Sep 072017
 


A Christmas Peril (A Theater Cop Mystery)\
Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Setting – Massachusetts
Midnight Ink (September 8, 2017)
Paperback: 288 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0738754154
Kindle ASIN: B0755NC138

 

 

When Edwina “Sully” Sullivan’s life imploded, she left behind her job on the police force and her unfaithful husband to start a new life as the general manager of her hometown theater, the Cliffside Theater Company. For five years, she focused on budgets instead of crimes and kept the Cliffside running alongside its mercurial artistic director.

But when her best friend is arrested for killing his father, the rich and powerful Peter Whitehall, no one is looking for another suspect. So, in between keeping A Christmas Carol on budget and Scrooge sober, Sully dusts off her investigative skills to find a killer. Her two lives collide when her ex-husband gets on the suspect list and she’s forced to confront her past in order to save her present.

Dollycas’s  Thoughts

Former police officer Edwina “Sully” Sullivan tries to leave her old career behind but when her best friend becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation she can’t remain silent. Between the drama off stage and on at the theater and the murder Sully has her hands full. Then the bodies start to pile up, distant relatives of hers, she is drawn further into the investigation and closer to her ex. There is peril this Christmas and Sully needs to get to the bottom of it as soon as possible.

I enjoyed meeting Sully and I anxious to get to know her better as the series continues. Retired from the police force she has become the manager of the Cliffside Theater Company and has worked there quietly for several years. The director is a bit of a handful, as is one of the current actors but her previous job has prepared her to deal with difficult people. She is smart and knows how to use her talents and can truly multitask. Her ex-husband lands back in life when her best friend is accused of killing his father and Gus becomes his lawyer. She isn’t quite sure how she feels about that but she is surprising drawn to him, he cheated on her, how could she be having these feelings? They both seem to have other people in their lives too.  Romantic tension – loved it!

The backdrop of the theater was very intriguing. The look behind the scenes of such a production was very interesting and the cast had its quirky characters. I imagine putting a standard like A Christmas Carol is not an easy task but when the main star is a drunkard with hearing issues it had to be a monumental task.

The mystery is filled with twists with multiple murders and several suspects. It starts a little slow but soon the pages were rapidly turning. I was surprised at the big reveal but the ending left readers hanging regarding Sully personal life. You know, the teaser toward the next book. 🙂

Well written, appealing characters and a fun theme have gotten this series off to a fine start. I would have liked it to be just a bit more “Christmasy” but this would be a great book to read curled up in front of the fire as winter approaches.

Dollycas

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About The Author

J. A. Hennrikus is the author of the Theater Cop Mystery series. As Julianne Holmes, she writes the Agatha-nominated Clock Shop Mystery series for Berkley Prime Crime. Hennrikus blogs with the Wicked Cozy Authors, is on the board of Sisters in Crime, and is a member of Mystery Writers of America. She is also an arts administrator who lives in Massachusetts. Visit her online at www.JHAuthors.com.

Webpage – https://jahennrikus.com/

Wicked Cozy Authors Blog – https://wickedcozyauthors.com/ 

She tweets under @JulieHennrikus, and is on Pinterest and Instagram, and have a page on Facebook. She also blogs on Live to Write/Write to Live, and she blogs on Killer Characters on the 20th of each month.


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Sep 052017
 

Welcome to New Release Tuesday
September 1 – 8, 2017

These books are available this week!

Cozy Mysteries

Deadly Brew (Dewberry Farm Mysteries)

A Deadly Fundraiser (Talk Radio Mysteries)

A Tale of Two Kitties (Magical Cats)

A Conspiracy in Belgravia (The Lady Sherlock Series)

Death Distilled: A Whisky Business Mystery

Dead in the Water (Welcome Back to Scumble River Book 1)

Ganache and Fondant and Murder (The Fiona Fleming Cozy Mysteries)

Pudding Up With Murder (An Undercover Dish Mystery)

The Haunting (Seacliff High Book 7)

Trouble Is Brewing: A Bakeshop Mini-Mystery (A Sloan Krause Mystery)

A Christmas Peril (A Theater Cop Mystery)

The Broken Teacup: A Companion Story of the Victoria Square Mysteries

Murder, She Wrote: Hook, Line, and Murder
Mass Market Paperback Edition


Winter’s Child (A Wind River Mystery)

Mass Market Paperback Edition

Suspense Thrillers

Protocol (A Maggie O’Malley Mystery Book 1)

Highland Peril (A Malice Novel)


That Last Weekend: A Novel of Suspense

House. Tree. Person.: A Novel of Suspense

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Sep 042017
 

Welcome to My Reading Itinerary Monday!

