Duffy Brown

Murder, Mayhem and 4 of a Kind By Duffy Brown: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Sarah Erwin
& Duffy Brown

In Duffy Brown’s newest cozy mystery, Murder, Mayhem and 4 of a Kind (the first in a new series called High Cotton Mysteries), readers are in for a hilarious treat. Think about the antics of Janet Evanonvich’s Stephanie Plum and Grandma Mazur characters, combined with the southern charm of Miranda James’ Southern Ladies Mystery series, and you have Duffy’s latest.

Wedding Day and Foul Play By Duffy Brown: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Cynthia Chow

Prissy Fox Consignment Shop owner Reagan Summerside is finally marrying Walker Boone, the dreamily attractive Savannah attorney. More importantly, it’s been 183 days since she’s managed to stumble across a dead body, a habit that would be more disturbing if she also hadn’t played a significant role in solving the murders. Unfortunately, she’s going to break that record on the very same day her wedding dreams come true.

Braking for Bodies By Duffy Brown: Review/Guest Post/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy
& Duffy Brown

In this our Earth Day issue we are featuring e-books and books that somehow tie in to Earth Day. What could be more Earth friendly than bicycling, so this week we have a review & giveaway of Braking for Bodies by Duffy Brown, along with an interesting biking and Earth Day related guest post from Duffy. Details at the end of this post on how to enter to win a copy of Braking for Bodies, along with a link to purchase the book where a portion goes to help support KRL & an indie bookstore.

Geared for the Grave By Duffy Brown

by Sandra Murphy

The plot device of a big city girl returning home after a (pick one) bad breakup, being jilted, loss of a job, public humiliation, has been done often lately but this one is different. Evie Bloomfield is trying to save her job when she takes a short term assignment on Mackinac Island. Her boss’s father has broken his leg and needs help to refurbish and run his bicycle rental shop. Of course, the boss is too busy to go.