SOUNDS OF MURDER is Pamela's first case. When her colleague Charlotte Clark is found strangled to death in the department's computer lab, Pamela must use her knowledge of sound and her skill as an acoustic expert to identify the killer from an accidentally-recorded audio of the actual murder.
FM FOR MURDER takes Pamela on a merry chase as she hunts down the person who shot a disc jockey on-air. The crime is heard by listeners but is not seen. Again, Pamela must use her special sound skills to identify this wily criminal and solve a mystifying murder.
VOICE MAIL MURDER takes Pamela into the world of college football. A philandering coach is found dead in a hotel room and the only clue to his murder are three voice mail messages on his cell phone left ostensibly by three mistresses. Unfortunately, the police cannot identify any of the women. Can Pamela find them using her ability to recognize voices?
STUMP SPEECH MURDER finds Pamela and her friend Joan entrenched in a political murder mystery when a young candidate for mayor is accused of killing his wife. Pamela and Joan believe in the young man's innocence. Can Pamela exonerate the candidate before the election? Or will his political rival prove too much for her?
MURDER IN THE ROUND
A night out with her husband to watch her best friend perform in a local community theater “in-the-round” production surely shouldn’t be cause for amateur sleuth Pamela Barnes to use any of her acoustic detecting skills. But when one of the actresses collapses on stage and dies, Pamela finds herself in the thick of things. The recorder in her purse making an audio copy of the performance for another friend who couldn’t attend, may now prove important when it’s determined that the victim was poisoned. Do the sounds on the recording hold any clues to the identity of the murderer? It looks like Pamela is on the sound trail again, and she––and her pals in the Psychology Department at Grace University––will not stop until they find the person who committed this murder in the round.