Where are your books taking you this week?

I am back from Scotland and off to KENTUCKY!

Here’s what I read and what
I have planned for this week.

Escapes Completed


Dead in the Water (Welcome Back to Scumble River Book 1)
Release Date – September 5, 2017
Setting – Illinois
My Review


There’s a Monster in Your Book
Release Date – September 5, 2017
Children’s Book
Review will be posted today!


Murder Wears Mittens (Seaside Knitters Society)
Release Date – August 29, 2017
Setting – Massachusetts
Sally Goldenbaum will be my guest for Cozy Wednesday this week and
will be touring with Great Escapes Book Tours too!

A Christmas Peril (A Theater Cop Mystery)
Release Date – September 8, 2017
Setting – Massachusetts
The Great Escapes Book Tour stops here this Thursday!


Death Distilled: A Whisky Business Mystery
Release Date – September 5, 2017
Setting – Scotland
The Great Escapes Tour stops here Friday!

Scheduled Escapes


Southern Fried (A Kenni Lowry Mystery)
Release Date – April 4, 2017
Setting – Kentucky
My Flashback Friday Read


Macramé Murder (A Cora Crafts Mystery)
Release Date – August 29, 2017
Setting – North or South Carolina
For Review


Asking for Truffle: A Southern Chocolate Shop Mystery
Release Date – September 12, 2017
Setting – South Carolina
Dorothy will be my guest next week for Cozy Wednesday!


Protocol (A Maggie O’Malley Mystery)
Release Date – September 5, 2017
Setting – ???
The Great Escapes Tour stops here next Thursday!

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Aug 282017
 

Welcome to My Reading Itinerary Monday!

Where are your books taking you this week?

I am excited for my 1st Literary Escape to Illinois this year!

Here’s what I read and what
I have planned for this week.

Escapes Completed


Oh, Fudge! (A Candy-coated Mystery)
Release Date – August 29, 2017
Setting – Mackinac Island, Michigan
Review will be up tomorrow! 


A Knit before Dying (A Tangled Web Mystery)
Release Date – August 29, 2017
Setting – Connecticut
Sadie Hartwell will be my guest this week for Cozy Wednesday!


Assaulted Caramel (An Amish Candy Shop Mystery)
Release Date – August 29, 2017
Setting – Ohio
Review will be posted Thursday! 


Facials Can Be Fatal (A Bad Hair Day Mystery)
Release Date – February 22, 2017
Setting Florida
My Flashback Friday Read

Scheduled Escapes


Dead in the Water (Welcome Back to Scumble River Book 1)
Release Date – September 5, 2017
Setting – Illinois
For Review


There’s a Monster in Your Book
Release Date – September 5, 2017
Children’s Book
For Review


Murder Wears Mittens (Seaside Knitters Society)
Release Date – August 29, 2017
Setting – Massachusetts
Sally Goldenbaum will be my guest for Cozy Wednesday next week and will be touring with Great Escapes Book Tours too!

A Christmas Peril (A Theater Cop Mystery)
Release Date – September 8, 2017
Setting – Massachusetts
The Great Escapes Book Tour stops here next Thursday!

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Aug 082017
 

Welcome to New Release Tuesday – August Week 2

These books are on my radar and available today!

