Jan 03

Winter Whodunnits – Cozy Mystery Boxed Set

Winter-Whodunnits, a boxed set collection of twelve cozy mysteries I’m participating in had a very successful launch yesterday and is currently ranked at #277 on Amazon’s overall rankings.

It’s also the #1 selling book in several categories and sub-genres.

All of the books in the set are a special treat, and the collection is a must have for every Cozy reader.

The entire set is only 99 cents for all twelve books. It’ll be the best buck you spend all year!

You can grab your copy here if you haven’t already done so: http://amzn.to/2BIL2qL

Happy reading!

Jan 02

#1 Dog Breed Book on Amazon!

Book #15 in my Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries, The Case of the Overdue Otterhound, launched today, and like the previously twelve books in the series, it debuted as the #1 Dog Breed book on Amazon.

I’d like to thank everyone who made this possible by pre-ordering the book, and I hope you enjoy it!

If you haven’t grabbed your copy yet, you can get it here: http://amzn.to/2kTVbZq

Here’s a bit about the book.

While enjoying a cold but relaxing afternoon of early winter fishing just before Christmas with her good friend, Rooster, things suddenly change when they discover a rare Otterhound that has been caught in a trap. And when they find the dog’s deceased owner nearby, things get even stranger when they’re forced to make a very cold and dangerous trip through frozen marshland and icy water to save the dog and then get home before they and the dog freeze to death. In addition to dealing with a broken leg and the onset of hypothermia, the Otterhound is also pregnant, and Suzy and Josie decide to postpone their departure to the Cayman Islands and do everything they can to save the mom and her unborn puppies.

While trying to piece together exactly what is going on with the dog, Suzy learns that the Otterhound’s owner was the patriarch of an odd family that lives in the middle of the woods without running water or electricity. She also stumbles onto a black-market dog breeding enterprise operating in the area and is shocked to discover that Rooster’s cousin, previously banished to Florida, has returned to the area and is now working for the dog breeding operation in a rather unique role.

To further complicate things, Herman Billows, a representative working for a large energy company, is in the area and doing everything he can to obtain drilling rights to a newly discovered deposit of natural gas. Unfortunately for him, a lot of the land he’s trying to secure the rights on is owned by Rooster and Suzy’s mom, and they’re determined to do whatever it takes to keep Billows from ever getting his hands on it. But Billows, a man who doesn’t like to take no for an answer, has other ideas and is soon making life uncomfortable for everyone except the Friendly family who is more than willing to listen to what he has to offer.
With their trip to Grand Cayman on hold until the Otterhound has recovered, Suzy finds herself in the middle of a strange series of events as well as in the middle of deep snow that continues to fall as winter arrives in full force. Instead of walking the beach, she ends up with various bruises and nineteen stitches, trudging through deep snow on skis, exploring dark caves, and dealing with a unique cast of characters that leaves her grumpy and has her neurons racing.

The Case of the Overdue Otterhounds is the latest installment in B.R. Snow’s popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries and deals with dogs, food, and the power of friendship set in one of the most beautiful spots on the planet.

Dec 21

End of Year Holiday Update

Hi, folks,

I can’t believe 2017 is almost over!

And I’d like to wish you and your family and friends Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and best wishes for a healthy and prosperous 2018.

I also want to thank all of you for your on-going support. I can’t imagine any author having a better group of fans and readers and I am eternally grateful for all you do on my behalf.

Here’s a quick update about what is going on in my neck of the woods in case you’re looking for some last minute shopping ideas.

We’re getting close to the launch date of Winter-Whodunnits, a collection of twelve cozy mysteries I’m participating in. All of the books in the set will be a special treat, and the collection is a must-have for every Cozy reader. The set is available for preorder now, and will release officially on January 2. The preorder price is just 99 cents for the whole dozen. It’ll be the best buck you’ve spent all year!

You can grab your copy here if you haven’t already done so: http://amzn.to/2BIL2qL

Book #15 in my Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries, The Case of the Overdue Otterhound, also launches on January, 2nd and is available for pre-order here: http://amzn.to/2kTVbZq

Here’s a bit about what readers are in store for.

