Feb 142018
 


Welcome to Cozy Wednesday!
I am so happy to welcome back Jeanne Quigley to Escapes With Dollycas!

Thank you, Lori, for inviting me to introduce the new Veronica Walsh mystery to your readers. Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!

One of the joys of writing is the opportunity it gives me to weave my interests into a story. Years of watching soap operas inspired the creation of Veronica Walsh, the star of my cozy mystery series, and my childhood vacations in the Adirondacks led me to set the series in a fictional town in that beautiful region of New York.

The theater, particularly the work behind-the-scenes, is another longtime fascination of mine. I marvel at how a group of talented people, from the playwright, director, and choreographer to the set designers, musicians, and actors, can transform a bare stage into whatever world the playwright imagined and transport an audience to a 1905 Paris opera house, a bachelor pad in 1960s New York, or the eighteenth century for a fresh take on the life of a Founding Father.

Since I’m not “in” the theater, I incorporated its appeal into the plot of my new mystery, Cast for Murder. In the third cozy starring Veronica Walsh, I staged a production of Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit at the Barton Community Theater, the amateur playhouse in Veronica’s hometown. I assembled a diverse cast of actors, appointed a production manager and stage manager, and handed the directorial reins to the theater’s founder, Gigi Swanson. I even built the actual theater and it took just one paragraph to do it.

Veronica, a retired soap opera actress, slides easily into the part of Coward’s wacky medium, Madame Arcati. Veronica doesn’t care that she’s performing alongside amateurs and won’t be paid (not even scale) for her part, or that she has to venture into the frigid winter nights of Barton to attend rehearsals. She’s out of retirement and acting again!

It’s all fabulous until the backstage drama begins after Veronica finds Gigi shot dead behind the theater. It doesn’t take long for Veronica to assume a second role she’s not as excited to play: amateur sleuth. She’s developed a skill for solving murders and has earned a fame for it she’d rather not have.

Gigi’s murder introduces Veronica to a whole new cast of characters, a lineup of murder suspects who don’t follow a script. Whitney, Gigi’s business partner, assumes the role of diva and plays it to the hilt. There’s Kenny, a former volunteer at the theater who would fit well in the cast of Twelve Angry Men. Julia is the perfect ingénue, all wide eyes, and batting eyelashes. But is it all an act, a guise put on to cover a little case of guilt? Finally, Gigi’s husband, Zach Townsend, is the perfect leading man: tall, dark, and handsome. Is he also a murderer?

Plus there’s a cameo by a real-life Madame Arcati. Does she have the psychic ability to help Veronica solve the murder, or is she only a good reference for Veronica to method act her way through her starring role?

The stage is set for a comic play turned into a murder mystery. Grab a front row seat and enjoy the show!

~Jeanne

Thank you, Jeanne, for stopping by today! 

Now here is my review of Cast for Murder. 

 

Cast for Murder (Veronica Walsh Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
3rd in Series
Setting – New York
Self Published (February 5, 2018)
Paperback: 256 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1975911867
Kindle ASIN: B079MBKDDN

 

 

Former soap opera actress Veronica Walsh is recovering from her first holiday season in the retail world when she is pulled from retirement to star in a community production of Blithe Spirit. Delighted to play the part of a medium, Veronica must soon also assume the role of amateur sleuth when she finds the play’s director shot dead behind the theater.

Teaming with stage manager Sophie Morrissey, Veronica’s hunt for clues to the murder of Gigi Swanson leads her to a cast of colorful behind-the-scenes characters and a stunning Act Three finale. Will it be a triumph for Veronica, or will the curtain close on more than her career?

 

Dollycas’s Thoughts

Veronica Walsh has been asked to come out of retirement to play the medium in a local community theater production. It sounds like fun so she accepts only to find the director has been murdered soon after rehearsals begin. She and Sophie, the stage manager, find the body and soon are cast in their own investigation. Will they make it to the final act or will they and the play close early?

Working in community theater the cast and crew get close. This group has been fortunate to find a family so interested in their productions that they have turned an old barn and a nearby building into a theater and office for the group. Of course, it helps that a member of the family is the director. That is until she ends up dead.

Ms. Quigley has created quite a cast of characters for this story. The Townsend family owns the Gold and Country Club. A converted barn on the property is used for not only theatre productions, but weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs and other large parties. It sounds like a beautiful building. Gigi Swanson’s in-laws own the place and when she is murdered, her husband and his parents become murder suspects and so does Veronica and other members of the cast. These characters continue to evolve throughout the story as Veronica digs into them and their backgrounds as she tries to find the killer.

