Order of Scene Of The Crime Books
Scene of the Crime is a series of romantic suspense novels by American novelist Carla Cassidy. Each book in the series involves romances between criminal investigators.
Carla Cassidy began her Scene of the Crime series in 2009 with the novel Bridgewater, Texas. The series is currently ongoing. It is published as part of the Harlequin Intrigue imprint. Below is a list of Carla Cassidy’s Scene of the Crime books in order of when they were first released (which is the same as their chronological order):
Publication Order of Scene Of The Crime Books
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Scene of the Crime Synopses: Bridgewater, Texas by Carla Cassidy is the first book in the Scene of the Crime series. When Sheriff Matt Buchanan finds FBI profiler Jenna Taylor putting her nose into his crime scene, he isn’t happy. The last thing he needs is the FBI meddling. But Jenna is determined to find her best friend’s murderer, and she won’t be bullied out of town. Then the killer strikes again. His calling card is a red rose. Realizing they’re dealing with a serial killer, Matt accepts Jenna’s help. But when Jenna becomes the madman’s target, the danger – and their unrelenting attraction – is imminent. Will Jenna find safety in Matt’s arms – or will the next rose she receives be her last?
Bachelor Moon by Carla Cassidy is the second book in the Scene of the Crime series. FBI profiler Sam Connelly had come to Daniella Butler’s remote Louisiana bed-and-breakfast to escape the consuming horrors of his job – and the demons he feels have found their way into his soul. But finding a dead body on her property changes everything. There’s no room in his life – in his heart – for a family. Or so he thinks, until a killer’s threat places his irresistible innkeeper and her young daughter under his protection. Now, as the obsessed psychopath inches closer to possessing Daniella, Sam must call upon his elite skills to track his target and keep the beautiful blonde and her child safe. Defending them becomes his greatest challenge. Losing them is not even an option.