Tuesday, December 31, 2019


THEATER NIGHTS ARE MURDER
Book 4 in the Poppy McAllister Mysteries
by Libby Klein


The last thing gluten-free baker Poppy McAllister needs in her life is more drama—or more murder . . .
 
Poppy thought her toughest challenge this winter would be sticking to her Paleo diet and filling all her orders for her gluten-free goodies, but now she has to choose between two suitors. She’s not the only one with boyfriend drama. Aunt Ginny’s long-ago high-school beau, Royce Hanson, a retired Broadway actor, has returned to Cape May, New Jersey, to star in a Senior Center staging of Mamma Mia. Leaving Aunt Ginny to wonder: What's his motivation?
 
Slated to open February 13th, the problem-plagued production seems to be cursed—with stolen props, sabotage, and even a death threat. But when a cast member plunges to his death from a catwalk, it soon becomes clear a murderer is waiting in the wings. Now Poppy, Aunt Ginny, and a supporting cast must take center stage to catch the killer—before it's curtains for someone else . . . 
 
Includes Seven Recipes from Poppy’s Kitchen!


Oh, Libby, Libby, Libby. Your books pull me in with the promise of great mysteries to solve (and they always are), but keep me laughing so hard my sides hurt! With lines like . . . It wasn’t my proudest moment, being shaken down by four old ladies . . . THEATER NIGHTS ARE MURDER is no different, and my tissue box stayed close at hand for all the tears of laughter!

Author Libby Klein has been a breath of fresh air since her first book, CLASS REUNIONS ARE MURDER. I knew she was going to be a booming voice in the cozy mystery genre, and she has not let me down.  

The way this tale took off from the first page I knew I was in for an amazing read. THEATER NIGHTS ARE MURDER, book four in the Poppy McAllister Mysteries, is more than just a cozy mystery. This book is a character driven, impossible to put down, page turning, action filled, laugh inducing, first class mystery, and all around brilliantly written story from cover to cover.

Fans of this series are going to be thrilled with this latest installment. Those new to the series are going to kick themselves for not having started it sooner.

By far one of my favorite books of 2019, THEATER NIGHTS ARE MURDER is my number one recommendation to start off your 2020 reading list. (Releases Dec 31, 2020)


Libby Klein graduated Lower Cape May Regional High School sometime in the '80s. Her classes revolved mostly around the culinary sciences and theater, with the occasional nap in Chemistry. She loves to drink coffee, bake gluten free goodies, and befriend random fluffy cats. She writes from her Northern Virginia office while trying to keep her cat Figaro off her keyboard. Most of her hobbies revolve around eating, and travel, and eating while traveling.


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Friday, December 20, 2019


Take a look at these two
great titles coming out in 2020!


In this delightful new series by the New York Times bestselling author of the Flower Shop Mysteries, Athena Spencer comes back home to work with her crazy big Greek family at their garden center. But she never expected a return to her roots would mean protecting her family from murder . . .
 
After her divorce, Athena has returned to coastal Michigan to work in her family’s garden center and raise her son, while also caring for a mischievous wild raccoon and fending off her family’s annoying talent for nagging. Working alone at the garden center one night, Athena is startled by a handsome stranger who claims to be the rightful owner of a valuable statue her grandfather purchased at a recent estate sale.
 
But she has even bigger problems on her plate. The powerful Talbot family from whom her pappoΓΊs
 bought the statue is threatening to raze the shops on Greene Street’s “Little Greece” to make way for a condo. The recent death of the family’s patriarch already seemed suspicious, but now it’s clear that a murderer is in their midst. Athena will have to live up to her warrior goddess namesake to protect her family from a killer and save their community from ruin . . .  



A series of blizzards have kept tourists away from Moosetookalook, Maine, and shoppers out of Liss MacCrimmon’s Scottish Emporium. But as warmer weather brings promises of tartan sales and new faces, melting snow reveals cold-blooded murder . . .
 
Liss has suddenly found herself in charge of the March Madness Mud Season Sale, a town-wide celebration created to boost the local economy during the slushy weeks of early spring. With businesses ailing after a rough winter, the pressure is on to make this year’s effort the can’t-miss-event of the season. But before Liss can get her hands dirty, her husband makes a horrifying discovery. There’s a dead man on their property, and he didn't die of natural causes . . .
 
