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Food Blogger Mystery Series, Sunday Snippet

Sunday Snippet

Her headlights shone on the white garage door and her mouth gaped opened at the large block letters scrawled across the door.

𝑆𝑡𝑎𝑦 𝑜𝑢𝑡 𝑜𝑓 𝑖𝑡.

“A suspenseful finale delivers not just tense moments, but a heroine who must deal with the resulting trauma. This realism makes it a standout novel in the abundant cozy mystery genre.”

~KRL News & Reviews

THREE WIDOWS AND A CORPSE

☑️Mystery with recipes

☑️Small, New England town

☑️Three warring widows

☑️Adorable dog

***Blurb***

Food blogger Hope Early finds one item not on her scavenger hunt list—a dead husband . . .
Between developing her food blog, Hope at Home, and choosing low-cal recipes for a feature in Cooking Now! magazine, Hope has a full plate. Still, she’s never too busy to compete in a Jefferson, Connecticut, tradition—the town’s annual scavenger hunt.

But as she races with her team to check off the next item, Hope discovers a grisly surprise—the body of shady real estate developer Lionel Whitcomb, shot in a parking lot. His wife Elaine, who’s also in the hunt, gasps and nearly faints. But two other women on the scene cry out that their husband is dead.

Includes recipes from Hope’s Kitchen.

Food Blogger Mystery Series

Giveaway for THE CORPSE IN THE GAZEBO

I’ve always loved aprons and I have a small collection of them. My new favorite is the one I created for the upcoming release of THE CORPSE IN THE GAZEBO, book 5 in the Food Blogger Mystery Series. In fact, I just wore it recently to whip up a batch of blueberry muffins.

To celebrate the release of THE CORPSE IN THE GAZEBO, which is available for pre-order from your favorite book retailer, I’m holding a giveaway! Pre-order THE CORPSE IN THE GAZEBO between now and Sept 27th and with your receipt, you will be entered into a giveaway for a Food Blogger apron and a $10 gift card to either Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Two winners (shipping to US addresses only & one winner per household) will be randomly selected.

Email your receipt to: Preorderthecorpseinthegazebo@gmail.com

Food Blogger Mystery Series, Sunday Snippet, The Uninvited Corpse

Sunday Snippet

Jane leaned closer and in a quieter voice she said, “Sounds like a classic mystery, starting off with an uninvited guest. There’s a story here, dear.”

“This had been a quick read, addictive and a lot of guessing through all the pages.” ~Varietats


THE UNINVITED CORPSE

☑️ First-in-series
☑️Small, New England town
☑️Fun characters
☑️Adorable dog

***Blurb***

Leaving behind a failed career as a magazine editor and an embarrassing stint on a reality baking show, newly divorced lifestyle entrepreneur Hope Early thought things were finally on the upswing—until she comes face-to-face with a murderer . . .

Hope’s schedule is already jam packed with recipe testing and shameless plugs for her food blog as she rushes off to attend a spring garden tour in the charming town of Jefferson, Connecticut. Unfortunately, it isn’t the perfectly arranged potted plants that grab her attention—it’s the bloody body of reviled real estate agent Peaches McCoy . . .

One of the tour guests committed murder, and all eyes are on Hope’s older sister, Claire Dixon—who, at best, saw Peaches as a professional rival. And suspicions really heat up when another murder occurs the following night. Now, with two messy murders shaking Jefferson and all evidence pointing to Claire, Hope must set aside her burgeoning brand to prove her sister’s innocence. But the closer she gets to the truth, the closer she gets to a killer intent on making sure her life goes permanently out of style . . .

Includes Recipes from Hope’s Kitchen!

Food Blogger Mystery Series

THREE WIDOWS AND A CORPSE is on sale!

The sales keep coming! Today and tomorrow (9/10/20) THREE WIDOWS AND A CORPSE ebook is on sale for only $0.99. Talk about a deal. 🙂

What people are saying about THREE WIDOWS AND A CORPSE.

Emotionally charged and full of shady connections, this is a book about moving forward and dealing with life’s difficult situations head-on . . . You may want to read this book while waiting for a few of the delicious recipes included to bake up.
~Laura’s Interests

 

 

Food blogger Hope Early finds one item not on her scavenger hunt list—a dead husband . . .

Between developing her food blog, Hope at Home, and choosing low-cal recipes for a feature in Cooking Now! magazine, Hope has a full plate. Still, she’s never too busy to compete in a Jefferson, Connecticut, tradition—the town’s annual scavenger hunt.

But as she races with her team to check off the next item, Hope discovers a grisly surprise—the body of shady real estate developer Lionel Whitcomb, shot in a parking lot. His wife Elaine, who’s also in the hunt, gasps and nearly faints. But two other women on the scene cry out that their husband is dead.

It turns out this louse of a spouse was more than a little lax in legally divorcing his former wives. Did one of them put a bullet in the bigamist? Number one suspect and number three wife Elaine begs Hope to investigate. Now Hope is on a new kind of hunt—for a cold-hearted killer and triple widow-maker . . .

Includes Recipes from Hope’s Kitchen!

AVAILABLE AT YOUR FAVORITE E-BOOK RETAILER.

Food Blogger Mystery Series

THE HIDDEN CORPSE is on sale!

This is the time of the year we’re transitioning from our beach reads to our cozy fall reads and it’s also the best time to score some sale prices on books we’ve been wanting to read. I picked up three books that were on sale last week and they’re queued up in my Kindle app to be read over the next few weeks. As a reader I’m thrilled when books go on sale and as an author I’m also thrilled when books go on sale. If THE HIDDEN CORPSE is on your TBR list now’s the time to snatch it up because it’s only $1.99 (ebook edition).

What people are saying about THE HIDDEN CORPSE.

The plot was timely, well paced and interesting. She incorporated issues such as grief, the elderly and their memory, and local corruption and deception found in many towns and cities, making this an emotional story as well.
~Carla Loves To Read