While enjoying a cold but relaxing afternoon of early winter fishing just before Christmas with her good friend, Rooster, things suddenly change when they discover a rare Otterhound that has been caught in a trap. And when they find the dog’s deceased owner nearby, things get even stranger when they’re forced to make a very cold and dangerous trip through frozen marshland and icy water to save the dog and then get home before they and the dog freeze to death. In addition to dealing with a broken leg and the onset of hypothermia, the Otterhound is also pregnant, and Suzy and Josie decide to postpone their departure to the Cayman Islands and do everything they can to save the mom and her unborn puppies.

While trying to piece together exactly what is going on with the dog, Suzy learns that the Otterhound’s owner was the patriarch of an odd family that lives in the middle of the woods without running water or electricity. She also stumbles onto a black-market dog breeding enterprise operating in the area and is shocked to discover that Rooster’s cousin, previously banished to Florida, has returned to the area and is now working for the dog breeding operation in a rather unique role.

To further complicate things, Herman Billows, a representative working for a large energy company, is in the area and doing everything he can to obtain drilling rights to a newly discovered deposit of natural gas. Unfortunately for him, a lot of the land he’s trying to secure the rights on is owned by Rooster and Suzy’s mom, and they’re determined to do whatever it takes to keep Billows from ever getting his hands on it. But Billows, a man who doesn’t like to take no for an answer, has other ideas and is soon making life uncomfortable for everyone except the Friendly family who is more than willing to listen to what he has to offer.
With their trip to Grand Cayman on hold until the Otterhound has recovered, Suzy finds herself in the middle of a strange series of events as well as in the middle of deep snow that continues to fall as winter arrives in full force. Instead of walking the beach, she ends up with various bruises and nineteen stitches, trudging through deep snow on skis, exploring dark caves, and dealing with a unique cast of characters that leaves her grumpy and has her neurons racing.

The Case of the Overdue Otterhounds is the latest installment in B.R. Snow’s popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries and deals with dogs, food, and the power of friendship set in one of the most beautiful spots on the planet.

Book #14 in the Doggy Inn series, The Case of the Natty Newfie, is still the #1 Dog Breed book on Amazon and I’m happy to let you know that it’s now available in paperback. You can find it here: http://amzn.to/2DkbLKt

Here’s what Suzy and the gang get into while they’re enjoying an extended stay in Ottawa.

As the launch date of their new dog toy company approaches, Suzy, Josie, and Chef Claire are in Ottawa to do a photo shoot with their dogs as part of the initial marketing campaign. But the photographer, who moonlights for the tabloids, is a young man with a very bad public image and a reputation for being a bit of ladies’ man. And when his assistant is found dead in his downtown loft, the photographer is the number one suspect.

Suzy soon finds herself working with two Canadian detectives she met the last time she was in town and right in the middle of a bizarre case that includes some rather scandalous photographs, blackmail, and, quite possibly, a case of mistaken identity. Further complicating things is a huge early winter snowstorm that has everyone on edge and more than a few people severely under the weather.

As Suzy digs into the case, she comes face to face with a diverse group of potential suspects including The Black Widow, a socialite with five dead ex-husbands, a mining magnate who has inexplicably signed up to be husband number six, a couple of famous models, and the aunt of Suzy’s new boyfriend, Max, whose career ended abruptly when she was caught in an embarrassing situation, quite possibly by the very same photographer they’re using for the dogs’ photo shoot. Despite her latest resolution to take a step back and let the police do their thing, Suzy’s neurons are soon on fire, and, once again, she finds herself up to her neck in the case, and up to her waist in snow before she can get a good handle on exactly what’s going on.

The Case of the Natty Newfie is Book #14 in B.R. Snow’s popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries and deals with dogs, food, and the power of friendship set in one of the most beautiful spots on the planet.

Dec 16

Reminder About Tomorrow’s Facebook Event!

I just wanted to remind you that our Book for Dog Lovers Christmas party we’re having on Facebook is scheduled for tomorrow, Sunday, December 17th. Join a group of authors who write books dog lovers are sure to enjoy – both fiction and non-fiction.

Lots of fun, games, and prizes!

The event starts at 7pm (EST), 6pm (CST), 5pm (MST), 4pm (PST), 3pm (Alaska); 2pm (Hawaii) and will run for two hours.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1757694614305219/

And lots of our four-legged friends are looking forward to it. Here’s just one of them. We hope you can all make it!

Dec 11

December Dog Happenings

Hi, folks.

I just wanted to let you know about a couple of things happening this month that should be interesting to all the dog lovers out there. And I know there are certainly a lot of us who can’t live without our four-legged friends!

