Nancy J. Cohen

Styled for Murder By Nancy J. Cohen: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Cynthia Chow
& Nancy J Cohen

It’s never a good time to receive a call from one’s mother announcing the news that there’s a dead guy in her shower. It’s even more challenging when attempting to juggle a ten-month-old son, stepdaughter graduating from high school, and owning and running a hair and day spa. The one thing that’s in Marla Vail’s favor is that she’s no stranger to murder, but for once she’s not the one discovering the body. Marla’s mother and step-father were in the midst of a big bathroom renovation, and the tile installer seems to have discovered the body of their project manager in their shower.

“Anyone Can Cook!” Cozy Cookbooks To Love

by Kathleen Costa

I love cookbooks! I have a collection of 50 books and 360 eBooks, and although I’m not a chef, not even a real fanatic in the kitchen, I am experienced in better-than-basic techniques, competent in following directions, and greatly enjoy putting together everyday meals, sweet desserts, and holiday feasts. I also love cozy mysteries! So, I’m thrilled many favorite cozy mystery authors have published cookbooks compiling recipes from their series, and often family favorites, too. Check out these eight cookbooks, explore links to author websites, view Amazon & Goodreads, and enjoy fun insights on their influences, culinary experiences, and best thoughts on Thanksgiving!

Facials Can Be Fatal By Nancy J. Cohen: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

If Cut ‘N Dye hair salon owner Marla Vail was hoping for a quiet holiday season, she’s in for a disappointment. Instead, it’s going to be a Hanukkah and Christmas season of murder, secrets, a hidden treasure, and family expectations. It begins with shrieks from the adjoining spa aesthetician Rosana Hernandez alerting Marla of the death of client Valerie Weston.

Coming Attractions: I Just Like the Titles

by Sunny Frazier

Welcome to Yeast of Eden, the Mexican bread shop in Santa Sofia, California, and the first in the series by Winnie Archer. Struggling photographer Ivy Culpepper has lots of soul-searching when she came back to town. When she enters a bread making class, it’s the aroma of fresh conchas in the oven, or her instant connection with the owner and her sisters, but Ivy knows she’s found the missing ingredients in her life.

Peril by Ponytail By Nancy J. Cohen: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Cyntha Chow

A dude ranch would not have been hairstylist Marla Vail's first choice for a romantic honeymoon. Florida homicide detective Dalton Vail failed to consult his wife on his decision, though, and Marla wasn't about to argue so soon into their marriage. Dalton has his reasons, the primary one being that his cousin owns the Arizona Lone Trail Ranch, making their stay free of charge.