Genre: Mystery

Confessions of a Red Herring by Dana Dratch

Confessions of a Red Herring..

Character Interview with Alex Vlodnachek 1) Alex, what made you want to be a reporter? Well, I’m kind of nosy. So the idea of being able to ask questions for a living was appealing. I also felt like it was a way to contribute and make the world a little better. Plus, have you ever […]

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Posted June 9, 2018
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Don’t Believe It by Charlie Donlea – Guest Post

Don’t Believe It by Ch..

A Caribbean resort. A grisly murder. A documentary filmmaker looking for answers. In the early ‘90s, John Grisham published a novel called The Firm. In it, a shadyMemphis law firm routinely flew its attorneys to Grand Cayman for long weekends, putting them up in the firm’s beachside condo and allowing the overworked lawyers some R&R. […]

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Posted May 28, 2018
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Dangerous Mistakes by Susan Hunter

Dangerous Mistakes by Susan ..

Excerpt | Dangerous Mistakes by Susan Hunter Chapter 1 “All of us are dying.” “Well, yes, I guess I can’t argue with that, Betty,” I said to the slight, white-haired woman seated behind my desk in the newsroom. I had come barreling in to pick up a new notebook, late for my next assignment. “Oops, […]

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Posted May 18, 2018
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Dangerous Habits by Susan Hunter – Review

Dangerous Habits by Susan Hu..

My Thoughts Dangerous Habits by Susan Hunter is the first book in the Leah Nash mystery series. I wouldn’t call this a cozy mystery book, but a regular mystery. There’s a lot more action, as well as some situations that wouldn’t occur in a cozy mystery. Dangerous Habits is set in small-town Wisconsin where Leah […]

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Posted May 4, 2018
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Unnatural Causes by Dawn Eastman

Unnatural Causes by Dawn Eas..

My Thoughts Unnatural Causes by Dawn Eastman is the first book in the Dr. Katie LeClair mystery series. I found this to be a suspenseful mystery that had me juggling quite a few suspects along the way. I love the redirections thrown in and the way the story just kept growing. I thought the ending […]

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Posted December 21, 2017
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Margaritas, Mayhem and Murder by Mary Cunningham – Fast Five with Andi Anna Jones (and giveaway)

Margaritas, Mayhem and Murde..

Fast Five with Andi Anna Jones 1) As a travel agent, you must love travel. Where are your favorite places to go? Really? You assume I love travel? I suppose that’s a popular misconception about agents. Actually, I get so sick of hearing customer complaints, personal travel is about the last thing I want to […]

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Posted December 1, 2017
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Death at the Emerald by R.J. Koreto – Guest Post and Giveaway

Death at the Emerald by R.J...

Lady Frances and Mallow: Friends and Colleagues My sleuth, Lady Frances Ffolkes, employs a maid, probably the most conventional thing she does. And exploring their relationship is the most fun I have in writing my mysteries! Frances, of course, is a very non-traditional heroine in turn-of-the-century England. Although times were changing, some conventions were set […]

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Posted November 17, 2017
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Lies She Told by Cate Holahan

Lies She Told by Cate Holaha..

Guest Post Thanks for having me on the blog to share a bit about my third novel, Lies She Told. My favorite line in Lies She Told comes in the first act. Liza Cole, my author protagonist, is explaining how she develops her stories. “I don’t invent my characters, I steal them from my surroundings. […]

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Posted September 18, 2017
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Calamity at the Continental Club by Colleen J. Shogan – Guest Post + 2 Giveaways

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Mixing It Up Calamity at the Continental Club, the third book in the Washington Whodunit series, is set at a fictitious social club in Washington. Due in part to my day job as a senior executive at the Library of Congress, I’m a member of D.C.’s Cosmos Club, which has been in existence since 1878. […]

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Posted July 27, 2017
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New Sins for Old Scores by Tj O’Connor – Guest Post

New Sins for Old Scores by T..

The Real Sins in New Sins for Old Scores Tj O’Connor Murder, like history, often repeats itself. And that, my friends, is the premise for my new murder mystery, New Sins for Old Scores from Black Opal Books. My fourth mystery follows similar footsteps of my last series—a murder mystery with a paranormal twist that […]

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Posted July 23, 2017
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