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The bestselling Cherry Tucker Mystery Series (Henery Press): Meet Cherry Tucker, big in mouth, small in stature, and able to sketch a portrait faster than kudzu climbs telephone poles!
Following Portrait are Still Life in Brunswick Stew, the 2014 Georgia Author of the Year and Silver Falchion nominee, Hijack in Abstract, and Death in Perspective, the 2015 Georgia Author of the Year finalist for Best Mystery. The fifth mystery, The Body in the Landscape, released December 15, 2015. And the prequel to Portrait can be found in the novella Quick Sketch in the 2013 mystery anthology, Heartache Motel.
Releasing November 1, 2016: A Composition in Murder, A Cherry Tucker Mystery #6. When Cherry volunteers to teach drawing at Halo House--Halo's premier independent living facility--she finds herself witnessing a will and embroiled in the scandalous intrigue of Meemaw's Tea company, a family-run tea empire where the tea is sweetened with murder.
Also coming this fall, A Halloween Mystery Anthology, where you can read the Cherry Tucker short story, The Vigilante Vignette.
More humorous mysteries are coming your way, including 15 Minutes the first in the Maizie Albright, Star Detective series. This past Christmas, my newsletter subscribers received a taste of A Finley Goodhart Caper in the short story, Pig'N a Poke. And a sample of Portrait of a Dead Guy can be found in Eight Mystery Writers You Should Be Reading Now mystery anthology released in January 2016.
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