Organized for Murder
by Ritter Ames
I loved the history of Amelia’s house and the treasures. I could just sit back and imagine Kate, her friend Meg going through all of these great antiques, but in the back of their mind trying to figure out ‘who dunnit’.
~A Year of Jubilee Reviews
With a professional organizer as the main character—turned prime suspect and then lead “investigator”—Organized for Murder was a fun read.
~i blog 4 books
Ritter Ames has created the framework for a series with great potential. There is no telling what mysteries await the very likeable and talented Kate McKenzie as she takes on future organizing projects.
~Book Club Librarian
A good, fast paced, easy to read cozy mystery. I loved all the organizing tips!!
“Organized for Murder” is fun, enjoyable, engaging, and a good start to the series.
~Bea’s Book Nook
Ms. Ames’ characters kept me entertained and turning the pages to discover what would happen next. If you like reading cozy mysteries, this first book in Ms. Ames’ Organized Mystery series is not to be missed.
~Queen of All She Reads
Great characters, fantastic writing, and a clever mystery all combine to make a really wonderful book
ORGANIZED FOR MURDER is a refreshing start of what promises to be a delightful new cozy mystery series
~Thoughts in Progress
This book really threw me for a loop!…just full of twists and turns.
~Melina’s Book Blog
I really had no clue who the killer was and was quite surprised when it was revealed who the person was….NEVER saw that one coming…
I thought this was a fun book to read and a great start to the series.
~Socrates Book Reviews
It’s a great murder mystery that will keep you guessing…
~I’d Rather Be At The Beach
Release Date: February 24
Approximately 250 pages
The right business hook is the most important criteria for success, and Kate McKenzie thinks she’s found a perfect one. As an organizational expert, Kate knows Americans are running out of space and money, and renting more storage units is usually not the best solution. Starting an organizational business, Stacked in Your Favor, in her new hometown of Hazelton, Vermont seems like an answer to her family’s budget problems and an answer to southern Vermonters’ prayers. Business looks good when she snags collector, Amelia Nethercutt, as her first client, signing on to organize the wealthy woman’s eccentrically-filled mansion. But things take a turn beyond chaos when Amelia is murdered and Kate’s fingerprints are found on the poison that killed her.
About This Author
Ritter Ames lives in a small town in the middle of America, but spends each day globe trotting the art world from her laptop, with her cat riding shotgun and Pandora blasting from the speakers. COUNTERFEIT CONSPIRACIES is her first full-length fiction. A second cozy mystery series, starting with ORGANIZED FOR MURDER will be released by Gemma Halliday Publishing in January 2014. She tries to blog regularly at http://ritterames.wordpress.com/ and uses her Pinterest boards at http://www.pinterest.com/ritterames/ to capture great places and ideas she wants to use in both series. Follow her blog and boards to learn more about Ritter and her upcoming books.
Web page: http://ritterames.wordpress.com/
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