April Mystery Tour :

4/14 National Pecan Day !  Let the fun Begins :

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Sink your teeth into the sweet taste of cupcakes and murder!

Who would’ve thought that something as sweet and innocent as picking out baby furniture could lead to nearly witnessing a murder? Missy and Echo stumble upon a crime scene that leads to a tangled web of suspects for Chas to unravel.

Spencer and Janssen are back on the case, until tragedy strikes, changing one of their lives forever.

Things are heating up between mild-mannered Mortician, Timothy Eckels and his spunky assistant Fiona. Will she be able to break down the walls that he’s hidden behind since he found out that his ex-wife was a serial killer?

Bookworm Joyce wonders if she’ll be single for her entire life, and feisty Aunt Beulah vows to get her hitched, come heck or high water.

Don’t miss out on this exciting new installment in the Cupcakes in Paradise series, by award-winning author, Summer Prescott!

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Words in the Dark * Giulia Beyman

 

April is all about Mystery so in honor of Scrabble Day –

 

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After the sudden loss of her husband, Joe, Nora Cooper makes a startling discovery: shortly before his death, Joe secretly sold their newly purchased dream home on Martha’s Vineyard, where the couple had planned to retire.

Nora doesn’t know what to think. As she searches for answers, she is tormented by grief and doubt—until she starts receiving mysterious and inexplicable messages in Scrabble letters, messages that Nora believes could have been written only by Joe.

Using a strength she didn’t know she had, Nora follows these strange clues to discover the truth about Joe and their life together—and navigates the danger inherent in her new, special gift.

Revised edition: This edition of Words in the Dark includes editorial revisions.

Editorial Reviews

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“I do not want to go into too much detail on what happens in this book but it is filled with romance, secrets, betrayals, and messages from thedead.  I loved it and read it in a few hours because I could not put it down.” ★★★★★
Linda Tonis
 for Paranormal Romance Guild

“Words in the Dark (Nora Cooper Mysteries), by Giulia Beyman, is a suspenseful, page-turning novel… I neglected my chores today to finish reading Words in the Dark. I wasso sure I had figured out the killer several times, but didn’t see theending coming. This is a really good book. Giulia Beyman has given usNora: a mother, grandmother, working lady, and amateur detective. Thisis the first of the Cooper mysteries I have read, but it certainly willnot be the last. I would not be at all surprised to see this as a movieor a network weekly series. The characters quickly became my friends and I can’t wait to visit with them again.” ★★★★★
Trudi LoPreto for Readers’ Favorite

This book is a B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree.

About the Author

Bestselling author Giulia Beyman calls Rome and Tuscany her home. She has worked as a freelance journalist, reporting news and writing about books and fashion. After a brief stint in the publishing world, she was a screenwriter for Italian television, until she decided to turn a new idea into a book—the first of the Nora Cooper Mysteries.

For more information, visit http://www.giuliabeyman.com.

