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Kate Dyer-Seeley

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Murphy



This week we have reviews & giveaways of 4 more mysteries that would be perfect for your June Wedding reading as they deal with cocktails, flowers, and France (what better honeymoon destination could there be)-Death of a Cookbook Author: A Hayley Powell Food and Cocktails Mystery by Lee Hollis, Natural Thorn Killer: A Rose City Mystery by Kate Dyer-Seeley, Dressed for Death in Burgundy: A French Village Mystery by Susan C. Shea, and Flowers and Foul Play: A Magic Garden Mystery by Amanda Flower .

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Coming Attractions: The Lent Edition

IN THE February 24 ISSUE

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by Sunny Frazier


Authors are throwing temptation your way with their tasty (and tasteful) books—including 5 new series. Enjoy!

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by Cynthia Chow


Claustrophobic, fearful of heights, and favoring pink vintage couture over hiking books, Northwest Extreme outdoor magazine should not be Meg Reed’s natural habitat. Not enjoying the outdoors doesn’t mean that she hasn’t learned to appreciate or respect it though, and working for the publication has certainly forced her to push her boundaries and limits.

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by Cynthia Chow


Although Meg Reed was last seen venturing to New York City for an amazing week interviewing for a prospective job at ESPN, she has returned with the realization that Portland, Oregon, is her true home. Meg’s decision to stay at outdoor adventure magazine Northwest Extreme has come at a rather inopportune time, as the owner Greg just dropped the bomb that he may be selling out to a Japanese buyer.

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by Cynthia Chow


Although klutz-prone journalist Meg Reed often feels in over-her-head during assignments for Northwest Extreme magazine, she finally is in her element. An experienced swimmer, covering the King of the Hook windsurfing competition on Oregon’s Hood River is a challenge Meg can meet. What Meg is not prepared for is yet another encounter with a murder victim, this time that of Justine Cruise, the number one surfer in the world.

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by Sunny Frazier


Don’t count winter out just yet! Here, for your reading pleasure, are several “yummy” mysteries with recipes, debut mysteries, and stories set all over the USA, Mexico, and across the Pond.

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