I have finally added some new mystery authors to the Cozy Mystery site! I have so many authors who you all have recommended as belonging on the site, and I know that I should get them posted faster. But, of course, there are no excuses for taking this much time…
So, here are the four newest mystery author additions to the Cozy Mystery site:
Sharon Pape used to be a teacher. She is now writing the Portrait of a Crime Mystery Seires which will fall under the paranormal subgenre. Her main sleuth (Aurora – Rory McBain) is a police sketch artist who has inherited her uncle’s Victorian mansion AND an 1870s federal marshal who inhabits the old house.
Debbie Steever writes Stand Alone mysteries. One of them involves two brothers and a journal full of family secrets that their father left them after his death. Another of Steever’s Stand Alone mysteries is about a highschool reunion that goes terribly wrong… for both the corpse and the suspect…
The next author has several aliases:
Sara Woods: Antony Maitland Mystery Series
Mary Challis: Jeremy Locke Mystery Series
Margaret Leek: Stephen Marryat Mystery Series
All three of the above series have British barristers as their sleuths.
Anne Burton: Richard Trenton Mystery Series
The above series has a British banker as its sleuth.
Suzanne Young has her degree in English, which she parlayed into a very varied career, which included working as the project director on a National Science Foundation grant at MIT. Young writes the Edna Davies Mystery Series. Edna is an amateur herbalist who lives in Rhode Island (on the coast) and solves mysteries.
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Danna, I just finished Sharon Pape’s first book Sketch Me if You Can – great read. Tell all to look for it and sit back and enjoy.
Danna - cozy mystery list says
Thank you, Rebecca, for the glowing endorsement of Sharon Pape’s Portrait of a Crime Mystery Series. I have heard from several people who enjoyed the first in her series.
Bobbi Mumm says
Thanks so much for these new authors’ blurbs. I look forward to picking up their novels in our local bookstore!