Murder She Knit * Book Tour

Murder, She Knit
A Knit & Nibble Mystery Book 1
by Peggy Ehrhart
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Since her only daughter left for college, widow Pamela Paterson has kept
busy as associate editor of a craft magazine and founder of the Knit
and Nibble knitting club in quaint Arborville, New Jersey. Now, she’s
trying out a new hobby—solving murders!
Pamela is hosting the next Knit and Nibble meeting and can’t wait to liven
up her otherwise empty home with colorful yarn, baking, and a little
harmless gossip. She even recruits Amy Morgan, an old friend who
recently moved to town, as the group’s newest member. But on the
night of the gathering, Amy doesn’t show. Not until Pamela finds
the woman dead outside—a knitting needle stabbed through the front
of her handmade sweater . . .
Someone committed murder before taking off with Amy’s knitting bag, and
Pamela realizes that only she can spot the deadly details hidden in
mysterious skeins. But when another murder occurs, naming the
culprit—and living to spin the tale—will be more difficult than
Pamela ever imagined . . .
Knitting tips and delicious recipe included!
“What if selling the yarn by mistake was just a cover story?” “A cover story for what?” Bettina asked,
surprised enough to take her eyes off the road for a second and glance at Pamela. “What if the yarn has
something to do with Amy’s murder? She was supposed to deliver it somewhere and the killer intercepted
her.” Bettina glanced at Pamela again, a disbelieving smile twisting her lips. “The murderer thought she’d
be carrying it around with her?” Pamela shrugged. “The police never found the knitting bag.” “But you
have the yarn now.” “Maybe the murderer’s next stop, after discovering the yarn wasn’t in the knitting
bag, was Amy’s apartment. But Dorrie had already cleaned everything out.” “I hope he doesn’t find out
what Dorrie did with the yarn,” Bettina said, still smiling. “Or you’re next . . .”
Peggy Ehrhart is a former English professor who lives in Leonia, New
Jersey, where she writes mysteries and plays blues guitar. She holds
a Ph.D. in medieval literature from the University of Illinois and
taught writing and literature at Queens College, CUNY, and Fairleigh
Dickinson University, where she was a tenured full professor. Her
short stories have appeared in Futures Mystery Anthology
Magazine, Crime and Suspense, Flashing in the Gutters, Spinetingler,
Crime Scene: New Jersey 2, and Murder New York Style. A longtime
member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, Peggy
served on the board of MWA New York as head of the Mentor Committee.
She was president of Sisters in Crime NY/TriState from 2013 to 2015.
Peggy regularly attends mystery writing conferences and participates
in conference panels and also gives talks on mystery fiction at
libraries in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey.
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Til Death Do Us Party

Til Death Do Us Party
A Liv and Di in Dixie Mystery #4
by Vickie Fee
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Las Vegas knows how to party, and for once, event planner Liv McKay won’t
be entirely behind the scenes. The Dixie gang is in Sin City to
celebrate Mama and Earl’s rockin’ Elvis-themed wedding. And
between juggling the botched bachelorette party and a problem-plagued
soirée back home, Liv’s ready to double down on some fun.
Mama & Earl’s happily-ever-after seems like a sure thing, but all
bets (and nuptials) are off when they get to the Burning Love Wedding
Chapel. Their Elvis-impersonating minister has left the building . .
. permanently. And even worse, Liv’s cousin, Little Junior, is
suspected of his murder.
With Mama’s happy ending on the table and Little Junior about to lose it
all, the stakes are higher than ever. Liv and her best friend, Di,
must hit the Strip to find the real killer before he finally plays his ace…
High energy, dead bodies and exposed lies. . . . A must read.”
RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars, on Death Crashes the Party
A wonderful cozy mystery.”
Suspense Magazine on It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To
Readers
should welcome this look at a very Southern lifestyle, complete with
appended party plans.”
Kirkus Reviews on One Fete in the Grave
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“Dearly beloved, I want to thank you all, thank ya very much for gathering here today. Earl couldn’t

help falling in love with Virginia and wants to be her forever teddy bear.”

The minister’s intro elicited smiles and chuckles from our little congregation, but his voice was a bit shaky. Looking more closely, I could see his face was bathed in sweat.

“And the two of them have decided it’s now or never for them to be joined in the noble estate of matrimony,” Steve said, looking unsteady on his feet and gently swaying from side to side. He suddenly stopped and gasped. His face took on a bluish tinge and I thought he might be having a heart attack.

His body seemed to spasm. With another gasp, he fell to the floor.

Dave rushed to the front and knelt down beside Steve. After checking for a pulse, he began to perform CPR and called out for someone to dial 911, and for someone else to check with the desk to see if they had a defibrillator on the premises. Di dialed 911. Larry Joe rushed out of the chapel. And Mama crumpled onto the chair next to me, sobbing.

Taylor rushed into the chapel after Larry Joe had asked her about the defibrillator. She looked down at Steve as Dave valiantly continued with CPR.

She began to sob, her shoulders shuddering, when it seemed apparent he was beyond reviving. Dave continued CPR until the EMTs arrived. He stepped away to let them take charge, then he turned to us and shook his head. I had given my seat to Earl, who had his arm around Mama with her head on his shoulder. Obviously, having the minister drop dead during the ceremony had put a damper on the wedding.