Stunned by the murder mystery developing in her own backyard, Liss receives another shock. The victim is identified as Charlie MacCrimmon, an uncle believed to have died eleven years before Liss was born. No one has seen or heard from Charlie since he went off to fight in Vietnam. What secrets could he have been hiding for so many years, and who would want to kill a man long thought to be dead?
 
Enlisting the help of her family, Liss uncovers more questions than answers as she delves into her uncle’s murky past. One thing is clear—before he met his end, Uncle Charlie was desperately trying to warn her about something sinister. And unless Liss can soon track down a maniacal criminal as elusive as the Loch Ness Monster, she just might be the next MacCrimmon to disappear . . .

Check back tomorrow for two more titles!


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Thursday, December 19, 2019


Hello all!
I know I've taken a few breaks this year. And yes, I'm taking another now. I have been having some health issues. Between appointments and not feeling well, I've been having trouble keeping up. So, I'm taking a break as of today, and will be back on December 31 hosting Libby Klein on her tour for her newest book, 
THEATER NIGHTS ARE MURDER.

Just because I'm not going to be here, 
doesn't mean I want you to stop coming.
Each day I'm gone, there will be new 2020 titles for you to learn about. And I'll tell you, there are some great books coming out!

Starting with . . .


In the new Secret, Book, and Scone Society novel from New York Times bestselling author Ellery Adams, the rain in Miracle Springs, North Carolina, has been relentless—and a flood of trouble is about to be unleashed . . .
 
As the owner of Miracle Books, Nora Pennington figures all the wet weather this spring is at least good for business. The local inns are packed with stranded travelers, and among them Nora finds both new customers and a new friend, the sixtysomething Sheldon, who starts helping out at the store.
 
Since a little rain never hurt anyone, Nora rides her bike over to the flea market one sodden day and buys a bowl from Danny, a Cherokee potter. It’ll make a great present for Nora’s EMT boyfriend, but the next day, a little rain turns into a lot of rain, and the Miracle River overflows it banks. Amid the wreckage of a collapsed footbridge, a body lies within the churning water.
 
Nora and the sheriff both doubt the ruling of accidental drowning, and Nora decides it’s time for the Secret, Book, and Scone Society to spring into action. When another body turns up, it becomes clearer that Danny’s death can’t be blamed on a natural disaster. A crucial clue may lie within the stone walls of the Inn of Mist and Roses: a diary, over a century old and spattered with candle wax, that leads Nora and her friends through a maze of intrigue—and onto the trail of a murderer . . .


Cat Latimer and her writer’s retreat group go on a hiking trip—but a murderer has been lurking off the beaten path . . .
 
Cat’s sweetheart, Seth, is going all out on an outing into the local mountains—for the benefit of the writing group Cat’s hosting at her Colorado B&B. But when they try to identify some plant and animal life, they find death instead. The body belongs to a man with a gold claim a few miles away. Instead of striking it rich, he’s been struck down.
 
To his surprise, Seth recognizes the victim from his military days—and up to now believed he’d already died during his last tour of duty. Now Cat has to solve this mystery before the killer takes a hike . . .


See you tomorrow with 
two more great releases!

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Wednesday, December 18, 2019


It's Christmas time and that means many things.
Today it means COOKIES!


Catherine Bruns 
is the author of the 
COOKIES & CHANCE MYSTERIES






The newest book in her series is
GINGER SNAPPED TO DEATH
and is available now. 


From USA Today bestselling author Catherine Bruns comes a hilarious holiday whodunit!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Unless you’re Sally Muccio.

The full-time baker and sometime sleuth is ready to burst into song. She and her husband are expecting a bundle of joy, her sister’s wedding is just around the corner, and it’s Christmas, her favorite time of year. But when Sal’s the victim of a carjacking by Santa himself and a forgotten item links her to a murder, she doesn’t feel like ho-ho-hoing anymore.

