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Map Your Mystery review of Marked for Revenge

Map Your Mystery review of Marked for Revenge

Many thanks to Christine Gentes of Map Your Mystery for reviewing Marked for Revenge! You can read her fantastic review of Marked for Revenge HERE. She has also interviewed me for her wonderful blog and reviewed my novels The Lover’s Portrait and Rituals of the Dead. Click on the links to visit her site!

Historical Fiction Gift Guide

Historical Fiction Gift Guide

Let yourself be swept away to another time and place with these captivating historical fiction novels by Jennifer S. Alderson, Victoria Blake, Angela Barton, Vanessa Couchman, Carol M. Cram, Kathryn Gauci, Marion Kummerow, Imogen Matthews, and Angela Petch! These fascinating tales introduce you to the world of singers, theater makers, artists, and tapestry weavers in bygone eras, as well as those of ordinary citizens caught up in the horrors of WWII in the Netherlands, France, Germany, and Italy. Most of…

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Spotlight on book blogger Rosie Amber

Spotlight on book blogger Rosie Amber

It is a real pleasure to introduce you to Rosie Amber, book blogger extraordinaire and the brains behind #TuesdayBookBlog and #RBRT (Rosie’s Book Review Team). If you are searching for the perfect holiday read, do check out the plethora of book reviews listed on her website, in all sorts of genres. Books do make perfect gifts! Take a moment to learn more about Rosie, her passion for reading, why she started a book blog, and some of her favorite novels….

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Spotlight on author and artist Pamela Jane Rogers

Spotlight on author and artist Pamela Jane Rogers

It is my pleasure to welcome artist and author Pamela Jane Rogers to my blog today! Her gorgeous memoir, Greekscapes Illustrated, recounts her love affair with Greece and passion for painting. Take a moment to learn about Pamela, her new writing project, and life as an expat in Greece. Spotlight on author and artist Pamela Jane Rogers If you were packing for a long trip, which book would you take and why? Oh my! Only one? At this point in…

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WWII & Art in Fiction

WWII & Art in Fiction

In the mood for a fascinating thriller or historical fiction novel about art and World War II? Several of these thrilling reads involve amateur sleuths, investigative reporters, and art historians hot on the trail of missing Nazi-looted artwork – often with deadly results. Others provide a fascinating insight into the lives of artists affected by the war. If you love art and are fascinated by WWII, you won’t want to miss these captivating reads by Jennifer S. Alderson, Pamela Allegretto,…

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Introducing Travel Can Be Murder Cozy Mystery Series

Introducing Travel Can Be Murder Cozy Mystery Series

It gives me great pleasure to introduce you to my newest creation, Lana Hansen – star of the Travel Can Be Murder Cozy Mystery Series! Join Lana as she leads tourists and readers to fascinating cities around the globe on intriguing adventures that, unfortunately for Lana, often turn deadly. I’ve been kicking around the idea for a new travel-themed cozy mystery series for about a year. It’s taken me awhile to flesh out the characters and world, but it has…

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Introducing Art in Fiction

Introducing Art in Fiction

Today it gives me great pleasure to turn my blog over to Carol M. Cram, author and founder of a new website for readers who love art and culture – Art in Fiction! INTRODUCING ART IN FICTION A New Literary Website Developed by Carol M. Cram I’m thrilled to announce the launch of Art In Fiction (www.artinfiction.com), a new website for lovers of novels inspired by the arts. I’ve created Art In Fiction as a literary oasis that only lists books inspired by…

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Spotlight on mystery author Liz Milliron

Spotlight on mystery author Liz Milliron

It is a pleasure to welcome mystery author Liz Milliron to my blog! Many of you may also know her as a blogger for Mysteristas. Today she is here to share more about how she researches the settings of her mystery series – Laurel Highlands, Pennsylvania – and weaves her own experiences into her characters’ lives. Be sure and let Liz know via comment where you enjoy traveling to most – either in person or in fiction! Location, location, location…

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Travel By Book Summer Adventures

Travel By Book Summer Adventures

Infuse the last days of summer with a little mystery and adventure. Grab one of these pulse-pounding reads and transport yourself around the world–from the comfort of your beach towel! Here is a selection of books by Travel By Book members Jennifer S. Alderson, Caron Albright, Andrew Cairns, Richard Clark, Rebecca Entel, Margaret Halliday, Linda Huber, Rob Johnson, Effrosyni Moschoudi, A. Nation, Helen Pryke, and Suzi Stembridge. If you enjoy reading or writing books strong in setting, consider joining us…

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Down and Out in Kathmandu is an audiobook

Down and Out in Kathmandu is an audiobook

My debut novel, Down and Out in Kathamandu: A Backpacker Mystery, is now an audiobook! It’s the perfect summer listen for lovers of travel, crime fiction, and (mis)adventures. If you do listen or read it, I would love to know what you think of it! Available now as audiobook, paperback, and eBook from Amazon COM, Amazon Worldwide, Audible COM, Audible UK, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, AbeBooks or Book Depository, Audible Germany, and Audible France. Zelda wants to teach children English and…

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