Naomi Hirahara turned to the mystery genre to tell the story of a grumpy old LA gardener and reluctant sleuth who is also a Hiroshima survivor. It’s a story that is central to her life, because it is also her Father’s story. And as Naomi explains, mystery enabled her to tell the closely personal […]
Sue Ann Jaffarian holds down a full time job and writes more popular mysteries than many full time writers. With a back list of 25 books ranging from cozy mysteries to paranormal and – more recently – adult romance, Sue Ann is the perfect example of a successful hybrid author. She explains how she does […]
Sophia James has had a long and successful career as a Harlequin historical author with a remarkable 24 books in print and more coming. Readers of her Regency series love her “haunted and damaged” heroes, and she says she loves writing these “broken men” because they are just so interesting. But then, love was never […]
LA Mystery writer Nancy Cole Silverman has enjoyed a successful Hollywood radio career working in both sides of the microphone -in reporting and management- before she decided to do what she’d always wanted to do most – write fiction – and created the Carol Childs mystery series.
Cozy murders Queen Peg Cochran’s bright and funny murder mysteries are set in a small town America peopled with colourful characters, resourceful amateur women sleuths, lots of red herring clues and food – always food – in spicy settings. They’re for anyone who enjoys titillating stories topped off with a dash of romance You […]
Hannah Dennison’s Honeychurch Hall mystery series set on a crumbling Devon estate has been described as Downton Abbey meets Midsomer Murders. It could just as readily be called Midsomer Murders meets The Antiques Roadshow. Whatever TV show you liken it to, Honeychurch Hall is for those who enjoy story lines that incorporate secret chambers, hidden […]