The mystery was so well plotted, it left me guessing right up to the end. I did like that Veronica reported back to the police anything she found out. This doesn’t happen often in this genre. Clues led them both on a very surprising path but Veronica found herself right in the line of fire.

The flow of the story had a slow build as suspects were eliminated but the tension took hold as the real killer was revealed. Someone I had ruled out earlier. Nicely played, Ms. Quigley.

The author has penned an excellent mystery with just a touch of romance. Her relationship with Mark is moving at a nice pace.

For me, a “perfect escape”.

This book can be read on its own but it’s more fun if you get to know Veronica from the beginning.

Dollycas

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About the Author

Jeanne Quigley grew up reading mysteries, watching soap operas, and vacationing in the Adirondacks, never imagining these pleasures would be the inspiration for her Veronica Walsh cozy mysteries (All Things Murder; Murder, by George; Cast for Murder). Unlike the fictional Veronica, Jeanne has never been a soap opera star, but she has worked in the music industry and for an education publisher. She lives in Rockland County, New York and is a member of the Sisters in Crime. Readers can visit Jeanne at jeannequigley.wordpress.com.


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Feb 062018
 

Welcome to New Release Tuesday!

February 6

Clairvoyant and Present Danger (A Bay Island Psychic Mystery)
by Lena Gregory


Craks in a Marriage (Mah Jongg Mysteries)
by Barbara Barrett


Murder as Sticky as Jam (A Gluten Free Mystery)
by Diana Orgain


Murder on the Rocks (A Red Carpet Catering Mystery)
by Shawn Reilly Simmons

The Fast and the Furriest (Second Chance Cat Mystery)
by Sofie Ryan

February 8

Death & the Viking’s Daughter (An Auction Block Mystery)
by Loretta Ross

February 10

Killer Cravings (A Maternal Instincts Mystery)
by Diana Orgain

February 12

The Valentine Mystery: A Cozy Mystery (A Tess and Tilly Cozy Mystery)
by Kathi Daley

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Feb 052018
 

Welcome to My Reading Itinerary Monday!

Where are your books taking you this week?

I am staying East this week! Indiana, New York & North Carolina!

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I have planned for this week.

Escapes Completed


Survival of the Fritters (A Deputy Donut Mystery)
Release Date – January 30, 2018
Setting – Wisconsin
Review will be up tomorrow! 


Vangie Vale and the Strangled Strudel (The Matchbaker Mysteries)
Release Date – January 4, 2018
Setting – Montana
R. L. Syme will be my guest this week for Cozy Wednesday!


Death by Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake (A Death by Chocolate Mystery)
Release Date – January 30, 2018
Setting – Maine
Review will be posted Thursday!


All Murders Final! (A Sarah Winston Garage Sale Mystery)
Release Date April 26, 2016
Setting – Massachusetts
My Flashback Friday Read!

Scheduled Escapes


Biscuits and Slashed Browns (A Country Store Mystery)
Release Date – January 30, 2018
Setting – Indiana
For Review


Cast for Murder (A Veronica Walsh Mystery)
Release Date – February 13, 2018
Setting – New York


The Queen of Hearts
Release Date – February 13, 2018
Setting – North Carolina

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Jan 302018
 


Searching for Gertrude
by D.E. Haggerty


Searching for Gertrude
Historical Romance
Self Published (January 22, 2018)
Print Length: 278 pages
ASIN: B077P28WDK

While growing up in Germany in the 1930s, Rudolf falls in love with the girl next door, Gertrude. He doesn’t care what religion Gertrude practices, but the Nazis do. When the first antisemitic laws are enacted by the Nazi government, Gertrude’s father loses his job at the local university. Unable to find employment in Germany, he accepts a position at Istanbul University and moves the family to Turkey. Rudolf, desperate to follow Gertrude, takes a position as a consulate worker in Istanbul with the very government which caused her exile. With Rudolf finally living in the same city as Gertrude, their reunion should be inevitable, but he can’t find her. During his search for Gertrude, he stumbles upon Rosalyn, an American Jew working as a nanny in the city. Upon hearing his heartbreaking story, she immediately agrees to help him search for his lost love. Willing to do anything in their search for Gertrude, they agree to work for a British intelligence officer who promises his assistance, but his demands endanger Rudolf and Rosalyn. As the danger increases and the search for Gertrude stretches on, Rudolf and Rosalyn grow close, but Rudolf gave his heart away long ago.

