Dead Girls Don’t Blog
#1 in The Murder Blog Mysteries
Awarded the B.R.A.G. Medallion for excellence in independent publishing.
What would you do if the man who murdered your friend were eligible for parole?
As Katy McKenna struggles to rebuild the successful career she suspended to chase her cheating exe’s dreams, her life suddenly takes a dramatic turn when she stumbles upon a newspaper story about the upcoming parole hearing for the man who raped, kidnapped, and murdered her high school friend, sixteen years ago.
Fearing he could soon be set free to prey on other innocent young girls, Katy sets out to make sure this doesn’t happen, not realizing she might not survive to blog about it.
Sometimes, doing the right thing can get you dead.
Better Dead Than Wed
#2 in the Murder Blog Mysteries
Katy McKenna has had enough near-death experiences and heartache to last a lifetime. Now all she wants to do is get her career back on track, find a nice guy, and live happily-ever-after. But when she hears about a man maliciously exposing innocent young women to HIV, she is compelled to put her plans on hold to stop him.
Meanwhile, Katy’s mother is forced to reveal a shattering childhood trauma that has come back to haunt her; her obnoxious baby sister is moving in, and her scuzzy was-band is stalking her.
And she’s beginning to wonder why every rotten person she has recently heard about has suddenly dropped dead.
Is it divine providence? Or is it murder?
Coins and Cadavers
#3 in The Murder Blog Mysteries
Katy McKenna’s good intentions are going to get her DEAD….
While battling a furry vermin invasion in the spooky attic of her old house, Katy discovers a vintage wooden chest hidden behind a wall. Although everyone assures her the box is legally hers, its incredible contents compel Katy to search for the rightful owner.
Meanwhile, she takes a temp job assisting her hunky P.I. neighbor, Josh Draper. The assignment: Trap a sleazy wife-cheater. Something Katy knows about all too well from personal experience. During a cozy stakeout in Draper’s two-seater, things get awkward as the sizzling tension builds. Who will make the first move?
Since she’s already been searching online for past owners of her home, Grandma Ruby asks Katy to use her sleuthing skills to discover what happened to her bigamist great-great grandfather. Katy’s quest leads her to find an extended family she never knew existed.
Family secrets are revealed, for better or worse….
Romance blossoms, for better or worse….
And Katy’s good intentions lead her into
a terrifying dilemma she may not survive.
Shortly after I published Dead Girls Don’t Blog I was asked to contribute two recipes to this wonderful cookbook by Nancy Lynn Jarvis. I was thrilled!
Every recipe I’ve tried has been delicious. Try the Peanut Butter Soup!
What happens when 128 cozy mystery writers get together to do a cookbook? You get more than 220 recipes that are as varied and interesting as an amateur sleuth’s day job.