Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Book Previews

Wow, I haven't done a new release announcement since early December. January and February have seen some wonderful releases you shouldn't miss hearing about.

For starters, they include these:

Colorado Crimes by Lisa Harris

Chef Pricilla Crumb’s guest list has just turned into a suspect list. . .for murder. Stocked with a spiritual message and a sprinkle

of romance, these fun mysteries highlight Pricilla’s escapades as the unconventional busybody

follows one lead after another, stirring in heaping doses of laughter and suspense along the way.

Mainely Mysteries by Susan Page Davis and Megan Elaine Davis

Romance and intrigue abound at Blue Heron Lake when journalist Emily Gray returns to the lakeside town of Baxter, Maine, to prepare her family’s island cottage for sale. She soon finds herself reporting on, and trying to solve, a trio of murders in the deceptively quiet little town.

Rodeo Hearts by Joyce Livingston

Saddle up for a rodeo of romance when three modern, big-city women meet their matches in men more comfortable wearing boots, spurs, and guns.

Salt Lake Dreams by Paige Winship Dooly

Three women, pioneers in their chosen professions, find that life in nineteenth-century Utah is filled with romance and fraught with intrig

ue and mystery.


Susan Page Davis said...

I LOVE Lisa's stories about Pricilla Crumb. They are hilarioius, touching and ... mysterious! Thanks for featuring Megan's and my book, too. We love having all three mysteries out in one volume. The other two collections look very interesting, and penned by two terrific authors. Thanks for offering some new mid-winter reading I can get now.

Lisa Harris said...

The stories in Colorado Crimes were so much fun to write. Thanks for sharing it on the blog. I also enjoyed critiquing Susan and Megan's series, so you can't go wrong there either if you love a great mystery!