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Friday, April 25, 2008

Everybody Loved Roger Harden


Everybody loved Roger Harden, or so they all thought until he winds up dead. In true Agathie Christie fashion, this mystery leaves ten strangers stranded on an island. One by one the bodies pile up and it's up to Julie West and the handsome Reverend James Burton to solve the mystery. The greatest mystery winds up being the type of man Roger Harden was. A great read.

www.heartsongmysteries.com

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Another Interview

My second interview is posted at http://ribbit-ribbit.blogspot.com/ Stop by and check it out!

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Recipe for Murder


Everyone always said Pricilla was a "killer" cook, but this is the first time that something she cooked actually seemed to kill someone. All Pricilla wanted to do was help her son feed his guests at his hunting lodge. Then one of the guests ends up dead. The only thing left to do is clear her salmon-filled tartlets of all blame. Pricilla finds herself smack in the middle of a murder investigation while trying to matchmake her son and the daughter of Pricilla's good friend, Max.


Recipe for Murder is a frolicking fun read with a quirky, loveable, sixty-something heroine. I can't wait for the next Pricilla Crumb mystery.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Fudge-Laced Felonies Cover


Ain't it beautiful? I'm so happy. The book goes to the printers on April 21.

Sunday, April 06, 2008

Trouble Up Finny's Nose


Finny's Nose is a mountain overlooking the quaint town of Finny. Ruth Budge, resident bird lady and saver of all things fowl finds her world turned upside down when she finds a romance novel her late husband was writing. After heading to town to clear her mind, she discovers a body in the town fountain.


Trouble up Finny's Nose takes the reader into the world of art, sculpture, and secrets. Soon Ruth finds herself biting off more than her, or her bird friends, can chew. And if things in her life weren't topsy-turvy enough, she's beginning to experience feelings for Monk, the town caterer. And at her age!


Dana Mentink has crafted another fun read for Heartsong Presents/Mysteries. Join the club. http://www.heartsongmysteries.com/



Saturday, April 05, 2008

Murder in the Milkcase


You'd think going to the grocery store would be a normal, mundane, everyday type of thing. But not to Trish Cunningham. Imagine her surprise when she reaches for the milk and discovers a dead body. And her husband wonders why her stomach is upset? Not only does Trish have a misbehaving teenage step-daughter, now she's a suspect for murder!


Her handsome husband, Max, begs her to leave things alone, then hires a snooty lawyer when Trish doesn't listen. She tries, but can't help herself from getting into trouble.


This is the first Heartsong Presents Mystery I've read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Can't wait to read the others. From page one, Candice Speare takes the reader on an enjoyable ride where the characters become your friends.


Come join the fun and enter this great bookclub!

Friday, April 04, 2008

First Online Interview

My first interview for Fudge-Laced Felonies is posted for the April issue of Stepping Stones for Writers.
Check it out! http://www.freewebs.com/steppingstonesforwriters/