Author: Melanie Jackson

Category: Mystery and Crime Fiction

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Deal starts: September 20, 2022

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The eleventh book in Melanie Jackson's bestselling Chloe Boston Cozy Mystery Series."Melanie Jackson is a talent to watch."—WritersWrite.comIt's autumn in Hope Falls, the time of year that thoughts turn to family, friends, and large meals. Instead of hosting a large Thanksgiving meal at her place, Chloe opts to have a cozy dinner out with her husband, Alex. But her plans are changed for her and soon grow out of control. Meanwhile, Chloe is on the lookout for a lost boy in this delightful holiday romp. If you are a fan of Nancy Pickard or Susan Conant you are going to love the cozy hometown feel of Moving Violation.REVIEWS"I was delighted to find Chloe Boston and all of Melanie Jackson's series."—Connie Shelton, author of the Charlie Parker and Samantha Sweet Mystery Series“I fell in love with Chloe Boston; she’s an enormous spirit in a tiny package, and endearingly human. Go Chloe!”—Lisa Cach, author of "Wake Unto Me"


"A wickedly sexy tale!"—Christine Feehan, New York Times Bestselling Author (on The Selkie)"... delivers sizzling romance and ghoulish thrills at a breathtaking clip."—Publishers Weekly (on Traveler)"Readers of Laurel K. Hamilton will enjoy this complex tale..."—Booklist (on Still Life)


Melanie Jackson is the award-winning author of more than fifty novels, novellas and poems published in various languages. She lives with her writer husband, her bossy cat and spoiled dog in the Sierra foothills where it is almost impossible to grow pumpkins (or anything else the deer like). Besides gardening, she is involved with animal charities.Three times nominated for RT's Reviewers' Choice Award. Twice nominated for RT's Lifetime Achievement Award.***If you're looking for other books in the Chloe Boston Mystery Series, simply search for "Chloe Boston". ***You might also enjoy the Butterscotch Jones Mystery Series by the same author. Search for "Butterscotch Jones".