Tag Archives: Mystery

Review of The Frame-Up and Interview with Meghan Scott Molin

Meghan Scott Molin’s debut novel, The Frame-up releases today! I had the opportunity to read an advance copy and interview Meghan, so on my blog today I have both a review and interview. The Frame-Up (my ranking—5 Stars!) What a … Continue reading

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Kensington Cozy Con at The Poisoned Pen

The Poisoned Pen Bookstore in Scottsdale, AZ is a mystery lover’s dream come true! The staff is helpful and knowledgeable and full of great suggestions. But the best part of the Poisoned Pen experience is all the mystery authors who … Continue reading

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Criminal Misdeeds

I’m so excited to welcome Randee Green to the blog today! Her debut novel, Criminal Misdeeds released last month and put her right at the top of my list of favorite humorous mystery authors. Here’s my review of Criminal Misdeeds: … Continue reading

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Interview with Author Heather Redmond

I recently had the opportunity to talk with author, Heather Redmond about her new mystery, A TALE OF TWO MURDERS in which a young Charles Dickens is the sleuth. Here’s a little bit about the book: In the winter of … Continue reading

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Interview with Clarissa Goenawan, author of Rainbirds

Clarissa Goenawan’s debut novel, Rainbirds is out today. Happy release day, Clarissa! Here’s a little bit about the book. Ren Ishida has nearly completed his graduate degree at Keio University when he receives news of his sister’s violent death. Keiko … Continue reading

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Authors 18/Introducing Pamela Kopfler

As a debut author, I’m always looking for advice. It felt like I was writing my book forever and I pretty much had the writing part down. Once my book sold, I found myself in unknown territory–publishing. The one piece … Continue reading

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