Lainey Boggins Mysteries
Welcome to Aurora Heights, where the scenic mountain views hide secrets all around.
Lainey Boggins is desperate to be a real reporter and to find a story that’s more interesting than a church bake-off. But sleepy little Aurora Heights is hardly the place for murder and mayhem. The biggest story of the week is the opening of a new cat café, which Lainey reluctantly agrees to cover. But when the town’s beloved mayor drops dead at the cafe’s opening, the small town is shocked. His death is ruled an accident, but Lainey isn’t convinced.
Suddenly, Lainey is thrust into a web of lies that she can’t untangle. It turns out that the jolly old mayor wasn’t so jolly after all, and he had a lot more secrets than Lainey bargained for. With the help of Dylan, the cute café owner and even cuter detective, Nick DeLuca, they’re unraveling the mayor’s private life and finding out his secrets. But if Lainey isn’t careful, she could be next.
Summertime in Aurora Heights is busier than ever. Between training for her grandmother’s annual charity “fun run” and a new potential boyfriend, Lainey’s got her hands full.
But, the seniors of Aurora Heights are all in a tizzy when a mysterious old man comes back to town. They call him a liar, a cheat, and a con artist. And when a prominent businessman ends up dead, secrets among the seniors are threatening to be revealed.
Could this mysterious stranger be the one behind this death? More importantly, why don’t Lainey’s friends like her new boyfriend?
All simple questions for Aurora Heights’s new investigative journalist.
Everyone know that ghosts don’t exist. Or do they?
With Grandma Gertie in Spain, Lainey’s house is suddenly empty. But she has no time for loneliness with her newly adopted cat, Fur Ball, recovering from surgery and requiring care 24/7.
When TV ghost hunters The Specter Inspectors show up in town to investigate Aurora Heights’ most haunted place, Cedar Hill House, Lainey thinks she’s found the perfect story, and is out to prove their show is fake.
But when the star of the show is dies, Lainey realizes that it wasn’t just the ghosts that were fake on the show. The other cast members and the crew all had a reason for wanting him dead.
And when Sam, Detective Nick DeLuca’s younger brother, is the one accused of murder, Lainey must find the secrets hidden in Cedar Hill House to prove Sam’s innocence. Because ghosts aren’t real. Right?