Secrets lurk in a small New York town and betrayal is just around the corner. The morning after the worst blizzard of 1934, Detective Steven Blackwell takes on a highly charged murder case. The investigation starts badly: one clue, lots of lies and alibis. To make things worse, he's seeing visions of a strange woman in his house.
One night the mysterious woman speaks. Her name is Olivia and she lives in 2014. She believes time has folded over in the house they share. As their relationship deepens, Steven's investigation intensifies. Soon, he can no longer trust anyone in his own time. Can Olivia help him crack the case-and catch a killer?
Doorway to Murder is the first in The Blackwell and Watson Time-Travel Mystery series by Carol Pouliot.
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PRAISE FOR DOORWAY TO MURDER"With its fresh premise covering two eras that crackle off the page, Carol Pouliot introduces compelling characters to lead her series forward. Add a sharply written mystery with clever plot twists, and you have all the elements that make DOORWAY TO MURDER an accomplished debut."
- Marni Graff, award-winning author, The Nora Tierney series and Death Unscripted
"Mystery. Romance. Time-travel adventure. DOORWAY TO MURDER is the total package. Carol Pouliot interweaves the past and present as easily as I turned the pages. I highly recommend this fun read."
- Betsy Bitner, award-winning humor columnist, Times Union (Albany, NY)
- Catriona McPherson, multi-award-winning author of the Edgar-shortlisted The Day She Died
"Steven and Olivia make a great couple of crime busters in this era-jumping romance and hard-boiled police procedural. Join them. You'll be glad you did!"
- Steve Axelrod, author of the Henry Kennis Nantucket mysteries