I am excited to share with you the books being offered by the authors in our Books For Dog Lovers group this month. If you are looking for Christmas gifts for the dog lovers on your list, check out this wonderful selection of books featuring dogs. E-books are easy to give, and you don’t have to worry about shipping. But paper books are nice, too.

Please visit our Books For Dog Lovers page for book descriptions, reviews, and links to purchase. Some books are free or on sale for a limited time. If you would like to learn more about the participating authors in our group, please check out our Meet The Authors page. Below is an illustration displaying the books that we are featuring in December.

Here are the books by the authors in our group with special pricing in December:

7 Simple Ways To Keep Your Dog Healthy Sneak Preview
By Rachele Baker, DVM
FREE

Killer Music (Cooper Harrington Detective Series Book 1)
By Tammy L. Grace
ON SALE for $0.99 December 15-21

Dead Wrong (Cooper Harrington Detective Series Book 3)
By Tammy L. Grace
PRE-ORDER: ON SALE for $2.99 until DECEMBER 26 RELEASE

Christmas Cozy (Zoe Donovan Mystery Book 11)
By Kathi Daley
ON SALE for $0.99 December 1-5

Santa Sleuth (Zoe Donovan Mystery Book 18)
By Kathi Daley
ON SALE for $0.99 December 6-12

Candy Cane Caper (Zoe Donovan Mystery Book 22)
By Kathi Daley
ON SALE for $0.99 December 13-19

Pre-Meditated Murder (A Downward Dog Mystery Book 5)
By Tracy Weber
PRE-ORDER: Release Date 1/8/18

The Returns
By M.K. Clinton
FREE December 1-3

Deadly Ties
By Susan Holmes
ON SALE for $1.99 December 1-31

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The second item I wanted to share with you is the upcoming Book for Dog Lovers Christmas party we’re having on Facebook next Sunday, December 17th. Join a group of authors who write books dog lovers are sure to enjoy – both fiction and non-fiction.

Lots of fun, games, and prizes!

The event starts at 7pm (EST), 6pm (CST), 5pm (MST), 4pm (PST), 3pm (Alaska); 2pm (Hawaii) and will run for two hours.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1757694614305219/

And lots of our four-legged friends are looking forward to it. Here’s just one of them. We hope you can all make it!

Dec 01

The Case of the Natty Newfie Launches Tomorrow!

Hi, folks.

I just wanted to remind you that Book#14 in my Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries launches tomorrow. It’s called The Case of the Natty Newfie, and if you haven’t had a chance to order your copy yet, here’s the link: http://amzn.to/2j78ANa

I’d like to thank everyone who has pre-ordered the book and made it the #2 Dog Breed book on Amazon, right behind #1, The Case of the Mellow Maltese.

I hope you enjoy it!

As the launch date of their new dog toy company approaches, Suzy, Josie, and Chef Claire are in Ottawa to do a photo shoot with their dogs as part of the initial marketing campaign. But the photographer, who moonlights for the tabloids, is a young man with a very bad public image and a reputation for being a bit of ladies’ man. And when his assistant is found dead in his downtown loft, the photographer is the number one suspect.

Suzy soon finds herself working with two Canadian detectives she met the last time she was in town and right in the middle of a bizarre case that includes some rather scandalous photographs, blackmail, and, quite possibly, a case of mistaken identity. Further complicating things is a huge early winter snowstorm that has everyone on edge and more than a few people severely under the weather.

As Suzy digs into the case, she comes face to face with a diverse group of potential suspects including The Black Widow, a socialite with five dead ex-husbands, a mining magnate who has inexplicably signed up to be husband number six, a couple of famous models, and the aunt of Suzy’s new boyfriend, Max, whose career ended abruptly when she was caught in an embarrassing situation, quite possibly by the very same photographer they’re using for the dogs’ photo shoot. Despite her latest resolution to take a step back and let the police do their thing, Suzy’s neurons are soon on fire, and, once again, she finds herself up to her neck in the case, and up to her waist in snow before she can get a good handle on exactly what’s going on.

The Case of the Natty Newfie is the latest installment in B.R. Snow’s popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries and deals with dogs, food, and the power of friendship set in one of the most beautiful spots on the planet.

Nov 19

Lots Going On!

Hi, folks,

I can’t believe we’re almost at the end of the year, and I hope that everyone celebrating Thanksgiving has a wonderful time with friends and family.

