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In the Frame

Wayne Nighthawk Nichols is visiting Ascroft, eh? to tell us about In the Frame, the latest novel in the Rosedale Investigation mystery series. Welcome, Wayne. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about the novel that you live inside. Is … Continue reading

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A Grave Roast

Piper Addison is visiting Ascroft, eh? to tell us about A Grave Roast, the first novel in the Orchard Hollow mystery series. Welcome, Piper. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about the novel that you live inside. Is it … Continue reading

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A Study in Chocolate

Amber Royer, author of A Study in Chocolate, a Bean to Bar mystery, is visiting Ascroft, eh? today to tell us about the Holmes Influence. Welcome, Amber. I’ll turn the floor over to you – Sherlock Holmes laid the groundwork … Continue reading

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Murder of Pearl

Nellie H. Steele, author of Murder of Pearl, a Pearl Party mystery, is visiting Ascroft, eh? today to tell us about the inspiration for her Pearl Party mysteries series. Welcome Nellie. I’ll turn the floor over to you – I’ve … Continue reading

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Death on the Emerald Isle

Terrie Farley Moran is visiting Ascroft, eh? today to tell us about Murder She Wrote, Death on the Emerald Isle. Welcome, Terrie. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about your novel. Is it part of a series? If so, … Continue reading

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Moving is Murder

Nellie H. Steele, author of Moving is Murder, a Middle Age is Murder mystery, is visiting Ascroft, eh? today to tell us why she is writing about older characters. Welcome, Nellie. I’ll turn the floor over to you – Nellie: … Continue reading

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Have a custom Christmas

Have you ever threaded popcorn onto a string or made a paper chain you draped across the branches of your Christmas tree? Some families cut down their own Christmas trees, and put up and take down their decorations on certain … Continue reading

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Death Checked Out

Greta Plank is visiting Ascroft, eh? to tell us about Death Checked Out, the first novel in the Larkspur Library mystery series. Welcome, Greta. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about the novel that you live inside. Is it … Continue reading

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Cowboys and Chaos

Elizabeth Pantley, author of Cowboys and Chaos, a Magical Mystery Book Club mystery, is visiting Ascroft, eh? today to tell us why mature sleuths make great characters. Welcome, Elizabeth. I’ll turn the floor over to you – Elizabeth: “One of … Continue reading

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Who Says Marge Doesn’t Have Any Christmas Spirit?

This autumn we released Deadly Traditions, a multi-author Christmas-themed cozy mystery anthology. Deadly Traditions launches readers into a whole stack of mysteries and holiday traditions. In my story, Mistletoe and Murder, my character Marge Kirkwood has found more __ than … Continue reading

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