Books by Sallie Bissell

SALLIE BISSELL is a native of Nashville, Tennessee. She currently divides her time between her hometown and Asheville, North Carolina, where she is at work on her fifth novel of suspense.

DEADLIEST OF SINS by Sallie Bissell
Released: April 8, 2014

"Even if Bissell fits the pieces together a little too neatly to inspire belief, the sixth case for Mary (Music of Ghosts, 2013, etc.) is a smart and well-paced mystery with a gutsy protagonist and a touch of romance."
A possible hate crime and the report of a kidnapping bring a North Carolina lawyer more than she bargained for. Read full book review >
MUSIC OF GHOSTS by Sallie Bissell
Released: April 8, 2013

"Of the two breathless tales Bissell intertwines, one ends with a crash of cymbals, and the other doesn't end at all. To be continued."
Atlanta attorney Mary Crow, transplanted to Pisgah County, N.C., battles monsters criminal and domestic in her fifth case. Read full book review >
LEGACY OF MASKS by Sallie Bissell
Released: March 29, 2005

"There's a big, vengeful spectral bear and some Indian magic, but not a lot of real tension. Too bad. Mary Crow, when she's not being perky and upbeat, is fairly attractive and could be interesting."
Mary Crow, kickass Atlanta prosecutor, ditches her nice anthropologist boyfriend in Peru to return to her native North Carolina mountains for a reunion with her previous, less urbane boyfriend—and stumbles on small-town depravity. Read full book review >
A DARKER JUSTICE by Sallie Bissell
Released: Jan. 7, 2002

"There'll be more revelations about Mary's parents, too, in a twist that threatens to turn this series into backwoods soap opera."
Half-Cherokee Atlanta ADA Mary Crow (In the Forest of Harm, 2000) returns once more to the woods of North Carolina, where the ghost of her murdered mother competes for attention with present-day miscreants. Read full book review >
IN THE FOREST OF HARM by Sallie Bissell
Released: Jan. 2, 2001

"Nonetheless: a shrewdly judged female actioner, tailor-made for audiences who would've loved Deliverance if it hadn't been for all the guy stuff."
An Atlanta prosecutor, revisiting the area where her Cherokee mother was slain 12 years earlier, steps off the edge of the civilized universe into a world of trouble. Read full book review >