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Sunday, March 1, 2015

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FLAMENCO, FLAN, and FATALITIES 
Book 2 in the Happy Hoofers Mystery series
by
Mary McHugh


FLAMENCO, FLAN, and FATALITIES


The high-kicking Happy Hoofers--Tina, Janice, Pat, Mary Louise, and Gini--have been booked to flaunt their fabulous flamenco footwork on a luxury train ride through northern Spain. But when a blowhard talk show host is found deader than four-day-old flan--with Gini as suspect numero uno--the feisty friends waste no time stepping into their sleuthing shoes to protect one of their own. 

The dynamite dancers will have to step up their game before a clever killer brings the curtain down on one of them . . . for good! 

Includes Photo Tips And Tasty Recipes


Author Mary McHugh


I live in Chatham, New Jersey and spend as much time in New York City as I can. I love that city! My husband and I have a date every Friday and have lunch in the city and go to a movie. especially foreign films. I love Cape Cod and hope to live there some day and look at the ocean while I write away on my laptop. I love Paris and go there whenever I can. I studied there for a year when I was very young and I even like the French. I have a one-woman act based on "How Not to Become a Little Old Lady," which I perform for women's groups and I do my impression of bacon frying, share my chocolate and wine diet, show illustrations from this book and my other humor books, and do a little tap dance at the end. I have a daughter who lives on Mercer Island, Washington and three grandsons who are perfect. My life is very full and I love talking to other writers.

Other books in the Happy Hoofers Mystery series include...

Book 1 
CHORUS LINES, CAVIAR, and CORPSES


This is the first in a new series - with recipes. There's no pussy-footing around murder...It's never too late to kick up your heels. Just ask Tina, Janice, Pat, Mary Louise, and Gini - aka the Happy Hoofers. After posting a video of their tap-dancing routine on the Internet, the leggy ladies find themselves booked to perform on a Russian river cruise up the Volga from Moscow to St. Petersburg. But when murder cuts in, the five fabulous friends find it's not so easy to tap their troubles away. A crew member has been killed, and a passenger is missing. With a killer on board, the Hoofers need to watch their step. But with a little fancy footwork, these soft-shoe sleuths may get a leg up on a killer who's cruising for a bruising...It includes travel tips and tasty recipes.

Book 3
CANCANS, CROISSANTS, and CASKETS


With Photo Tips And Recipes!
You can’t tiptoe when murder’s afoot…
It’s Bastille Day in Paris. The Happy Hoofers—Tina, Janice, Pat, Mary Louise, and Gini—are all set to kick off the fete by dancing the cancan on a beautiful sightseeing cruise down the Seine. As the leggy ladies soak in the magic of the city of lights, everything is magnifique…until a very important patron goes belly-up on the top deck.
On the heels of their French debut, murder takes center stage. The five daring dancers will need to step lively to stop the crafty killer fast…or their grand finale will turn out far more explosive than the fireworks over the Eiffel Tower…
Includes Fashion Tips And Tasty Recipes

August 25, 2015 Release date

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8 comments:

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    1. I haven't finished this one, but the first in the series was a lot of fun!

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  2. Happy Monday, Lisa! I loved learning about Mary. She sounds as much fun as her Happy Hoofers!

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    1. Pat, Mary is a real sweetheart. A lot of fun to talk to.

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  3. I have the first book in my tbr. This one sounds like a fun read too!!

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  4. I'll have to put them on my TBR list!!
    Kathy Meim

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  5. Definitely looks like a series I would like. Will put it on my to read list.

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