- The Deadly Art of Deception October 6, 2016
I have to tell you, I’m excited about how well received my new book has been. I LOVED writing this book and I hope you like reading it. If you don’t have your copy yet, grab it here.
What are people saying? USA Today Best Selling mystery authors are loving it!
Here’s what Richard Houston, author of the Books To Die For said: This is without a doubt one of the best mysteries I’ve read in a long time. Darn you, Linda Crowder, I had to stay up all night to finish it.
Ritter Ames, who writes Bodies of Art had this to say: I recommend this cozy for anyone wanting an out of the ordinary setting, some unexpected twists, and a solid story. Can’t wait to read the next in the series.
And even people who aren’t best-sellers themselves are enjoying the book. Here’s what Kathy said: I very happily and willingly gave up sleeping till 3 a.m. this morning to read this fabulous cozy mystery!!
And Barbara: Linda Crowder grabbed me on the first page and didn’t let go.
Thank you, everyone who has read the book and who took the time to post a review. I can’t tell you how much it means to me as a writer when a reader lets me know they enjoyed my book. Months of agonizing over every word and second-guessing whether I’ve made the best plot choices — writing is a solitary art. When you let me know you enjoyed it, I am over the moon!
Here’s another new release for you, from author Lisa Shea. An Aspie Girl in Massachusetts presents the first ten volumes in the Diner Short Story Mysteries series. These short stories are about 15-20 pages each and feature authentic diners around Massachusetts. Author Lisa Shea goes to each diner personally to write up its sights, sounds, and aromas. That way you, the reader, can take a virtual vacation to these historic locations! Visit Lisa’s webpages to see photos and write-ups of the diners. All of the Diner Mystery series contain no violence, no swearing, and no intimacy, so they are suitable for teens and up.