Mutt Mysteries: Fun “Tails” of Mutts and Murder!

It’s my great pleasure to host FOUR authors today from the Mutt Mysteries series: Teresa Inge, Jayne Ormerod, Rosemary Shomaker, and Heather Weidner. They’re here to discuss their newly-released To Fetch a Scoundrel, a “fetching” collection of novellas from the … Continue reading

Cheryl Crane: Mystery Writer Flying Under the Radar

Mention Cheryl Crane’s name, especially to those of a “certain age,” and you get the usual responses: “Oh yes, Lana Turner’s daughter,” or “Oh yes, the one who killed her mother’s gangster lover, Johnny Stompanato.” But ask them about Cheryl … Continue reading

Introducing Vince Castelli: Hazel Rose’s Sort-Of Love Interest

… he’s tall, broad-shouldered, with a shock of white hair and slate blue eyes. Vince’s heady combination of Brooklyn and southern gentleman served him well in law enforcement and in romance. Especially since he wasn’t always a gentleman . . … Continue reading

Introducing Kat Berenger: Murder at the Book Group’s Wild Sidekick

  She’s wild, she’s sassy, she’s “out there.” Her platinum curls go everywhere. She’s fond of leopard prints and the color chartreuse. She has an easy-come-easy-go attitude where men are concerned and cheerfully acknowledges that she’s not the sort of … Continue reading