The Stormwatch Series

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STORMWATCH series blurb:

The storm sweeps in like a thief in the night…Winter storm Holly is the worst in eighty years bringing high winds, subzero temperatures and snowfall better measured in feet than in inches. The weather paralyzes everything in its path, but in this storm, weather isn’t the only threat.

A new installment of STORMWATCH releases each Thursday starting December 5 through January 9. Each thrilling full length novel is a standalone story with no cliffhangers. Don’t miss a single one from half a dozen of the genre’s bestselling storytellers!

December 5 – Frozen Ground by Debra Webb
December 12 – Deep Freeze by Vicki Hinze
December 19 – Wind Chill by Rita Herron
December 26 – Black Ice by Regan Black
January 2 – Snow Brides by Peggy Webb
January 9 – Snow Blind by Cindy Gerard

Stormwatch series page at Amazon:

Maggie Carter’s life feels as unpredictable as the epic snow storm sweeping the northwest and bearing down on Minnesota. Her marriage to Joe is on the rocks and her daughter Kate is driving home from college for the holidays, perhaps the last they will ever spend together. As Maggie prepares for Christmas the unthinkable happens. On the drive home her daughter vanishes. Even worse, she’s the third college girl to disappear near the frozen Superior Hiking Trail within the last two years. Is Kate trapped by brutal nature or is she in the hands of a monster? Maggie, a Search and Rescue handler, and Joe are galvanized into action. Can they find their daughter—and their way back to each other—before it’s too late?

Read an Excerpt

“Maggie, we’ve found her car.”

“Thank God! Just a minute. I want to get Joe.” Maggie raced to the door and yelled for her husband, who came on the run. She punched speakerphone. “Go ahead, Roger.”

“Kate’s car is in the ditch on a small side road called Glen’s Crossing about sixty-five miles south of Grand Marsais.”

The ghost of a memory nagged at Maggie, and she felt the chill of an awful premonition. What was it? She was so tired she couldn’t think straight.

“How is she, Roger? Is she okay?”

“She’s not here. We found her suitcase in the backseat and a winter parka in the front.”

“Kate would never leave the car without a coat,” Joe said. “She’s a seasoned hiker.”

“What about her backpack?” Maggie tried to rein in her fear. More and more it appeared her daughter had been taken.

“We haven‘t found anything else yet. I’ve got deputies fanned into the woods searching but the snow last night covered any tracks we might have discovered….”

Dread washed over Maggie, and a premonition so horrible she could almost see her daughter, rendered powerless by evil…

“Something about this whole scenario doesn’t feel right, Roger. Give Joe the exact location of the car. I’ll be there as soon as I can.”

As Maggie raced out of the kitchen she heard Roger firing off directions followed by the caution, “Storm’s coming. We don’t have much time.”

Didn’t he think she knew that? The latest weather report from Stan the weatherman said the massive storm would hit northern Minnesota in ten hours.

Maggie raced into her daughter’s bedroom and grabbed the raggedy old Pooh Bear off the bed. Kate had slept with it every night since she was born. The wonder is that she hadn’t carried it to college with her. It would hold more of her scent than anything else in the room…

Kate’s bear almost brought Maggie to tears. She hugged the stuffed animal, trying to comfort herself by touching something belonging to her daughter…

As she hurried about packing everything she’d need for a SAR search in the dead of winter, possibly in the middle of a blizzard, the memory she’d sought earlier hit her with a force that buckled her knees.

The snow. The location, not twenty miles from Glen’s Crossing. The missing girls. Two of them, one year apart. Both college age, both blond. Like Kate.

Maggie had found both of them dead.

About the Author:
Peggy Webb, USA Today bestselling author, has penned almost 100 books in multiple genres including mystery, suspense, romantic comedy, women’s fiction and literary fiction. Her Southern Cousins cozy mystery series earned praise from readers and peers alike who call Peggy a “comedic genius.” This native Mississippian lives in a writer’s cottage tucked among gardens she designed and planted where she has quietly become the most prolific writer her state has ever produced. Peggy also writes under the pen names, Elaine Hussey and Anna Michaels. Her acclaimed novel, The Sweetest Hallelujah, garnered praise from reviewers who dubbed her one of the “Southern literary greats” and compared her to Harper Lee. Many of her beloved classic romantic comedies have been Top Ten bestsellers, and her fan-favorite novel, Driving Me Crazy, was nominated for a Pulitzer. Peggy has won numerous writing awards including the Romantic Times’ Reviewer’s Critics Choice Award, the prestigious RT Pioneer Award, Maggies, Golden Medallions and Wordweaving Awards for Excellence. Peggy also writes screenplays and has written more than 200 magazine humor columns. She holds a B.A. from Mississippi University for Women, an M.A. from the University of Mississippi and is a former adjunct instructor of writing at Mississippi State University (2004-2005). A gifted musician and actress, Peggy loves taking the stage at Tupelo Community Theater, singing in a 60-voice church choir and playing her vintage baby grand. She particularly loves blues and frequently threads musical motifs throughout her novels. She has stacks of blues lyrics she composed for her own amusement, including Why Ain’t You Dead Yet. Peggy loves hearing from readers.

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