5 Mysteries That Take Place In Northern California

5 Mysteries That Take Place In Northern California

These 5 mysteries that take place in northern California offer up incredible scenery, the thrills of San Francisco, murder, and mystery.

1. Firestorm by Nevada Barr

“A raging forest fire in California’s Lassen Volcanic National Park traps exhausted firefighters, including Ranger Anna Pigeon, in its midst. Afterward, Anna finds two from her group have been killed. One a victim of the flames. The other, stabbed through the heart. Now, as a rampaging winter storm descends, cutting the survivors off from civilization, Anna must uncover the murderer in their midst.”

2. The Sleeping Doll by Jeffrey Deaver

“California Bureau of Investigation interrogator and body language expert Kathryn Dance works to recapture a dangerous escaped killer with the help of three victims from his former cult and the lone survivor from a family he slaughtered.”

3. Mind Fields by Thomas Garlinghouse

“From the Chinese takeover of Tibet in the early 1950s to present-day San Francisco, Big Sur, and Northern California, Mind Fields is a story of adventure, loss, mysticism, and ultimately, the importance of friendship and connection.”

4. Dead Midnight by Marcia Muller

“Sharon McCone takes on a wrongful-death case in which a grieving family is suing a company for the suicide of a young employee, but as her investigation progresses, she discovers that there may have been more to the death than meets the eye.”

5. The 13th Juror by Dismas Hardy

“Jennifer Witt, accused of murdering her husband, their young son, and her first husband, gainsays evidence her spouses abused her, frustrating Dismas Hardy’s attempts to mount a convincing defense.”

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