I saved my last Bouchercon column for special friends throughout my career. It is always a pleasure to show off their latest!
How does a hoarder and her fortune connect to a corpse in a limestone cavern in Arizona? Joanna Brady has her hands full in What Remains of Innocence—Joanna Brady #16 by the prolific J.A. Jance.
At first, it seemed off in the distance, but now we're only two weeks out! With Long Beach on the horizon, I still have many authors who have asked to be included in my Bcon updates.
So many books, so little time to promote them all! Only three weeks remain until we all meet in Long Beach for the international mystery convention. Let's get to it:
Just in time for Halloween is the e-book for Leigh Perry's (aka Toni L.P. Kelner) A Skeleton in the Family, first in a new series.
If you're going to the convention, don't miss out on the Spice Up Your Crafts panel. If you can't make it, take a look at some of the “crafty” reads by these terrific authors!
This week Coming Attractions spotlights several authors and DorothyL members who are heading to Bouchercon in November. Attendees come from all over, and so do their novels!
Anthony Boucher. It’s appropriate the name is an alias, derived from his Grandmother’s maiden name and the name of his favorite saint. He was also known as H. H. Holmes, not from Sherlock Holmes but from Herman W. Mudgett, a famous serial killer, executed in 1896.