“Okay, who needs to die?”

What genre do you write?  I write mysteries that don’t have explicit sex or violence, so technically they’re in the “cozy mystery” category, although that might be a little misleading. I think that because of the success of series like “The Cat Who…” and the Hannah Swensen mysteries, sometimes people expect cozies to have cats … Continue reading “Okay, who needs to die?”

S’more Murders (A Five-Ingredient Mystery) by Maya Corrigan

The owner of the yacht, who collects memorabilia related to the disaster, wants Val to serve the last meal the Titanic passengers ate . . . while his guests play a murder-mystery game. But it is the final feast for one passenger who disappears from the ship. And that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

A New Trouble in Paradise Mystery: The Scent of Waikiki by Terry Ambrose

Honolulu landlord Wilson McKenna can smell a scam from across the room. So when one of his tenants loses everything in a work-at-home scam involving a new perfume, he’s shocked. With his wedding just weeks away, McKenna has to make a tough decision. Does he evict a woman who’s down on her luck? Or take … Continue reading A New Trouble in Paradise Mystery: The Scent of Waikiki by Terry Ambrose

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Summer Snoops

All profits from this pack go to support NO KILL animal charities! Fetch it now! And help us help pets! 'Summer Snoops and Cozy Crimes’ includes never before published books from WSJ Bestselling Author Judith Lucci - Gawd Almighty & the Corn WSJ Bestselling Author Cindy Bell - Murder at Pawprint Creek WSJ Bestselling Author … Continue reading Support no-kill animal charities and get 12 mysteries from best-selling authors. Only 99 cents!

Shelved Under Murder: A Blue Ridge Library Mystery by Victoria Gilbert (plus giveaway)

Autumn leaves aren’t the only things falling in the historic Virginia village of Taylorsford—so are some cherished memories, and a few bodies. October in Taylorsford, Virginia means it’s leaf peeping season, with bright colorful foliage and a delightful fresh crew of tourists attending the annual Heritage Festival which celebrates local history and arts and crafts. … Continue reading Shelved Under Murder: A Blue Ridge Library Mystery by Victoria Gilbert (plus giveaway)

Guest Post and Giveaway: Connie di Marco, author of Tail of the Dragon, a Zodiac Mystery

San Francisco astrologer Julia Bonatti never thought murder would be part of her practice, but when her former boss and current client asks for help she agrees to go undercover at his law firm. Three people have received death threats and the only common denominator between them is a case long settled--the infamous Bank of … Continue reading Guest Post and Giveaway: Connie di Marco, author of Tail of the Dragon, a Zodiac Mystery

As the Christmas Cookie Crumbles (A Food Lovers’ Village Mystery): Interview with Author Leslie Budewitz

Erin is one smart cookie, but can she keep the holiday spirit—and herself—alive till Christmas? In Jewel Bay, all is merry and bright. At Murphy’s Mercantile, AKA the Merc, manager Erin Murphy is ringing in the holiday season with food, drink, and a new friend: Merrily Thornton. A local girl gone wrong, Merrily has turned … Continue reading As the Christmas Cookie Crumbles (A Food Lovers’ Village Mystery): Interview with Author Leslie Budewitz

Character interview and giveaway: Pick and Chews: A Barkery and Biscuits Mystery by Linda O. Johnston

Carrie Kennersly tries to help her veterinarian boyfriend when he’s under suspicion of murder…Is he a keeper, or should she let him go off-leash for good? As a technician for a local vet and the owner of the Barkery & Biscuits dog bakery, Carrie Kennersly is excited to host a rescue animal adoption event. She’s … Continue reading Character interview and giveaway: Pick and Chews: A Barkery and Biscuits Mystery by Linda O. Johnston