The Trouble with Murder

The Trouble with Murder By Vanessa A. Ryan: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa

Thirty-something Hetty, short for Henrietta, Carson is a sales rep for Mendoza’s Tequila Mixers which explains why her business card was found by the police investigating Gerry Delaney’s murder. She had regularly visited the man’s bar hoping to make Delaney’s a regular customer, and unfortunately, she was one of the last people to see him alive. Hetty is also a licensed private detective, an interesting career choice precipitated by a divorce and imperative need for a job.

History & Cat Mysteries

by Cynthia Chow

Becoming the seamstress-in-residence for a reality show entry seemed like the ideal opportunity for Daria Dembrowski, who hoping to focus less on wedding gowns and more on historical garments. My House in History had chosen Priscilla Compton’s eighteenth century estate to be featured as she restored it back to how it was when it was first built, giving Daria the opportunity to sew embroidered curtains as well as Priscilla’s gown.