Olivia Matthews

Hard Dough Homicide By Olivia Matthews: Review/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa

Lindsay Murray is living her dream now that her family and she have opened Spice Isle Bakery. She enjoys sharing all the exotic flavors of her family’s Grenadian heritage along with a West Indian decor, old-school reggae tunes, and fascinating stories often shared by Granny, and it’s not uncommon to see customers rockin’ out to the music’s rhythm while waiting in line.

Against the Currant By Olivia Matthews: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Kathleen Costa & Olivia Matthews

Twenty-seven-year-old Lindsay Murray is excited about finally fulfilling a childhood dream. She and her family are putting on the final touches for a soft opening of her bakery which highlights the exotic flavors of their Grenadian heritage. Spice Isle Bakery is in the heart of Brooklyn’s Little Caribbean neighborhood rich with the sights, sounds, and smells of the diverse West Indian culture.

Crime Writers of Color Coming Attractions: January-March Releases

by Elizabeth Wilkerson

Many people can’t read or don’t like to read. But reading can put you in the shoes of another human, allow you to experience someone else’s worldview, expose you to someone else’s culture. If the Angry White Man were to read works by diverse writers, I wonder if he’d be more compassionate, more analytical, more tolerant. I don’t know. But I wish he’d spend fifteen minutes and finish reading the Constitution.

End of March Mystery Catch Up

by Sandra Murphy
& Cynthia Chow

This week we have another fun catch up group of mysteries-Something Read, Something Dead: A Lighthouse Library Mystery by Eva Gates, Murder, She Meowed: A Pawsitively Organic Mystery by Liz Mugavero, Mrs. Jeffries Delivers the Goods: Mrs. Jeffries series by Emily Brightwell, and Angels and Alibis: A Sister Lou Mystery by Olivia Matthews.