Kathleen Bridge

A Fatal Feast By Kathleen Bridge: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Kathleen Costa
& Kathleen Bridge


Meg Barrett fled Manhattan and her top job at American Home and Garden magazine and escaped to Montauk, Long Island—bad break-ups can make for quite a cloudy day. One silver lining, though, has Meg using her background and experience to open up a small interior design business, Cottages by the Sea, and creating a successful enterprise. Another silver lining is partnering with good friend Elle Warner, who owns a local shop filled with vintage treasures, and using their “passion for interior design and junk pickin’” as resources on a local TV production about a 30s detective duo.

April Coming Attractions: Bunnies and Yummies Edition

by Sunny Frazier


This month I pull a few rabbits out of the hat and offer six cozies with recipes. What’s in your Easter Basket? (some were released in March and some in April)
Hop 'Til You Drop over to Juliette (Jules) Bridges Fur Bridge Farm rabbit rescue in New Hampshire. She and her telepathic bunny, Bun, have agreed to hide Easter eggs at a town event.

Ghostal Living By Kathleen Bridge: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Sandra Murphy


Meg Barrett has been hired by an upscale B&B to make each room unique with a theme of great writers. While her own cottage is being renovated, she’s staying in the Emily Dickinson room. She had been on her kind-of-boyfriend Cole’s yacht, but with a hurricane predicted, the marina has been evacuated. The B&B is owned by Franklin Hollingsworth, a true bibliophile. His wife, Violet, a sculptor, says she can’t begin to compete with a first edition book.

End of Summer Penguin/Kensington Mysteries

by Sandra Murphy


As summer comes to a close we have another fun group of mysteries from Penguin and Kensington authors-Murder on the Horizon by M. L. Rowland, Better Homes and Corpses by Kathleen Bridge, In the Drink by Allyson K. Abbott, and Loom and Doom by Carol Ann Martin. Details on how to win copies of all 4 books, and a link to purchase them, at the end of this post.

Coming Attractions: Busy August Edition

by Sunny Frazier


“Idle hands are the devil's workshop.” We have lots of entrepreneurs in this month's mysteries to help keep your hands and mind busy with fun reads!
Jane Steward is organizing a Valentine's week of activities at her book-themed resort, Storyton Hall. It all goes to hell when Rosamund York, one of the most celebrated authors in attendance, is killed. Rosamund had plenty of enemies: fellow novelists, a former lover, and dozens of angry fans.

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