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While not usually a big deal, one overlooked email would haunt teacher Gilda Greco. Had she read it, former student Sarah McHenry might still be alive. Suspecting…… Read more “A new Gilda Greco Mystery by Joanne Guidoccio with guest post and #Giveaway: A Different Kind of Reunion”
In Dorothy St. James’s third delectable Southern Chocolate Shop mystery, a new batch of chocolate and troubles of the heart cause a string of disasters for the Chocolate Box’s new owner, Charity Penn.
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Choose from twenty-five free cozy mysteries. What is a cozy mystery? Cozies generally feature amateur sleuths, small towns, humor, minimal sex or violence, and brains over brawn.…… Read more “Cozy mystery giveaway”
Over fifty short stories in a variety of genres: mystery, romance, thriller, speculative, true adventure, science fiction, humor, and more. My Professor Molly short, Trust Fall, is…… Read more “No time to read a whole book? How about a free short story?”
Trust Fall (my Professor Molly short story) and 26 other clean mysteries and romances are on giveaway now through July 24. Download one, two, or all of…… Read more “Cosy Mystery and Clean Romance Giveaway”
Did honor force him to abandon his wife and kids? Or is he just a weasel? Six years ago, Marcy Wagner hired PI Angelina Bonaparte to find…… Read more “New thriller from Nanci Rathbun: Honor Kills (with Giveaway and Author Interview!)”
Choose from 89 mysteries, thrillers, and suspense novels This giveaway has something for every mystery lover. My short Professor Molly story Trust Fall is in there, along…… Read more “Just got a new e-reader or cleaned out your old one? Make room for some free books!”
When Gilda Greco invites her closest friends to a VIP dinner, she plans to share David Korba’s signature dishes and launch their joint venture—Xenia, an innovative Greek…… Read more “A new Gilda Greco Mystery and guest post: Too Many Women in the Room by Joanne Guidoccio”