Before I take a few days off to relax and slip into my snacker pants, I’d like to let you know about a couple of things.

The first is that book #14 in my Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mystery series, The Case of the Natty Newfie, is available for pre-sale and will launch December 2nd.

Take a look at the great cover, my friend and designer extraordinaire, Reggie Cullen, has come up with. And the covers wouldn’t be possible without the amazing photography of JR Miller, whose work in and around the Thousand Islands continues to highlight and pay tribute to the magnificent area so many of us know and love. I simply can’t thank both of them enough for their generous support!

So, what’s Suzy and the gang up to this time?

I’m so glad you asked.

The Case of the Natty Newfie http://amzn.to/2j78ANa

As the launch date of their new dog toy company approaches, Suzy, Josie, and Chef Claire are in Ottawa to do a photo shoot with their dogs as part of the initial marketing campaign. But the photographer, who moonlights for the tabloids, is a young man with a very bad public image and a reputation for being a bit of ladies’ man. And when his assistant is found dead in his downtown loft, the photographer is the number one suspect.

Suzy soon finds herself working with two Canadian detectives she met the last time she was in town and right in the middle of a bizarre case that includes some rather scandalous photographs, blackmail, and, quite possibly, a case of mistaken identity. Further complicating things is a huge early winter snowstorm that has everyone on edge and more than a few people severely under the weather.

As Suzy digs into the case, she comes face to face with a diverse group of potential suspects including The Black Widow, a socialite with five dead ex-husbands, a mining magnate who has inexplicably signed up to be husband number six, a couple of famous models, and the aunt of Suzy’s new boyfriend, Max, whose career ended abruptly when she was caught in an embarrassing situation, quite possibly by the very same photographer they’re using for the dogs’ photo shoot. Despite her latest resolution to take a step back and let the police do their thing, Suzy’s neurons are soon on fire, and, once again, she finds herself up to her neck in the case, and up to her waist in snow before she can get a good handle on exactly what’s going on.

The Case of the Natty Newfie is the latest installment in B.R. Snow’s popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries and deals with dogs, food, and the power of friendship set in one of the most beautiful spots on the planet.

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And for those of you who prefer actually holding a book in your hands instead of a Kindle, I wanted to let you know that Book #13 in the Doggy Inn series, The Case of the Mellow Maltese is now available in paperback. If you missed the launch earlier this month, it hit #1 on the Dog Breed rankings on Amazon right out of the gate and still occupies the top slot.

The Case of the Mellow Maltese http://amzn.to/2zSiaNW

As B.R. Snow’s The Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mystery series reaches its halfway point, serious change is in the air for Suzy and her mom.

It’s 147 time in Clay Bay, a water-based triathlon Suzy’s mom has organized to help extend the tourist season a bit longer. And while Suzy and Josie are more than comfortable enjoying the event as mere spectators, Chef Claire is determined to participate in the grueling event. But as her training regimen accelerates, she soon finds herself agreeing with both of them that she’s lost her mind.

When they find a Maltese stranded on a paddleboard in the middle of the River during one of Chef Claire’s training sessions, they’re able to rescue the dog and soon reunite her with her owner. But Suzy is convinced that the dog being out on the water all by itself was no accident and certain that Maria, the dog’s owner, was being sent a message. And when one of the participants is shot during the race, the stakes are raised in a hurry as Suzy begins her search for clues.

Before Suzy can even begin to find her bearings regarding who might have killed the kayaker, she is banished from the investigation by Chief Abrams, who is following the mandate laid down by her mother that she refrain from doing what comes naturally. Miffed and petulant about being cut out of the case and sent to the sidelines, the Snoopmeister sets out on her own investigation, and is soon up to her neck in the middle of a mystery that involves a diverse cast of characters who work for the company that is organizing the 147, a few of their corporate sponsors, and an ex-gangster bookmaker from her mother’s past.

Forced to cut a deal with her mother, Suzy agrees to focus on her personal life in exchange for her mother’s agreement to mind her own business. And when Suzy and Chief Abrams find themselves in Mexico trying to track down the killer, along with her mother and her new boyfriend, Suzy has a chance encounter with a stranger who just might be a ‘keeper’ and bumbling through a series of adventures that will hopefully lead her and the Chief down the trail they need to put the pieces together in a very strange and funny puzzle.

