Sad to report that this event has been canceled due to concerns about the coronavirus. I hope that wherever you are, you are safe, healthy, and have plenty of good books to read. I'll let you know when it's rescheduled.
I'll be signing at the Sisters in Crime booth #1745 at the Public Library Association Conference in Nashville! This is librarian, book, and reader central, so it will be a lot of fun. The Conference is at the Music City Center and I'll be signing at 3 PM on Thursday, February 27. Stop by for a chat and get a free copy of my latest.
Hello, readers! I've cooked up a special surprise for you - a holiday short story.
Ever since I published Curses, Boiled Again, the first book in the Lobster Shack Mystery series, I've had readers asking for a Christmas story. The more I thought of it, the more I wanted to wrap up Allie in a holiday mystery. So in the story, she and Aunt Gully volunteer at a Festival of Trees fundraiser hosted by the formidable Dagmar Smith, the self proclaimed Queen of Christmas. When Dagmar's diamond necklace is stolen, Allie must unravel a blizzard of clues to uncover the thief.
This is such a busy time of the year. Reading time is short. So I've written this special short story the perfect length for a cold winter's evening with a nice warm drink. I hope you have as much fun reading it as I had writing it.
I hope you enjoy the "Queen of Christmas." Be sure to leave a review and let me know if you liked it.
Last weekend the hubby and I took a real old-fashioned country drive, and in the best tradition of country drives we stumbled upon some unexpected gems. My goal was legendary We-Li-Kit Ice Cream in Abingdon, CT which, believe me, did not disappoint.
But as we drove quiet country lanes through elegant Pomfret and into Woodstock, we saw this: