Carlene O’Connor’s Murder in an Irish Pub (an Irish Village Mystery) (Kensington) has hit the Barnes & Noble mass market bestseller list for seven consecutive weeks, first at #8, then at #9, then at #9, then at #29, then at #17, then at #20, and finally at #34.
J. M. Griffin’s Who’s Dead, Doc? (a Jules and Bun mystery) (Kensington) has hit the Barnes & Noble mass market bestseller list at #38.
Peggy Ehrhart was one of fifteen mystery authors invited to speak at Murder in the Magic City and Murder on the Menu, February 22 and 23 in Birmingham, Alabama, and Wetumpka, Alabama. Proceeds from the events go to the Homewood Public Library in Birmingham and the Wetumpka Public Library. In the photo Peggy is chatting with Ann Ray, who attended both events. Peggy writes the Knit & Nibble mystery series for Kensington.
James D. Shipman’s Task Force Baum (Kensington) has spent six weeks on Hudson Booksellers’ trade paperback bestseller list.
Nancy J. Cohen’s Writing the Cozy Mystery: Expanded Second Edition has won the TopShelf Magazine Book Award in the nonfiction writing/publishing category.
Rebecca Kertz’s Finding Her Amish Love (Love Inspired) has hit the Publishers Weekly mass market bestseller list at #23.
J.D. Griffo’s Murder at Icicle Lodge (Kensington), the latest book in his Ferrara Family cozy mystery series, has hit the Barnes & Noble mass-market bestseller list three weeks in a row, first at #22, then at #33, and finally at #33.
Karen Rose Smith’s Murder with Cherry Tarts (Kensington), the latest book in her Daisy’s Tea Garden cozy mystery series, has hit the Barnes & Noble mass-market bestseller list two weeks in a row, first at #9 and then at #26.
Farrah Rochon’s The Boyfriend Project is in the Top 10 of Romance Picks from Publishers Weekly’s Spring Announcements.
Unravel the mystery behind cooking with 160+ tasty recipes from Nancy J. Cohen’s popular Bad Hair Day cozy mystery series. Included are excerpts, cooking tips, and anecdotes written by hairstylist and savvy sleuth Marla Vail.
“Cookbooks written by mystery writers are gaining in popularity … Plantation author Nancy Cohen joins that group with her A Bad Hair Day Cookbook.” —Sun Sentinel
“Fans of Nancy Cohen’s prior books already know that her Bad Hair Day series of cozy mysteries are compelling reads, but A Bad Hair Day Cookbook offers something different in presenting recipes by ‘Marla Vail,’ the fictional Florida hairstylist and salon owner whose exploits power Cohen’s Bad Hair Day series.” —Midwest Book Review
“A BAD HAIR DAY COOKBOOK brings to readers the amazingly delicious recipes from the series of the same name. Easy, fancy, and favorite standbys, they’re all covered, making this book packed with something for everyone!” —Lisa K’s Book Reviews
“A comprehensive guide to food—with plenty of mouth-watering recipes.” —The Big Thrill
“This book is not only a treasure to add to any cookbook collection, but a pleasure to read.” —5 Stars, Readers’ Favorite