Peggy Ehrhart presented her talk, “Crafts, Cooking, and Cats: The Contemporary Cozy Mystery,” at Montville Township Public Library in Montville, New Jersey, on May 16, 2019. Twenty-five people attended and took part in a lively question-and-answer session at the conclusion of the talk.
Peggy writes the Knit & Nibble cozy mystery series for Kensington Books.
Tracy Clark has received Anthony Award and Lefty Award nominations for her mystery novel Broken Places, which was also a Midwest Connection Pick and shortlisted for the American Library Association’s RUSA Reading List. In addition, Broken Places was named a CrimeReads Best New PI Book of 2018 and was a Library Journal Best Books of the Year.
Peggy Ehrhart was a panelist on the “Culinary Mysteries” panel at Left Coast Crime held in Vancouver, BC from March 28 to 31. Peggy writes the Knit & Nibble mysteries (Kensington), featuring amateur sleuth, knitter, and cook Pamela Paterson and the Knit & Nibble knitting club of Arborville, NJ.
Photo, left to right: Ellen Byron, Peggy, Heather Haven, Leslie Karst (moderator)
Hannah Howell’s Highland Conqueror has hit the Barnes & Noble mass-market bestseller list at #46.
J. D. Griffo’s Murder in Tranquility Park, book 2 in his Ferrara Family mystery series, has hit Barnes & Noble’s mass-market bestseller list three weeks in a row, first at #28, then at #39, then at #35, then at #48, and finally at #49.
Alexandra Ivy’s Darkness Returns has been named one of the best romances of April 2019 by Amazon.
Carlene O’Connor’s Murder in an Irish Churchyard has hit the Barnes & Noble mass market bestseller list ten weeks in a row, starting at #11, moving up to #6 for three weeks, then at #11 again, then at #14, then at #15, then at #14, then at #38, then at #50, then at #43, and finally at #26.
Tracy Clark’s debut mystery, Broken Places (Kensington), has been nominated for a Lefty Award by Left Coast Crime.
V. S. Alexander’s The Taster has been named a top pick for 2018 by the St. Louis Public Library Staff.
Tracy Clark’s Broken Places, the first book in her Chicago-based series featuring cop-turned-PI Cass Raines, has been named by Library Journal as one of the best books of 2018.