August Releases



Nancy Martin
A Little Night Murder


Daryl Wood Gerber
Fudging the Books








Peg Cochran
Berried Secrets


Mary Kennedy
Dream a Little Scream








Kylie Logan
Revenge of the Chili Queens


Carol Ann Martin
Loom and Doom








Rosie Genova
A Dish Best Served Cold


Kathleen Bridge
Better Homes and Corpses








Diane Vallere
Crushed Velvet


Ellery Adams
Murder in the Paperback Parlor








Rhys Bowen
Malice at the Palace


Leann Sweeney
The Cat, the Sneak and the Secret








Ayelet Waldman
And Murder Makes Three


Shelley Freydont
A Gilded Grave








Paige Shelton
If Onions Could Spring Leeks


M. L. Rowland
Murder on the Horizon








Rhys Bowen
Queen of Hearts


Nancy Herriman
No Comfort for the Lost






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Deb Baker
http://www.debbakerbooks.com


Deb Baker

Pseudonym: Hannah Reed.

Deb Baker (McGarity) was born in Escanaba, MI in 1953. Her family moved to Wisconsin in the 60s, but they kept strong ties to the Michigan Upper Peninsula. As a chronic late bloomer, Deb graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in English at the age of 45. Her first novel, Murder Passes the Buck, earned her The Authorlink International First Novelist Award where she took the mystery category, then went on to win Best of Show. The stories are set in her beloved Michigan backwoods and feature the unstoppable, unflappable Gertie Johnson. Others in the series include Murder Grins and Bears It and Murder Talks Turkey. Deb also writes a second series called the Dolls To Die For Series with doll restoration artist, Gretchen Birch. Titles are Dolled Up For Murder, Goodbye Dolly, Dolly Departed, and Ding Dong Dead.

Deb is Vice President of the Wisconsin chapter of Sisters In Crime and is active with Mystery Writers of America.

To contact Deb, click here.

Books:
Ding Dong Dead, December 2008
Dolly Departed, March 2008
Goodbye Dolly, September 2007
Dolled Up For Murder, October 2006






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