Tag Archives: Mystery

The Six Train to Wisconsin Book Trailer

Drumroll please… So this has been one of the projects occupying my time in September. The book trailer for Six Train! It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a while but never found the time to work on. Thank goodness … Continue reading

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Book Review: Caught by Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben is the Dalai Lama of Suspense. Seriously, every suspense lover should read Caught. It’s a gateway to phenomenal writing and enlightened reading. He hooked me with his first line, “I knew opening that red door would destroy my … Continue reading

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truly, madly– Book Review

truly, madly is the first book in Heather Webber’s quirky new series about Lucy Valentine, who cannot see auras like the rest of her matchmaking family but can find lost objects. This talent makes her the “black sheep” of her … Continue reading

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MWA: Is it Romance or Is it Mystery?

Tuesday night, I ventured out into the cloudy humid air for the MWA Mid Manhattan Library presentation on mixed genres with romance and mystery. Oddly enough, as I sat there waiting for the talk to begin, I realized every time … Continue reading

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Night of the Living Deed–book review

Today I had a bunch of appointments, which meant lots of waiting…and I got to finish E.J. Copperman’s Night of the Living Deed! This is the first book in “a haunted guesthouse mystery” series. People, I read this book in … Continue reading

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Secondhand Spirits–a review

I just finished the novel, Secondhand Spirits, by Juliet Blackwell, which is described as a witchcraft mystery.  It was a fun read with a great twist ending involving murder and a missing child. The protagonist, Lily Ivory, has been an … Continue reading

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Farm Fresh Murder: Deliciously Good!

I just finished Paige Shelton’s  Farm Fresh Murder and it was a deliciously good read! I hate when I put the clues together before the book is done, but this one kept me on the edge of my seat until the … Continue reading

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MWA Symposium: My Highlights

Last Wednesday, I attended the Mystery Writer’s of America Edgar Symposium. Without a doubt, one of the best one- day events focusing on the craft of mystery writing and definitely worth attending next year.  The lineup alone was worth the … Continue reading

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