Logland Series

Why is the small Illinois town named Logland? It's a tongue-in-cheek reference to Illinois as the Land of Lincoln. Think Lincoln logs. Between The Bully Pulpit Diner, a college frat, and a scheming city clerk, Police Chief Elizabeth Friedman has her hands full. A good dose of humor adds to the quirky characters.

Tip a Hat to Murder

When the owner of the Bully Pulpit Diner and Grill decided to stop letting servers accept tips, he figured the raise he gave them would make up for it. Apparently not. Waiters Marti and Nick found his body on  the diner floor and Chief Elizabeth Friedman has a bevy of suspects. 

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Final Cycle

Marti and Nick have inherited The Bully Pulpit Diner in Logland, Illinois, and their first Christmas season is not off to a good start. When Marti heads to the laundromat to retrieve clean linens, she finds the body of town grouch Louella Belle Simpson cycling through the dryer.

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Final Operation

  City Clerk Donald Dingle is a tightwad with the city budget and criticizes the police department to the point that Police Chief Elizabeth Friedman would love to see him retire. And she did mean retire, not expire. When he dies soon after having stents implanted, Medical Examiner Skelly is accused and people wonder if they're safe at the local hospital. Or did some of Dingle's meanness catch up with him? 

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