 

All Signs Point to Murder (A Zodiac Mystery)

Dead, to Begin With: A Dan Rhodes Mystery (Sheriff Dan Rhodes Mysteries)

The Driver: A Novel
Suspense/Crime/Thriller

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Jul 082017
 


All Signs Point to Murder (A Zodiac Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
2nd in the Series
Midnight Ink (August 8, 2017)
Paperback: 336 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0738751078
E-Book ASIN: B01M14L2YK

The stars predict a wedding-day disaster, but San Francisco astrologer Julia Bonatti never expected murder

Julia Bonatti is alarmed by the astrological signs looming over Geneva Leary’s wedding day, but nobody asked Julia’s opinion and being a bridesmaid means supporting the bride no matter what. Even with the foreboding Moon-Mars-Pluto lineup in the heavens, no one’s prepared for the catastrophes that strike: a no-show sister, a passed-out wedding planner, and a lethal shooting in the dead of night.

With anger and grief threatening to tear the Leary family part, Julia is determined to understand how such a terrible tragedy could occur. As she digs deeper into the family’s secrets, her astrological insights will lead her to the truth about a criminal enterprise that stretches far beyond the California coast.

Praise For All Signs Point to Murder
by Connie di Marco

This is a delightfully fun book to read!
~Valerie’s Musings

It was great to see the same characters…Julia’s friends. The author does a great job with this series.
~Sleuth Cafe

All Signs Point to Murder is a quick-paced, suspenseful, and entertaining mystery.
~The Book’s the Thing

The plot is unique and the author did a great job taking the reader on a roller coaster.
~Sapphyria’s Book Reviews

I have enjoyed both of Ms. di Marco’s series (Zodiac and Soup Lovers’), and All Signs Point to Murder is a worthy addition to the collection. And now I will make a prediction: Julia Bonatti, astrologer, is going to be busy for a long time!
~Back Porchervations

I was delighted with this story. Julia is a unique sleuth with her other abilities and kept me very engaged.
~Bibliophile Reviews

This is a complicated situation where putting together means, motive and opportunity takes a lot of searching.
~Laura’s Interests

I feel like a broken record when I say that I had no clue who the killer was…because it seems like I say that a lot lately! Either the authors are getting better at hiding those clues and throwing out red herrings, or my deductive skills aren’t up to snuff. I truly did not suspect this person at all and it was a huge surprise to me.
~Storeybook Reviews

 

About The Author

Connie di Marco is the author of the Zodiac Mysteries from Midnight Ink, featuring San Francisco astrologer, Julia Bonatti.  The first in the series, The Madness of Mercury, was released in June 2016 and the second, All Signs Point to Murder, available for pre-order now, will be released on August 8, 2017.

Writing as Connie Archer, she is also the national bestselling author of the Soup Lover’s Mystery series from Berkley Prime Crime.  Some of her favorite recipes can be found in The Cozy Cookbook  and The Mystery Writers of America Cookbook.  Connie is a member of International Thriller Writers, Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.

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New Release Tuesday – July 2017 Week 1 – Cozy Mysteries

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Jul 042017
 

Welcome to New Release Tuesday – July 4, 2017

These books are available this week! 

Lions and Tigers and Murder, Oh My (Devereaux’s Dime Store Mystery)
by Denise Swanson

A Panicked Premonition (Psychic Eye Mystery) by Victoria Laurie

Second Look (Writers Retreat Southern Seashore Mystery) by Kathi Daley

Sowed to Death (Farmer’s Daughter Mystery) by Peg Cochran

Wicked Winter (An Ivy Morgan Mystery) by Lily Harper Hart

A Pocket Full of Pie (Meera Patel Cozy Mystery Series) by Leena Clover

Murder at the Male Revue (A Bucket List Mystery) by Elizabeth Perona

Also being released today

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Jun 072017
 


Welcome to Cozy Wednesday!

It is always a pleasure to have Leslie drop by for a visit.
I am so happy that her Food Lover’s Mystery Series have found a new home at Midnight Ink!

Escape to a Music Festival, with Leslie Budewitz,
author of Treble at the Jam Fest, #4 in the Food Lovers’ Village Mysteries.

Music is a big part of life here at Sanctuary Woods, the name Mr. Right long ago gave our sweet little hideaway in the northern Rockies, not far from Glacier National Park. I once studied the classical guitar, and he’s a singer-songwriter who put himself through nursing school playing and singing in bars. (Including a strip club, between acts!) From Bach to the Beatles, from Adele to Neil Young, you can hear just about any music you like at our house.