I grew up reading everything I could get my grubby hands on, from my mom’s Harlequin romances, to Nancy Drew, to Little Women. When I wasn’t flipping pages in a library book, I was penning horrendous poems, writing songs no one should ever sing, or drafting stories which have thankfully been destroyed. College and a stint in the U.S. Army came along, robbing me of free time to write and read, although on the odd occasion I did manage to sneak a book into my rucksack between rolled up socks, MRIs, t-shirts, and cold weather gear. After surviving the army experience, I went back to school and got my law degree. I jumped ship and joined the hubby in the Netherlands before the graduation ceremony could even begin. A few years into my legal career, I was exhausted, fed up, and just plain done. I quit my job and sat down to write a manuscript, which I promptly hid in the attic after returning to the law. But being a lawyer really wasn’t my thing, so I quit (again!) and went off to Germany to start a B&B. Turns out being a B&B owner wasn’t my thing either. I polished off that manuscript languishing in the attic before following the husband to Istanbul where I decided to give the whole writer-thing a go. But ten years was too many to stay away from my adopted home. I packed up again and moved to The Hague where I’m currently working on my next book. I hope I’ll always be working on my next book.

Searching for Gertrude is my twelfth book.

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Jan 232018
 

January 23

Midnight Ice: A Mad for Mod Mystery (Madison Night Mystery)
by Diane Vallere
Prequel novella to PILLOW STALK


Scone Cold Killer (All-Day Breakfast Cafe Mystery)
by Lena Gregory

January 25

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TEA, TREATS, and TERROR: A Ravenwood Cove Cozy Mystery
by Carolyn L. Dean

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Jan 162018
 

Welcome to New Release Tuesday!

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Silenced by Sugar (Cookies & Chance Mysteries)
by Catherine Bruns


The Linking Rings (An Eli Marks Mystery)
by John Gaspard


Cookies and Scream (Baker Street Cozy Mysteries)
by CeeCee James


A View to a Chill: A Cherry Tucker Mystery and Maizie Albright Star Detective Novella
by Larissa Reinhart

Sweet Spirits of Three (A Sweet Cove Mystery)
by J A Whiting

 

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Jan 092018
 


January 8

Pre-Meditated Murder (A Downward Dog Mystery)
by Tracy Weber

Say No Moor (A Passport to Peril Mystery)
by Maddy Hunter

January 9

A Body in the Trunk (A Myrtle Clover Cozy Mystery)
by Elizabeth Spann Craig


Many a Twist County Cork Mystery)
by Sheila Connolly


The Hostess With the Ghostess: A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery
by E. J. Copperman

January 10

Prestige, Privilege, and Murder (A Stacie Maroni Mystery Book 1)
by Christa Nardi


Shooting on Location (Lisa Chance Cozy Mysteries Book 2)
by Estelle Richards

January 11

Deadly Fashion (The Deadly Series Book 3)
by Kate Parker

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Jan 022018
 

new release tuesday jan 2018 week 1


Murder of a Good Man (A Piney Woods Mystery Book 1)
by Teresa Trent
Kindle Edition Available January 1, 2018
Paperback Available January 15, 2018


It’s Tutu Much (Life On Victoria Square Book 4)
by Lorraine Bartlett
Release Date – January 1, 2018


Another One Bites the Crust (A Bakeshop Mystery)
by Ellie Alexander
Release Date – January 2, 2018


Death Below Stairs (A Below Stairs Mystery)
by Jennifer Ashley
Release Date – January 2, 2018


Dial M for Mousse (An Emergency Dessert Squad Mystery)
by Laura Bradford
Release Date – January 2, 2018


Scones and Scoundrels: The Highland Bookshop Mystery Series
by Molly MacRae
Release Date – January 2, 2018


Vangie Vale and the Strangled Strudel (The Matchbaker Mysteries)
by R.L. Syme
Release Date – January 4, 2018


Winter Whodunnits: A Dozen Cozy Mysteries for a Chilly Winter’s Night
by Stacey Alabaster,‎ Anna Celeste Burke,‎ Kathi Daley,‎ Nell Goddin,‎ Alison Golden,‎
Dianne Harman,‎ CeeCee James,‎ Summer Prescott,‎ BR Snow,‎ Amy Vansant,‎
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Release Date – January 2, 2018

 

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Dec 162017
 


The Discombobulated Decipherers: A Brilliant, Minnesota Mystery
Cozy Mystery
2nd in Series
Setting – Minnesota
Self Published (November 21, 2017)
Paperback: 228 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0692971079
ASIN: B076Z3YFYQ

 

 

It’s Christmas in Brilliant, Minnesota, and Brilliant is known for its glitzy Christmas traditions. A world-renowned Christmas pageant, the town square decked out with Santa’s Village and a live nativity scene bring visitors to Brilliant each year. Just as the tourists arrive, Jezabelle Jingle and her mystery writer friend, Miranda, find the body of Ernest the elf dead and wrapped in a bundle of Christmas lights in the town square. Is Ernest part of a new holiday puzzle the Discombobulated Decipherers need to solve? Or is dead Ernest part of a bigger plot? Will Jezabelle decipher the clues so Brilliant can celebrate Christmas in peace? Or will Jezabelle be the next gift-wrapped box under the village tree?

