Paul AUSTIN ARDOIN
Blood is thicker than oil.
Until murder is involved.
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Now Available! Fenway Stevenson Mysteries Book 7
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On the run. Accused of murder—with no way out.Coroner Fenway Stevenson is accused of a homicide she didn't commit—but all the evidence points to her. Staying one step ahead of the police, she unearths one secret after another. But the victim’s trail leads her to a thirty-year-old homicide—and Fenway's mother was the prime suspect. With the body count rising and the killer still on the loose, can Fenway find the truth and prove her innocence before she becomes the next victim?
Now available at all major retailers! Or buy it on my store or on Smashwords!
12 Shots is Free!
The 12 Shots Mystery Anothology includes short stories from mystery writers including David Beckler, David DeLee, Joseph Bendoski, Zoe Sharp, and even myself with the Fenway Stevenson short story "The Coroner and the Body in the Bath."And in February, you can get the entire collection for free!
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Praise for The Accused Coroner
"Be warned: to read one Fenway mystery is to want to read them all. If you love page-turning, unputdownable mysteries, then Ardoin is the real deal."
—Mark Stay, host of The Bestseller Experiment podcast
“From the first chapter to the last, The Accused Coroner deftly twines Fenway’s current life with her mother’s mysterious past, and keeps you guessing the entire time. This series has been getting better with every book—be prepared to stay up all night!”
—Tess Baytree, author of The Penelope Standing Mysteries
“Fenway is fantastic, and The Accused Coroner is her best adventure yet. Ardoin has done it again with another edge-of-your-seat page-turner.”
—Jack Benton, author of The Slim Hardy Mysteries
About Paul Austin Ardoin
Paul Austin Ardoin is a California native who is the author of the Fenway Stevenson mystery series. He has published short fiction and humorous essays in the anthologies Bottomfish and Sweet Fancy Moses, and articles about computer security in California Computer News and European Communications. When he’s not writing novels or trying to save the world through better computer security, Paul plays keyboards in a dance rock band. He lives in the Sacramento area with his wife, two teenagers, and a menagerie of animals.