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Topping the list

                                You Called It! Your votes got The Zen Detective named #34 of The 50 Best Indie Books of 2017 Mystery/Thriller. Over 500,000 books were self-published this past … Continue reading

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Time is running out

Time is Running Out You have only until December 4 but why wait? Your nomination put The Zen Detective on the shortlist for The 50 Best Indie Books of 2017 Mystery/Thriller, and it’s up to you to make it a … Continue reading

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More to enjoy

You’re in luck! I have a series, The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam, literary fantasy for you to enjoy. And you can get Book One, The Lost King, at a special price during this Holiday Ebook sale. So get started … Continue reading

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Cold as ice

I’m Dee-lighted to give you a chance to know Julie Mulhern, author of Cold as Ice.  Welcome, Julie. What’s the story behind your book title? Have you ever heard a song on the radio and been transported back to a moment … Continue reading

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Ancient secrets and present-day intrigue

The Ninja’s Illusion (A Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt Mystery) by Gigi Pandian The Ninja’s Illusion (A Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt Mystery) 5th in Series Supernatural Cozy Mystery Henery Press (October 3, 2017) Paperback 257 pages ISBN13: 9781635112511 E-Book ASIN: B073R141MQ … Continue reading

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Trouble brewing

My mom was from Pittsburgh, so I just had to share about Joyce Tremel’s book, set in the that Steel City. A Room with a Brew (A Brewing Trouble Mystery) by Joyce Tremel A Room with a Brew (A Brewing … Continue reading

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Blown away

A few days after my end-of-August post, Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 storm on the south Texas Gulf Coast. I had to evacuate. It was weeks before the area was deemed safe enough to return. Roads had … Continue reading

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Dragonblood Throne: Legacy

My pet dragon, Inky, thinks this one sounds like an interesting read:     DRAGONBLOOD THRONE: LEGACY Orphaned as a young child and growing up alone in the forest, Delina lives a life of isolation; her only companion a saber-toothed … Continue reading

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Too Many Women in the Room

I have actually been to Guelph, Ontario, the home of this author and fellow member of Sisters in Crime. Coincidences like this make the World Wide Web seem like a Small World After All. Too Many Women in the Room … Continue reading

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Holding back the hounds of hell

Aria Knight has an unusual set of skills: she will hold back the hounds of Hell so you can fly toward the Pearly Gates, and she will wipe your slate clean so that you don’t become karma’s bitch…for a price. … Continue reading

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