Jenn McKinlay

Fatal First Edition By Jenn McKinlay: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


Nothing can get a bibliophile more excited than a book-themed conference, where attendees can learn more about innovations in their field while mingling with other like-minded book addicts. That is why Briar Creek Library Director Lindsey Norris is thrilled to be attending the Annual Archivists Convention in Chicago, especially since her husband Mike “Sully” Sullivan joins her when not visiting his old Navy buddies.

Fatal Fascinator By Jenn McKinlay: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


It’s wedding season in England, that time of year for romance, bridezillas, over-the-top hen parties, and of course, brilliantly designed hats and fascinators. It’s for that latter that the Mims Whims hat shop owners Notting Hill have been called upon to design bridal headpieces for the bride-proclaimed “Wedding of the Year,” after the previous designer took off with the fascinators and Piper May’s deposit.

The Plot and the Pendulum By Jenn McKinlay: Review/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy


In Briar Creek, it’s almost Halloween. As the library staff gets ready for the spooky holiday, librarian Lindsey Norris learns William Dorchester is in town to settle his mother, Marion, into an assisted living home. He plans to sell the house and its contents and wants to donate all the books to the library to use however they want. Marion objects, of course, but suffering a form of dementia, is overruled.

Strawberried Alive By Jenn McKinlay: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


Until shots are fired at Fairy Tales Cupcake Bakery co-owner Melanie Cooper DeLaura, Mel thought her biggest headache would be refrosting hundreds of cupcakes to match the ever-changing mind of her bridezilla client. Honestly, after thirteen previous murder investigations, it’s a miracle that it’s taken this long for Mel to appear on someone’s hit list, be it from an unhappy client, envious rival baker, or the dozens of killers she and her assistant district attorney husband Joe have helped to put behind bars.

Killer Research By Jenn McKinlay

by Cynthia Chow


It may be the Spring season in Briar Creek, Connecticut, but it’s also the time of a heated election battle between mayoral candidates. Incumbent Mayor Hensen is running for his third term in office, and the fat-cat is wielding every influence his has to keep him in his very comfortable seat. Running against him is Briar Creek Library head of circulation Ms. Eugenia Cole, formerly known as The Lemon but who has softened through romance and the reluctant influence of the Director, Lindsey Norris.

More Fun Food Mysteries For Your Summer Reading

by Sandra Murphy
& Cynthia Chow


This week we have another fun group of food mysteries for your summer reading fun-For Batter or Worse: A Cupcake Bakery Mystery by Jenn McKinlay, Death Gone A-Rye: A Bread Shop Mystery by Winnie Archer, Southern Sass and a Battered Bride: A Marygene Brown Mystery by Kate Young, and Peaches and Schemes: A Georgia B&B Mystery by Anna Gerard.

One for the Books By Jenn McKinlay: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Cynthia Chow


Briar Creek Library Director Lindsey Norris prides herself on having a very well-organized, triple-checked, detailed plan for her life. So that’s why she’s completely thrown by the discovery that she sent out the wrong invitation list for her own wedding, more than tripling the number of her guests who will be expecting to party in just one week. Her placid fiancé Mike “Sully” Sullivan does his best to reassure Lindsey that his family’s historical home on Bell Island will easily accommodate the new size of their formerly intimate wedding, especially in comparison to the much more lavish and over-the-top Briggses’ Annual Christmas Bash.

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