BLOG TOUR – The Silver Gun – GUEST POST, REVIEW

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Welcome! Today I’m featuring a stop on the Great Escapes Virtual Book Tour for The Silver Gun, which is the first book in the new Art Deco Mystery series by L.A. Chandlar. It was phenomenal!  Before we get to my review, Ms. Chandlar has graciously written a guest post for today!  The review and information about the book (including purchase links and Rafflecopter giveaway) will be after the guest post.

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Historical Antics of the Mayor: Fact or Fiction?

In The Art Deco Mysteries, Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, the ninety-ninth mayor of New York City, is one of the main characters and I’m sure it’s clear that I personally adore him. I’ve romanticized him a little bit – but his character really is true to form. In the midst of a fictitious story-line, I have a lot of real history woven into the series. In fact, people are often surprised that the most sensational antics are actually the real ones.

My favorite thing about historical fiction is that you get to live in the pocket of a certain time and place. Readers discover things that you just can’t get in a history book. We tend to learn history in pockets, so we don’t realize what else was going on at the same time. Also, I think history books can take all the humanity out of a story. Especially the humor. That’s a pet peeve of mine. So many books have not a whisper of a smile in them, whereas I think humor is essential to a fully realized human being. Fictitious or not.

Many of Fiorello’s antics were taken out of real life. For instance, (this is not a spoiler) there is a scene where Lane and Valerie watch Fio suddenly bound down the steps of City Hall and then look wildly around for his car and driver. Not seeing them and yet needing to get to a fire (he made it a habit to be at the scene of every major fire, car crash, and crime), he pounces on the nearest form of conveyance: a policeman on a motorcycle with a sidecar. As they drive off, he yells to the stunned and chuckling onlookers, “I am not a sissy!” Totally true. It really happened and it still cracks me up as I’m writing this.

I mention often that Fio was loud. He definitely was. He was a bellower with a unique and screechy voice. He did create an office in his car complete with police radio, desk, and gun compartment. The Fire Commissioner gave him an honorary fire coat because he showed up to most fires as a first responder. The Commissioner was noted as often yelling at major fires, “Get the mayor out of there!” because the swashbuckling mayor had joined in the rescue efforts. And Fio was a lover of art and music. He often guest-conducted at symphonies around the city. He played the coronet and using his horn-blowing skill in a particularly humorous way. He quashed the powerful gangster, the Artichoke King, and his monopoly on artichokes with a police escort, a lordly scroll Fio unrolled to declare the King out of business, and two trumpeters on hand to give the whole thing a little panache.

Fiorello was a five-foot-two firecracker of a guy. He was a fighter pilot in WWI, a congressman, and then the ninety-ninth mayor of New York City. He was a minority on both sides: half-Jewish, half-Italian. I love the tension of Fio. He was loud, abrasive and rude, yet he was a total romantic, loved music and art dearly, and always fought for the little guy. Fiorello attended in-person the petitioners that queued up in his office at the beginning of every work day. He was rude and brash, yet he had an incredibly dear heart and fought for those who couldn’t fight for themselves. People who grew up back then always remember him and his voice. The most memorable moment of him that people bring up to me all the time is Fiorello reading the funny papers over the radio for the kids when the newspapers went on strike.

To find out more of the real history, and what parts I created, be sure to read the Author Notes at the end of my books. It’s so fun to find out that reality truly can be stranger than fiction.

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About the Book

The Silver Gun (An Art Deco Mystery) by L.A. Chandlar
Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Kensington (August 29, 2017)
Paperback: 336 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1496713414
Digital ASIN: B01MQSAJO7
Purchase Links: AmazonB&NKobo

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Synopsis

New York City, 1936. In the midst of the Great Depression, the Big Apple is defiantly striving toward an era infused with art, architecture, and economic progress under the dynamic Mayor La Guardia. But those in City Hall know that tumultuous times can inspire both optimism and deadly danger . . .

