Almost Here! The second Camelia Belmont mystery…

Death At The Crossroads

When hotshot litigator Aaron Anders’ wife, Suzanne, goes looking for a divorce attorney, every lawyer in town turns her down. Except one. What was Camelia Belmont thinking?

Desperate to make partner, Camelia takes Suzanne’s case, despite Aaron’s notorious scorched earth tactics. But when another client kills himself, and her chances of making partner fizzle, Camelia barely manages to hold her anxiety and the vodka bottle at bay. To complicate matters, Suzanne’s health is failing, and all she wants is to die with dignity. But the Paradise Valley socialite is suddenly under suspicion when Aaron’s mistress, sexy senior associate Kaitlyn Fischer, dies on her way to a midnight tryst … in Suzanne’s car.

Was Suzanne’s car used as a murder weapon? Camelia’s boss, criminal defense attorney Byron McCaffrey, doesn’t want to tangle with Anders, but Camelia defies Byron’s demand to leave the criminal investigation alone, even if it means getting fired. When she discovers a link to a product liability case involving Anders and Kaitlyn’s husband, Camelia is convinced the “accident” was intended for Suzanne. But she’ll have to come up with more than a hunch, because the cops need more than circumstantial evidence to keep the case open, especially with Aaron Anders on their back.


All Suzanne wants is a divorce, but her clock is ticking. Finally, Camelia gets a break from an unlikely ally, but is it too late? Can she discover what really happened before someone gets away with murder?

Death At The Crossroads is the second book in the suspenseful Camelia Belmont Murder Mystery series. If you like soft-boiled whodunnits with a smart female sleuth, true-to-life characters, and dark insights into the legal profession, you’ll love PJ Donison’s second literary mystery in the series.

News Flash!

Pamela has been elected Vice-President to the board of Sisters In Crime – Canada West for 2023. She will take office Jan. 1, 2023 and continue to participate in moving the organization forward.

In The Media

Pamela has been interviewed twice by author and artist Joanna Vandervlugt. The ‘Meet the Author’ interview is posted on YouTube and the link is to the right. The second was a joint audio interview with author and attorney Susan Jane Wright. The topic is Lawyers As Protagonists – click this and give it a listen!