Explosive Conclusion to Cowgirl Philosopher Mystery Trilogy Offers Killer Suspense, Humor, and White-Knuckle Girl-Power Action
Mystery author and Vanderbilt University philosophy professor Kelly Oliver is releasing the explosive final installment to her award-winning Cowgirl Philosopher Mystery Trilogy, featuring kickass heroines taking on ripped-from-the-headlines issues like date-rape on college campuses, sex trafficking, and fracking. The series (which can be read together or as standalone novels) offers up an epic conclusion with FOX (Kaos Press, Paperback $11.99, E-book $4.99, May 1, 2017), in which Jessica and her friends must combat insidious black market sales of Ivy League women’s eggs.
FOX: When Jessica James wakes up half naked behind a dumpster in downtown Chicago, she thinks the hot intern feeding her Fiery Mule Slammers slipped her a Mickey. But after a pattern of similar incidents around Northwestern Research Hospital, Jessica realizes she wasn't raped, she was robbed. Robbed of something as valuable as life itself. Hunting for the predator drugging and dumping Ivy League co-eds, Jessica discovers secrets about her own identity that force her to rethink her past. The solution to the mystery lies in the cowgirl philosopher's boot-cut genes.
The "dumpster girls" are all top of their class, attractive, college girls, who are drugged and dropped behind dumpsters with tiny mysterious incisions in their vaginal walls. The police are baffled. When a girl turns up dead, armed with her quick wit, cowgirl grit, and philosophy, it's up to Jessica to solve the mystery to save herself and her friends before they become the next victims.
In Kelly Oliver's stunning page-turner, Jessica and her friends must fight not just for their own lives, but also for the very future of human life.
About Kelly Oliver
KELLY OLIVER is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University and well-known feminist philosopher. She is the author of thirteen scholarly books, ten anthologies, and over 100 articles. Her work has been translated into seven languages, and she has published in The New York Times. She has been interviewed on ABC television news, various radio programs, and is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime. Learn more at KellyOliverBooks.com