“Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” By Sarah Jackson
Senior Constable Ivy Driscoll is experiencing an unexpected and unwanted tree change. Following the disastrous end to her affair with a Chief Inspector, she has been relegated to the rural police station of Donnywell. Although she is the granddaughter of Country Women’s Association royalty, Ivy is quintessentially a city girl, knowing nothing of domestic life, baking or rural daily life and goings on.
She barely has time to unpack when she finds herself thrust into her new life. Within a day of her arrival, Chester Winterbourne, the president of the district poultry club and his prize-winning rooster are brutally murdered.
Disillusioned with the world, heart-broken and lacking in confidence, Ivy must solve the murders to prove herself fit for the job, win the hearts and minds of the locals, and hopefully get to know Paul, the dishy vet.
With the city and her old life behind her, will this enforced fresh start be just what Ivy needs.
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Are you looking for a Christmassy crime short story? Why not download “Crime before Christmas” by Sarah Jackson?
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the club, people were stirring, except for the body in the library. When local curmudgeon and notorious food critic, Cyril Greenfield, is found dead in the library of the exclusive Explorers’ Club. Detective Inspector Edith Grayson is put in charge of solving the crime. “Crime before Christmas” is a Christmassy mystery short story from the pen of Sarah Jackson.
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“Crossing the Line” by Sarah Jackson
Reduced to the meaninglessness of drinking her life away in a crumby bar set up in an insulated shipping container in the remains of a post-nuclear Earth, former Police Inspector Joan, relays the story of how the Justice system was overrun by the will of the people. “Crossing the Line” examines a possible future for us all. How close are we to losing control?
A science fiction short story from the “Better Future Series”
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