MaryAnn Kempher is the bestselling author of the Under the Moonlight Murder Mystery series.
There are six books so far in the Under the Moonlight collection. Mocha, Moonlight and Murder is a romantic suspense. Living in Reno should be a risk to your wallet, not your life! In the wrong place at the wrong time, 28 year old Katherine O’Brian witnesses a killer disposing of his victim. He gives chase and she’s lucky enough to get away, but in Reno—luck is an illusion.
Book two, Forever Doomed, is a humor-filled mystery, that takes place aboard a cruise ship where just one week into the cruise, two people are murdered. Head of Security, Jack Harney must find the killer/killers before the ship returns to Tampa’s port. A baked goods thief, a tempting suspect, and a ghost from his past will test his abilities.
Book three, Sweet Mystery, stars Jack Harney and his friend, Curt Noble. They’ve opened a private investigator office and their first cases have Jack tracking down the killer of an ex-girlfriend and Curt trying to find a bird thief.
Book four, Play Dead, is another Jack Harney/Curt Noble murder mystery. When Jack Harney and Curt Noble opened their detective agency, they expected to investigate the occasional cheating husband or minor theft. Instead, they’ve somehow found themselves, once again, investigating not one, but two grisly murders.
Book five, Dead Last, is the latest Jack Harney, Curt Noble murder mystery. Every year Reno hosts a huge bicycle race, hundreds enter. When Max Holland, the man everyone is betting on to win the ten thousand dollar purse, is shot dead in Jack’s office, there’s concern that racers are being targeted. Jack makes it his mission to find the killer. Max was not a popular guy; there are no shortage of suspects. Will Jack find Max’s killer before another racer loses more than a race?
Book six, Deadly Relations–Detective Jack Harney’s plan to attend the wedding of good friends up in Virginia City is put into jeopardy when a man is murdered mere hours after Jack’s arrival. Tourism has been slow lately, so the city’s Mayor plans a publicity stunt: Bring together the descendent of a popular madam murdered one hundred and fifty years ago and the descendent of the man thought to be her killer. The event is called, the Reconciliation. Unfortunately, or not, depending on your point of view, the killer’s descendent is murdered at the opening ceremony. There is no shortage of suspects. The town’s Sheriff is taken ill, so it’s up to Jack to try to find the killer.