August Releases



Paige Shelton
If Catfish Had Nine Lives


Terrie Farley Moran
Well Read, Then Dead








Ellery Adams
Murder in the Mystery Suite


Rhys Bowen
Heirs and Graces








Penny Pike
Death of a Crabby Cook


Nancy Martin
A Little Night Murder








Erika Chase
Book Fair and Foul


Kylie Logan
Death by Devil's Breath








Elizabeth Lynn Casey
Taken In


Leann Sweeney
The Cat, the Vagabond and the Victim








Elizabeth Craig
Shear Trouble


Allison Kingsley
Extra Sensory Deception








Kate Parker
The Counterfeit Lady


Rhys Bowen
Queen of Hearts








Cleo Coyle
Billionaire Blend


Nancy Martin
Little Black Book of Murder






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Sarah Atwell
http://www.sarahatwellwriter.com


Sarah Atwell

Pseudonym: Sheila Connolly.

Sarah Atwell is the pen name of Sheila Connolly.

THROUGH A GLASS, DEADLY is her first book.

Sheila lives near Cape Cod, where there are plenty of glassblowers.

To learn more about Sheila, go to: www.sheilaconnolly.com

I've tried almost every craft at least once: knitting, sewing, home renovation, upholstery, picture-framing, chair-weaving...the list goes on. But glassmaking is particularly fascinating to me. It's a challenging and demanding craft, one that takes concentration, skill, and luck. And the results are both beautiful and permanent.

I studied medieval art in college, and fell in love with 12th-century church windows. Even eight hundred years later, they fill cold stone buildings with radiant light, and they still inspire awe. Modern glassmaking has changed very little: it takes the same basic materials, and a lot of heat. And plenty of practice.

My character Em Dowell is both an artist and a businesswoman, managing her own shop in the Factory District in downtown Tucson, Arizona. She finds it hard enough to juggle earning a living and making glass, even before she finds a body in her studio.

Books:
Snake in the Glass, September 2009
Pane of Death, November 2008
Through a Glass, Deadly, March 2008






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