A Nice Early Review for Murder at the Book Group


Book Cover PB edition borderNatasha Simons, my editor at Simon & Schuster, sent me this review from Jennyfer Davis from BeachCrafters Books in Long Beach, California (http://beachcrafters.weebly.com). According to Natasha, this is a bookseller review, meaning that it’s posted in the store for people who are browsing the shelves as a recommendation to buy it.

Here’s the text of the review:

Summary: Recommending

Review: Easy to read, fun mystery where a book group member is found dead. Hazel and Carlene founded the book club, but when Carlene dies, is it suicide or murder? Hazel begins investigating and discovers that she really didn’t know Carlene at all. Fun characters, lots of motives and a good mystery!

A big, big thanks to Ms. Davis.


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Maggie King is the author of the Hazel Rose Book Group mysteries. Her short stories appear in the Virginia is for Mysteries series, 50 Shades of Cabernet, Deadly Southern Charm, Death by Cupcake, and Murder by the Glass. Maggie is a member of James River Writers, International Thriller Writers, Short Mystery Fiction Society, and is a founding member of Sisters in Crime Central Virginia, where she manages the chapter’s Instagram account. In addition, she serves Sisters in Crime on the national level as a member of the Social Media team. Maggie graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a B.S. degree in Business Administration, and has worked as a software developer, customer service supervisor, and retail sales manager. She lives in Richmond, Virginia with her husband, Glen, and cats, Morris and Olive.

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