Damian Ruger was a drug user, womanizer and first-class jerk. And unfortunately for Sal, she once had a connection to him in high school. The dough really hits the fan when her bakery's gingerbread cookies are found next to his dead body, and Sal's cake server is used as a murder weapon. Someone is trying to frame the expectant mother, but why? Sal has no choice but to try to clear her name...before she and the baby are singing Christmas carols in prison!

*Recipes Included!*


Do you love all those recipes 
that come in cozy mysteries? I know I do!
How would you like to have one of your own recipes in Catherine's upcoming 2020 book and have your name in the acknowledgements?
Here's your chance!

I've featured a lot of Christmas cookies in this post because of the time of year. Please keep in mind when you submit your recipe that the book it will go into is coming out in Spring.

In the comments section, share your favorite cookie recipe. Catherine will choose a winner, and that reader's cookie recipe will be featured in her newest Cookies & Chance Mystery due out in April or May, along with an acknowledgement!

It's that simple!


The only rule is, the recipe must be your own,
 or handed down to you.
(Please, no recipes that have been found online or from other publications. 
Catherine can only use recipes that she has permission to use. 
We don't want her to get in trouble.)

You can submit your recipes until 
Sunday, December 22nd, 11:59 pm

 

Once again, just leave your recipe in the comments sections (if it's easier for you, you can send your recipes to 

Your recipes will not be publicly displayed. Catherine and I will be the only ones to see them. 
The winning recipe will be included in Catherine's new Cookies & Chance book.


(Once the winner has been announced, if any of you would like to share your recipe, I'd love to post it on an upcoming blog post.)

What are you waiting for?
Start submitting those recipes!
One entry per reader please.


About Catherine


About Catherine Bruns

Catherine is the USA Today bestselling author of the Cookies & Chance mysteries. She lives in New York with her very patient husband, three sons, and several spoiled pets. Catherine has a B.A. in English and is a former newspaper reporter and press release writer. Her latest release, Penne Dreadful, is the first book in the new Italian Chef Mysteries. She also writes the Cindy York real estate and Carrie Jorgenson (Aloha Lagoon) culinary series. Her book, For Sale by Killer, won the 2019 Daphne du Maurier award for Mainstream Mystery/Suspense.

Get a free ebook when you sign up for Catherine's newsletter at http://catherinebruns.net/newsletter_bruns/newsletter.html

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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Today I'm so excited to have author 
Larissa Reinhart
 spending the day with us.


Larissa is so excited over the release of her new book, 
17.5 CARTRIDGES IN A PEAR TREE
that she wanted to celebrate with us!

Larissa will spend the day answering questions from you! Just leave your question in the comments section, and Larissa will respond.

(Please keep in mind,  1)Your comment needs to be a question to Larissa, and 2) I moderate all comments (Not because of my readers, but because of Spammers who weigh the blog down with ads, scams, and junk) so, your questions won't appear right away, nor will Larissa's answers. I'll check back often in the day and try to get them posted as fast as possible.)


RING IN ANOTHER YEAR WITH THE “FRESH, FUNNY, AND FIESTY STAR DETECTIVE”
Raiders of the Lost Ark meets The Maltese Falcon in this Maizie Albright Star Detective New Year’s Eve action & adventure-styled, humorous, romantic crime caper from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Larissa Reinhart.

“The mystery and detective cases drive the story, but Larissa Reinhart’s characters steal the show every time.” — The Girl with Book Lungs

This New Year’s Eve, Maizie Albright’s happy to leave aside her Hollywood alde lang syne for the sake of a new life with family and friends in Black Pine, Georgia. There are so many reasons to celebrate.
A new home with her father’s family
Her new career as an assistant private investigator to hunky Wyatt Nash.
A new love life with hunky Wyatt Nash…

However, a new career and home mean responsibilities. Like getting called in on a case on New Year’s Eve day. And babysitting Remi, her half-sister (and possibly half-Tasmanian devil) while her dad's out of town. What’s a private investigator in training to do?
Make New Year’s Eve day “take your sister to work day.”

But when a woman arrives at Nash Security Solutions, asking about an old movie prop Maizie had given to her father, her New Year’s Eve gets crazier than Times Square at midnight. Before champagne toasts and the Big Peach drops, Maizie has twelve hours to reprise her most detested role to protect her family from old acquaintances best forgot and never brought to mind. Will these ruthless villains pop Maizie’s cork before the clock strikes twelve? Or worse yet, drop the ball on her sister?