The Case of the Mellow Maltese is the latest installment in B.R. Snow’s popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries and deals with dogs, food, and the power of friendship set in one of the most beautiful spots on the planet.

Nov 06

Books For Dog Lovers – Installment 1 – November, 2017

Hi, folks,

I just wanted to update you about an exciting new monthly promotion I’ve been asked to participate in. It’s called Books for Dog Lovers and I’m honored to be in such illustrious company. The initial roster of participating authors, who regularly feature our four-legged friends in their books, is impressive and you can find out a few things about all of them here:

http://rachelebaker.com/meet-authors-books-dog-lovers/

Each month, the participating authors will feature up to three books, many of which will have special deals attached to them. November’s collection includes fourteen books from the group, many of which I have already read and highly recommend. And all the others are high on my current reading list.

I know all the dog lovers in my group of readers, and there certainly are a lot of you, will enjoy all the books!

Click the link below to review all of this month’s books and grab a copy of each.

http://rachelebaker.com/books-dog-lovers/

And I need to give a special thank you to Rachele Baker who had the idea of pulling all of us together for this great promotional effort.

Rachele’s a vet, so when it comes to dogs, she certainly knows what she is talking about as evidenced by her new book, 7 Simple Ways to Keep Your Dog Healthy.

And, yes, you’ll find it as one of this month’s featured books.

Happy reading!

Bernie

Nov 02

The Case of the Mellow Maltese Has Launched!

Hi, folks.

I just wanted to let you know that my latest book in The Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries was released today and is already the #1 Dog Breed book on Amazon. Many thanks to everyone who pre-ordered the book. Your support is what made it possible to launch with the BestSeller ranking.

For those of you who haven’t picked up a copy yet, here’s the link: http://amzn.to/2yGM32G

And for those who participate in the Amazon program, you can read it for free through Kindle Unlimited.

I hope you enjoy it!

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As B.R. Snow’s The Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mystery series reaches its halfway point, serious change is in the air for Suzy and her mom.

It’s 147 time in Clay Bay, a water-based triathlon Suzy’s mom has organized to help extend the tourist season a bit longer. And while Suzy and Josie are more than comfortable enjoying the event as mere spectators, Chef Claire is determined to participate in the grueling event. But as her training regimen accelerates, she soon finds herself agreeing with both of them that she’s lost her mind.

When they find a Maltese stranded on a paddleboard in the middle of the River during one of Chef Claire’s training sessions, they’re able to rescue the dog and soon reunite her with her owner. But Suzy is convinced that the dog being out on the water all by itself was no accident and certain that Maria, the dog’s owner, was being sent a message. And when one of the participants is shot during the race, the stakes are raised in a hurry as Suzy begins her search for clues.

But before Suzy can even begin to find her bearings regarding who might have killed the kayaker, she is banished from the investigation by Chief Abrams, who is following the mandate laid down by her mother that she refrain from doing what comes naturally. Miffed and petulant about being cut out of the case and sent to the sidelines, the Snoopmeister sets out on her own investigation, and is soon up to her neck in the middle of a mystery that involves a diverse cast of characters who work for the company that is organizing the 147, a few of their corporate sponsors, and an ex-gangster bookmaker from her mother’s past.
Forced to cut a deal with her mother, Suzy agrees to focus on her personal life in exchange for her mother’s agreement to mind her own business. And when Suzy and Chief Abrams find themselves in Mexico trying to track down the killer, along with her mother and her new boyfriend, Suzy has a chance encounter with a stranger who just might be a ‘keeper’ and bumbling through a series of adventures that will hopefully lead her and the Chief down the trail they need to put the pieces together in a very strange and funny puzzle.

The Case of the Mellow Maltese is the latest installment in B.R. Snow’s increasingly popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries and deals with dogs, food, and the power of friendship set in one of the most beautiful spots on the planet.

Oct 29

Some New Arrivals

Hi folks,

I hope everyone is having a great weekend!

I just thought I’d send you an update about some great new cozy mysteries that have recently been released I know you’ll enjoy.

And in a shameless plug, first up is the latest in my Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries, called The Case of the Mellow Maltese. It is available for pre-order and will launch on November 2nd.

http://amzn.to/2yGM32G

As The Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mystery series reaches its halfway point, serious change is in the air for Suzy and her mom.

