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Holiday Cheer and a bit of Murder: As Red as Any Blood by Patrice Greenwood

Yuletide in Santa Fe: biscochitos, farolitos, Las Posadas, music…and murder. Ellen Rosings does not have time for murder investigations. It’s December, and the Wisteria Tearoom is awash in shoppers, cookies, and groups of strange women brought to tea by the … Continue reading

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Three for Tea: Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries, Volumes 1-3

New today from BVC: Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries Volumes 1-3 Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries by Patrice Greenwood A boxed set of three cozy mysteries. With recipes! A FATAL TWIST OF LEMON: Cops drink coffee. They don’t belong in Ellen Rosings’s Victorian tearoom. … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday 11-13-2013

• What are you currently reading?

I’m in NaNoWriMo mode, so I am plowing my way through first editing one manuscript and finishing another. But I find I need distraction after a writing day, and sometimes a book is the perfect distraction. I’ve been picking up a lot of comfort reads, books I’ve previously enjoyed, with the occasional new book. Continue reading

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Author Interview: Pati Nagle

Pati Nagle was born and raised in the mountains of northern New Mexico, and remembers when dusty dogs rolled in the Santa Fe plaza. She has eclectic tastes in reading, and writes fantasy, science fiction, mystery, and historical fiction, both for adults and for a younger audience. With boundless curiosity Pati embraces life, creating art, crafting entertainment, and constructing the best writer’s cooperative in the world. Just give her a little time. Continue reading

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Shades of Bimbos of the Death Sun

  Does anyone remember the cult favorite cozy mystery “Bimbos of the Death Sun” by Sharyn McCrumb?  It’s about a man who writes a hard science fiction novel only have the publisher change the title and put a bimbo in … Continue reading

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