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New Release – Death by Leprechaun

New Release – Death by Leprechaun

Fancy a trip to Dublin? Why not travel to Ireland with tour guide Lana Hansen and solve a murder along the way? It is my pleasure to share Book 6 of the Travel Can Be Murder Cozy Mystery series with you. Death by Leprechaun: A Saint Patrick’s Day Murder in Dublin is now available as eBook, paperback, large print edition, and in Kindle Unlimited! CLICK HERE to buy the eBook, paperback, or read it in Kindle Unlimited.CLICK HERE to buy…

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The Lover’s Portrait featured on CrimeReads!

The Lover’s Portrait featured on CrimeReads!

I am honored and thrilled to see The Lover’s Portrait featured on the fabulous magazine and website for crime fiction fans – CrimeReads! Art dealer and author Carol Orange included my WWII art history mystery in her list of “7 Great Heist Novels”. I am in GREAT company – Ian Rankin, Daniel Silva, Iain Pears, Jeffrey Archer, Carson Morton, and Robert Brown Parker also made the list. Here’s what she had to say about The Lover’s Portrait: Jennifer S. Alderson,…

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Happy release day, The Vermeer Deception!

Happy release day, The Vermeer Deception!

Today is release day for my latest art history mystery, The Vermeer Deception! I am quite excited to see it is now available on Amazon as paperback, eBook, and in Kindle Unlimited. When I set the release date a year ago, I never could have imagined the global crisis we are facing. I hope my books bring a little solace – and perhaps even joy – to your life! Here’s the description of The Vermeer Deception (Book Four in the…

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Spotlight on historical fiction and cozy mystery author Nicola Slade

Spotlight on historical fiction and cozy mystery author Nicola Slade

I am pleased to welcome historical fiction and cozy mystery author Nicola Slade to my blog today. Her novels have received praise for their humour and the characters’ eccentricity, as well as the depth and sensitivity of her writing. I’m glad she had time to chat before flying to Bellingham, Washington to receive a Chanticleer Award for one of her nine books! Today, this history and travel buff shares with us more about her work, favorite films and pastimes, as…

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Exploring the Locations used in Rituals of the Dead

Exploring the Locations used in Rituals of the Dead

My latest art-related mystery, Rituals of the Dead, is set in Papua and the Netherlands – two nations on opposite sides of the globe yet connected by a colonial past.   Dutch New Guinea Dutch New Guinea – as the Papua Province of Indonesia was known until 1963 – was considered to be one of the last truly wild frontiers. The seemingly impenetrable interior and extreme weather, combined with rumors of headhunting and a hunter-gatherer lifestyle, enticed many explorers wishing…

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Rituals of the Dead audiobook available on Audible worldwide!

Rituals of the Dead audiobook available on Audible worldwide!

If you love mystery, history and adventure, Rituals of the Dead: An Artifact Mystery might be the (audio)book for you 😀 I am pleased to announce it is now available on Audible worldwide! Here are direct links for Audible US, Audible UK, Audible France and Audible Germany. Or search for it by name.     My audiobook was selected as a guinea pig for ACX’s new line of marketing ads. I am pleased as punch! Many thanks to the good folks at Audiobook…

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Spotlight on Janice Croom

Spotlight on Janice Croom

I am pleased to welcome mystery author Janice Croom to my blog today! I had the pleasure of working with Janice during Mystery Thriller Week a few months ago. Her book’s title – Dead of an Idiot Boss – really cracked me up and made me take notice of her Kadence MacBride mystery series. Here is your chance to learn more about Janice, her books, her fascination with Wakanda, her favorite music to write to, and insider tips for your…

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Spotlight on historical fiction and mystery author Victoria Blake

Spotlight on historical fiction and mystery author Victoria Blake

It is a special treat for me to kick off the 2018 edition of ‘Spotlight on…’ by featuring Victoria Blake, an author I greatly admire. Her historical fiction novel Titian’s Boatman was my favorite read of 2017. (Many thanks to TripFiction for asking me to review it!) I also enjoyed her crime fiction mystery Jumping the Cracks, and look forward to reading the rest of the Sam Falconer series. She is the author of eight books spanning the mystery, historical fiction…

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The Lover’s Portrait: An Art Mystery wins Silver in RBRT 2017 Awards

The Lover’s Portrait: An Art Mystery wins Silver in RBRT 2017 Awards

I am honored beyond belief to see The Lover’s Portrait: An Art Mystery came in second in the RBRT Awards Mystery category! Thank you all for your votes – I REALLY appreciate it! Big hug to each and every one of you 🙂 Rosie Amber​ is a star for organizing these awards! The entire Rosie’s Book Review Team deserves a big hug for all their wonderful reviews and spreading the word about the books they enjoyed. And of course, the…

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