My Review Sarah is her mother Maybelle’s chaperone on a reality show in Five Belles Too Many. Tiny Wheaton Alabama is host to the Southern Belle Perfect Wedding Competition, a reality show offering a free wedding to the winning couple. Five couples are competing including older generation Maybelle and her
Author Guest Post The Ultimate in Kitchen Envy One of the great joys of writing cozy culinary mysteries is, of course, writing about food. But even better is engaging in kitchen envy without any shame. In the Cape Cod Foodie mysteries, our heroine, Samantha Barnes, is a disgraced but resilient
My Review Mystery novelist Jessica Fletcher is celebrating summer with her family on New York’s Rockaway Beach. Her nephew Grady, his wife Donna and their young son Frank have been gifted a month long stay in an oceanfront bungalow courtesy of the owner of Donna’s company, Jason Courtland. But when
Author Guest Post What makes a good murder victim? Some questions only get asked in certain professions. I confess (pun intended), that my work as a mystery author often leads me to ask some…unusual…questions. How long do certain toxic gasses need to take effect? If you only intended to harm
My Review Psychics, missing persons, witches, corpses, and vampires? Redemption, Wisconsin, is my kind of town! Charlie runs a tea and tincture service from her house. One of her customers, eighty-year-old retired schoolteacher Mildred, is concerned about her neighbor. It seems Jonas has taken a month-long vacation without telling her.
A Houston reporter-turned-mixologist mixes it up with murder in this series debut from Michelle Hillen Klump, superbly catering to fans of Diane Mott Davidson and Lee Hollis. Bad news for Samantha Warren: The plucky Houston, Texas, reporter lost her job and her fiancé in rapid succession. But Sam has a
My Review Software engineer Marty, his two college-aged children, his sister Laney, her two young daughters, his girlfriend Meghan, his neighbor Mrs. Kim, and Laney’s family dog Buddy are on vacation in Hawaii. But it’s not much of a vacation for Marty as he is pushed into helping the police