It’s been six months since Lane Sanders was appointed Mayor Fiorello “Fio” La Guardia’s new personal aide, and the twenty-three-year-old is sprinting in her Mary Janes to match her boss’s pace. Despite dealing with vitriol from the Tammany Hall political machine and managing endless revitalization efforts, Fio hasn’t slowed down a bit during his years in office. And luckily for Lane, his unpredictable antics are a welcome distraction from the childhood memories that haunt her dreams—and the silver gun she’ll never forget.

When Lane gets attacked and threatened by an assailant tied to one of most notorious gangsters in the city, even the mayor can’t promise her safety. The corrupt city officials seem to be using Lane as a pawn against Fio for disgracing their party in the prior election. But why was the assailant wielding the exact same gun from her nightmares?

Balancing a clandestine love affair and a mounting list of suspects, Lane must figure out how the secrets of her past are connected to the city’s underground crime network—before someone pulls the trigger on the most explosive revenge plot in New York history . . .

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Review – 5 out of 5 stars.

Wow. This book was just phenomenal. I don’t give 5 stars lightly, but I think this first book in the new Art Deco Mystery series deserves it. I was a little concerned at first as I had a hard time getting into it, but as I do with every book, I gave it 50 pages. It didn’t need that long before it grabbed me and never let go. There was so much action and intrigue in this book. I told my mom at one point that I had thought I was getting to the climax only to find that I was only halfway done with the book!

The characters are awesome. I love Lane and Evelyn and Mr. Kirkland and Finn and all of them! I cannot wait to get to know them further in other books. They’re well-rounded characters and complex.  There are so many things that you learn about them just in this first book!

The plot was brilliant. I read a “professional” review that said it was too formulaic but I think they were wrong. These days it’s hard to find a book that doesn’t follow at least some formula to a degree.  In romance, you’re going to have the getting together, then the problem/break-up and then the reunion and happy ever after. It’s just inevitable. In mysteries, you’re going to have the heroine trying to figure out how to save the day at the end, either by finding the killer/robber/arsonist or by stopping some horrible event from happening. It’s just part of story writing. However, in my opinion, this story had so many ups and downs, so many little climaxes and then ratcheting up the action more that it kept it from being too formulaic.

I’d still consider this a cozy – even with the amount of suspense and intrigue that there was. There still wasn’t much language or physical displays of affection. We had a young, female heroine who wasn’t part of the police or other crime stopping team, though she certainly had plenty of ties there. Plus, when there was a death or killing, there wasn’t a lot of discussion dealing with blood and gore. Nonetheless, this was definitely hopping more with suspense than your traditional cozy.

I absolutely loved this book and HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who is a mystery lover. You should seriously let your fingers run, not walk, to one of the online retailers or to a brick and mortar store and buy this book in some format.

If you do, I’d love to hear your opinion of the book!

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About the Author

L .A. Chandlar is the author of the Art Deco Mystery Series with Kensington Publishing featuring Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia and a fresh take on the innovation and liveliness of 1930s New York City. Her debut novel, The Silver Gun released August 29, 2017, and the sequel, The Gold Pawn, will release September 25th, 2018. Laurie has been living and writing in New York City for 16 years and has been speaking for a wide variety of audiences for over 20 years including a women’s group with the United Nations. Her talks range from NYC history, the psychology of creativity, and the history of holiday traditions. Laurie has also worked in PR for General Motors, writes and fund-raises for a global nonprofit is the mother of two boys, and has toured the nation managing a rock band.

Author Links

Website: http://www.lachandlar.com

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BLOG TOUR – Killing at Kadaire House – GUEST POST

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Welcome! Today I’m hosting a stop on the Great Escapes Virtual Book Tour for The Killing at Kaldaire House by Kate Parker. This is the first in the new Milliner Mystery series. Ms. Parker has been kind enough to provide a guest post for today’s post. Information about the book, including synopsis and purchase links will be below the guest post.

