The latest Rollin RV Mystery featuring Walt and Betty Rollin–America’s favorite full-time RVing sleuths
A rustic campground in the shadows of Arizona’s Superstition Mountains is anything but peaceful for Walt and Betty Rollin, full-time RVers hoping for tranquil hiking and a good deal on a new RV. What they find instead are secrets buried deeper than the Lost Dutchman’s legendary treasure… secrets so valuable someone is willing to kill to keep them. Local law enforcement seems unable to help, leaving Walt and Betty to do all they can–no matter what it takes.
This is the third installment in the Rollin RV Mystery series which RVers and non-RVers alike have called “page-turning,” “engrossing,” and their favorite way to stay up past bedtime.
Margo Armstrong, author of For Women Only: Traveling Solo in Your RV, and 9 other books on the lifestyle, had this to say about Superstition Victim:
“Your new book, Superstition Victim, is a fascinating read. Add first-hand information about living the full-time RV lifestyle, stir in danger and adventure that always follows your main characters, and a tasty mystery is served up to the reader. Ramping up the danger in this plot keeps the reader’s eyes glued to the pages. I could not put it down even at the end because you added an extra feature. Please drop me a notice when the next Rollin RV Mystery is available.”
You can find more from Margo via her monthly blog at MovingOnWithMargo.com.
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Read all of the Rollin RV Mysteries!
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Prefer short stories?
With a brand new Walt & Betty Rollin story as a bonus, my short story collection Road Tales: Short Stories About Full-Time RVing has been revised and is now available in most formats. Find out more under the Books menu option, above.
Learn More About the Full-Time RV Lifestyle
Ever hear someone say they’re a “full-time RVer” and wonder what that’s like? Maybe you dream about ditching your sticks-and-bricks house and taking to the open road yourself in recreational vehicle. Here you’ll find topics not often covered in other places, all from A to Z. Find out how RVers get their mail on the road, where they get their exercise after hours behind the wheel, and why caution around Laundry Lords and Ladies is essential to survival, among other things. Can you survive on the road without satellite TV? A wifi hotspot? Why is boredom a good thing? Find out in “RVing Alphabet” — and more.
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Also by Ellen….
My first novel! Way back in the mid-1990s I was thrilled to not only publish my first novel, but garner the positive reviews this book received, including encouraging words from the New York Times Book Review. For details on this non-RV, small-town book, choose None But the Dead and Dying under the Books menu option or click here.