The police had arrived just after the paramedics and had taken a statement from each of us, not that there was much we could tell them. As the cops were taking statements I couldn’t help noticing Crystal, who had previously dated Steve, was shedding no tears. Little Junior, who wasn’t a fan, was surveying his surroundings as if he was studying the sparse decor. I imagined he was thinking there might be an opening for him now as a minister at the Burning Love Chapel. Looking around, I noted that the photographer had apparently slipped out of the chapel at some point during all the hubbub.

The police officer took our contact information and said that an autopsy would have to be performed. But all indications were that Steve had suffered a heart attack.

The paramedics had rolled the deceased out on a gurney and the cop was standing in the doorway to the chapel chatting with Dave.

Taylor may have broken down in tears when she saw Steve lying on the floor, but she composed herself enough to talk business.

She apologized to Mama and Earl and asked if they would like to reschedule.

“I’m sure this has been upsetting, but I know you’re only in town for a limited time. If you want to go ahead with a wedding today, we do have an opening at eleven p.m. tonight in one of the other chapels. Of course, there would be no additional charge for the larger space.”

Mama and Earl looked at Taylor in disbelief. For once my mother was speechless. Earl spoke up.

“Thank you, but I don’t think Virginia and I are in any frame of mind to continue with the wedding tonight.”

“Of course. Just give me a call when you’re ready.”

Taylor started to walk away, but stopped and turned back to face the nearly wedded couple. “Oh, by the way, take the rose arrangements with you, if you like, since you’ve already paid for them.”

I wanted to get up and smack Taylor for her appalling lack of sensitivity. But Little Junior rushed over to Mama and offered to carry the flowers out to the car if she wanted them.

“Sure, hon, if you want to,” Mama said blankly.

I assumed my cousin was just eager to do something nice for Mama and toting flower pots was the best he could come up with. He and Crystal walked to the front to retrieve the floral arrangements. When Little Junior picked up the vase from one of the two pedestals, something shiny tumbled to the floor with a metallic thud.

The cop stopped his droning conversation with Dave midsentence and walked to the front of the chapel to have a look. He pulled a handkerchief out of his pocket and picked up a silver-colored flask. He held it up, examining it more closely, then left the chapel without a word.

We assumed we were free to go.

My in-laws got into the Winnebago with Mama and Earl. The rest of us piled into the vintage pink Cadillac. Little Junior got behind the wheel and Crystal sidled up to him. Di climbed in the front seat next to Crystal and Dave got into the backseat.

Larry Joe and I exchanged a puzzled look before sliding onto the backseat, with me in the middle.

The ride back to the hotel felt like a funeral procession.

Vickie Fee is a past president of the Malice in Memphis chapter of
Sisters in Crime and current member of the Wisconsin Sisters in
Crime. She has a degree in journalism and spent many years as a
newspaper reporter, covering small Southern towns populated with
colorful characters, much like those in the fictional town of Dixie.
She now lives in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with her husband, John.
She grew up in the South on a steady diet of Nancy Drew and iced tea,
and when she’s not writing, Vickie enjoys reading mysteries and
watching B movies from the 1930s and ‘40s.
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Birthday Wish * Paris

Happy Saturday ! And if I had a birthday wish it Paris. I visited right after college but would love to go back with my hubby. So since it’s National Eiffel tower day – Viva La France –  A book to get you in the mood!   Lisa

 

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Escape to Paris this summer and prepare to be swept off your feet…

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Anouk LaRue used to be a romantic, but since she had her heart well and truly broken her love life has dissolved into nothing more than daydreams of the perfect man. Retreating to her extraordinary Little Antique Shop has always been a way to escape, because who could feel alone in a shop bursting with memories and beautiful objects…

Until Tristan Black bursts into an auction and throws her ordered world into a spin.

