Miriam about her late-husband’s involvement in a decades old bird-trafficking scheme, and warned her of danger. Now Miriam is the chief suspect in his murder. Then, while Rachel is busy sorting out possible motives, three rare birds go missing and her aunt disappears without a trace. Unable to convince the police her aunt hasn’t fled town, Rachel turns to the birdwatchers for help. The more they investigate, the closer the answers lie to home and the more difficult Rachel finds it is to trust anyone. Yet she must place her trust in a band of strangers. Together they must track down a murderer before anyone else dies. Chris Goff is a former journalist and the award-winning author of eight novels—six in the bestselling Birdwatcher Mystery series. Her books have been nominated for two Willa Literary Awards, two Colorado Book Awards, a Colorado Author's League Award, won gold and silver medals from the Military Writers Society of America, and been published in the UK, Italy and Japan. A long standing member of several writers’ organizations, she currently serves on the national board of Sisters in Crime. Goff lives in Colorado, where you’ll often find her outdoors with binoculars in hand. Praise for Chris Goff: "Very entertaining. Birders and nature lovers alike will enjoy this new twist on the cozy mystery." The Mystery Reader "You don't have to be a bird lover to fall in love with Christine Goff's charming Birdwatcher's Mysteries." Tony Hillerman, author of the Navajo mystery series. "The birds of the Rocky Mountains will warm the binoculars of birders who have waited a lifetime to see real stories about birds in a popular novel."Birding Business Magazine "Christine Goff's Birdwatcher's mysteries are engaging." Mystery Scene "A wonderfully clever, charming, and addictive series." David Morrell, author of Murder as a Fine Art. A Rant of Ravens: “A Rant of Ravens is a deft and marvelous debut mystery set in the complex and colorful world of birdwatching.” Earlene Fowler, author of Seven Sisters. “A Rant of Ravens stars a gutsy heroine in fast-paced action with a chill-a-minute finale...enchant nature....A fine-feathered debut.” Carolyn Hart, award-winning author of the Death on Demand and Henrie O mysteries. “…fresh new series featuring birds, suspense, the Rocky Mountains, a spunky heroine and plenty of complications….what more could anyone ask? Christine T. Jorgensen, author of Dead on Her Feet. Death of a Songbird: "A most absorbing mystery.” Virginia H. Kingsolver, Birding Magazine

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