So a few years ago, when a group of locals started the Crown of the Continent Guitar Festival and Workshop, http://crownguitarfest.org/ we jumped right in. For a week, the sound of music fills the valley. (By  coincidence, the Von Trapp Family Singers, a delightful quartet of young adult siblings who are the Captain and Maria’s great-grandchildren, live in our valley. They were students one year and gave an impromptu concert outside. And yes, it sparkled.) Imagine the setting, a ninety-year-old log lodge on the shores of a magnificent mountain lake, surrounded by guest cabins and horse barns, log chairs to sit in and views to die for. It’s a real place, the model for Caldwell’s Eagle Lake Guest Lodge in my Food Lovers’ Village Mysteries. The lodge and environs show up in several books, but are featured most prominently in the second installment, Crime Rib.

I wish I could take you there at about seven of a summer evening, when the horses parade up a hillside trail to their evening pasture. Paints and pintos, chestnuts and bays, a sorel or two, and a big Appaloosa. Even if you don’t ride, the sight and sound will make you pause with wonder.

Every day, 100 students from across the globe, including quite a few locals, gather at the lodge and in charming spots around the village to study. Classes focus on a range of guitar styles—jazz, rock, blues, classical—or a songwriting class, and guest artists drop in. Mr. Right has attended for several years, and that week is hard work and bliss.

Every evening, the teachers, many internationally renowned artists themselves, and artists in residence put on concerts for the community in a giant tent on the lodge grounds. Pat Metheny, Alex De Grassi, Lee Ritenour, John Oates, Jim Messina, Patti Larkin, the LA Guitar Quartet—I could go on, but you can hear the music, can’t you?

It’s such a treat, for students, faculty, and locals. When I lived in Seattle, I loved the multi-stage festivals at Seattle Center—Folklife in early summer, Bumbershoot over Labor Day—and adored my treks north to the Vancouver Folk Festival. The small-town version is just as much fun, sprinkled with our mountain magic dust.

And it’s an economic boon, too, something every village craves. Visitors eat, stay, and shop local. They buy jewelry and pottery, fun kitchenware, kids’ clothes and toys. They hike and sail. Some buy real estate and become part of the community.

And to my delight, many buy books, too!

But what if something went wrong? What if one of those famed guest artists wasn’t so charming? What if an up-and-comer—an emerging artist, in the modern term—had an inflated sense of her talent? What if an organizer had another agenda, or a sponsor was playing a different tune? What if an old tension burst under new pressure, and the dischord led to murder?

I’ve changed the festival, of course. Made the focus jazz, set it over Memorial Day, moved most of the concerts into the village of Jewel Bay, with its historic Playhouse and outside amphitheater. Erin is busy getting the Merc ready for summer—she’s in desperate need of a new sales clerk, and juggling all the details of running a business in a tourist community.

And because no family is always harmonious, and the course of true love never did run smooth, Erin must deal with drama in the Murphy clan and a bit of a surprise in her own romance.

But along with a passion for pasta and a talent for retail, Erin’s discovered that her business skills also make her a good investigator. So when tragedy strikes, she steps in to help protect the community and keep the music playing.

I hope you’ll make the time to enjoy a little music yourself this summer, along with a good mystery!

~Leslie

Thank you Leslie for visiting today! 

 


Treble at the Jam Fest (A Food Lovers’ Village Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
4th in Series
Midnight Ink (June 8, 2017)
Paperback: 288 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0738752402
E-Book ASIN: B01M1FC4OK

Erin Murphy, manager of Murphy’s Mercantile (aka the Merc), is tuning up for Jewel Bay’s annual Jazz Festival. Between keeping the Merc’s shelves stocked with Montana’s tastiest local fare and hosting the festival’s kick-off concert, Erin has her hands full.

Discord erupts when jazz guitarist Gerry Martin is found dead on the rocks above the Jewel River. The one-time international sensation had fallen out of sync with festival organizers, students, and performers. Was his death an accident—or did someone even the score?