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The Art of Edwardian Ladies’ Hats

I’ve always been fascinated by hats. There is something so stylish about an outfit topped off with a brimmed hat. I’ve never been particularly stylish myself. As much as I’d like to wear hats, my head is too big for one size fits most due to a thick skull, not increased brain power. But the cloches in the last seasons of Downton Abbey and the wide brims on the hats in the first seasons held my attention far better than the question of who will go to jail next, Bates or Anna?

In The Killing at Kaldaire House, I knew my sleuth would be a talented milliner as well as an observant student of human nature. But if Emily Gates, my milliner, was going to run her shop, I needed to learn something about hat making techniques at the dawn of the twentieth century. That’s when I found the perfect book: Edwardian Hats, The Art of Millinery (1909) by Anna Ben-Yusuf.

Madame Ben-Yusuf worked in both Paris and London before she settled in New York and taught hat making in Brooklyn. She wrote articles for magazines in the trade which formed the basis for this book.

She spends a lot of time describing how to curl feathers, and the illustration of the feather curling knife gave me the weapon for a future murder. There is a whole section on making different types of flowers out of ribbon and all the practice needed to learn this art. Bows of ribbon, silk flowers, and the use of lace to cover a hat are all special skills.

These delicate touches also had to be cleaned, as clothing wasn’t as disposable then as it is today, and milliners did this work, too. Hot irons were used, along with, depending on the material, steam, soap, alcohol, gum arabic, and gasoline.

Before a designer or maker can make the trimming, however, they first have to make the hat. Hats back then were designed to fit the head and hairstyle of the particular wearer, so they were made individually or in different sizes. Wire frames are made first, and this is where knowledge of geometry was useful. Then material was cut to the pattern so the grain of the fabric all went in the same direction and sewn on. Different stitches were used for the very different materials used to cover hats, such as straw or velvet. This is where Noah and the hat workshop across the alley come in to the story.

As I read this book, I realized how much training Emily would have gone through to reach the point in her career where her hats are sought after. I also found ideas for the story, such as the French style of mourning hat that Lady Kaldaire requires.

I hope as you read The Killing at Kaldaire House, you’ll find where I’ve woven bits of Emily’s profession into the story. Her business becomes a conflict between Emily and Lady Kaldaire, a lady of leisure who doesn’t understand the time required to do all the work required. But with the two of them on the case, they have a chance to catch the killer.

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About the Book


The Killing at Kaldaire House

(The Milliner Mysteries)
Cozy Mystery
New Series
Self-Published
Release Date – April 2, 2018
Paperback: 318 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0997663716
Digital ASIN: B079ZBJ935

Purchase Links: AmazonB&NKobo
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Synopsis

A dying man. The painting within her reach. What’s a thief to do?

Talented London milliner Emily Gates creates amazing hats for Society ladies, but to collect from those who don’t pay her bill, she burglarizes their homes. She needs every penny to send her deaf brother to school. Late one night, she sneaks in to find Lord Kaldaire badly injured in his study. Unwilling to abandon him, she calls for help.

When Kaldaire dies without revealing who attacked him, his widow agrees to keep Emily’s secrets ― if Emily will help find her husband’s killer. A bigger danger is a Scotland Yard inspector who threatens to arrest Emily — unless she spies on her father’s family of swindlers and conmen. Worst of all are the attacks from an unknown assailant. What will Emily face first, jail or death?

This cozy mystery is set in the era of My Fair Lady and Mary Poppins, of early automobiles and aeroplanes, and of King Edward VII and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. If you enjoyed the Victorian Bookshop Mysteries, you’ll like Emily Gates and the collection of aristocrats and thieves in her world as they step into the 20th century.

