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Solving Peculiar Crimes by Radine Trees Nehring

Carrie and Henry encounter peculiar crimes in these stories featuring right, wrong, and redemption. Carrie’s urge to help people who are in trouble often draws her into puzzling and sometimes dangerous human events. Henry provides support and back-up when her curiosity and helpful nature expose both of them to trouble and danger. Carrie McCrite and Henry King are the protagonists in Nehring’s popular “To Die For” Mystery Series.

5 Star Review: Readers familiar with Carrie McCrite and Henry King (protagonists) in Author Radine Trees Nehring’s very popular “To Die For” Mystery Series will be one step ahead of those of us who are just beginning the journey. Radine Trees Nehring’s award-winning writing career began when she fell in love with the Arkansas Ozarks. Her book locations are in Arkansas, where fans embrace her mysteries and are eager to share their beautiful state with the world.

*****Let me share a hint of what each chapter holds and I promise I won’t spoil the mysteries.

*****Chapter One- “The Hanging” brings the reader along in a tour group of the legendary jail and courtroom of Judge Isaac Parker in the Western District of Arkansas. The history is real as the tourist revisit the drama surrounding the gallows, where seventy-nine men where hung.

*****Chapter Two- “Crime Goes On A Honeymoon”: Carrie and Henry are enjoying their honeymoon when a mystery interrupts their breakfast. Detective Wolverton is on the case, when something very dangerous had been baked in the cake and delivered to the wrong couple.

*****Chapter Three- “Something extra from Christmas”: Carrie and Henry’s Christmas shopping trip to the mall turn chaotic as shots rang out and Carrie saw boy sitting on Santa’s throne. “His left arm circled a toddler with blood on his cheek. The teen boy’s right hand was shaking, which made the gun it held wobble wildly.”

*****Chapter Four- “Saved By A Train”: It Mother’s Day and Carrie’s son (from a previous marriage) had given Henry strict instructions to carry out. Even the best of plans can change when a man has a gun and the ability to use it. Miracles can be found in the most unlikely circumstances.

*****Chapter Five- “Whatever Happened To Dana Jean?”: The rumors surrounding the Jackson’s Farm left the land unattended. Known as Blackberry Hollow to the locals, the mystery surrounding Dana Jean’s disappearance is still the talk of the town. Floyd Jackson recently died in prison after being convicted of killing his wife many years ago. Did Floyd kill his daughter Dana Jean too? That is the mystery that weighs on Carrie’s mind.

*****Chapter Six- “Four Year Old’s Solve A Crime”: A summer reading program called ‘Clowning Around” in the Children’s Library gets Carrie’s attention, as two four-year-old boys show exuberance over the prospect of seeing ‘Noddy Clown’, after reading ‘Noddy’ stories in in books. As a former research librarian in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Carrie feels right at home in the library setting. The library experience goes downhill when Carrie discovers the Librarian has been murdered.

*****Chapter Seven- “But They’re Not Really Dead”: Carrie and Henry were enjoying a reenactment of the Civil War when a man tells her a story about Mary Whitney Phelps. She was the only know women at “Pea Ridge”. “Mary Phelps came south from Springfield with a wagon load of supplies for her husband’s company. He was Colonel John Phelps, leading the 25th Missouri for the Union. Later he’d be Missouri Governor Phelps. As far as anyone knows, women who fought here other than Mary Phelps, but women weren’t recognized for their achievements in those days.

*****Chapter Eight- “Tracker”: A grocery shopping trip becomes a mystery when Carrie returns home to find a candy wrapper on the porch. Much to Carrie’s surprise a search and rescue team appears on her porch. Josh Parker and Margo Khatri are accompanied by their K-9 named “Tracker”. The search is on for a Caucasian woman and man in their 40s. Tracker identified the candy wrapper, which proves one or both of the missing individuals had been on Carrie and Henrys porch.

*****Chapter Nine- “What Did The Scarecrow Hear?”: It Halloween and while shopping for her pumpkin head in the gift shop, Carrie’s shopping experience was interrupted when Clive came in and stated “there’s big trouble in Maggie’s pasture”. Everyone’s focus was in the pasture where they discovered a man lying on the ground near the pasture gate. They mystery begins.