Following your heart is a little like getting lost in Paris – sometimes confusing and always exciting! Except learning to trust her instincts is not something Anouk is ready to do when it comes to romance, but the city of love has other ideas…

Watch out for more in The Little Paris Collection

1. The Little Bookshop on the Seine

2. The Little Antique Shop under the Eiffel Tower

3. The Little Perfume Shop off the Champs-Élysées

 

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Murder with Lemon Tea Cakes

Better Dead
A B&B Spirits Mystery
by Pamela Kopfler
Genre: Cozy Mystery
As the owner of a charming Louisiana bed and breakfast, Holly Davis
believes in Southern hospitality—but she draws the line at
welcoming the ghost of her cheating husband . . .
Burl Davis checked out of this life a little earlier than expected—before
Holly could serve him with divorce papers over his extramarital
flings. Unfortunately, it was not before he nearly bankrupted her
beloved B&B, Holly Grove, a converted plantation that has been in
her family for generations. Holly would never wish anyone dead, but
three months later she’s feeling a lot more relief than grief.
Until Burl’s ghost appears as an unwelcome guest. Before his spirit can
move on, her not-so-dearly departed needs Holly’s human help to
bust up the drug smuggling ring he was involved with. She has
reservations, to say the least, but agrees to assist him if he’ll
make a show of haunting the B&B to draw in visitors. But when
Holly’s former love, Jack McCann, mysteriously resurfaces in town
and checks in, she has to wonder if her B&B is big enough for the
ghost of her husband and the very real physical presence of her old
flame . . .
Pamela Kopfler is a novelist, Southern-fried and sassy. She writes
award-winning humorous mysteries with a kick of Southern sass. Her
debut novel, BETTER DEAD, is the first in her B & B Spirits
mystery series, to be followed by DOWNRIGHT DEAD, and HOG WILD DEAD.
(Kensington Books) She is a four-time Golden Heart® finalist and a
Daphne du Maurier award winner.
She can stir up a roux, mix a
cocktail, and loves swapping stories. Putting words on the page keeps
her alligator mouth from overloading her hummingbird heinie in real
life. She marks her time on earth by the lives of the dogs she has
loved–who often show up in her stories.
Pamela lives in South Louisiana where the spirits are restless, the food is spicy,
and the living is divine.
Murder With Lemon Teacakes
A Daisy’s Tea Garden Mystery
by Karen Rose Smith
Genre: Cozy Mystery
In an old Victorian in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Amish country, Daisy
Swanson and her aunt Iris serve soups, scones, and soothing teas to
tourists and locals–but a murder in their garden has them in hot
water . . .
“… readers are immediately drawn to main character, Daisy Swanson, and
her beloved Aunt Iris.”
Suspense Magazine
Daisy, a widowed mom of two teenagers, is used to feeling protective–so
when Iris started dating the wealthy and not-quite-divorced Harvey
Fitz, she worried . . . especially after his bitter ex stormed in and
caused a scene at the party Daisy’s Tea Garden was catering. Then
there was the gossip she overheard about Harvey’s grown children
being cut out of his will. Daisy didn’t want her aunt to wind up with
a broken heart–but she never expected Iris to wind up a suspect in
Harvey’s murder.
Now the apple bread and orange pekoe is
on the back burner while the cops treat the shop like a crime
scene–and Daisy hopes that Jonas Groft, a former detective from
Philadelphia, can help her clear her aunt’s name and bag the real
killer before things boil over . . .
Includes delicious recipes for Iris’s Lemon Tea Cakes and more!
After writing romances for twenty years, Karen Rose Smith is
excited to see her Caprice De Luca home-stager mystery series
published. Her sleuth reflects many of her interests: interior
decorating, cooking, retro fashion, gardening, and, most of all,
taking in stray animals. Married to her college sweetheart, Karen has
convinced her husband that felines can make purr-fect housemates.
They share their home in the Susquehanna Valley of Pennsylvania with
their three rescued cats. For more about Karen, please visit her website.
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Geek & Things * Book Tour

