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  • Writer's pictureJaime Wright

Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt: Stop #18

Updated: Mar 13

Welcome to the Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! If you’ve just discovered the hunt, be sure to start at Stop #1, and collect the clues through all the stops, in order, so you can enter to win one of our top 5 grand prizes!

The hunt BEGINS on 3/14 at noon MST with Stop #1 at

  • Hunt through our loop using Chrome or Firefox as your browser (not Explorer).

  •  There is NO RUSH to complete the hunt—you have all weekend (until Sunday, 3/17 at midnight MST)! So take your time, reading the unique posts along the way; our hope is that you discover new authors/new books and learn new things about them.

  •  Submit your entry for the grand prizes by collecting the CLUE on each author’s scavenger hunt post and submitting your answer in the Rafflecopter form at the final stop, back on Lisa’s site. Many authors are offering additional prizes along the way!

A little bit about me ... I write Gothic thrillers with a hearkening to the spirit of Edgar Allan Poe while summoning the human explanations of Scooby Doo. I the author of all the books here

and I love cats (I'm the cat mom to 4 felines) and I live in the woods in Wisconsin with my Captain Hook, Tinkerbell, and Peter Pan.

Finding Crime in Vintage Archives

If you're not familiar with my books, you should know my goal is to one day build a time machine and go back and solve all the historical cold cases I can find! Until then, I'm writing about fictional cold cases with ghostly elements and tying to to present day (sans the time machine). My latest release (coming April 9th) Night Falls on Predicament Avenue was inspired by and ripped from a newspaper article I discovered from the late 19th century.

Imagine an old house, with an old recluse who vanishes and leaves behind a gory crime scene. What happened? Where is the victim? IS there a victim, or did they survive?

Hence the premise for Predicament Avenue.

If you're ever "bored" and want to travel down a rabbit hole, do a search for old cold case in history. It's rich with them, and while I don't glory in any past or present pain of crime, I do believe the stories should be remembered.

We know of the popular crimes like Lizzie Borden, but did you know that during WWII the body of a young woman was found stuffed into the hollow of a tree and to this day, no one knows who she is and why she was murdered? That was the cold case that spawned The House on Foster Hill and really launched me into the world of remarkably old cold cases.

They're not hard to find. There are podcasts about them too! Or head to to check out your own search. The archives are rich with vintage mystery of the true crime nature!

And to honor them, I'm giving away a copy of my book The House on Foster Hill! All you have to do is sign up to receive my Book News Newsletter. And if you want to check out my latest upcoming release: Night Falls on Predicament Avenue you can see more about it here AND read the first chapter for FREE!

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Clue to write down: to cover Link to Stop #19, the Next Stop on the Loop: Karen Ullo

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Phyllis Rollan
Phyllis Rollan
17 Μαρ

This new one sounds as good as the ones I’ve read! Still working on your backlist 😀

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15 Μαρ

I love your books! I tried to sign up for the newsletter but it kept saying CAPTCHA failed. Hopefully it went through??

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15 Μαρ

You are a new author to me. Can't wait to read one of your books

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Kimberly Ferland
Kimberly Ferland
14 Μαρ

Your novels are always so intriguing and I read them very quickly because I can't put them down once I start!

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