Survival Can Be Deadly: A Cameron Chandler Mystery

 by Charlotte Stuart

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Survival Can Be Deadly: A Cameron Chandler Mystery
by Charlotte Stuart

About Survival Can Be Deadly 

Survival Can Be Deadly: A Cameron Chandler Mystery
Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Publisher: Walrus Publishing (September 10, 2019)
An imprint of Amphorae Publishing Group
Paperback: 308 pages
ISBN-10: 1940442265
ISBN-13: 978-1940442266
Digital ASIN: B07Q8TKP7T

When single mom and recent widow Cameron Chandler takes a much-needed job at Penny-wise Investigations, a detective agency conveniently located in a suburban shopping mall, she grabs the chance to reinvent herself. Her first case is to locate a runaway girl, something her predecessor had been pursuing before he disappeared. Following in his footsteps, the trail leads to a survivalist camp on a remote island in northern Puget Sound. Armed with only a Swiss Army Knife and her quirky on-the-job training as a suburban sleuth, Cameron uncovers more than she bargained for. She soon finds herself in a fight for her own survival in this lighthearted mystery set in Seattle and the San Juan Islands to the north.

About Charlotte Stuart

In a world filled with uncertainty and too little chocolate, Charlotte Stuart, PhD, has taught college courses in communication, gone commercial fishing in Alaska, and was the VP of HR and Training for a large credit union. Her current passion is for writing lighthearted mysteries with a pinch of adventure and a dollop of humor. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys watching herons, eagles, seals and other sea life from her Vashon Island home office.

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Cameron finds herself trapped:

I started to shake my head to clear it, then realized that as a bad idea. The dull ache between my eyes threatened to consume my entire head in a raging headache if I didn’t remain still. Although I didn’t know what time it was, my stomach was telling me it was dinner time. Past dinner time actually. Even soy burgers sounded good. Soy burgers, canned fruit, and Jell-O. If someone put a tray of the stuff in front of me, I would gladly wolf it down and lick the plate.

It’s amazing how rotten you can feel and still be hungry. I was not only hungry, but I was cold. If I had known I was going to spend the evening on the floor of an old well house, I would have dressed for the occasion. And if Dean was truly concerned about my comfort, why hadn’t he left me a blanket? A blanket and a Kobe burger with polenta fries. If I was going to fantasize about food, I might as well make it worthwhile.

Other than food and comfort issues, the question foremost in my mind was, where was Yuri? Would he notice I was missing? If so, what would he do? Could he find me where I was now? Was there any chance he would come crashing through the back of the shed like some crazed Superman with a cask of brandy hanging around his neck? Damn. I was confident the postman didn’t even ring once at a well house on an isolated island. I had to face facts: there was no help coming. I was on my own.


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