*****Chapter Ten- “The Tattle Tale: A quick trip to JC Penney to pick up a few necessities put Carrie in an unusual situation. She witnesses a crime and wrestles with the decision to report it or not. Her conscious says yes, but will the consequence of her decision hurt an innocent child?

*****Chapter Eleven- “A Dangerous Dance: A phone call from Deputy Police Chief Rayford Duncan brings back old memories for retired Police Major Henry J. King. At a surprise accommodation ceremony to recognize Henry’s brave actions and quick thinking, which saved the lives of more of our officers, including Deputy Police Chief Rayford Duncan puts Carrie’s life and freedom in danger.

*****Review by Theodocia Mclean (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Paperback: 284 Pages
Publisher: St Kitts Press; Large type / Large Print Edition (December 1, 2020)
Language: English
Global Library: Short Story Collection
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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A River To Die For (The Something To Die For Mysteries)
by Radine Trees Nehring

Join Carrie McCrite and her new husband Henry King in the fifth Something to Die For Mystery.

Henry plans an anniversary surprise: the two of them will join Carrie’s son Rob and Henry’s half-sister Catherine for a camping trip at the Buffalo National River. When Rob and Catherine disappear, Carrie, her friend Shirley, and Henry help search for them.

A River to Die For features strong women fighting against literal darkness underground as well as the dark forces of evil. It will take strength to read this book about the best and worst that nature and man can throw at a woman.

It will take a caring heart to understand how Henry King and Rob McCrite feel as they struggle to reach the women they love.

Reviews:
***The next best thing to pitching your tent beside Arkansas’s beautiful Buffalo River is reading Radine Trees Nehring’s evocation of a camping trip that gets dangerously out of hand. Margaret Maron (internationally acclaimed author of the Judge Deborah Knott mystery series)
***After exploring the Buffalo National River region for three decades now, it was a thrill to be taken on this mystery/romantic suspense twist around a national treasure I know and love. Chuck Dovish (producer, writer, and host of Exploring Arkansas on Public Television)
***Nehring’s book is as wild a read as a splash down the rapids of the Buffalo National River in a land that is thrilling and often mysterious. Flip Putthoff (Outdoor Editor of The Morning News of Northwest Arkansas).

Product Details:
Print Length: 220 Pages
Publisher: St Kitts Press; First Edition (April 1, 2008)
Language: English
Global Library: Women Sleuths
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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A Wedding To Die For (The Something To Die For Mysteries)
by Radine Trees Nehring

Carrie has problems

First, she needs to figure out what the wedding of a “mature” bride and groom should look like.

Second, she’s invited Henry’s half-sister to the ceremony before learning why he’s never wanted to see the woman. Then the florists they’ve hired are shot at, their flower shop is bombed, and someone is murdered. If that weren’t enough, Carrie and Henry keep catching glimpses of a ghost dressed in a red bridal gown…an omen?

Join Carrie McCrite and Henry King as they chase a killer and try to salvage their dream wedding at the historic Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

Reviews:
***Readers will delight in Carrie McCrite, a spunky heroine who faces danger and finds love. A pleasure awaits mystery lovers. Carolyn Hart (author of the Death on Demand and Henrie O mysteries)
***Nehring’s delightful novel features history and romance with murder thrown in. A winning combination and fun read. Patricia Sprinkle (author of the Thoroughly Southern mysteries)
***Intrigue and true love–what a delicious combination. Crow Johnson Evans (internationally acclaimed musician and board members of The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs).

Product Details:
Print Length: 294 Pages
Publisher: St Kitts Press; First Edition (May 1, 2006)
Language: English
Global Library: Women Sleuths
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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A Valley To Die For (The Something To Die For Mysteries)
by Radine Trees Nehring

Carrie McCrite and her husband, Amos, had dreamed of retiring to a home in the Ozark mountains. After Amos dies in a hunting accident, Carrie decides to go ahead with their dream, but alone. She needs to be someone – to prove she’s a capable woman who can take care of herself.

Carrie meets neighbor JoAnne Harrington, a man-hater who certainly provides an example of female independence. When a stone quarry threatens to turn part of their beloved valley into heaps of gravel, the two women and their neighbors’ band together to fight for their valley. But someone decides JoAnne must die.

