Death at the Alma Mater is a featured book for January at the mystery book club at Barnes and Noble online.
Update January 4: I'm running a contest over there at B&N - my first. Please stop by for details on how to enter.
A nice review of Death of a Cozy Writer appears over at the Fred's Place blog (scroll down to the last review on the page):
Patricia Ruocco of the Lisle Library in Illinois has created a (wonderful) Death of a Cozy Writer page at Murder Among Friends - complete with maps, photos of bedsits and King's College Chapel, links to Agatha Christie's Greenway, etc. An illustrated Cozy Writer, in other words. Thank you, Patricia, and may you have a wonderful holiday!
I'm blogging today over at the Midnight Ink blog on the subject of manuscript formatting (all the "rules" I didn't know I knew).
Pam W of The Mystery Bookstore in Los Angeles has chosen Death and the Lit Chick, the 2nd St. Just mystery, for her December Top 10 List of favorite mysteries. The full list (#10 seems to be missing, actually):
1. Jacqueline Winspear, AMONG THE MAD. Henry Holt, $25.00; Picador, $14.00 (trade paperback reprint).
2. Spencer Quinn, DOG ON IT. Atria, $15.00 (trade paperback edition).
3. Sophie Littlefield, A BAD DAY FOR SORRY. Minotaur, $24.99.
4. John Connolly, THE GATES. Atria, $24.00.
5. Lisa Scottoline, LOOK AGAIN. St. Martin’s, $26.95.
6. Laura Lippman, LIFE SENTENCES. William Morrow, $24.95.
7. Lisa Lutz, REVENGE OF THE SPELLMANS. Simon & Schuster, $25.00.
8. G.M. Malliet, DEATH AND THE LIT CHICK. Midnight Ink, $14.95 (trade paperback original).
9. Sue Grafton, U IS FOR UNDERTOW. Putnam, $27.95.
.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.