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About the Author

Kate Parker has wanted to travel to 1930s England since she read her mother’s Agatha Christie and Dorothy Sayers mysteries when she was a schoolgirl. After many years of studying science, she decided a time travel machine was out of the question so she found herself limited to reading about the period and visiting historic sites. Her love of this fascinating and challenging period led her to the research from which the Deadly series grew. Eventually, she found it necessary to spend several days in the British Library reading old newspapers, which meant another trip to England. Near Christmas. A sacrifice she’d gladly make every year.

Author Links:

Website: www.KateParkerbooks.com

Facebook: www.Facebook.com/Author.Kate.Parker/

Twitter: www.twitter.com/KateParkerbooks

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7123001.Kate_Parker

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BOOK REVIEW – Pressing the Issue

4 out of 5 stars.

Welcome! I’m still working on getting caught up on reviews. Today’s review is for Pressing the Issue, the sixth book in the Cookbook Nook mystery series by Daryl Wood Gerber. I’ve been waiting for this book for a long time and it did not disappoint at all!

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Pressing the Issue (A Cookbook Nook Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
6th in the series
Beyond the Page Publishing (February 20, 2018)
Print version: 350 pages
ASIN: B07955HXRS
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Synopsis

As the annual Renaissance Fair comes to Crystal Cove, Jenna Hart’s Cookbook Nook is packed with tasty treats and all things medieval, while her pal Bailey is ready to swoon over her upcoming nuptials at a local vineyard. But when the two friends discover the body of the vineyard’s owner bludgeoned by a winepress, all their merriment fades, along with their hopes for a vintage year.

Which churlish varlet did the deed? Was it the victim’s errant brother, who stood to inherit the vineyards? Or the owner’s crestfallen ex-girlfriend? Mayhap it was the newly arrived comely wench, or her jealous husband. Fie on them all! Verily, Jenna can’t rest until justice is served, and she vows to track down the killer. But can she sniff out the truth before the villainous culprit strikes again?

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I was waiting for this book to come out ever since the fifth one, Grilling the Subject had been published in August 2016. I’m thrilled that Daryl Wood Gerber found another publisher to continue the series as I really enjoy it. Even though I’d had a long wait between books, this newest installment in the series did not disappoint at all!

It was so good to be back in Crystal Cove with Jenna, Aunt Vera, Bailey, Katie, Rhett, and the rest of the townspeople. It’s one thing I love about reading series – the characters start to feel like they’re old friends that you’re visiting. These are great characters. Daryl Wood Gerber has done a great job creating well-developed and complex characters. They’re fun to come back to book after book.

This plotline had several red herrings. I did wonder about the villain but I wasn’t sure about my wonderings until just before they were revealed in the end.  I was sorry the victim had to die. We’d met him in other books and I kinda liked him as a character. But alas, what’s a mystery without a victim of some sort?

This is definitely a series that you want to read from the beginning, starting with Final Sentence, the first book in the series. Each of the mysteries are stand-alone but there’s a lot of back story that will make MUCH more sense if you read the books in order.

I do recommend the series for cozy mystery fans. Come join the fun in Crystal Cove and get to know this great cast of characters!

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About the Author

DarylWoodGerber.jpgAgatha Award-winning and nationally bestselling author DARYL WOOD GERBER crosses genres again with her second stand-alone suspense thriller, DAY OF SECRETS. Daryl also writes the bestselling COOKBOOK NOOK MYSTERIES and will soon debut the new FRENCH BISTRO MYSTERIES. As Avery Aames, she pens the bestselling CHEESE SHOP MYSTERIES. Little known fact: Daryl has jumped out of a perfectly good airplane, and she has hitchhiked around Ireland by herself. Fun tidbit: as an actress, Daryl appeared in “Murder, She Wrote.” She loves to read, cook, and golf. She has a frisky Goldendoodle named Sparky who keeps her in line!

BLOG TOUR – Deadly Reception – GUEST POST

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Welcome! Today, I’m hosting a spot for the Great Escapes Virtual Book Tour for Deadly Reception by Karen Randau. Today’s post includes a guest post by Ms. Randau. Information about the book, including purchase links will be below the guest post.  Special thanks to Ms. Randau for providing the guest post for today’s stop!

