Meet Kris Bock
Romance, Mystery, and Suspense
Kris Bock writes mystery, suspense, and romance. In the Accidental Detective series, a witty journalist solves mysteries in Arizona and tackles the challenges of turning fifty.
Kris's Furrever Friends cat cafe sweet romance series features the employees and customers at a cat café. Watch as they fall in love with each other and shelter cats.
In the Accidental Billionaire Cowboys series, a Texas ranching family wins a fortune in the lottery. Who wouldn't want to be a billionaire? Turns out winning the lottery causes as many problems as it solves.
Kris's romantic suspense novels celebrate outdoor adventures in Southwestern landscapes. If you love Mary Stewart or Barbara Michaels, try Kris Bock's stories of treasure hunting, archaeology and intrigue, and art theft in New Mexico. Readers have called these novels “Like Nancy Drew for grown-ups” and “Smart romance with an Indiana Jones feel.” . See all her romantic suspense books.
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Kris also writes a series with her brother, scriptwriter Douglas J Eboch, who wrote the original screenplay for the movie Sweet Home Alabama. The Felony Melanie series follows the crazy antics of Melanie, Jake, and their friends a decade before the events of the movie. Sign up for the romantic comedy newsletter to get a short story preview, or find the books at Amazon US or All E-book retailers.
Kris has over 100 books for children published under the names Chris Eboch and M. M. Eboch. Her novels for ages nine and up include The Eyes of Pharaoh, a mystery in ancient Egypt; The Well of Sacrifice, a Mayan adventure used in many schools; and The Genie's Gift, a middle eastern fantasy. Jesse Owens: Young Record Breaker and Milton Hershey: Young Chocolatier are inspiring biographies focused on them as children and young men. Learn more at the Chris Eboch website.