Christmas Special

’Tis the season to be jolly. Unless hobgoblins are crawling out of tunnels and threatening kids…

Season’s Bleedings is a Christmas special prequel novella in the electrifying Vale Investigation urban fantasy series. If you like noir-style detectives, mythical creatures, and butt-kicking action, then you’ll love this pulse-pounding Yuletide tale.

Box Set

4 books / 780+ pages of
unforgettable mystery adventure

University student turned PI Alexandra Neve leaves no stone unturned. And when her keen instincts combine with her blind partner’s analytical mind, the crime-solving pair sniffs out clues others can’t see. But with mafia conspiracies to crack, looted WWII treasure to recover, and captive ballerinas to rescue, the duo can barely keep up with their never-ending caseload.

Avenging Spirit

Upcoming release:
Vale Investigation, book 3

He can’t be killed.
But that protection doesn’t extend to his friends…
If you like smart-mouthed detectives, Japanese lore,
and page-turning action, then you’ll love this noir adventure.

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Cristelle Comby


Cristelle Comby was born and raised in the French-speaking area of Switzerland, on the shores of Lake Geneva, where she still resides.

She attributes to her origins her ever-peaceful nature and her undying love for chocolate. She has a passion for art, which also includes an interest in drawing and acting.

She is the author of the Neve & Egan Cases series, and the Vale Investigation series.

Latest Blog Posts

New book coming

Happy 2020 everyone!!! Oh what a splendid year this has been. Two new stories came out (Evil Embers and Season's Bleeding), I had time to re-do all the covers to my Neve & Egan books and edit the stories within as well. This website saw a major layout upgrade...

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Book release, and more

Drumroll... the second book in the Vale Investigation series is out. Like right now! Just one click away!  It's available as a paperback, and as an eBook from all Amazon shops. The...

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