Julie Miller
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Dear Readers—

I love all the kudos I'm getting for the cover and blurb for my June 27 release, THE EVIDENCE NEXT DOOR, the next book in my Kansas City Crime Lab miniseries! Thank you to my editor, plus Tony Horvath and the art team at Harlequin! I campaigned to get my publisher to feature my hero, and they supported me all the way. So, get ready to meet retired Marine and true-blue hero, Grayson Malone.

In case you missed a title, or want to mark your calendar for upcoming releases, here is a list of my Kansas City Crime Lab books:
K-9 PATROL-October 2021
SHARP EVIDENCE-December 2023

For all my readers, I'm sharing a free bonus epilogue to DECODING THE TRUTH on my Excerpts page. You can read it at your leisure. Please note that this does not include any of the original story. This is bonus content! Click on the link below to get yours.

I'm hard at work on my next book. It's a romantic suspense with a larger than life hero and a damaged heroine who trains protection and alert dogs for a living--and features mature main characters.

If you need a Julie Miller fix in the meantime, go to the Harlequin website to check out one of my free online novellas.

Happy Reading!
Julie Miller

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"Read any Julie Miller book. You won’t be sorry."
-- The Book Shelf review blog
Still Available!
The second book in my Kansas City Crime Lab miniseries.
Chelsea & Buck's Story
Still Available!
Read the first book in my Kansas City Crime Lab miniseries.
Lexi & Aiden (and Blue!)'s story.
​Writing is a family affair! Check out my hubby, 
Scott E. Miller's YA and children's books 
at his Amazon Author Page.
Look for his newest release, GROWING UP SWIFT FOX,
Available in digital or print. From Ladytech, Inc.
Coming June 2023!
The next thrilling installment from the Kansas City Crime Lab
Grayson Malone's story