Pains and Penalties
A Geeks and Things Cozy Mysteries Novella #1
by Sarah Biglow
Genre: Cozy Mystery
A new amateur sleuth is on the case in the first book of this Cozy
Mystery novella series.
When Kalina Greystone returns home to the small town of Ellesworth, MA in
the wake of her father’s passing to take over the family’s comic book
shop, she never expects to reconnect with her old flame, Detective
Christian Harper. But when elderly Mrs. Davies winds up murdered at
the annual Solstice Fair, Kalina can’t help but get swept up in his
investigation and solving the case. While Detective Harper runs his
investigation, she cozies up to the dead woman’s best friend, Mrs.
Grant, and learns that she and a third woman, Ms. Ellicott, might be
targets. Someone has sent them notes with the cryptic warning ‘Lying
is a mortal sin’. As Kalina digs deeper into the women’s shared
past, she unearths the perjury that sentenced an innocent man to
prison. After discovering Ms. Ellicott dead in her home, Kalina and
Detective Harper must race to unmask the killer before vengeance can
be sated.
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Forgive and Forget
A Geeks and Things Cozy Mysteries Novella #2
Your favorite amateur sleuth is back on the case in the second installment
of the Geeks and Things Cozy series.
Life is looking good for Kalina Greystone. Geeks and Things is thriving
and she’s even rekindled her high-school romance with Detective
Christian Harper. But her world spins off-kilter when she finds her
high school best friend, Nadine Larrabee, huddled over her father’s
dead body.
Nadine fears she’s responsible for her father’s death but doesn’t
remember details. As Kalina keeps close to the investigation–certain
her friend is no killer–a horrifying family history unfolds,
providing motive for the girl Kalina once knew. Refusing to believe
Nadine is capable of such an act, Kalina peels back the layers of
family drama to find the truth.
Debts and Debtors
A Geeks and Things Cozy Mysteries Novella #3
Kalina Greystone is back for another small town, amateur mystery in the
third installment of the Geeks and Things Mystery series.
It’s Thanksgiving in the small town of Ellesworth, MA and Kalina and her
family have gathered to celebrate the holiday—their first since her
father’s passing—but all is not well when Savannah Chase,
Jillian’s college roommate appears on their doorstep. She’s
distraught over her missing husband. She just knows something’s
happened to him. Despite knowing Chris wouldn’t approve, Kalina
keeps tabs on the investigation. After all, Savannah is like family.
The investigation takes a turn for the curious when Mr. Chase’s body is
found in a foreclosed house in a area ripe for commercial
development. Kalina and Chris soon discover that Thomas had recently
changed jobs, giving up real estate for debt collection. But who
would want him dead? The more Kalina digs, the more she finds herself
in the cross-hairs of a dangerous man. She and Chris must solve the
case before she becomes the next victim.
Have and Hold
A Geeks and Things Cozy Mysteries Novella #4
Your favorite amateur sleuth is on the case in a new Geeks and Things
Cozy Mystery.
The small town of Ellesworth, MA is abuzz with the upcoming wedding of
Kalina Greystone and newly promoted Police Captain Christian Harper.
But not everyone is thrilled for the happy couple. On the morning of
Chris’s promotional ceremony, they receive a shocking package—a
severed finger wearing an engagement ring! Under the guise of
last-minute wedding preparations, Kalina questions a local jeweler
who may have sold the ring adorning the finger. In fact, he’d sold
three such rings recently. When a second finger is sent to a local
reporter and the bodies of the victims are discovered near the beach,
Kalina knows there is little time left to find the third victim. But
why target these brides-to-be? After digging deeper, she uncovers a
startling connection between the players and must race to save the
woman who is the true target of the killer’s rage.
Saints and Sinners
A Geeks and Things Cozy Mysteries Novella #5
Your favorite amateur sleuth is back for one last case in the final
installment of the Geeks and Things Cozy Mystery series.
Kalina Greystone’s life has finally fallen into place. Now happily married
and eight months pregnant, she is ready to step away from sleuthing
and give all of her time to her family and Geeks and Things.
Unfortunately, sleuthing isn’t quite done with her. On a trip to
the cemetery to visit her father’s grave, she happens upon a dead
woman’s body. Video footage reveals the killer but the case takes
one bizarre turn after the next. The woman, Verona Maxwell, shares
fingerprints with Paige Fischer, a little girl who died over fifteen
years ago in a boating accident with her twin brother, Patrick. Or
did they? The killer looks an awful lot like Patrick. Having briefly
known the twins in her youth, Kalina searches their past in the hopes
of making sense of the present. But the more she digs, the darker the
reality becomes. Systemic abuse by Paige and parental neglect rise to
the surface, making her wonder if the past isn’t as buried as
everyone was led to believe.
Sarah lives in Massachusetts with her fiancé. She is a licensed attorney
and spends her days combating employment discrimination as an
Investigator with the Massachusetts Commission Against
Discrimination.
She is a self-professed TV junkie and in her spare time (what’s that?),
she runs a TV recap blog with her best friend (and sorority sister),
Jen. Sarah currently enjoys an array of TV shows including (but
definitely not limited to) Once Upon a Time, Blindspot, Chicago Fire,
Chicago Med, Chicago PD, Grimm, The Flash and Arrow. She is always on
the hunt for new shows to binge!
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Tell us something really interesting that’s happened to you!
A couple years ago, I was asked to be the keynote speaker at a disability technology conference. I was born premature and I have Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP). I only have vision in one eye but that was pretty cool to share my experience with a room full of people and hey, I even got to drop that I’m a published author!
Where were you born/grew up at?
I grew up in Rocky Hill, CT (just outside of Hartford). I’m an only child so it was just me, my parents and our dog from the time I was about 9. It’s your typical suburb and while it’s nice to go home, I’m happy to have moved to a city where I can get around on my own.
What are you passionate about these days?
I am a licensed attorney and I work for the Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination as an investigator so you could say I’m pretty passionate about eradicating discrimination. I love my job and it’s not without its craziness with people’s complaints. I’m still trying to find a way to put the whacky things I’ve seen at work into entertainment form.
What do you do to unwind and relax?
I’m a HUGE TV fan. Like, I watch way more TV in a week than is healthy probably. I absolutely adore This Is Us and I love getting to watch and chat about it with my family and friends. I also enjoy reading, though since working I haven’t had as much chance to read. I’m hoping to read at least 35 books this year!
When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I wrote my first story in first grade (it was about 100 squirrels. It was illustrated and my dad bound it and everything). But I wouldn’t say I considered myself a writer until freshman year of high school when w e had to do bi-weekly creative writing assignments in my honors English class. I really got into writing fiction in early college and I haven’t looked back since!

