New Release! – Death on Hanover

written by Lee Strauss | Cozy Mystery, Kindle Unlimited, Lee Strauss

December 12, 2019

Just in time for the holidays, I'm excited to announce that the third Higgins & Hawke Mystery is now available! 

A special thanks to all of you who've waited so long for the next Higgins & Hawke installment. I love the friendship between Haley and Samantha as they both navigate difficult jobs and personal challenges. There are many things in life we can't control, but having people we love and trust makes the hard things easier. I enjoyed writing this book and I really hope you like it! 

Includes bonus excerpt from Ginger Gold's next mystery ~ Murder on Fleet Street.

Death by design. . .

Investigative reporter Sam Hawke, alias Mrs. Samantha Rosenbaum, is the first on the scene—what luck!—when a body is found in the yard of St. Stephen’s Church on Hanover Street in Boston.
Dr. Haley Higgins, the assistant Chief Medical Examiner finds the modus operandi of the crime eerily familiar to that of her brother’s, an unsolved murder that has plagued her for years.
Set in the 1930s, this third book in the Higgins & Hawke mystery series will have you biting your nails as Haley and Samantha’s pasts collide. Will Haley finally get to the bottom of the mystery behind brother's death? Will their friendship survive the truth?

Here's a fun film about Boston, Massachusetts in the 1930s. Enjoy!

Ps. If you're looking for gifts for the readers in your family, you'll find great options in my print catalog including the first three Ginger Gold books in LARGE PRINT. Enjoy!

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  1. I’ve read many positive reviews on the Higgins & Hawke Mystery series. And I’ve no doubt that this third instalment is another incredible book that keeps you turning pages until the end!

  2. Can’t wait to read “Death in Hanover”. I love both of the Lady gold series and find myself binge reading when I should be working. But what the heck, I’m retired and set my own hours so if I escape into the 1920’s and 30’s, it’s all good!

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