Laura Levine

November Coming Attractions: Books to Digest After Thanksgiving Edition

by Sunny Frazier

Lauren Elliot is Steeped in Secrets in her new Crystals & CuriosiTEAS series. After a divorce, Shay Meyers is back in her hometown of Bray Harbor on California’s Monterey Peninsula. Shay is an empath and she’s inherited a tea and psychic shop full of Irish lore, Celtic symbols, and a dead body on the greenhouse roof.

November Mystery Catchup!

by Sandra Murphy
& Cynthia Chow

This week we have even more fun mysteries to add to your TBR list-Death and Sensibility: A Jane Austin Society Mystery by Elizabeth Blake, A Scone for Contention: A Key West Food Critic Mystery by Lucy Burdette, Coached in the Act: The Life Coach Mystery by Victoria Laurie, and Murder Gets A Makeover: A Jaine Austen Mystery by Laura Levine.

Death of a Neighborhood Scrooge By Laura Levine: Review/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy

Jaine Austen (no relation) is a well-known writer. Well, she wrote that slogan for the Toiletmasters Plumbers. Everybody knows that one. Christmas is slow for writers so she and neighbor Lance are house sitting for one of his shoe buying customers. The house is a mansion, full of antiques and baubles like Ming vases and Fabergé eggs. It is also off limits for pets.

Killing Cupid By Laura Levine

by Sandra Murphy

The life of a freelance writer is not an easy one. Sure, there are a few regular clients, and a small amount of fame, but you can’t live forever on slogans like “In a Rush to Flush? Call Toiletmasters!” When Marvelous Marv, the Mattress King, recommends Jaine Austen for a copywriting job for Joy Amoroso, Matchmaker to the Stars, it sounds like a good deal, especially the pay.

Killing Cupid: A Jaine Austen Mystery By Laura Levine: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

As fans of the absolutely hilarious Jaine Austen series know, Jaine has a pretty abysmal record with romance and her choice of paramours. Besides her ex-husband The Blob, past suitors have included philanderers, murderers, and a few murder victims. So maybe the freelance writer - and award winner for the In the rush to Flush? Call Toiletmasters! slogan - isn't the obvious hire for renowned professional matchmaker Joy Amoroso during the Valentine's Day season.



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