October Releases

Donald Bain, Jessica Fletcher, Renee Paley-Bain
Murder, She Wrote: the Ghost and Mrs. Fletcher

Joyce and Jim Lavene
Looking for Mr. Good Witch

Carolyn Hart
Ghost Wanted

Laura Childs
Gossamer Ghost

Isabella Alan
Murder, Plainly Read

Julianne Holmes
Just Killing Time

Sheila Connolly
A Gala Event

Julia Buckley
The Big Chili

Heather Blake
Ghost of a Potion

Leigh Perry
The Skeleton Haunts a House

Carolyn Hart
Ghost to the Rescue

Laura Childs, Terrie Farley Moran
Parchment and Old Lace

Beverly Allen
Floral Depravity

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Liz Lipperman

Liz Lipperman

Raised in a small town in Ohio, number eight of nine children, I graduated from nursing school and worked as a registered nurse for many years. When I could no longer ignore the characters talking in my head (No, I’m not on medication), I went back to school and got a professional arts degree. Then I started my first novel.

As most writers will agree, raising a family and working a full-time day job is a challenge when you’re trying to bring those characters to life. Three beautiful grandchildren later, I wouldn’t change a thing in my journey (Okay, I’d outlaw rejection letters.)

Anyone who has tried to write a book and sell it knows it doesn’t happen overnight. I started off thinking I was a romance writer, but those evil villains kept pushing their way into my stories. I discovered I loved killing off people, then tricking everyone into believing it was the wrong guy. Wait — isn’t that mystery writing? So, I gave in and let the mystery in me take over, although I still love romance and sneak it into every story.

But I didn’t get my happy ending just because I now wrote the kind of books I loved. Oh, contraire! Eight years after completing my first book, I finally sold. I am represented by the awesome Christine Witthohn of Book Cents Literary, LLC, who challenges me to take my writing to the next level.

Married to my high school sweetheart, I’ve lived in the Dallas area over twenty years and now call myself a Texan. (The Yankee in me still demands to be recognized every now and then.) We live seventy miles north of Dallas and have two grown children and a large extended family that remains close. Did I mention my three adorable grandbabies?

Since I grew up with love and laughter, that’s always been the type of book I read. If it can make me laugh or cry plus keep me guessing, I consider it a classic. I love mysteries, always have, always will.

Murder for the Halibut, January 2013
Beef Stolen-Off, July 2012
Liver Let Die, October 2011

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