Former 911 operator Emily Westhill  and her father-in-law, Fallingbrook's retired police chief, run Deputy Donut, a cafe catering to cops and named after Emily's cat, Dep for short.

Emily never expected to end up solving mysteries, but one of her customers is murdered and another is attacked. Could someone in the cafe be hanging onto dangerous secrets?

Emily doesn't fritter her time away. In Deputy Donut during the days, and with her foodie neighbor and a handsome detective in the evenings, she gathers clues until the "hole" picture emerges. Is she jumping out of the deep-fryer and into the fire?




Coffee, donuts, cops, a cat, danger . . .

Coming in February 2018 . . .

The first mystery in the Deputy Donut Mystery Series

Ginger Bolton is very fond of donuts, coffee, and coffee shops that encourage patrons to linger and chat. Ginger lives in a rural area surrounded by cozy villages. When she isn’t reading, writing, or daydreaming while gazing out windows, she walks her dogs, plays an electric piano (she uses earphones so as not to frighten the wildlife,) creates minor disasters in her kitchen, and has been known to take part in local amateur theater productions, which, intended or not, were comedies. As Janet Bolin, Ginger also writes the Threadville Mystery Series--murder and mayhem in a village of needlecraft shops.