Despite the warning signs to not get involved, Erin investigates. And when the killer attacks, she orchestrates her efforts into one last crescendo, hoping to avoid a deadly finale.

Dollycas’s Thoughts

We arrive in Jewel Bay just in time for the Jazz Festival. To kick off the event a few of the musicians featured put on a mini preview concert in the event area behind Erin Murphy’s store The Merc. Tempers seem to flare between a few of the artists but Erin thinks the night went pretty well. When headliner Gerry Martin is found dead the next morning Erin finds herself smack dab in the middle of another murder investigation. She is trying to save the festival but she may end up getting herself all jammed up. Can she catch a killer before the last note is played?

All of our favorite characters return and many new ones arrive on the scene. Jewel Bay is a small town and the Merc is right in the center of all the actions. Erin’s mom is cooking up a storm in the Merc’s kitchen and she also takes a big step, Tracy helps Erin with the store and has her area full of chocolate and demand is growing, and Erin has hired Lou Mary to help at the store too. She is just training but I feel she will fit right in. Adam and Erin’s relationship is going strong. His friend Tanner has come to town with some news that could change that though. Also new in this story are the musicians and a new deputy sheriff. The cast is diverse and with those we love, those with secrets, and those that just rub everyone the wrong way. Very representative of life in a small town.

The story moves right along with many things that twist and connect leading up to the surprising reveal. The imagery created by the author’s words gives a clear picture of Jewel Bay and all its special places. The dialogue was real and flowed naturally.

I am so excited that this series is continuing. I have enjoyed every visit and can’t wait to return. I have become very invested in these characters.

If this series is new to you don’t worry. The author provides a cast list at the beginning of the book. I think after reading this one you will want to go back and read the series from the start.

Dollycas

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About The Author
Leslie Budewitz is the author of the Food Lovers’ Village Mysteries and the Spice Shop Mysteries—and the first author to win Agatha Awards for both fiction and nonfiction. She lives in northwest Montana with her husband, a musician and doctor of natural medicine, and their cat Ruff, a cover model and avid bird-watcher.

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New Release Tuesday – June 2017 – Week #1

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Jun 062017
 

Welcome to New Release Tuesday – June 5 – 8, 2017

These books are available this week!

The Great Chili Kill-Off (A Fresh Baked Mystery Book 12)

Fatal Forgeries (A Bodies of Art Mystery Book 4)

French Fried (An Ethnic Eats Mystery)

Once Upon a Spine (Bibliophile Mystery)

Only Skein Deep (A Knitting Mystery)

Patterned After Death (Southern Sewing Circle Mystery)

The Black Cat Sees His Shadow (A Bad Luck Cat Mystery)

Treble at the Jam Fest (A Food Lovers’ Village Mystery)

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Jun 052017
 

Welcome to My Reading Itinerary Monday!

Where are your books taking you this week?

My travel is a bit of a mystery this week 🙂

Here’s what I read and what
I have planned for this week.

Books Completed


Double Whammy (A Davis Way Crime Caper)
Release Date – May 14, 2013
Setting – Mississippi
My Flashback Friday Book – My Review Here

Designer Dirty Laundry: A Samantha Kidd Humorous Mystery
Release Date – June 5, 2012

SAMANTHAPALOOZA STARTS TODAY!!

Treble at the Jam Fest (A Food Lovers’ Village Mystery)
Release Date – June 8, 2017
Setting – Montana
Leslie will be my guest for Cozy Wednesday this week!

Mulch Ado about Murder (Local Foods Mystery)
Release Date – May 30, 2017
Setting – Massachusetts
Edith drops by for a visit this Thursday!!

Books Scheduled

No Turning Back: A Novel
Release Date – June 13, 2017
Setting – ???
The Great Escapes Tour stops here next Friday!

The Sunshine Sisters
Release Date – June 6, 2017
Setting – Various
For Review

Patterned After Death (Southern Sewing Circle Mystery)
Release Date June 6, 2017
Setting – South Carolina
Elizabeth will be my guest for Cozy Wednesday next week.

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