Posts from the ‘Cozy mystery’ Category

Author Highlight: Stephanie Dagg

 

Author Highlight:

Stephanie Dagg

 

Haircuts Hens and Homicide

Haircuts, Hens, and Homicide

(Cozy mystery)

Release date: 2/10/218
471 pages

Megan finds mayhem when she arrives in France to bury her Gran and sort out her affairs. She expected difficult encounters with civil servants and red tape but not with wandering chickens, an imperious policeman and a dead body. Together with her unlikely new friend, the elderly and grumpy Alphonse and his canine equivalent, Monsieur Moustache, Megan becomes involved in investigating the fowl-related foul play that’s at work in this sleepy part of rural France.
She’s helped but mainly hindered by the people she comes across. These include the local mayor, who wants Megan to stay and set up a hair salon in his village to help keep it alive. There are the cousins Romain, the gendarme, and Nico, the clumsy but hunky farmer. They have always clashed, but do so constantly now that Megan is on the scene. Michelle, Romain’s terrifying ex who wants him back, appears along the way, as does Claudette, a wheelchair-bound old lady, and Kayla, Megan’s best friend, who is hugely pregnant but not above taking on the forces of French law and order when Megan finds herself the prime suspect after Alphonse is stabbed.
There’s excitement, humor and lots of ruffled feathers in this rom-com slash cosy mystery, the first in a projected series.

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Blame it on Paris: Giveaway Winners

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Blame it on Paris

Blame it on Paris

(mystery)

 Release date: August 24, 2018
at Thalia Press

 256 pages

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SYNOPSIS

In this seventh installment of the Bennett Sisters Mysteries, Francie goes to Paris when she is accused of wrongdoing in her law office. She has received a mysterious letter connecting her ex-husband to an American student jailed for drug crimes. A chance encounter with an old boyfriend makes her spring in Paris more exciting but between the accusations against her at home, and the difficulty of doing any good in Paris, things are never smooth for a Bennett sister in France.
Works fine as a stand-alone

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Frenchman - Lise McClendon

Lise McClendon
Lise McClendon is the author of sixteen novels,
mysteries, and thrillers,
including her popular Bennett Sisters series
featuring five sisters who are lawyers.
Lise herself is not a lawyer
but a francophile scribbler
who enjoys imagining different lives, loves, and adventures.
Her first mystery, The Bluejay Shaman, was published in 1994. She lives in Montana.
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Blame it on Paris: tour quotations

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After her tour for
The Girl in the Empty Dress
and
The Frenchman

Lise McClendon

is back!
on Tour

September 9-24

with

Blame it on Paris

Blame it on Paris

(mystery)

 Release date: August 24, 2018
at Thalia Press

 256 pages

Eiffel Tower Orange

SYNOPSIS

In this seventh installment of the Bennett Sisters Mysteries, Francie goes to Paris when she is accused of wrongdoing in her law office. She has received a mysterious letter connecting her ex-husband to an American student jailed for drug crimes. A chance encounter with an old boyfriend makes her spring in Paris more exciting but between the accusations against her at home, and the difficulty of doing any good in Paris, things are never smooth for a Bennett sister in France.
Works fine as a stand-alone

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Frenchman - Lise McClendon

Lise McClendon
Lise McClendon is the author of sixteen novels,
mysteries, and thrillers,
including her popular Bennett Sisters series
featuring five sisters who are lawyers.
Lise herself is not a lawyer
but a francophile scribbler
who enjoys imagining different lives, loves, and adventures.
Her first mystery, The Bluejay Shaman, was published in 1994. She lives in Montana.
Visit her website
Subscribe to her mailing list
Follow her on Facebook  | Twitter  |  Goodreads

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VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR QUOTATIONS

 

French Village Diaries

“Lise created a real sense of place with the setting of this book and I could easily imagine myself in Paris.
I enjoyed Francie’s sense of discovery and chance of romance that Paris gave her, but as always in this series of books it’s the twists and turns of the investigation that I love.”

A l’ouest

“Croissants, Cherry Bloom, Espresso – the story is just peppered with all thing typical to Paris. Not that I’m complaining though! The story is well paced out and has the right kind of twists and turns in place to keep it an engaging read.
The characterization is just perfect.”

Locks, Hooks and Books

“I love how the author describes the setting.
I enjoyed Francie’s story in Blame it on Paris. I found it to be delightful, intriguing, and fun.
I would recommend this book for readers who enjoy a good and quick mystery.”

Andrea

“Paris may be the city of love and lights, but contemporary Parisian life has its feet in our real world.
As an up to the minute mystery, the author knows what she is doing. As a love story, this book shines. Together, they weave a spell you don’t want to end anytime soon. Mystery and Love: what else do you need to escape? Highly recommended”

Sue

“Blame It On Paris is the seventh book in the Bennett Sisters Mysteries and it is just as phenomenal as the previous six.
This is one of those books that you just can’t put down. The Bennett sisters are a mixed bag of personalities that you both love and hate, who experience hardship, love, failures, and triumphs, and fight like only sisters can do. There is a little bit of mystery, intrigue, humor, and romance on each page. With a well-written storyline, engaging characters, and the background setting of Paris, this is a must-read book.”

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