July Releases



Julie Hyzy
Grace Against the Clock


Betty Hechtman
Silence of the Lamb's Wool








Bailey Cates
Some Enchanted Éclair


Juliet Blackwell
A Vision in Velvet








Jennifer McAndrews
Ill-Gotten Panes


Virginia Lowell
Cookies and Scream








Leslie Budewitz
Crime Rib


Lorna Barrett
Book Clubbed








Michelle Rowen
From Fear to Eternity


Victoria Laurie
Fatal Fortune








Dawn Eastman
Be Careful What You Witch For


Jessie Crockett
Maple Mayhem








Anna Lee Huber
A Grave Matter


Victoria Hamilton
Muffin But Murder








Laurie Cass
Tailing a Tabby


Lorna Barrett
Not the Killing Type






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Grace Carroll

Carol Grace Culver (aka Grace Carroll) was born with wanderlust. She was raised in Illinois, but longed to travel. She spent her junior year in college at the Sorbonne in Paris. Armed with a BA in French, she went to San Francisco to seek her fame and fortune. There she landed a job as switchboard operator and receptionist at KQED, the public TV station, where she met her future husband and did on-the-air promos in French for her idol, Julia Child, showing her parents that French was a useful major after all.

Restless after five years, she joined the hospital ship HOPE for three voyages — Guinea, Nicaragua, and Tunisia. After she married, she and her husband went to Algeria and Iran to work. They loved the excitement of living abroad, but returned to California to raise their two children in their mountain-top home overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Carol says that writing is another way of making life exciting.

Carol has published over 35 romance novels for Harlequin/Silhouette. She’s written 2 single title romances and three Young Adult novels. She is currently writing mysteries. The first — A GOOD DAY TO PIE — will be published in August 2011, the second SHOE DONE IT comes out in October 2011.

Books:
Murder After a Fashion, June 2013
Died With a Bow, September 2012
Shoe Done It, October 2011






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