Homeaudio bookVery Exciting News! Murder is a Family Business Now An Audio book
Very Exciting News! Murder is a Family Business Now An Audio book
Yippee! The long awaited – at least, by me – audiobook of Murder is a Family Business is now out! And if you choose the free Audible trial, you get the audio version of my award-winning book FREE, narrated by the talented Marci Himelson!
Kirkus Reviews - "This latest installment of Haven’s murder mystery series offers a twisty whodunit laced with a healthy dose of suspense. Lee is an appealing heroine who is faced with a case where everybody has secrets, including the victim. The fast-paced tale builds tension primarily through Lee’s investigation, which takes her inside the storied culinary school. Members of the Alvarez family figure prominently as supporting characters in the tale, including Lee’s mother, Lila, and Richard. Haven skillfully includes enough backstory on the Alvarezes to acquaint newcomers to the series without overshadowing the central mystery. Humor is also a significant part of the narrative, from Lee’s dry wit to the puns in the chapter titles (“A Wrinkle in Thyme”; “The Sound and the Curry”). The book may appeal to fans of Sue Grafton or Diane Mott Davidson.
A solidly entertaining mystery."
The Culinary Art of Murder, Book 6 of the Alvarez Family Murder Mysteries, is now available at Amazon, and other fine stores!
Lee’s Uncle Tío is smitten with the lady guest chef at a Silicon Valley culinary art institute. When the lady is arrested for two murders, a fellow chef, and the dishwasher, Lee agrees to help find the real killer. But undercover work at the institute proves to be more dangerous than whipping up a chocolate soufflé. Can she find the murderer before her own goose is cooked? If it turns out to be the ambitious southern belle chef, will Tío ever forgive Lee for sending his new lady love to jail?
Honeymoons Can Be Murder is now available for download only at Amazon!
New spin-off series: A Lee Alvarez Mystery Novelette.
When PI Lee Alvarez goes on her honeymoon with bridegroom, Gurn Hanson, they find a dead woman practically on their doorstep. Kauai breezes may be soft, but there are gale force winds of accusation against Gurn. Will Lee find the real killer before her new hubby gets sent to a Hawaiian hoosegow?
The reviews are in!
Kirkus Reviews - The Culinary Art of Murder "Offers a twisty whodunit laced with a healthy dose of suspense...The fast-paced tale builds tension... an appealing heroine. A solidly entertaining mystery."