Die Morde von Chelsea is available today in ebook! This is my second German edition, as the first Dickens book, A Tale of Two Murders, is also available in German. If you are already fluent or are learning the language, give it a read!
Book 2 in my Journaling mysteries is out today. I’m so happy to share Mandy’s second adventure with you. Welcome back to the University of Seattle coffee bar, and the Maple Leaf neighborhood where she lives. Everything is not right in her friend Reese’s life, however…
Perfect for fans of Ellery Adams and Eva Gates, this action-filled, entertaining cozy featuring dark family secrets, revenge and friendship goals will have you gripped from the start to its shocking conclusion.
How well do you really know your friends?
Journaling blogger Mandy Meadows is determined to clear her friend’s name when she discovers a body by a dumpster.
Single mom, barista and journaling video blogger extraordinaire Mandy Meadows is distracted from her shift in the University of Seattle Hospital coffee bar when her friend – nurse and fellow journaling video blogger Reese O’Leary-Sett – receives a massage from hell at the hands of Coral Le Charme, the hospital’s new massage therapist. But concern over Coral’s dubious skills is the least of Mandy’s worries when she discovers Coral’s lifeless body by a dumpster later that evening.
What dark secrets was Coral hiding? Mandy’s tenant, homicide detective Justin Ahola, is on the case – and he has Reese firmly in his sights. Determined to help her friend, Mandy digs deeper into Coral’s life and makes some alarming discoveries. Can she clear Reese’s name and bring a killer to justice?
I hope everyone is having a great week! We are done with school for the year so I’m catching up on things like updating my website. Testing, testing…I had to upgrade my newsletter and blog “widget” so I’m hoping that new subscribers actually get onto the proper lists. It seems a bit not-going-right at the moment.
Anyway, if you celebrate any of the wonderful holidays this month I hope you are having a wonderful, socially distanced time!
This podcast reviewed A Christmas Carol Murder (starting at 13:00) along with other seasonable books. These ladies are adorable! https://darkstormybc.com/
The Mystery Lovers Bookshop in Pennsylvania kindly offered up this list of holiday-themed mystery books for your perusal! Holiday Themed Books | Mystery Lovers Bookshophttps://www.mysterylovers.com/holiday-themed-books
I’ll be in conversation with the wonderful John Charles this Saturday along with four other authors: Edith Maxwell and Maya Corrigan, Nancy Coco and Liz Ireland. You can join through Facebook Live or I would assume, through the Poisoned Pen website. The store opens at eleven so if you are in the Phoenix area you can go to the store, or order books online. It’s a fabulous mystery bookstore. https://www.facebook.com/events/852879548855576
I just appeared on the Cozy Ink Podcast. Here is the link if you want to listen. It’s a much shorter interview than the last one. https://leahbaileyauthor.com/?p=678
If you’re interested in learning about me and a lot of detail about the new book, this is a link to a full hour podcast I joined in on last week!