Friday, January 28, 2011

Sin Creek

I am so excited to introduce you to Sin Creek, my latest Logan Hunter Mystery. Linda Houle, co-owner of L&L Dreamspell, did a fantastic job of bringing the book's content to life on the cover. Hats off to you, Linda, and also to Lisa Smith, who edited the book.

Digital formats are now available at and on The print version can now be purchased through my site, if you have PayPal, or at and other sites. It's exciting to know that fans are already ordering the ebook and others are waiting with baited breath for a hard copy. I got Sin Creek just in time for my birthday. What a great gift!

Here's a teaser:
The Cape Fear River snakes through eastern North Carolina past the stunning port city of Wilmington, and sidling up next to it is Gator Creek. Some call it “Sin Creek”, a sliver of water where wickedness and decadence take precedence over decency.

When SBI Agent Logan Hunter discovers a dead UNC-Wilmington co-ed used porn to pay tuition, she tracks down and questions other co-eds, learning that far too many of them have been coerced into the raunchy business and have the scars to prove it. Hunter battles dens of iniquity, zeroing in on a brazen but somehow illusive ferry to find a deranged killer and bring down the porn operations while trying to keep her marriage to Agent Chase Railey from falling apart. Even though she succeeds in finding the killer, the investigation changes her life in ways she could never have imagined.

“This action-packed mystery will keep you turning pages until its shocking end.”
                                                L.J. Sellers, The Sex Club and Secrets to Die For

“…Susan Whitfield offers a strong commentary on some of the dangers of college life. Her protagonist, Logan Hunter, gives a strong telling of the story from the initial meeting with a dead girl’s parent to ending up on The Fearsome Ferry, a happening spot that would bring shivers to any parent with a kid in college. Lickety-split pace and effective description give the reader the feeling they are conducting the investigation right along side Logan. If you’re a fan of mysteries, this one is guaranteed not to disappoint. If mystery’s not your genre, make an exception with Sin Creek. Like the Cyclone at Coney Island, Sin Creek is gripping and intense, yet an enjoyable ride.”
                                               Mark Rosendorf, The Rasner Effect

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