 

 

Dollycas’s Thoughts

Come for the Christmas pageant, the live nativity scene, and Santa and stay for the murder. It is almost Christmas in Brilliant, Minnesota and a dead elf has been found in the town square. There also seems to be a new puzzle for the Penderghast Puzzle Protectors. Oh but wait, they were forced to disband after their last little caper. They have been reborn as the Discombobulated Decipherers. The name fits, the are pretty discombobulated over this new puzzle they need to decipher, starting with how a dead elf entangled in Christmas fits. Maybe his death has nothing to do with it at all, but maybe they can decipher that case as well.  Hopefully before “disaster” strikes. Aside from the puzzles, there is another mystery to solve. Jezabelle has a secret admirer sending her some fantastic gifts.

I challenge you to read a Julie Seedorf story and not crack a smile several times, you may even find yourself laughing out loud.

Jezabelle Jingle, Lizzy Langer, Phoebe Harkins, Rock Stone, Miranda Covington, and Mr. Warbler make up this crew of puzzle solvers. The cook at Brilliant Bistro has also joined the group which is good because Rock Stone is out of town. Police Chief Hank Hardy has ordered them to say out of police business, but he knows they won’t listen. Jezabelle Jingle and her friends don’t like being told what to do so they will just do their investigating behind the chief’s back. {wink, wink}

These characters leap off the page. They are funny and sweet and warm my heart. They are also fascinated by things that most people would pass right by. The author again gave them a very unusual puzzle. Little items found that lead to uncovering a huge secret. I was captivated by the clues immediately and was shocked to see where they lead and what the decipherers found.

Julie Seedorf has written a brilliant little mystery. Curl up with a cup of hot cocoa and relax and enjoy. A wonderful way to ring in the season with a smile.

Dollycas

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About the Author

As human beings, we are always a work in progress. From birth to death we live, hurt, laugh, cry, feel, and with all of those emotions we grow as people, as family members, and as friends. I am a dreamer and feel blessed to have the opportunity in my writing to pass those dreams on to others. I believe you are never too old to dream and to turn those dreams into a creative endeavor. I live in rural Minnesota and I am a wife, mother, and grandmother.

I have worn many hats throughout my life such as working as a waitress, nursing home activities, office manager and finally computer repair person eventually owning my own computer repair business. I never forgot my love of writing and quit my computer business in 2012 after signing a contract with Cozy Cat Press for Granny Hooks A Crook, the first book in my Fuchsia, Minnesota Series.

Adding four more books to the Fuchsia Series, adding a new Brilliant, Minnesota Series and writing a column for local newspapers feeds my writing creativity.

I also dabble a bit in watercolor painting and hope to eventually add pictures to my children’s book series, Granny’s In Trouble.

Oh, and did I tell you I like to be a little bit silly.

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The characters in this are just nuts (in a good way) which makes the story really funny while giving it lots of life at the same time.
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Author Julie Seedorf makes the world of cozy mysteries her own in every delightful book she writes. And she certainly doesn’t disappoint in this second book of her Brilliant Minnesota Mysteries.
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BOOK BLAST – Murder, She Slopes (A Penning Trouble Mystery) by Rachael Stapleton

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Dec 152017
 

Murder, She Slopes (A Penning Trouble Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
2nd in Series
Release Date – November 26, 2017
Print Length: 214 pages
ASIN: B075CTKP2B

Sirens ring. Are you listening? Near Candy Cane Lane. A Body is glistening. A murderous sight. Trubble’s investigating tonight. Walking through this winter wonderland.

It’s the week before Christmas and Investigative Journalist Penelope Trubble has reluctantly agreed to investigate the death of a woman at the Sleighs & Slopes Adventure Resort in the hopes of exonerating her her husband—who just happens to be Penny’s ex. But with so many suspicious characters lurking in the trees, Penelope risks being strangled by clues, Christmas lights, conjecture, and catastrophe. It doesn’t help that Penny’s still a little frosty with the man accused of icing his bride, and she must prove he’s no cold-blooded killer. At least there’s candy-cane cocoa, a roaring fire, and the Laurentian Mountains to savor—not to mention the hunky detective dashing through the snow after her.

Helping an ex is a slippery slope, and things are going downhill fast for Penelope Trubble.

About The Author

Rachael Stapleton lives in a Second Empire Victorian home with her husband and two children in Ontario, Canada and enjoys writing in the comforts of aged wood and arched dormers.

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