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GUEST BLOG: Writing Mystery – Where Have You Been All My Life? by S.C. Merritt Plus Giveaway!

In early 2019, I was bored. Now, don’t get me wrong. I had a wonderful life and was immensely blessed. So why did I feel so dissatisfied? I chided myself for feeling...

GUEST BLOG: Do’s and Don’ts of Writing Cozy Mysteries by ML Erdahl Plus Giveaway!

Dos of Writing Cozies Do learn how to write. Skip this step at your own risk or be forced to deal with heartache, because once you are armed with the proper knowledge,...

BOOK BLAST: THE WIDOW CATCHER by Jonette Blake Plus Giveaway!

Publication Date: August 27, 2020 Delia Frost loves her job at the bank. She loves her customers, most of whom are elderly. She doesn’t love the idea of quitting her job to travel...

BOOK BLAST: WAR OF THE SQUIRRELS by Kirsten Weiss Plus Giveaway!

Helicopter parents, suspicious squirrels… and murder. All Susan wants is to get through this visit from her controlling parents without tumbling down a black hole of despair. But galactic forces are colliding at...

4 STAR REVIEW: MURDER WITH STRINGS ATTACHED by Mark Reutlinger

Release Date: February 22, 2021 Sometimes even the most carefully conceived burglary can take an unexpected turn. Florence Palmer has her eye on concert violinist Aaron Levy's priceless violin. Unfortunately, she finds it's...

GUEST BLOG: In Dark Times Mysteries Can Be Comforting by Alissa Grosso Plus Giveaway!

As every television commercial insists on reminding us lately, we're living in uncertain times. There's no doubt this past year has certainly been a doozy. We've all taken different steps to make...

BOOK BLAST: THE ULTIMATE BETRAYAL by Kat Martin Plus Giveaway!

“With plenty of suspense, plot twists and turns and the kind of fast-paced love story that will keep you on your toes, it’s exactly the kind of summer escape you’ve been craving.”—BookTrib To...

GUEST BLOG: Putting the Mystery into History: Writing Historical Sleuths by E.M. Powell

Like so many readers out there, I love a good whodunit. I hugely enjoy trying to figure out page by page which suspects are the ones to watch. Who may be for...
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