Carrie feels compelled to find out who killed her friend. That’s what a strong woman would do. Then Carrie’s new neighbor, retired Kansas City Police Major, Henry King, warns her that she, and not JoAnne, may have been the killer’s real target.

But that’s ridiculous – isn’t it? And Henry is hiding secrets of his own.

How strong can Carrie be?

It’s time to find out.

From Library Journal: In the picturesque Ozark mountains, a local group of residents’ plan to fight the sale of an abandoned farm to a mining quarry known for caring more for money than potential damage to the environment. When widow Carrie McCrite discovers the body of the group’s leader, JoAnne Harrington, the valley is abuzz with theories that JoAnne was accidentally shot by hunters or murdered by the owner of the proposed quarry. For Carrie, whose husband died in a hunting accident and whose faith was the only thing that sustained her, JoAnne’s death resurrects old nightmares. The romantic interest of a retired detective named Henry King raises further questions as Carrie discovers ties between Henry and JoAnne that have been kept secret for almost 30 years. With flair, Nehring, an award-winning Arkansas writer, launches a cozy series that will appeal to mystery readers and fans of Lorie Ham (The Trouble with Tenors) and Ellen Edwards Kennedy (Irregardless of Murder). For both Christian fiction and mystery collections.Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Reviews:
…a delightful mystery with appealing characters fighting for a cause. FT SMITH TIMES RECORD
…a fascinating mystery that gets better and better as the pages roll. Mike Flynn, producer and host of the FOLK SAMPLER, heard weekly on public radio
…a mystery writer whose imagination and talent will win her a large and dedicated readership. THE BOOKWATCH
…a warm and enchanting tale. SOUTHERN SCRIBE.
…kept my heart pounding…a page turner with no easy stopping places. GRAVETTE NEWS HERALD
…A pleasure awaits mystery lovers. Carolyn Hart, author of the DEATH ON DEMAND and HENRIE O mysteries.
…It’s great to read fiction about the Ozarks that rings true… Dr. Fred Pfister, editor of THE OZARKS MOUNTAINEER.

From The Inside Flap: Carrie McCrite and her husband, Amos, had dreamed of retiring to a home in the Ozark mountains. After Amos dies in a hunting accident, Carrie decides to go ahead with their dream, but alone. She needs to be someone – to prove she’s a capable woman who can take care of herself. Carrie meets neighbor JoAnne Harrington, a man-hater who certainly provides an example of female independence. And there are important things to do when a stone quarry threatens to turn part of their beloved valley into heaps of gravel. The two women and their neighbors band together to fight for their valley. But someone decides JoAnne must die. Grieving over JoAnne’s death, Carrie feels compelled to uncover and destroy the mystery and darkness now swirling in the valley. That’s what a strong woman would do. Then Carrie’s new neighbor, retired Kansas City Police Major, Henry King, warns her that she, and not JoAnne, may have been the killer’s real target. But that’s ridiculous – isn’t it?

And Henry is hiding secrets of his own. How strong can Carrie be? How much danger can she survive? It’s time to find out.

Product Details:
Print Length: 284 Pages
Publisher: St Kitts Press; First Edition (August 1, 2002)
Language: English
Global Library: Women Sleuths
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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A Treasure To Die For (The Something To Die For Mysteries)
by Radine Trees Nehring

Take two pillow cases full of empty baking powder tins and thirty pounds of stolen cash. Put a quantity of hundred-dollar bills in each can, seal lids. Hide this mixture somewhere in Hot Springs, Arkansas. After the mixture has seasoned for forty years, sift together all the people who know about the hidden treasure. Cut in one investigative reporter and one unsuspecting Elderhostel coordinator. Bake until too hot to handle, and place before Carrie McCrite and Henry King. See who survives. A Treasure to Die For is the third To Die For Mystery by Macavity-award nominated author Radine Trees Nehring.

Book Reviews:
***Lovers of cozy mysteries with colorful characters will want this third title in Nehring’s ‘Something to Die For’ series… LIBRARY JOURNAL
***Nehring’s delightful novel features history and romance with murder thrown in. A winning combination and fun read. Patricia Sprinkle, author and President of Sisters in Crime
***The treasure here is Radine Trees Nehring and her plucky crime solver, Carrie Culpeper McCrite. J.M. Hayes, author.