Carrot Cake and Cryptic Clues

Welcome is you read my other post you know it’s National Carrot Cake Day. Not wanting to bake then let’s read.   Lisa

51O3-p4Z6rL._SY346_Catching a killer is a piece of cake… Or is it?

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When socialite Celeste Rocheford is murdered, Mindy’s best friend Beth Miller finds herself the prime suspect.

Mindy must prove Beth’s innocence and find the real killer – while dealing with her meddling high-school nemesis, Neve, and her former flame, Ethan Macaulay.

Praise for A.R. Winters:

“The perfect balance of being lighthearted, but still a serious page-turning mystery.” – Jaycie D, Amazon.com

“A fun cozy mystery with engaging and entertaining characters” – lq, Amazon.com

“A cute light read with a final twist at the end.” – Stacey Puleio, Amazon.com

Please Note: This book was previously published under the title Wacky Walnuts.

A Dungeon, a Vampire and an Infatuation

Title: A Dungeon, a Vampire and an Infatuation
Author: CC Dragon
Genre: Paranormal Cozy Mystery
Cover Designer: Viola Estrella
Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR
Blurb:
Who can have a personal life when an infatuated and possibly demon infested man is luring a dear friend to the dark side? Deanna has to try but she does have a team of angels on her side to help!
Problems with a creepy little church that belongs in the 1800s converge with an evil bar that keeps changing hands and names but the darkness never fades. The vamps need to go!
Mary Lou is out to prove her independence or is she rebelling when she plays with the bad boys? A crazy ex and a murder hit way too close to home and have the gang spinning in different directions.
Everyone is off their game and looking to establish their own alibis while chasing down all the bad guys and uncovering the murderer. Just another tale of Deanna Oscar and the gang out to fight evil and save the innocent people of New Orleans.
A loyal Chicago girl who loves deep dish pizza, the Cubs, and The Lake, CC Dragon is fascinated by the metaphysical and paranormal.  She loves creating characters, especially amateur sleuths who solve mysteries. A coffee and chocolate addict who loves fast cars, she’s still looking for a hero who likes to cook and clean…so she can write more!
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Goose Pimple Junction Mysteries

