Discovered by accident, while strolling around Rennes. Isn't that the best way to discover anything? (St. Just is the name of my British detective, and I quote from the original St-Just at the start of Death of a Cozy Writer ("No one reigns innocently.")
Last night's signing/reading for the Chesapeake Crimes 3 anthology drew a large crowd, despite the (true) predictions of torrential rain. Returned home to find a huge old tree down in our street.
Thanks from all the authors to Mystery Loves Company (Baltimore) for providing books for the signing, to the Friends of the Fairfax County Public Library system for being such marvelous hosts, and to Donna Andrews for moderating.
In the photo at left, from L-R: Mariah Crawford, me, Mary Ellen Hughes, Marcia Talley.
Now that Death of a Cozy Writer has officially launched, more reviews are beginning to appear. I hope you'll want to take a look at some of these sites:
.Agatha Award-winning author of the DCI St. Just mysteries, Max Tudor mysteries, standalone suspense novel WEYCOMBE, Augusta Hawke mysteries, and dozens of short stories. Books offered in all formats, including large print, e-Book, and audio.