Watch the Video! A Bias for Murder Book 3 Sally Goldenbaum August 6th https://amzn.to/2F2hWVZ Oliver Harrington II was one of the most beloved members of Crestwood’s community. Despite being the picture of health at age 52, he died from a sudden heart attack, leaving behind the family mansion on a sprawling piece of property. His … Continue reading Cozy Releases| August 2019
Watch the Video! Oh Say Can You Fudge (A Candy-coated Mystery Book 3) Nancy Coco https://amzn.to/31kBgYa Red, White, And Boom It’s not Fourth of July on Mackinac Island without fireworks and fudge. The Historic McMurphy Hotel and Fudge Shop is supplying the treats–and Allie has hired Rodney Rivers, the biggest name in aerial displays, to … Continue reading Summer Cozy Mystery Recs!
Chapter 3 I couldn’t believe I was back home. Even after packing all of my earthly belongings, driving three and a half hours from the city, and unpacking my things into the basement apartment, I couldn’t believe it. But here I was, walking into my favorite local pub, Murphy’s. Scott and Cindy were the owners … Continue reading Graded in Red| Chapter 3
Chapter 2 “Hey! Do you need any help with that?!” Someone across the street yelled as I was heroically carrying three boxes from the moving truck. “No! I’m good! You know women’s rights and feminism and all that!” I hollered back struggling against the weight of the boxes I was carrying. Who in the sane … Continue reading Graded in Red| Chapter 2
Hello everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful morning! I’m doing pretty well! I can’t believe that today is the last day of June! This year is halfway over and we are getting into the hotter months, especially here in Oklahoma. It’s like Hell’s Sauna outside with the heat and humidity. Ha! I normally … Continue reading CozWeek| July 1st-7th
Chapter 1 Remembering the time I once told myself and everyone around me that I was an adult and that I would never move back home and live with my parents. I remember that I meant it. I remember thinking that I had the world in the palm of my hand. I was thinking about … Continue reading Graded in Red| Chapter 1