Murder & Mayhem in Goose Pimple Junction
Goose Pimple Junction Mysteries Book 1
by Amy Metz
Genre: Cozy Mystery
253 pages
When Tess Tremaine starts a new life in the colorful town of Goose Pimple
Junction, curiosity leads her to look into a seventy-five-year-old
murder. Suddenly she’s learning the foreign language of southern
speak, resisting her attraction to local celebrity Jackson Wright,
and dealing with more mayhem than she can handle.
A bank robbery, murder, and family tragedy from the 1930s are pieces of
the mystery that Tess attempts to solve. As she gets close to the
truth, she encounters danger, mystery, a lot of southern charm, and a
new temptation for which she’s not sure she’s ready.
Heroes & Hooligans in Goose Pimple Junction
Goose Pimple Junction Mysteries Book 2
299 pages
Goose Pimple Junction is just recovering from a kidnapping and a murder,
its first major crimes in years, when trouble begins anew. Life is
turned upside down in the quirky little southern town with the
arrival of several shifty hooligans: A philandering husband intent on
getting his wife back, another murderer loose in town, a stalker
intent on frightening Martha Maye, and a thief who’s stealing the
town blind of their pumpkins, pies, and peace. Together, they’re
scaring the living daylights out of the residents and keeping the new
police chief busier than a set of jumper cables at a redneck picnic.
Suddenly, he has his hands full trying to apprehend a killer, stop a
stalker, and fight his feelings for the damsel in distress.

Short & Tall Tales in Goose Pimple Junction
Goose Pimple Junction Mysteries Book 3
127 pages
This is not your average Southern town. With a hint of mystery and a lot
of laughs, you’ll catch a glimpse of everyday life in Goose Pimple
Junction in this short story compilation. Five short stories, one
novella, and three recipes will give you more of the unique charm of
Goose Pimple Junction, make you laugh, and have your mouth watering.
If you want a feel-good read, you’ve come to the right place. Grab
some sweet tea and escape to Goose Pimple Junction.

Rogues & Rascals in Goose Pimple Junction
Goose Pimple Junction Mysteries Book 4
246 pages
Sweet Southern belle Caledonia Culpepper and hit woman in training Wynona
Baxter come up against crooked lawyers, restless husbands, a teenage
hoodlum . . . it seems there are rogues and rascals everywhere you
look in Goose Pimple Junction. When their paths cross, they prove
there isn’t a rogue or a rascal who can keep a good woman down. Mama
always said there’d be days like this . . .
Amy Metz is the author of the Goose Pimple Junction mystery series. She
is a former first grade teacher and the mother of two sons. When not
writing, enjoying her family, or surfing Pinterest, Amy can usually
be found with a mixing spoon, camera, or book in one hand and a glass
of sweet tea in the other. Amy lives in Louisville, Kentucky and
loves a good Southern phrase.
Guest Post : 

One word Interview

  1. Where is your cell phone? Pocket.
  2. Your hair? Unmanageable.
  3. Your dad? Alabama.
  4. Your other half? Tom.
  5. Your favorite food? Donuts.
  6. Your dream last night? None.
  7. Your favorite drink? Sweet tea.
  8. Fear? Spiders.
  9. Favorite shoes? Flats.
  10. Favorite way to relax? Needlepoint.
  11. Your mood? Happy.
  12. Your home away from home? Stockbridge.
  13. Where were you last night? Home.
  14. Something that you aren’t? Mean.
  15. Muffins? Lemon.
  16. Wish list item? Health.
  17. Where you grew up? Louisville.
  18. Last thing you did? Lunch.
  19. What are wearing now? Jeans.
  20. Your TV? Netflix.
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