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Cliff Avery here, detective on the police force of Rim Vista, Arizona. I was born in the imagination of Karen Randau, author of the Rim Country Mystery series but have taken on a life of my own since then. She and my eccentric Aunt Zelda claim I was raised in Texas. Aunt Zelda moved us to Arizona after my father beat my mother to death.

That last part was true.

My most important role is husband to the narrator of Karen’s books, Rita. My wife says I remind her of the guy who plays FBI agent Seeley Booth on the TV show Bones. I’m okay with that. Booth is patriotic, enjoys a good joke, has experienced tragedy, doesn’t always follow the rules, and knows how to love a woman.

Yeah.

Rita is my partner in every way imaginable, including how she helps me investigate cases as a fledgling private investigator. People have said we’re an unconventional team, but I like it that way. So does Rita.

I met my wife the day her first husband was the first of fourteen people killed in a shooting at the local movie theater. Rita and Jared were celebrating their thirtieth wedding anniversary.

I spotted Rita across the lobby minutes after the shooting. She was sitting on a bench, covered in Jared’s blood, trembling. The scene reminded me of the day my first wife died from a bear attack twenty years earlier. I wanted to help her.

Rita didn’t know what a beautiful and talented woman she was back then. I like to think I helped her find herself. I fell for her the second I set eyes on her but kept it professional until we solved the case. I felt bad for her as she uncovered layers of secrets that Jared had kept from her their entire marriage.

We married two years later and honeymooned in Scotland. Rita stood right there beside me as I unraveled the lies Aunt Zelda had told me about my family history when I was a kid. On that trip and on several occasions after that, Rita’s saved my life. Man, can that woman fight!

I’m a lucky guy.

In Deadly Reception, Karen brought the family cast of her books to New Jersey’s cushy Tawnee Mountain Resort for the wedding of my step-daughter Zoe. Too bad a murderer left a surprise for us in our closet and threatened to ruin Zoe’s special day. As usual, Rita’s devotion to our family came through, and Zoe’s wedding was mostly a success.

We still had plenty of excitement through Karen’s story, though. Our first three suspects came from Rita’s discovery of the victim’s secrets, then the whole thing just kind of exploded from there.

When you read the book, I think you’ll be as impressed as I was when Rita showed off the skills her first husband taught her during years of Family Fight Night every Friday. I think he knew his sins would come back to haunt his family. Did it ever! Once again, Rita saved herself, me, and a local police officer from a sticky situation.

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About the Book

Deadly Reception (Tawnee Mountain Mysteries)

Suspense Thriller Mystery
Self Published (April 16, 2018)
Paperback: 138 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1984380807
Digital ASIN: B079DGBW37

Purchase Links: Amazon

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Synopsis

A severed head. A philandering husband. A skeleton in the basement. This was not the perfect wedding Rita Avery planned for her daughter Zoe!

Rita Avery and her detective husband Cliff arrive at New Jersey’s Tawnee Mountain Resort prepared to greet Zoe’s wedding guests in just three hours. Who would have expected to find a man’s torso in their closet?

Things explode into high gear when the victim’s head shows up at the golf equipment shack. A good look at his social media makes Rita wonder if a wife murdered her husband as revenge for infidelity. Or did a secret admirer decide to liberate the wife from her scoundrel husband?

Worse, is Zoe in life-threatening danger . . . again?

And will Rita and Cliff escape the trap in which the murderer snares them?

Murder and a passel of twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Zoe’s wedding is the most exciting you’ll attend!

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About the Series

Deadly Reception is a part of the Tawnee Mountain Mysteries series, a collection of seven brand new mysteries, from seven award-winning and bestselling authors, taking place at the same final destination, the Tawnee Mountain Resort.

