Kate Lansing is thrilled to announce the publication of the third book in her Colorado Wine Mystery series, Mulled to Death.
A Valentine’s Day getaway is on the rocks when a young winemaker discovers a body at an alpine resort in this delightful cozy mystery.
When Parker Valentine decides to take a weekend getaway with her boyfriend Reid, a ski trip seems like the perfect choice. Between hitting the slopes and persuading the resort’s wine director to sell her mulled wine, Parker is eager to mix business with pleasure. But her plans are muddled when she finds the resort owner’s body on a treacherous portion of ski trail near the resort.
As a result, not only is Parker’s romantic weekend thrown into chaos, but now that the owner has died, her business deal is due for a frosty reception, and her life might be in danger as well. After a series of unfortunate mishaps befall Parker, she realizes that whoever killed the resort owner might want to tie up loose ends. Parker’s going to need all of the investigative skills at her disposal to catch a killer before they put her on ice.
“If you haven’t tried this series yet, pour yourself a glass of wine and get ready for a great read.” –Fresh Fiction
For more information about Kate and her series, please visit https://katelansing.com/.
Kate Lansing will (virtually) be at Tattered Cover in conversation with Jennifer J. Chow next Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at 5:00pm MT.
More details here: https://www.tatteredcover.com/event/livestream-jennifer-j-chow-and-kate-lansing.
Kate hopes you can join them!
The 2021 Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Gold Rush Literary Awards named Brooke Terpening’s Worse Than Death as the winner in the Mystery/Thriller category.
Helen Starbuck’s new suspense novel, The Woman He Used to Know, is now available on Amazon in paperback and ebook formats.
Mistakes, Regrets, and Murder
Denver homicide detective Nick Ryan and Elizabeth Harper have a history of passionate mistakes and broken trust. They haven’t seen each other in five years after she married a man he despised. Now, Oliver Harper is dead, and the evidence points to her as the killer.
The woman Nick used to know wouldn’t have killed anyone. But she’s the prime suspect and has many reasons to want her husband dead. Hasty decisions have brought Nick and Elizabeth to a strange and bloody crossroads. He’s worried his feelings for her will help her get away with murder, and she’s worried they’ll land her in prison.
For more information about Helen and her books, please visit https://www.helenstarbuck.com.
Francelia Belton’s short story, “The Brotherhood of Tricks and Treats,” appears in the anthology, Festive Mayhem 2: Seven Holiday Culinary Cozy Mysteries, released on Oct. 1, 2021.
From Thanksgiving to Christmas, Halloween to New Year’s, cozy mystery fans are bound to find a favorite holiday represented in this limited-time collection of exclusive, never-before-published seasonal short stories.
Bonus recipes are included for each story!
Available at: Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo
In celebration of their new release, the authors are hosting a multi-book giveaway. Visit the Rafflecopter Giveaway page from October 1 through October 29, 2021 to enter for your chance to win.