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!!!GIVEAWAY!!!

One lucky commenter will win a
$10.00 Amazon Gift Card
and
Maizie Albright swag!

(You can ask as many questions as you'd like, but please ask them in the same comment. Please one comment only)


Questions must be received by 
 11:59 pm (EST) Thursday the 19.

Winner will be announced here. 
So check back Friday 20!

17.5 CARTRIDGES IN A PEAR TREE 
release day
Larissa Reinhart

Thanks so much for celebrating my release with me today and thanks to Lisa K for hosting! I’m thrilled to bring you this “between cases” novella from the Maizie Albright Star Detective series.

In actuality, I wasn’t supposed to write this book. I was supposed to be writing her next book, 18 CALIBER. Which was what I had been doing when I got this idea…

Let me back up.

How many of y’all are RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK fans? When I was in high school ( and college) (and now, possibly), I was in love with Indiana Jones. He and my Grandpa inspired me to study ancient art history and archaeology in college.

Anybody else Indiana Jones’s secret love? ;)

I wanted to be Marion Ravenwood. I loved her spunk. I loved her grit. I loved her ability to outdrink men.    She could flirt and she could fight. She was the coolest heroine I’d ever seen. Plus Indy Jones was her guy. Who wouldn’t want to be Marion Ravenwood?

So while writing 18 CALIBER, I got this idea about letting Maizie play Marion Ravenwood. Sort of. Maizie is no Marion. Maizie doesn’t drink and the only fighting she knows is stage kung fu from her days playing the preteen heroine, Kung Fu Kate. In fact, most of Maizie’s pluck and determination comes from characters she’s played as a child and teen actress. However, she is slowly realizing (with Nash’s help) that her characters’ courage and cleverness comes from inside her and not the other way around.

When I got the idea for 17.5 CARTRIDGES, I couldn’t resist using Raiders of the Lost Ark themes in the plot. I’d love to know if you can spot the scenes because 17.5 CARTRIDGES doesn’t take place in Egypt, it’s New Year’s Eve day in the North Georgia mountain resort town of Black Pine.

Giveaway question:
Who’s Your Favorite Spunky Heroine?

Giveaway:3 winners will win a Dixie Kreme Donut coaster (Lamar’s donut shop which is below Nash & Maizie’s private investigations office) and a $5 Starbucks card (so you can get a coffee with your donut), plus some other goodies.



About 17.5 Cartridges in a Pear Tree:

RING IN ANOTHER YEAR WITH THE “FRESH, FUNNY, AND FIESTY STAR DETECTIVE”

Raiders of the Lost Ark meets The Maltese Falcon in this Maizie Albright Star Detective New Year’s Eve action & adventure-styled, humorous, romantic crime caper from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Larissa Reinhart.
The mystery and detective cases drive the story, but Larissa Reinhart’s characters steal the show every time.” — The Girl with Book Lungs
This New Year’s Eve, Maizie Albright’s happy to leave aside her Hollywood alde lang syne for the sake of a new life with family and friends in Black Pine, Georgia. There are so many reasons to celebrate.
A new home with her father’s family.
Her new career as an assistant private investigator to hunky Wyatt Nash.
A new love life with hunky Wyatt Nash…
However, a new career and home mean responsibilities. Like getting called in on a case on New Year’s Eve day. And babysitting Remi, her half-sister (and possibly half-Tasmanian devil) while her dad's out of town. What’s a private investigator in training to do?
Make New Year’s Eve “take your sister to work day.”
But when a woman arrives at Nash Security Solutions, asking about an old movie prop Maizie had given to her father, her New Year’s Eve gets crazier than Times Square at midnight. Before champagne toasts and the Big Peach drops, Maizie has twelve hours to reprise her most detested role to protect her family from old acquaintances best forgot and never brought to mind. Will these ruthless villains pop Maizie’s cork before the clock strikes twelve? Or worse yet, drop the ball on her baby sister?
For a fun and wacky holiday adventure, catch up with Maizie and Nash and download 17.5 Cartridges today! 
Links:
Maizie Albright Star Detective Series
    •       15 MINUTES
    •       16 MILLIMETERS
    •       NC-17
    •       A VIEW TO A CHILL
    •       17.5 CARTRIDGES IN A PEAR TREE
    •       18 CALIBER (2020)
Other series by Larissa Reinhart:
A Cherry Tucker Mystery series
Finley Goodhart Crime Capers
About Larissa

A Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Larissa writes the Cherry Tucker Mystery, Maizie Albright Star Detective, and Finley Goodhart Crime Caper series as well as romantic comedies and women’s fiction. She loves to tell funny stories about Southern women looking for love (and sometimes dead bodies) in all the wrong places. 
Her books have been chosen as book club picks by Woman's World Magazine and Hot Mystery Reviews. They've also been finalists for Georgia Author of the Year, the Silver Falchion, the Daphne du Maurier Award, The Emily Award, and Dixie Kane Memorial. Her work also appeared in the 2017 Silver Falchion Reader’s Choice winner, Eight Mystery Writers You Should Be Reading Now
You might have seen Larissa and family with their little dog, Biscuit, on HGTV's House Hunters International "Living for the Weekend in Nagoya" episode, but they’re back in Georgia now. Visit LarissaReinhart.com to learn more.

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The ebook version of the first Maizie Albright Star Detective, 15 MINUTES, is free right now!

Available for most devices and countries: books2read.com/15

An excerpt from 17.5 Cartridges in a Pear Tree:
Remi slid through the French doors, then tiptoed toward the tree, shimmied under my arm, and leaned against me. "What are you looking at?" She cocked her head, studying the tree.
"I love Christmas trees," I said. "Some people might think it's weird to have a tree full of hunting ornaments, but it reminds me of Daddy, so I like it."
"That's why we each get a tree," said Remi. "But mine's not weird."
I held back my thoughts on her ornament hanging methods. "Your mom's kitchen tree is super cute with all the metal cookie cutters hanging on it."
"Usually she hangs cookies on it, but they got eaten this year." Remi patted me. "It's okay. Next year, you'll know better."
A piece of wood popped in the fire, and above us the doorbell chimed a heavy gong. I shrieked and Remi jumped, landing on my foot. Wincing, I freed my foot from beneath her boot heel.
"Is it Mr. Nash?" she said.
"Maybe." But I had a feeling he was in a hurry to return to the office to learn more about the client who wanted my bullet necklace. I checked the monitor by the door. A group of three men stood on the porch.
"That's not Nash. How'd they get to the front door? The gates should be closed." I immediately regretted my words.
"The alarms." Remi's voice pitched to a high whine. "You didn't turn them on and now the Grinch is here. He must've heard about my trap."
"It's not the Grinch." But I had turned the alarm on. I peered at the dark system panel.
"Oh, good,” said Remi.
I spun around, too late. Remi had already opened the door. It creaked, swinging wide, and an eddy of snow blew in on an icy gust. A middle-aged man in a wool trilby and trench coat crossed the threshold. Two men had flanked him, and as he moved forward, they filled the doorway behind him. Involuntarily, I slid backward and pushed Remi behind me, holding her with my left arm. I hesitated, glancing at where the open door rested against the wall. It felt impolite to walk over to grasp the handle, particularly with Remi now clinging to my waist.
"Good day, Miss Albright." The man had an odd accent I couldn't place. "I'm a big fan."
"Thank you, but I don't—"
Moving forward, he held out a gloved hand for me to shake. "I'm Rudolph Gentz. I am sorry to show up on New Year's Eve, but I need your help."
"He's not Rudolph. It's the Grinch," whispered Remi, peeking around my back. "His skin is green.”
Beneath the gray herringbone trilby, his chalky complexion almost looked green. His pallor made a startling contrast to his dark eyes. Despite his pastiness, he was tall and solidly built. But it wasn't his size that dominated. The air seemed to vibrate around him. His presence seemed to fill the room.
I gripped Remi's arm. "What do you want, Mr. Gentz?"
"May I?" Not waiting for my reply, Gentz strode into the foyer to warm himself by the fire. His cohorts followed, shutting the door behind them. Facing the fireplace, he said, "It's so chilly outside. But the sun should be out soon."
Shocked by his presumptuousness, I floundered for words.  
"Is your father home, Miss Albright?" said Gentz, slowly pulling off his gloves. He shoved them in his pocket and turned from the fireplace.
