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Category Archives for Crime Fiction

Fashion & Murder

If you enjoy historical fiction I think you’ll love my cozy mystery series set in the 1920s, 30s, and 50s. I hope you'll give them a try!1920s ~ Ginger Gold Mysteries > https://amzn.to/2OLM2lE1930s ~

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Free Book Friday – Licensed to Thrill

A great mystery series written by a good writer friend of mine, Diane Capri. Pick up these 3 books FREE for a strictly limited time. FREE TODAY on AMAZON Don't Know Jack – It's been a while since

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Murder at Bray Manor is launched! Get Murder on the SS Rosa free – today only!

The Ginger Gold mysteries are starting to feel like a real series! Book 3 MURDER AT BRAY MANOR is out today! What early Goodreads reviewers have to say: “Lee Strauss has done it again……..a

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Free Book Friday – The Scarlet Pimpernel

I hate to admit that I've never read The Scarlet Pimpernel, but I'm a huge fan of the movie! Anthony Andrews does a spectacular job in his portrayal of Sir Percy Blakeney. Sink meh! My assistant has

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Murder at Hartigan House – Chapter 1 excerpt

I'm so pleased at how readers are responding to the Ginger Gold Mystery series so far. I wish I could launch the second book today! Good thing June 6 isn't that far away. Here's the first chapter to whet

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Murder on the SS Rosa on Kindle Unlimited!

It's always a little nerve-wracking when you send off a new book into the wild, especially when it's the first book in a  new series. What if people don't like it? What if I wasted all that time writing

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New Series Reveal!

Introducing my new cozy historical mystery series, the Ginger Gold Mysteries, set in the 1920s. Mark TO READ on Goodreads I've always found the 1920s a fascinating decade, lavish decadence bookended

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Free or .99 Book Friday – Desperate Choices by Kathy Ivan

When psychic Theresa Crawford's former beau walks into her New Orleans New Age shop, she senses trouble. Big trouble. Max Lamoreaux hasn't come to discuss their relationship—the private investigator

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