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I write under two different names nowadays, but whether you type in C.K. Crigger or Carol Wright Crigger you're bound to find me.
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THE WOMAN WHO BUILT A BRIDGE
*****
#1 Amazon Bestseller
C.K.Crigger
released October, 2018
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LOST GIRL LAKE
C.K.Crigger
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BOOKSIGNING

November 18, 2018
BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE
15310 E. INDIANA AVENUE
SPOKANE VALLEY, WA
11 - 3

Frankie McGill is back from the war in Afghanistan minus part of a foot and with a plate in her head. Compromised physically, she is hired as a paramedic in her old home town of Hawkesford, Idaho. Sounds good, until she discovers the only place to live is a strangely available duplex and it all turns to murder.

Next Up
Five Days, Five Dead: A China Bohannon Novel
Forthcoming from Five Star Cengage Publishing December 19, 2018
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Sepp Amsel, a fabulously successful gambling hall and saloonkeeper entrepreneur, is about to become the bridegroom in the most public wedding ever to take place in wild and woolly Spokane, Washington. He wants to engage China’s detective services when his fiancee’s sister is kidnapped and a substantial ransom demanded. There’s just one problem. The client thinks it’s possible he’s being bamboozled because things don’t quite add up. Only days remain for China to figure out why the sister was snatched and not the bride. But the clock is ticking. Worse, it isn’t long until murder becomes part of the equation. First a bellhop, then a tailor.

Who will be next? China had better find out soon, before she, too, becomes a target for
murder.
Yester's Ride
Forthcoming from FiveStar/Cengage Publishing 3/10/19
Shay Billings is pleasantly surprised at discovering a new bridge over the river, as it cuts several miles from his trip into town. Ambushed and left for dead, he has even more cause to be grateful when the bridge-builder saves his life. Shay’s savior turns out to be a mysterious young woman with extraordinary skills. More importantly, she’s a strong ally when he and a few other men are forced to defend themselves and their ranches against a power hungry rich man. Marvin Hammel seems determined to own everything in their small valley, his intention to gobble up not only their homes augh the land.
nd their livelihoods, but the water that flows thro
January Schutt just wants to be left alone to hide her scars. She’s rebuilt the bridge that crosses the river onto her property, and lives like a hermit in a rundown old barn. All that changes when she takes in a wounded Shay Billings. Now she’s placed in the middle of a war over water rights. But has she picked the winning side?