"No, come back later," said Remi.
"She means he'll be back later." I pressed Remi closer. "Did you need to talk to my dad? Are you a business associate?"
"I hope to do business with him. I want to purchase something from him, at a very good price."
"Today? It's New Year's Eve. Kind of a holiday?"
"It can't wait. My employer wants it very badly. Before the clock strikes twelve, so to speak. So he sent me all they way to Georgia to see if I could retrieve this special gift. He just learned you might have it. As it’s still morning, I think it shouldn’t be a problem getting it to him in time."
Remi popped her head from behind my back. "Why didn't he get it for Christmas? Is it because his heart is two sizes too small?"
Gentz forced a raspy heh-heh-heh chuckle. "Very cute, this one."
"What is this thing your employer wants?" I dreaded the answer. Was he also working for Ms. Wonderly's ogre of a boss?
"The same thing Mr. Wyatt Nash's client wants. Surely, you suspected there'd be other interested parties." Gentz smiled, showing his teeth. He could do the fake smile, unlike Nash, although Gentz's was creepier. "I understand you gave it to your father a long time ago. Perhaps you know where he keeps it?"
What was going on with that necklace? It was just eighteen long, brass bullets, each tied to the woven leather cord. Heavy as Hades when you wore it paired with a bandolier of bullets and a rocket launcher on a frigid soundstage that was mostly green screen.
To be honest, although I'd told Nash all that stuff about not wanting the necklace to become a symbol of vigilante violence, I'd mostly wanted to keep it as that special father-daughter gift it was meant to be.
This was what happened when I tried to sound intelligent instead of honest.
"Why now?"
"The fifth anniversary of Warhead Girl is New Year's Day. It also marks the year the story was set. The writer thought a cataclysmic event would happen tomorrow."
"You know your movie facts," I said. "But you have some trivia confused. The comic it was based on was written about fifty years ago. The screenwriter kept the original date, even though it didn't make much sense that within five years, a country called Nuke would begin a global war."
Gentz chortled his disturbing heh-heh-heh giggle. "Yes, the Supreme Commander. My favorite character."
Weirdo. The Supreme Commander was a fanatical evil dictator. "I meant why are you looking for the necklace today? Why not a year, or a month ago, or even yesterday?"
"Perhaps you aren't aware that in recent entertainment news, another studio has announced they are making the sequel. Someone told reporters this sweet story about you giving your father the necklace."
"I no longer pay attention to that sort of gossip. Usually it’s not true.” I lifted my chin.
"That's unfortunate. Your father still has the bullet necklace, though?"
"I knew it. He's here for the decorations. I've got to save the roast beast," screamed Remi, ripping away from my hold. She charged down the hallway.
"Remi," I called, then stopped. Hopefully, she'd lock herself in her room and I'd calm her down later.
Gentz nodded at the two men. They'd remained so quiet I'd almost forgotten them. Henchmen. They were too skulky and lurky in their winter trench coats to be business associates.
The shorter of the two men — Igor, if there ever was one — jerked his head. The taller — Must be Oddjob — followed him down the hall to the back of the house. The same direction in which Remi had just proceeded.
"Hey, what are you doing?"
"We're retrieving your sister for you. For her safety." Before I could make sense of his words, Gentz grabbed my arm and plucked my phone from my back pocket. "Now go get the necklace."


Start asking Larissa your quesitions! 
Please just remember . . . 

1. I moderate all comments (Not because of my readers, but because of Spammers who weigh the blog down with ads, scams, and junk) so, your questions won't appear right away, nor will Larissa's answers. I'll check back often in the day and try to get them posted as fast as possible.

2. Your comment needs to be a question.
Questions must be received by 
 11:59 pm (EST) Thursday the 19.

3. Winner will be announced here. 
So check back Friday 20!

Have fun!


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