Jennifer Moss’s mystery series follows Chicago Detective Ryan Doherty as he investigates high-profile murder cases, as well as his budding romance with psychic empath, Catharine Lulling. Ryan might also get assistance from his dead partner, Jon.
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(Ryan Doherty Mystery #1)
Town Red Kick off your obsession with this mystery series as Ryan tries to solve the double murder of husband and wife ad execs Scott and Carly Redding. During the investigation, he will meet the illustrious Catharine Lulling, who draws him into her unconventional, metaphysical world. Read More…
(A Between the Books Mystery)
This novella takes place between TOWN RED and WAY to GO.
As Detective Ryan Doherty works to solve the killing of a teenage girl, he also has two more puzzles to solve: who jacked his classic ’66 Mustang and what he could possibly get his new millionaire girlfriend for Christmas…
(Ryan Doherty Mystery #2)
Ryan is skeptical when motivational speaker Jessica Way walks into the squad room reporting death threats against her—especially since the threat letters are in her own handwriting. But when Jessica turns up dead, Ryan is put on the case, while trying to fight his own jealousy regarding a young man who seems to be obsessed with Catharine. Read More…
(Ryan Doherty Mystery #3)
When rapper Terrico James claimed to be “mightier than Jesus,” nobody took him seriously…until Terrico’s dead body ends up nailed to a cross. Ryan and Di Santo catch the case which entwines them in the world of rap and pop music, while Catharine prepares for the trial of Todd Elliot, and reveals a secret that may destroy her and Ryan’s relationship for good. Read More…
(Ryan Doherty Mystery #4)
Someone’s been killing the women of Chicago’s most notorious mob families. Ryan and Di Santo are on the case, walking a tight line between the Chicago PD, the feds, and the Outfit. From the Windy City to Sin City, they travel to Vegas and back, and face shocking secrets of their own pasts.