Mallory Kelly’s thriller debut, Clown Conspiracy, out now!

“This book is worth the read. DEVOUR IT.”

A rainy Colorado town.

A body—slashed, bleeding in a cornfield.
A Halloween haunted house with thousands of unsuspecting visitors a night.

And a creepy clown who isn’t on the employee register.

Detectives Carter and Shirley are sent to investigate the gruesome homicide, but at Dead End, the props are more than plastic. The detectives go in after the clown, will they both make it back out?

Dead End” is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

A cruel high school and a prison sentence failed to dim Jared’s violent obsession. Amelia was his, whether she knew it or not, and her husband had to go.

With the help of a dangerous clown, will Jared step out of the woods he haunts across from her house and take Amelia for his own—whatever the cost? Will Detectives Carter and Shirley save Amelia’s husband before Jared has his murderous way?

Will Detectives Carter and Shirley save Amelia’s husband before Jared has his murderous way?

Lock the Door” is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Dark shadows linger in the parish church.

Mutilated bodies are spreading across Colorado.

In a gruesome chat room, clowns are talking blood.

Detectives Shirley and Carter are scrambling to pick up the killer’s trail after their prime suspect’s own murder.

With time running out, will the detectives catch the murderous clown before the mysterious hint of a Sunday… or will he catch them first?

The Back Pew” is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

A bride prepares for her carnival-themed wedding.

Her father prepares to confront a demon from his childhood.

Two clowns, uninvited, are sure to go unnoticed.

Detectives Carter and Shirley are reaching the clown’s victims before the puddles of blood can cool but will they be there in time to prevent more blood being spilled?

“All Dressed Up” is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

“She pulled me right in and led me through a spooky, hair-raising murder mystery without tripping me up on overly colorful prose or unnecessary exposition. But don’t let the economy of her wordsmithing fool you for a second. She had me invested in the characters — whip-quick, charming, and obviously complex people all hiding more than they let on…

“This book is worth the read. DEVOUR IT.”

– GoodReads Review

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