It’s 147 time in Clay Bay, a water-based triathlon Suzy’s mom has organized to help extend the tourist season a bit longer. And while Suzy and Josie are more than comfortable enjoying the event as mere spectators, Chef Claire is determined to participate in the grueling event. But as her training regimen accelerates, she soon finds herself agreeing with both of them that she’s lost her mind.

When they find a Maltese stranded on a paddleboard in the middle of the River during one of Chef Claire’s training sessions, they’re able to rescue the dog and soon reunite her with her owner. But Suzy is convinced that the dog being out on the water all by itself was no accident and certain that Maria, the dog’s owner, was being sent a message. And when one of the participants is shot during the race, the stakes are raised in a hurry as Suzy begins her search for clues.

But before Suzy can even begin to find her bearings regarding who might have killed the kayaker, she is banished from the investigation by Chief Abrams, who is following the mandate laid down by her mother that she refrain from doing what comes naturally. Miffed and petulant about being cut out of the case and sent to the sidelines, the Snoopmeister sets out on her own investigation, and is soon up to her neck in the middle of a mystery that involves a diverse cast of characters who work for the company that is organizing the 147, a few of their corporate sponsors, and an ex-gangster bookmaker from her mother’s past.
Forced to cut a deal with her mother, Suzy agrees to focus on her personal life in exchange for her mother’s agreement to mind her own business. And when Suzy and Chief Abrams find themselves in Mexico trying to track down the killer, along with her mother and her new boyfriend, Suzy has a chance encounter with a stranger who just might be a ‘keeper’ and bumbling through a series of adventures that will hopefully lead her and the Chief down the trail they need to put the pieces together in a very strange and funny puzzle.

The Case of the Mellow Maltese is the latest installment in B.R. Snow’s increasingly popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries and deals with dogs, food, and the power of friendship set in one of the most beautiful spots on the planet.

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http://ow.ly/s6pN5 On sale for $0.99 through November 5th!

Ever heard of someone celebrating New Year’s Eve by committing murder? Well, it happened, and the killer is now looking for DeeDee!

That’s the situation DeeDee found herself in after the very successful New Year’s Eve party she catered for Dana Donnelly, the popular hostess of the Seattle television entertainment show, New Day NW. The successful party quickly became a distant memory when Dana was found murdered near her pool house. It didn’t help that the murderer was certain they’d been spotted by DeeDee, and she could identify the killer.

DeeDee had ended her relationship with, Jake, her PI boyfriend, so she had no one to turn to for help when the killer sent her a threatening note telling her to keep quiet or she’d be the next victim. Her sister, Roz, calls on Al De Duca to help. He’s a retired enforcer for the mob who’s afraid of spiders and the open ocean, but has a heart of gold. Can he make it back from the Cayman Islands in time to prevent DeeDee’s murder?

But just who was Dana’s murderer? Dana’s spurned billionaire shipping magnate and longtime lover? His jealous wife? Dana’s husband who has a serious gambling addiction? Her television substitute who desperately wants her job? Or the television star she outed when she disclosed his sordid past on her show?

It becomes a race against time to see if Al, her Mafia bodyguard, can find the murderer before DeeDee becomes the next victim. Fortunately, her estranged boyfriend, Jake, and her loyal husky, Balto, are there to help Al, but will it be enough?
From USA Today Bestselling Author and seven-time Amazon All-Star comes the 4th book in the popular page-turning Northwest Cozy Mystery series. As always, there’s plenty of food and mouth-watering recipes!

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http://bit.ly/deadmothr On sale for $0.99 through November 12th.

Jessica Huntington is back in the fourth Desert Cities Mystery by USA Today bestselling author, Anna Celeste Burke.

Jessica’s ex-husband, James Harper, and her mother, Alexis, are in big trouble in A Dead Mother. Family dysfunction, infidelity, murder, and mayhem—what else can you expect from members of the rich and famous who move in Jessica Huntington’s circles? An arraignment in court goes off the rails after Jim Harper’s Bel Air mansion is trashed and a man is left fighting for his life. Jessica’s love life almost veers off track, too, as she struggles to balance job, family, sleuthing, and her attraction to Attorney Paul Worthington and Detective Frank Fontana. When the body of a prominent member of the Palm Desert community is found dead on the side of the road, Jessica gives up hope that this year will be better than the last.

It’s a three-ring-circus of calamities as Jessica and her friends get pulled into another whirlwind whodunit. There are plenty of well-heeled heels to choose from among the suspects with murderous motives: love, lust, lucre, and loathing.

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