Friday, April 23, 2021
It feels like a good time for a giveaway!!
I love hard cover books! I know they take up space and ebooks are economical and practical, but I still love holding a real book. That's why all the Spicetown Mystery series are available in ebook, trade paperback, hard cover and audio. Each format serves a purpose and feels necessary to me.
I am giving away a signed hard cover edition of Spilling the Spice, Book 3 in the Spicetown Mystery Series. You may enter the giveaway by clicking the link below. There are other options listed to increase your entries and a winner will be announce on May 1st!
When shady entrepreneurs slink into Spicetown to splurge on the 4th of July holiday, their enemies are bound to follow.
Mayor Cora Mae Bingham wants her statue dedication to take center stage at the celebration, but a murder in Spicetown steals the front page news.
Can she help the Police Chief Conrad Harris solve the crime and still be Grand Marshall of the parade?
The ebook edition of A BELL IN THE GARDEN, Book 2 in the Spicetown Mystery Series, is on sale through the weekend for $.99. It is my personal favorite of the series and it seemed the most appropriate choice to celebrate Earth Day!
Grab your copy here ~> https://readerlinks.com/l/467487
When the owner of a new business digs up buried bones on opening day, the rumor mill in Spicetown comes alive!
Mayor Cora Mae Bingham and Police Chief Conrad Harris are faced with the Chamber of Commerce President on a rampage, the sweet biscotti-baking neighbor living a lie, the notorious town floozy being misunderstood and everyone in town speculating about who is missing.
Figuring out who the bones belong to will open up the cold cases in Spicetown and unearth all the old gossip that was never truly buried. Cora Mae and Chief Harris learn a few things about their fellow citizens along the way.
Saturday, December 5, 2020
Book 6 in the Spicetown Mystery series is having a 99cent Sale through the weekend!
With construction in full throttle in the new subdivisions, and the income tax filing deadline looming over her head, Mayor Cora Mae Bingham is revamping the Annual Easter Eggs-Travaganza and trying to figure out who is in the Easter bunny suit this year, when a dead body has to be added to her To-Do list.