Can You Solve it?

junior sleuthIt’s February already! Can you believe it? The days are getting longer (Yippee!), and here in North Mississippi, we’ve had a wonderfully warm winter after a couple of days in the teens. But, hey! Any day in January that doesn’t have ice and snow is a good day.

So here’s the Mystery Question this week:

A woman living in New Jersey vanished in 1991 and was reported missing after she did not report to work for several days. So what happened to the woman?

  1. She was eventually found living in California. When asked why she didn’t contact her family, she reported they had a falling out and she didn’t want them to know where she was.
  2. Bikers kidnapped her and kept her prisoner for five years before she escaped. After she escaped she didn’t contact her family for fear her brother, who was a member of the motorcycle gang, would tell the bikers where she was.
  3. A maintenance man at her complex broke into her apartment and smothered her with a pillow then dumped her remains in a remote area in New Jersey.
  4. She witnessed a murder and after telling the police all she knew they put her in the WITSEC Program ((The Witness Security Program) under the jurisdiction of the U. S. Marshalls. After the murderer died, she was able to resurface.

So what happened to the woman? Leave a comment and if we get five comments, I’ll give away a copy of JUSTICE DELAYED which releases TODAY!! (print if the winner has a USA address; digital for all others.)


It’s been eighteen years since TV crime reporter Andi Hollister’s sister was murdered. The confessed killer is behind bars, and the execution date is looming. But when a letter surfaces stating that the condemned killer didn’t actually do it, Detective Will Kincade of the Memphis Cold Case Unit will stop at nothing to help Andi get to the bottom of it. After all, this case is personal: the person who confessed to the crime is Will’s cousin. They have less than a week to find the real killer before the wrong person is executed. But much can be accomplished in that week–including uncovering police corruption, running for your life, and falling in love.


About P. T. Bradley

Writer of Inspirational romantic suspense

One thought on “Can You Solve it?

  1. dtopliff says:

    You’ve done it again. They’re all plausible and convincing. I’ll go with #1 because I believe it happens more than we might realize. I mean, who hasn’t considered that?

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