Sleuthing Women II: 10 Mystery Novellas
by Lois Winston, Allison Brennan, Laura Griffin, Maggie Toussaint, Jonnie Jacobs, Camille Minichino, Heather Haven, Vinnie Hansen, Mary Kennedy, Rita Lakin, and Judy Alter
I am so happy to welcome Jonnie Jacobs to
Escape With Dollycas today to play 20 Quick Questions!
20 Quick Questions with Jonnie Jacobs
Favorite Color – Lavender. But most of what I own (clothing and furnishings) is neutral -black, brown or gray. Go figure.
Favorite Candy – I rarely eat candy, but can always be tempted with a piece of Sees – dark chocolate only.
Favorite Snack – Nuts
Favorite Soft Drink – Seltzer water with lime
Favorite Hard Drink – My go-to is a glass of wine but I love mixed drinks like the mojito, lemon drop, margarita, and the totally decadent pina colada.
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor – Coffee or vanilla
Favorite Movie – No favorite but I enjoy mystery and crime dramas, and quirky movies like Little Miss Sunshine and Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. My most memorable movie was The King and I. It was my first movie ever, and we sat in a grand old theater with a live organist who played before the show started. Sheer magic to a child.
I love The King and I too!
Favorite TV Show –Believe it or not, I don’t have a television.
Favorite Book – Impossible choice.
Favorite Fictional Character – Ditto.
Favorite Super Hero – Gosh, the only one I’m actually familiar with is Superman.
Favorite Singer/Group/Band –I favor the classic rock music of the ‘60s and ‘70s and the country/bluegrass music from the same era (probably because that’s what I grew up with.)
Favorite Carnival Ride –Anything tame like the Merry-Go-Round or Ferris Wheel. I’m a wimp when it comes to roller coasters and such.
Favorite Spring Activity – Evening walks when the air is sweet with spring blossoms.
Favorite Summer Activity – Hiking, and then spending the afternoon reading.
Favorite Fall Activity – I’m generally energized to clean out and organize (although very little of it actually gets done), and to get back to hobbies like quilting and knitting.
Favorite Winter Activity – Sitting in a comfy chair by a big fire and a book.
Favorite Place to Read – Outside in the shade on a warm summer day.
Favorite Place to Write – My study (AKA spare bedroom I’ve homesteaded as my own.)
Dream Vacation Destination – I’ve travelled a lot but the list of places I’d like to go keeps growing.
About the Author
Jonnie Jacobs is the best selling author of sixteen mystery and suspense novels, and a number of short stories. A former practicing attorney and the mother of two grown sons, she lives in Northern California with her husband. Email her at email@example.com or visit her on the web at http://www.jonniejacobs.com.
Sleuthing Women II: 10 Mystery Novellas
Publication Date: September 5, 2017
Print Length: 675 pages
Sleuthing Women II: 10 Mystery Novellas is a collection of ten mysteries featuring murder and assorted mayhem by ten critically acclaimed, award-winning, and bestselling authors. Each novella is a tie-in to an established multi-book series—a total of over 800 pages of reading pleasure for lovers of amateur sleuth, caper, cozy, and female P.I. mysteries.
Frosted, A Moreno & Hart Novella by Allison Brennan & Laura Griffin—Three years ago LAPD Detective Scarlet Moreno and rookie cop Krista Hart were nearly killed during a botched sting operation. Now, they’re best friends and partners in the Orange County private investigation firm of Moreno & Hart. But their routine assignments are anything but safe.
Crewel Intentions, An Anastasia Pollack Crafting Novella by Lois Winston—Craft editor Anastasia Pollack receives a desperate call for help from former fashion editor Erica Milano, now in Witness Protection. Erica is being stalked and is afraid to notify the authorities. She once saved Anastasia’s life. Will Anastasia be able to return the favor before the stalker strikes?
No Quarter, A Cleopatra Jones Novella by Maggie Toussaint—Amnesia, the doctor says when accountant Cleopatra Jones wakes in a distant hospital. Hours later most of her memory returns. Detective Jack Martinez visits Cleo’s nearby wealthy client, only she’s dead and broke. To Cleo’s horror, she’s a murder suspect. Will she totally recover her memory before the killer returns?
