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Death Comes Knocking

Death Comes Knocking - Kate Flora

Death Comes Knocking


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.


--Maine, Present Day--


Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.


Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.


A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.


Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: "Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything."


Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who-or what-she's running from.


Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.


"...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other." Janet Evanovich


"Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride." Michael Connelly


"I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal." Laura Lippman


THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order

Chosen for Death

Death in a Funhouse Mirror

Death at the Wheel

An Educated Death

Death in Paradise

Liberty or Death

Stalking Death

Death Warmed Over

Schooled in Death

Death Comes Knocking

Death Sends a Message



A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message

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A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.


--Maine, Present Day--


Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.


Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.


A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.


Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: "Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything."


Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who-or what-she's running from.


Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.


"...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other." Janet Evanovich


"Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride." Michael Connelly


"I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal." Laura Lippman


THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order

Chosen for Death

Death in a Funhouse Mirror

Death at the Wheel

An Educated Death

Death in Paradise

Liberty or Death

Stalking Death

Death Warmed Over

Schooled in Death

Death Comes Knocking

Death Sends a Message



A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message


A Secretive Neighbor's Disappearance Raises Questions in Death Comes Knocking, a Thea Kozak Murder Mystery from Kate Flora.

--Maine, Present Day--

Happy to finally be settling into her new home, a heavily pregnant Thea Kozak is rushing to get the baby's room finished when she's surprised by a visit from her new neighbor, Jessica, who is equally pregnant.

Thrilled to meet another new mother in the neighborhood, Thea and Jessica bond over their mutual condition. But after many cups of herbal tea and cookies, Thea is puzzled by Jessica's unwillingness to talk about her past.

A week later, Thea arrives at Jessica's house for a planned shopping trip to discover Jessica is gone, leaving only a trash bag of women's clothing at the end of the driveway.

Returning home, there's a disturbing voice mail from Jessica: Please, Thea. Don't worry about me. If anyone comes looking for me, you don't know me. You've never seen me. Don't tell them anything.

Thea's resolve to avoid getting drawn into any more potentially dangerous adventures crumbles as she sets out to learn who Jessica is and who--or what--she's running from.

Publisher's Note: Kate Flora is known for taking readers on a near breathless experience with a surprise at every turn. Fans of Janet Evanovich, Michael Connelly as well as Faith Martin and Chris Collett will not want to miss this series.

...a terrific, in-your-face, stand-up gal...Stephanie Plum and Thea Kozak have a lot to say to each other. Janet Evanovich

Kate Flora does what all the great writers do: she takes you inside unfamiliar territory and makes you feel right at home; you climb in and are along for the whole ride. Michael Connelly

I'll follow Thea Kozak anywhere. She is simply one of the most refreshing and original heroines in mystery fiction today. And Kate Flora is the rare, graceful writer who pays close attention to how long it takes the body and the heart to heal. Laura Lippman

THE THEA KOZAK MYSTERY SERIES, in order
Chosen for Death
Death in a Funhouse Mirror
Death at the Wheel
An Educated Death
Death in Paradise
Liberty or Death
Stalking Death
Death Warmed Over
Schooled in Death
Death Comes Knocking
Death Sends a Message

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