It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case
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It’s A Mystery To Me with Stacy Verdick Case welcome’s RMFW 2014 Writer of the Year Shannon Baker, author of the Nora Abbott Mystery series involving murder, the environment and Hopi Indians. The third book in the series Tattered Legacy was released by Midnight Ink on March 8th, 2015. Visit Shannon on Twitter, her Amazon page or her webpage at https://shannonbaker.wordpress.com/
Join It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case in welcoming the father/daughter writing team Tony Perona and Liz Dombrosky as they discuss their new mystery from Midnight Ink Murder on the Bucket List.
A bestselling author of seven mystery novels, Hank Phillippi Ryan has won multiple prestigious awards for her crime fiction: five Agathas, the Anthony, Daphne, Macavity, and for THE OTHER WOMAN, the coveted Mary Higgins Clark Award. Hank is the on-air investigative reporter for Boston’s NBC affiliate and has won 33 EMMYs, 13 Edward R. Murrow awards and dozens of other honors for her groundbreaking journalism.
Historical Mystery Author Jeri Westerson stops by It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case to discuss her Crispin Guest series. The next book in the Crispin Guest series , THE SILENCE OF STONES, will be released first in the UK in November of this year, and then in the US March of 2016.
New York Times Bestselling author Sandra Brown has written over seventy novels, more than sixty of them bestsellers, including MEAN STREAK (2014), DEADLINE (2013), LOW PRESSURE (2012), LETHAL(2011), TOUGH CUSTOMER (2010), SMASH CUT (2009), SMOKE SCREEN (2008), PLAY DIRTY (2007), RICOCHET (2006),CHILL FACTOR (2005), and WHITE HOT (2004).
Peter is the author of more than forty novels. His collaboration with Tom Clancy, Against All Enemies, debuted at #1 on the New York Times Bestsellers List. Additionally, he has written many bestselling novels based on Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon, Endwar, and Splinter Cell video game series.
Allen Eskens is a successful criminal defense attorney in Minnesota, he is also the winner of the Rosebud Award for best first Mystery Novel for his book the Life We Bury, which also won the Barry Award. The Life we Bury was also a finalist for the Edgar Award, The thriller Award and the Anthony for best first novel, and he’s here tonight to discuss his latest release The Guise of Another.
Author of the Rolly Waters Series Corey Lynn Fayman drops by It’s A Myster to Me to discuss his latest release Desert City Diva the third book in the crime series featuring the guitar-playing San Diego private investigator, Rolly Waters. Desert City Diva follows the second novel in the series, Border Field Blues winner of the 2013 Hollywood Book Festival Award for Genre-Based Fiction and a finalist in the Mystery category of ForeWord Reviews 2013 Book of the Year Award, along with Fayman’s critically-acclaimed first Rolly Waters novel, Black’s Beach Shuffle.
Linda O. Johnston Visits It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case to discuss her Knock on Wood the latest in the Superstition Mysteries from Midnight Ink. In addition to the Superstition mysteries Linda also writers the Barkery & Biscuits Mysteries, Alpha Force paranormal romances, Identity Division romantic suspense novels, the Kendra Ballantyne, Pet-Sitter Mysteries and the spinoff Pet Rescue Mysteries. Linda joins it’s A Mystery to Me to explore the animal mysteries subgenre.
It’s A Mystery to Me is thrilled to have fellow Author’s on the Air host and Author Alex Dolan on air to discuss his debut novel The Euthanist available now from Diversion Books.
Libby Fischer Hellmann is visits It’s A Mystery to Me to discuss the fifth book in the Ellie Foreman series, Jump Cut, which takes readers into the world of corporate espionage.
Libby is the author of thirteen novels and twenty short stories including Havana Lost, a literary thriller set in Cuba, A Bitter Veil, set in revolutionary Iran during the late ’70s, & Set The Night On Fire set in the late Sixties in Chicago, these stand-alone thrillers are what Libby calls her “Revolution Trilogy.”
In addition to the Ellie Foreman series Libby is also the author of the Georgia Davis series.
With 60 novels to her credit JA Jance is a perienial New York Times bestseller. She is the author of the JP Beaumont Series, the Joanna Brady series, The Walker Family thrillers, a book of Peotry, and the Ali Reynolds series. She stops by It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case to discuss the 13th book in the Ali Reynolds series Clawback.
John Gaspard is the Author of the Eli Mark’s Mysteries and he joins It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case to discuss the audio book release of Book 1 in the series The Ambitious Card.
In real life, John’s not a magician, but he has directed six low-budget features that cost very little and made even less – that’s no small trick. He’s also written multiple books on the subject of low-budget filmmaking. Ironically, they’ve made more than the films.
Bestselling author Lisa Black dropped by It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case to discuss her newest release from Kensington That Darkness. In addition to being a best selling author Lisa works as a latent print examiner for the city of Cape Coral, Florida, police department, working mostly with fingerprints and crime scenes. She has had over 930 hours of instruction in forensic topics and has testified in over 65 trials.
Edgar Award Winning Author Lori Roy stops by It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case to discuss her latest release Let Me Die In His Footsteps.
Lori Roy is the author of Bent Road which won the Edgar for best first novel by Mystery Writers of America. Her second Novel Until She Comes Home was nominated for an Edgar and her latest release Let Me Die in His Footsteps also won an Edgar for Best Novel Making her the first woman to win both best first novel and best novel from the mystery writers of America and only the third person to ever do so. Visit Lori on the Web at http://www.loriroy.com/