Mary Kennedy

June Mysteries From Penguin

by Sandra Murphy
Cynthia Chow



Enjoy another fun group of mysteries from Penguin authors for your June reading pleasure-A Premonition of Murder: A Dream Club Mystery by Mary Kennedy, Title Wave: A Booktown Mystery by Lorna Barrett, A Shattered Crime: A Stain-Glass Mystery by Jennifer McAndrews, Dead End Street: A Museum Mystery by Sheila Connolly, and Murder, Handcrafted: An Amish Quilt Shop Mystery by Isabella Alan.

Sleuthing Women: 10 First-in-Series Mysteries

by Lois Winston


Back when I penned my first novel at the end of the last century, I thought that being an author meant sitting at my desk writing books. I also thought it was the publisher’s job to promote those books so that we both made money. Silly me! Once upon a time that was true, but by the time I sold my first book, publishers had abdicated this responsibility for all but a handful of their authors. Promotional efforts had become the responsibility of authors.

August Food Mysteries From Penguin

by Cyntha Chow
& Sandra Murphy


Here are some more wonderful food mysteries from Penguin authors-Berried Secrets by Peg Cochran, If Onions Could Spring Leeks by Paige Shelton, A Dish Best Served Cold by Rosie Genova, and Dream a Little Scream: A Dream Club Mystery By Mary Kennedy. Details on how to win copies of all 4 books at the end of this post, along with a link to purchase them.

More September Penguin Mysteries

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Murphy



We end September with 4 more fun mysteries from Penguin authors. The books feature crafts, the paranormal, and books-Marked Down for Murder by Josie Belle, Murder of a Needled Knitter by Denise Swanson, Nightmares Can Be Murder: A Dream Club Mystery by Mary Kennedy, and The Wolfe Widow: A Book Collector Mystery by Victoria Abbott. Details on how to win a copy of all 4 books at the end of this post along with a link to purchase the books where a portion goes to help support KRL!

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