What the Widow Knew, A Kali-O’Brien Novella by Jonnie Jacobs—Attorney Kali O’Brien takes on the case of a young woman accused of murdering her much older, very rich husband. As evidence mounts and other possible suspects are eliminated, Kali’s doubts about her client’s innocence grow. Meanwhile, Kali is also grappling with her feelings for longtime boyfriend Detective Bryce Keating.
The Magnesium Murder, A Periodic Table Mystery by Camille Minichino—While freelance embalmer Anastasia Brent prepares the body of a young bride-to-be, she learns the girl’s mother suspects foul play. Once again Anastasia is pressed into service as a sleuth, following a trail of clues in search of a murderer and justice.
Honeymoons Can Be Murder, A Lee Alvarez Novella by Heather Haven— When PI Lee Alvarez goes on her honeymoon with bridegroom, Gurn Hanson, they find a dead woman practically on their doorstep. Kauai breezes may be soft, but there are gale force winds of accusation against Gurn. Will Lee find the real killer before her new hubby gets sent to a Hawaiian hoosegow?
Smoked Meat, A Carol Sabala Novella by Vinnie Hansen—Baker and wannabe sleuth Carol Sabala visits her mother for a family Christmas get-together. It’s murder, in more ways than one.
A Deadly Fundraiser, A Talk Radio Novella by Mary Kennedy—When radio talk show host Dr. Maggie Walsh and her pals start digging up clues in a scavenger hunt at a glitzy fundraiser, the game suddenly turns deadly. Will Maggie and her team be able to crack the case and solve the crime?
The Color of Fear. A Kelly O’Connell Novella by Judy Alter—Kelly receives a written kidnap threat targeting her infant daughter, Gracie. Kelly’s assistant Keisha narrates as Kelly and her family plot their precautions, but as time passes and the threat still looms, fear takes a toll on the family…and on Keisha.
Papa’s Ghost, A Gladdy Gold Mystery Novella by Rita Lakin—Gladdy and her girls accept an assignment iat a famous resort in Key West, thinking it will combine business with pleasure. Once they arrive, Gladdy suspects something is strange. Not only is their client an unexpected shock, but so is the case of murder they are expected to solve. Can they succeed when a whole city is against them?
Some explicit language in a few of the stories.
Find more books by Jonnie Jacobs here.
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October 17 – Teresa Trent Author Blog – CHARACTER INTERVIEW
October 18 – Laura’s Interests – REVIEW, CHARACTER GUEST POST
October 19 – 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, &, Sissy, Too! – SPOTLIGHT
October 20 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – INTERVIEW
October 21 – Lisa Ks Book Reviews – REVIEW, INTERVIEW
October 22 – Queen of All She Reads – SPOTLIGHT
October 23 – Nadaness In Motion – CHARACTER GUEST POST
October 24 – Island Confidential – CHARACTER INTERVIEW
October 25 – Readeropolis – INTERVIEW
October 26 – Readsalot – SPOTLIGHT
October 26 – Valerie’s Musings – INTERVIEW
October 27 – Back Porchervations – REVIEW
October 28 – StoreyBook Reviews – REVIEW
October 29 – A Holland Reads – CHARACTER GUEST POST
October 29 –The Book’s the Thing – GUEST POST
October 30 – Socrates’ Book Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
October 31 – Jane Reads – REVIEW, GUEST POST
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Comments on “20 Quick Questions with Jonnie Jacobs, author of “What the Widow Knew” from Sleuthing Women II: 10 Mystery Novellas #Giveaway”
Thanks so much for introducing readers to this fun collection by hosting us today.
Fun post! Jonnie, you and I have a lot in common right down to favorite ice cream flavors. 🙂
This is such a great post! (Jonnie may be the only person I know who 1) has no TV and 2) can be happy with ONE piece of See’s!) Thanks Lisa and Jonnie for a fun interview.
It’s a pleasure to be at Escape with Dollycas. Thanks, Lori, for all you do for mystery writers and fans!
Thanks for featuring Sleuthing Women II!
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