I'm on Karen's Killer Book Bench with the debut in my new Rose Creek mystery series, The Body in the Cattails.
Read an excerpt! Leave a comment on my Karen's Killer Book Bench blog post for a chance to win a copy of The Body in the Cattails!
Hooked on Books announcement:
Next Saturday, May 27th at our 12 E Bijou location from 12-3 we will host local authors; Catherine Dilts, Jeff Schmoyer, C.S. Simpson, and Robert Spiller.
All four of these fabulous authors will be showcasing their own works along with the anthology “Journey into Possibility: Tales from the Pikes Peak Writers.”
Come out to support your local authors! We’d love to have you!
I had questions about the differences between loglines, pitches, blurbs, and synopses. I share the answers on the PPW blog, Writing from the Peak: https://pikespeakwriters.org/2023/05/16/logline-pitch-blurb-and-synopsis-what-are-the-differences/
I am visiting thriller and romantic suspense author Donnell Ann Bell's website today. You can read my article here.
For when you need a more intense read, Donnell writes the Cold Case Suspense novels, beginning with Black Pearl.
My new release, The Body in the Cattails, is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Today is the official release day for The Body in the Cattails.
A burglar shatters big city lawyer Drew Brauner’s confidence in her rash move to a small Oklahoma town. The same night, a frightening visit from a prowler ruins IT expert Callie Garcia’s romantic dinner with her cowboy husband. The women meet at the new Rose Creek Reads book club, seeking distraction from the unsettling events.
Shy chemist Makenzie Selkirk joins them. The hometown girl is a diehard fan of Rose Creek, nestled beside the Ozark foothills. The club is off to a great start, until the shop’s cat makes a horrifying discovery. The book club flier promised readers the chance to discuss novels and make new friends. It didn’t say anything about finding a body.
The autopsy implicates the historic factory where Makenzie works. She jumps into the investigation partly to stop protestors from shutting down Brieswell Pottery Works, and partly to spend time with a handsome deputy. Clues are sparse, until Callie discovers a peculiar number. She invites Shanice Hailey to the club, hoping the university mathematician can break the code. When Callie introduces Shanice to a horse-whisperer, she learns match-making is as tricky as solving a murder.
The new friends play at being detectives, until the mystery becomes deadly serious.
Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Body-Cattails-Rose-Creek-Mystery/dp/1645994570
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-body-in-the-cattails-catherine-dilts/1143334817?ean=9781645994572
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