Product Details:
Print Length: 304 Pages
Publisher: St Kitts Press; First Edition (March 1, 2005)
Language: English
Global Library: Women Sleuths
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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A Fair To Die For by Radine Trees Nehring

It’s October, craft fair season in the Ozarks, and Carrie and Henry are helping their friend Shirley sell her quilts and Baby Cuddlys at the War Eagle Craft Fair. After a mysterious cousin with ties to drug dealers appears, danger stalks the fair. When Carrie is abducted by killers following a breakfast at War Eagle Mill, she’s afraid she won’t escape, because—though her aim in life has always been to help others out of problems—no one who can help her knows where she is. “There is no me out there to help me.”

Product Details:
Paperback: 244 Pages
Publisher: Dark Oak Mysteries (February 27, 2012)
Language: English
Global Library: Women Sleuths
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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Music To Die For (Something To Die for Mysteries) (Volume 2)
by Radine Trees Nehring

MUSIC TO DIE FOR is set at Ozark Folk Center State Park in remote Stone County, AR. Carrie and several friends have planned a weekend vacation at the Folk Center, where they’re signed up for craft classes. Crafts take a back seat to a kidnapping, arson, and murder after Dulcey Mason, four-year old daughter of famous country musicians Chase Mason and Tracy Teal, disappears, and her abductor is found stabbed, his house burned. Romance blossoms again between Carrie and her best friend, Henry King, as they rush to save a child, solve a murder, and repair tragically broken lives. Can they do it before they, too, become victims of MUSIC TO DIE FOR?

Review:
***Leaves the reader sighing in satisfaction. MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
***Hooks [readers] with a story they can’t put down. THE TULSA WORLD
***A riveting story of kidnapping, murder, and family secrets that won’t stay hidden. Barbara Brett, author of BETWEEN TWO ETERNITIES and, with Hy Brett, PROMISES TO KEEP.
***Endearing characters make you want to come back to visit soon! Julie Wray Herman, author of the Three Dirty Women Gardening Mystery series
***Highly recommended for most Christian fiction and mystery collections. LIBRARY JOURNAL
***Highly recommended. I LOVE A MYSTERY. In this character-driven story, heroes have their values straight and fight for what they believe in. COZIES, CAPERS & CRIMES
***It was such fun to read about our Ozark Folk Center and picture where the murder took place. Mary Gillihan, Harmony musician; Park Interpreter and Elderhostel Coordinator, Ozark Folk Center State Park.
***Maybe murders can be bad news for tourism, but I was hooked…a compelling read. Joe David Rice, Arkansas Tourism Director

Product Details:
Paperback: 288 Pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2nd Edition (October 1, 2003)
Language: English
Global Library: Women Sleuths
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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Journey To Die For by Radine Trees Nehring

In this sixth of award-winning author Radine Trees Nehring’s mysteries, active retirees Henry and Carrie King take a train-ride day trip that turns into a nightmare!

Corruption, greed and murder mix with antiques and quaint shops, to create a not-to-be forgotten holiday!

Product Details:
Paperback: 290 Pages
Publisher: Wolfmont Press (May 1, 2010)
Language: English
Global Library: Women Sleuths
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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A Portrait To Die For by Radine Trees Nehring

Carrie McCrite, a volunteer librarian at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, discovers two versions of a portrait on loan to the museum. When a reporter writing about that portrait disappears, Carrie must choose between honoring Henry’s request that she stop jumping into danger on behalf of people in trouble–or work to find the woman who was a college friend of her son’s.

Review by Betty Webb, Mystery Scene Magazine: “A Portrait to Die For isn’t for the shoot-’em-up, car-crash, shove-someone-off-a-cliff crowd. It is a sedate, carefully paced mystery more concerned with puzzles than thrills. Carrie’s quest leads her into some of the murkier paths of the art world, one filled with the kind of chicanery that could lead to some serious prison time for those involved.”

Review by Sandra Murphy, Kings River Life Magazine-Full Review: “It looks like no matter what Henry and Carrie decide, murder will find them. It’s a lucky thing for readers because they are a captivating couple, older than most characters, fun to be around, and lead interesting lives. They’ll even share a few recipes with readers.”

Product Details:
Paperback: 282 Pages
Publisher: Dark Oak Mysteries (January 14, 2016)
Language: English
Global Library: Women Sleuths
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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Dear Earth: A Love Letter From Spring Hollow
by Radine Trees Nehring

It was to be just a weekend retreat, the cabin Radine Trees Nehring and her husband, John, built with their own hands on the land they bought in the Arkansas Ozarks. All they wanted was a once-a-week refuge from the stress and trials of life in the big city one hundred miles away. But the air, the forest, and the wildlife in the place they named Spring Hollow had a haunting magic they could never quite leave behind when they drove away every Sunday evening. The more they learned about the secrets of nature in their country hideaway, the more reluctant they became to part from it. At last, they realized that their hearts were always in Spring Hollow, and that was where they belonged too. They gave up their secure jobs to devote themselves full-time to tending and preserving the beautiful but fast-receding natural world they had come to cherish.

From The Author: My husband and I lived the experiences noted in this book and several of the chapters were originally published in magazines and newspapers in the United States and other countries.  This continues to be the book of my heart and, though my husband and I have recently relocated from Spring Hollow to a condo in Fayetteville, AR, the new owners and their children continue the legacy and love of the area!

From Booklist: Thoreau thought it was fine to build castles in the air as long as we put foundations under them. Radine Nehring has done exactly that. She presently holds court on a granite thinking bench as self-appointed queen of Spring Hollow. In 1978, she and husband John realized their weekends in the Arkansas Ozarks were more real than their “real” lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. So, the two lifelong dreamers purchased 12 acres in a dogwood-filled hollow and began a decade of double lives. They cleared a space, put up a cabin, installed a wood stove, dug a well, and became gentle landholders. Each weekend, they drove two hours to escape to a private Eden. There, like a veritable Adam and Eve of the Ozarks, they sought to understand why they love the land. There they learned the irony of spending weekdays busy as squirrels and weekends watching squirrels busier than they. In 1988, the Nehrings moved permanently to Spring Hollow where now John builds furniture while Radine builds books. This one is written in a clear, warm voice by a writer and environmentalist who unabashedly loves her husband, her land, and her granite bench. Read it and dream. Patricia Hassler.

Book Review: Many dream of leaving urban areas for the country, but can’t make the transition. Radine and her husband built a cabin in the Arkansas Ozarks which was to serve as a weekend retreat: it quickly became more, luring them to quit secure jobs in favor of a country life. This compelling story traces their transitional experiences, presenting an endearing account. Midwest Book Review.

Product Details:
Print Length: 164 Pages
Publisher: Brett Books, Inc. (available only from St Kitts Press); First Edition (May 1, 1995)
Language: English
Global Library: Romance (Love Letter).
Global Library: The Something To Die For Mysteries by Radine Trees Nehring

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Meet The Author: Multi-published author RADINE TREES NEHRING and husband John moved from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to rural northwest Arkansas in 1988 after spending weekends on their Arkansas land for ten years. Radine began writing a series of articles, essays, and stories about the Arkansas Ozarks shortly after she and John bought their land, and these found interested readers around the globe. Many were collected in her first book, DEAR EARTH: A Love Letter from Spring Hollow, initially published in New York in 1995. When asked which of her books is her favorite, DEAR EARTH is the one Radine names. It is still available in print, has been published in Chinese, and also sells well in e-book form.

Radine says all of her writing expresses her love for the Ozarks and when she began writing her “To Die For” traditional mystery series in 2000, Ozarks tourist destinations were natural settings for her.

“I enjoy writing about what I love and sharing these places with readers everywhere. Both they and I experience my chosen destinations as the story unfolds.”

During her writing career, Radine also wrote and hosted a radio program, “Arkansas Corner Community News,” for ten years. The program, as well as all her other writing, featured unique people, places and events in the area.

She has received many regional and national awards, including a National Silver Falchion for mystery writing and the Governor’s Award for the best writing about Arkansas. Radine was the 2011 inductee into the Arkansas Writers’ Hall of Fame.

Her newest release “Solving Peculiar Crimes” is a short story anthology featuring Carrie, Henry and their friends.

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