Sandra Balzo

To the Last Drop By Sandra Balzo: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Balzo

Uncommon Grounds coffee shop owner Maggy Thorsen thought that she was being responsible by reporting to the authorities the nearly fifty-thousand dollars in cash hidden in a trunk left for her by her late brother. It was why she was meeting with financial planner Lynne Swope, sister of the town librarian and a new resident of Brookhills, Wisconsin. The news that Lynne’s husband has just joined Maggy’s ex-husband’s dental practice is a complication, but not a conflict of interest.

Hit and Run: By Sandra Balzo, A Thanksgiving Mystery

by Cynthia Chow

If Dickens Hart intended to get himself murdered, he couldn’t have planned better than to invite his possible progeny, and their mothers, to spend Thanksgiving weekend with him. Notorious for being an unapologetic, and exceedingly wealthy, Lothario, who often dallied amidst the "fawns" of his Playboy-like gentleman’s club, Dickens has an extensive Black Book list recording his affairs. This wouldn't be a problem for former Wisconsin reporter AnnaLise Griggs, if she hadn't just taken the distasteful but very well-paying job of writing Dickens' memoir. Well, that and also recently discovering that she herself is the first, so far, declared illegitimate daughter and legitimate heir of Dickens Hart.

Coffee & Tea Mysteries

by Terry Ambrose

Who doesn’t love a good cup of joe? Perhaps not everyone, but those who don’t love coffee, probably do like tea. Either way, this batch of authors have something tasty brewing up just for you. Coffee and tea house mysteries could be called the mysteries of the new millennium.