Deadly Reception features characters from Karen Randau’s Rim Country Mysteries series.

Each book in this multi-author series is a standalone novella, and the series can be read in any order.
The Tawnee Mountain Mysteries series includes:

Leona’s Last Resort by Karen M. Bryson
Dark Side of the Mountain by R.J. Rosatte
Deadly Reception by Karen Randau
Black Diamond Graves by Wendy Fallon
Deadly Misfire by Laurie Fagen
Cassidy’s Deadly Exit by Marla J. Hayes
The Quinnipiac Disappearance by Lee Tidball

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About the Author

Karen Randau recently retired from an international humanitarian aid organization where she worked in marketing communications for nearly three decades.

Her Rim Country Mysteries series currently has three novels: DEADLY DECEIT, about a woman whose husband was one of fourteen people killed in a movie theater shooting; DEADLY INHERITANCE, about the same woman who has remarried and gets locked in a Viking burial cave with a lit stick of dynamite while honeymooning in Scotland; and DEADLY CHOICES, about the same woman finding the mother she hasn’t seen in twenty-five years, only to discover a devastating secret. Her fourth book, DEADLY RECEPTION, is part of the multi-author Tawnee Mountain Mystery series of novellas and features the same character unraveling the mystery of why there was a torso in her closet when she check into a posh New Jersey resort.

Karen enjoys spending time with her grown children, playing with her dog, and hiking with her husband.

Website: http://www.karenrandau.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/karenrandauauthor

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=karen+randau

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BLOG TOUR – Prestige, Privilege, & Murder – REVIEW

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4 out of 5 stars.

Welcome!  Today’s blog tour post is for Prestige, Privilege, and Murder, the first book in the Stacie Maroni mystery series by Christa Nardi. This was a delightful and fun read!

About the Book


Prestige, Privilege & Murder (A Stacie Maroni Mystery)Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Self Published (January 10, 2018)
Print Length: 182 pages
ASIN: B078N1M422

Purchase Links: Amazon

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Synopsis

Money isn’t worth killing for, or is it?

When her estranged husband is murdered, Stacie Maroni Noth is quickly identified as the main suspect. With divorce papers not yet signed, she may get a substantial inheritance – a clear motive in the eyes of both Noth’s family and the police. His family and law firm strive to keep up the pretense that all is above reproach and idyllic. In her quest to prove her innocence, however, Stacie discovers she’s not the only one with a motive for murder. Could it be a colleague at the prestigious law firm where he worked? Or is it tied to the victim’s stance on domestic violence? Or maybe even his threats to reveal family secrets? Whatever the true motive may be, it soon becomes clear that Stacie might be the next victim.

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Review

This was a delightful first book in the series. I really enjoyed it all.

The characters are pretty well-rounded. There’s backstory that I hope we’ll get as the series goes on, but they seem to be complex with well-thought-out pasts and histories. I really like Stacie and am looking forward to getting to know her more in the future of the series.

The setting and character descriptions in this series were a little on the sparse side. I had trouble imagining things, but I’d rather an author err on the side of caution and being sparse than to over describe things.

The plot line was great. I had no idea at all who had killed the victim until just before it was revealed. There were some red herrings tossed in that made it hard to zero in on the villain.

I’m definitely reading more in this series and I definitely recommend it to cozy mystery lovers!

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About the Author

Christa Nardi is and always has been an avid reader. Her favorite authors have shifted from Carolyn Keene and Earl Stanley Gardner to more contemporary mystery/crime authors over time, but mystery along with romance are her preferred choices for leisure reading. Christa also has been a long time writer from poetry and short stories to cozy mystery. She is the author of the Cold Creek Series and co-authors a young adult mystery series with Cassidy Salem.

Author Links

Amazon Author page: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00G8SBCKK

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7257539.Christa_Nardi

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christa.nardi.5

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChristaN7777

Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/christa-nardi

Blog: https://christanardi.blogspot.com

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