Carlene O’ Neil

Ripe for Murder By Carlene O’Neil: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy


Penny Lively used to be a photojournalist, but she’s settled down to run her family’s winery with the help of Connor, the manager. She’s approached by a man who owns a small railroad line to invest in the form of property. The train will bring new visitors to the winery, hopefully they’ll buy wines they taste, and being on the train means there’s no risk of anyone driving drunk.

More Fun May Penguin Mysteries

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Murphy



We have one more group this week of fun mysteries from Penguin mystery authors-Hiss and Tell by Claire Donally, Ming Tea Murder by Laura Childs, The Book Stops Here by Kate Carlisle, and One Foot in the Grape: A Cypress Cove Mystery By Carlene O’Neil. Details on how to win a copy of all 4 at the end of this post along with a link to purchase them.

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