March 17th saw the debut of Marriage Can Be Murder, the 2nd novella in the Love Can Be Murder Mystery Novellas. Lee Alvarez and Gurn Hanson, newly married, are the new Nick And Nora Charles of Silicon Valley, i.e. togetherness while solving crimes. I’m continuing this venture into the world of romantic suspense with my newest novel, Christmas Trifle, which debuted September 2019. Book One of the Snow Lake Romantic Suspense Novels, Christmas Trifle is set in the fictional ski resort of Snow Lake, Nevada. Here are just a few things that have been said about the book:
"A fabulous beginning to a fresh and exciting series and I can’t wait to read the next installment. Highly recommended!" Brianne's Book Reviews
“Heather Haven has complex characters, suspense-filled situations, jealousy, and is a thoroughly entertaining book. I adored the setting, the supporting characters are magnificent, and the way the mystery was laid out is superb. Also, the way that Felix [cat] and Oscar [dog] cared about each other and their people is adorable.” Baroness’ Book Trove
"An intriguing and well-developed storyline, a fast pace thanks to very short sentences, brilliant dialogues, complex characters and a really welcoming and fascinating setting, how can you not love this book?" LibriAmoriMiei
I've also recently started Book Seven of the Alvarez Family Murder Mysteries, Casting Call for a Corpse, hopefully coming out in late winter or early spring. I plan to keep going with this series, as I love the whole Alvarez clan! Lucky me who gets to write all this fun stuff. I'm just having a ball!
I love a funny mystery and if it leans to the romantic side of life, I’m even happier. Most of the time when I read a book, I like it to be on the humorous or light side. If I want to cry, I can pick up a newspaper and read the real estate or financial section. Tears will spring to my eyes immediately. I also felt my mystery series had to include two important things: the recently immigrated, which is one of America’s natural resources, and the family unit.
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