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  1. Bonnye Reed Bonnye Reed says:

    I received a free electronic copy of this collection of short stories courtesy of Marissa ReinhartThis is much than a collection of stories we have author biographies and deleted scenes as well as author notes concerning the research involved in writing these stories And the stories are teasers for novels available now at your favorite booksellers First we have excerpts from Lisa Alber with a gothic mystery in the Irish countryside titled Kilmoon This novel takes place in June 2008 has noir tendencies and includes an excerpt from the second novel in the County Clare Mysteries Whispers in the Mist Up then is Michael Guillebeau's interview with LisaNext is Kathleen Cosgrove a brief author greeting a short story called Sam Heart and the Case of the Pinned Up Knickers and excerpts from novels Engulfed and Entangled then an interview with Kathleen by Michael Guillebeau Kathleen's style is comedy in the face of adversity and she does it very well


  2. Sharon Sharon says:

    A great showcase for 8 talented authors Lisa Alber Kathleen Cosgrove Michael Guillebeau Chris Knopf Jessie Bishop Powell Larissa Reinhart Jaden Terrell and Lisa Wysocky with a foreword by Hank Phillippi Ryan Each section contained a brief bio of the featured author a short story andor sample chapters from a recent mystery novel and a A with the author Subject matter varied from hard boiled to creepy to humorous Settings ranged from Ireland to the US Deep SouthA tasty buffet that makes a reader want to go back for


  3. Jeannie Jeannie says:

    This is a great book and gives you the opportunity to sample 8 mystery books by 8 up and coming authors in the mystery genre I really enjoyed Larissa Reinhart's excerpt of Portrait of a Dead Guy a Cherry Tucker Mystery Reinhart's humor shines through in this small town HaloGeorgia mystery with artist Cherry Tucker being hired to do a portrait of a local trouble maker while in his casket It is laugh out loud fun and a mystery that you can't put down I love books set in the south and the characters and plot development were excellent Looking forward to reading many books by Reinhart


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Eight Mystery Writers You Should be Reading Now [Reading] ➶ Eight Mystery Writers You Should be Reading Now Author Michael Guillebeau – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk It’s easy to find a book; it’s hard to find the book that new author who sets your life on fire That’s why we put this collection together This book gives you an easy way to sample a group of ei It’s easy to find a book; it’s hard Writers You eBook ↠ to find the book that new author who sets your life on fire That’s why we put this collection together This book gives you an easy way to sample a group of eight up and coming mystery writers who you may not have heard of but Eight Mystery PDF or who critics and award committees have noticed We’ve assembled eight very different styles to let you sample a wide array of stories and find new voices you might have trouble finding on your own We have hard boiled detectives and we have crime solving animals We have deeply flawed characters and we have cute youngsters Mystery Writers You Kindle × We have damaged women kick ass women noble women and mean women sometimes in the same character We have tough guys in spades and we have funny in spades Each writer contributed a story a sample chapter from a book and an interview Because of our variety there’s sure to be something here you’ll love Mystery Writers You Should be PDF/EPUB or and maybe love for life So come on in for a taste Here’s our menu Lisa Alber – Mystery with a smattering of psychological suspense and tons of atmosphere Beautifully written complex stories set in the Irish countryside Reminiscent of Erin Hart Julia Spencer Fleming and Susan Hill Rosebud Award and Pushcart Prize Nominee Kathleen Cosgrove –Florida weird with a middle aged woman returning home Kick ass funny Michael Guillebeau –Broken war hero has to navigate the oddballs and save the girl to get back to the bar he’s been hiding in Reminiscent of El Leonard and Carl Hiaasen Silver Falchion Finalist and Library Journal Mystery Debut of the Month Chris Knopf –Hardboiled in Mystery Writers You Should be PDF/EPUB or the Hamptons Ex boxer Sam Acuillo is a noir descendent of Travis McGee and Spencer and one of my favorite characters Nero award winner Jessie Bishop Powell— Cozy noir mysteries that embrace the genre’s extremes In The Marriage at the Rue Morgue police suspect an orangutan of murder Primatologists Noel Rue and Lance Lakeland have to save the ape and still find time to get married Sounds light but Powell’s stuff is as intense as it is funny Larissa Reinhart—If you like Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum you need to read Reinhart’s Cherry Tucker A damaged artist with twice the depth twice the funny of Plum and set in small town Georgia I dare you to put this down Daphne du Maurier Finalist Jaden Terrell—Hardboiled PI with a Soft Heart Nashville PI Jared McKean has enough emotional issues to carry a book by himself and then Terrell throws him into big issues like human trafficking Shamus Award Finalist Lisa Wysocky—Multiple awards for Lisa’s books about a horse trainer with a smart horse who helps her solve crimes One of the most realistic and loving use of animals in mystery Winner of American Horse Publication Awards and the National Indie Excellence Awards We invite you to see what looks good and take a bite for yourself If you find something you like our chefs will be happy to give you a full meal And we all deliver.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 206 pages
  • Eight Mystery Writers You Should be Reading Now
  • Michael Guillebeau
  • English
  • 13 March 2016

About the Author: Michael Guillebeau

Michael Guillebeau's book MAD LIBRARIAN won the Writers You eBook ↠ Foreword Reviews Indie for Humor Book of the Year He has published six novels and two anthologies and over thirty five short stories including three in Ellery ueen's Mystery Magazine.