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A new academic murder mystery! Broken Heart Attack by James J. Cudney.

"Suspects- and motives- abound, but can Kellen solve the mystery before his past catches up to him or the sheriff strangles him?" ~ Amazon Reviewer

New from Cathy Ace: The Wrong Boy

The Bard, 1774, by Welsh artist Thomas Jones. Oil on Canvas, now belonging to the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff

Perched on a Welsh clifftop, the ancient, picturesque hamlet of Rhosddraig has its peaceful façade ripped apart when human remains are discovered under a pile of stones.

Botched 4 Murder. A new Sophie Kimball mystery by J.C. Eaton

Sophie “Phee” Kimball is getting dragged into the drama again at her mom’s Arizona retirement community. A new board member wants to get rid of two golf courses and replace them with eco-friendly parks, and some of the residents are pretty teed off about it. On top of that, her mother’s book club friend Myrna is being pushed out of the bocce league. These seniors are serious about winning, and Myrna’s dragging them down.

Discover two new cozy series in 2019

Looking to discover a new cozy mystery series? Filigrees, Fortunes, & Foul Play and Mind your Manors are both first in series, and both 99 cents for the month of January. Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited.

How Harry Houdini Might Have Pulled Off His Most Daring Trick

In 1915, Harry Houdini performed a trick that saw him buried beneath six feet of earth. It didn't exactly go off without a hitch, however: He clawed his way out—but it nearly killed him.

Gown with the Wind: A Wedding Planner Mystery by Stephanie Blackmoore

Mallory’s fine—really—handling the wedding arrangements for her ex, Keith. But among other complications, Becca, the bride, gets into a fight with an old childhood rival over a replica Scarlett O’Hara wedding gown. She wins the dress—but soon becomes a murder suspect when the other woman is found dead in Becca’s swimming pool. And it’s up to Mallory to solve the mystery behind this unhappy occasion, before a different kind of civil war breaks out . . .

Teaching, Research, Murder.

My Academic Mysteries page is up to 19 authors. I've made some additions, both classic and modern, but it's possible I still don't have them all. Any great campus crime authors who should be on this list?