Pat Browning

No Substitute for Maturity By Carolyn J. Rose: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Pat Browning

Barbara Reed, substitute teacher at Captain Merriweather High School in Reckless River, Washington, is not having a good day, and that’s even before the school bell rings. Opening lines:
"You may not realize you’re carrying a backpack loaded with beliefs or a tote bag crammed with foregone conclusions, until your baggage collides with that of another … And mine was slamming into Dave Martin’s as he moved into the condo now known as “ours.”

Musical Mysteries at Left Coast Crime

by Pat Browning
& Sandra Murphy

At this year’s Left Coast Crime I (Lorie Ham) will be part of a panel about Musical Mysteries--all of our mystery novels have a music connection. To help promote our panel here at KRL we have reviews of all of our latest books! Enjoy and come see us at LCC in Sacramento this Friday at 11:30 in the Campagno Room, with a signing immediately afterwards. The panel is made up of myself, Peggy Ehrhart, Bill Moody & Ken Kuhlken.

Local Mystery Author Lorie Ham Book Event/Interview/Review

by Pat Browning & Marilyn Meredith

This week in KRL I, the editor-in-chief and publisher, get to be interviewed by our own Marilyn Meredith, and have my latest mystery novel, The Final Note, reviewed by Pat Browning. With a book event coming up in Fresno next week featuring three KRL authors-Marilyn Meredith (also mystery), myself & vampire writer James Garcia Jr., this seemed like the perfect time for this. Hope you all enjoy learning about this book as much as I did writing it. All of our books are set right here in the Valley.

Interview with Mystery Author Penny Warner/Book Review & Giveaway

by Marilyn Meredith & Pat Browning

Interview by Marilyn Meredith, book review by Pat Browning, and contest to win an autographed copy of How To Crash A Killer Bash by Penny Warner at end of this post.
Hi, Penny, I’m so happy to finally be catching up with you. First off, please tell me and the readers a bit about your background before you started writing mysteries.