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Armed only with the notes she’s scribbled during her favorite podcast, “How to Write a Mystery Novel,” as well as a lessons learned from crime heroes ranging from Hercule Poirot to Stephanie Plum, Sister Agatha leads the nuns of Gwenafwy Abbey (and her unwitting sidekick, Father Selwyn) as they begin a race against time to resolve the death of Jacob, save the Abbey, exonerate a beloved postulant, and restore the good name of their cheese.
Thanks to Crooked Lane Books, we have five copies of this first in the series to give away.
Flowers and Foul Play by Amanda Flower (Crooked Lane Books 2018) Florist Fiona Knox’s life isn’t smelling so sweet these days. Then her flower shop wilted after a chain florist opened next door.
So when her godfather, Ian Mac Callister, leaves her a cottage in Scotland, Fiona jumps on the next plane to Edinburgh.
With on everyone’s minds and ghoulish gossip on everyone’s lips, Lucy will need to separate the clues from the boos if she wants to crack this case without losing her head.
Now motivated by more than a paycheck, Eddie searches for Frankie, last seen hiding out among the homeless.
Frankie was once a member of the military police, and an old photo identifies an old Army buddy, James Curran, who starts to cross paths with both Eddie and Carla with increasing frequency.
Thanks to the author we have one copy in the third in this Shamus Award nominated series to give away.
(Hoyt is based on two real-life master burglars: the so-called Dinnertime Bandit, who only stole when his victims were home, and The Silver Thief, who was only interested in high-end silver). In the winter, he works down south, primarily in southern Florida and Georgia, around the Atlanta area.
Summers, he moves back up north, where he plies his trade in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts.