Stellar Series Spotlight: Illegally Blonde by Anna Snow

asibAfter solving the biggest case of her career, PI Barb Jackson’s business is finally taking off. Cases are rolling in, she and her staff are getting paid, and she’s the apple of her hunky detective boyfriend, Tyler Black’s, eye. Life couldn’t get much better.

Instead, it gets much worse. Barb’s best friend, Kelly, is arrested and accused of killing her shifty on-again-off-again rock star boyfriend. Suddenly it’s up to Barb to hunt down the real murderer and save her friend’s life. Between an eccentric bookie, an oddball drug dealer, and an obsessed fan, Barb has no shortage of suspects. But understaffed and in over her head, Barb has no other choice but to call in an old friend for help…a gorgeous, flirtatious, charming friend…and Tyler isn’t going to like it. Can Barb track down a killer and save her friend from the slammer… before the killer strikes again?

Coming November 2016

Stellar Series Spotlight: Pies & Peril (Culinary Competition Mystery #1) by Janel Gradowski

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000031_00001]Growing up books were my sanctuary. I would curl up and read with my pets, my cousin’s pets when I was sleeping over or just visiting her house. Christine’s pets ranged from birds to cats to dogs to ducks to turtles! I definitely hold “story time” with Petey, Kim, Yim, Cocoa, Sammie, General, Fifi, Daisy, Donald, and the rest of the menagerie as a precious memory during a turbulent childhood.

I had a bunch of books, comics, and magazines at the beach, on the boat, in the car, at the doctor, at picnics, sitting poolside, at school, and visiting my ma’s family. I always had something with me to read. As a child, reading was my escape, my haven and my stillness from an extremely chaotic upbringing and it is my bliss, my calmness and my refuge as an adult.

I have been challenged, encouraged, and solaced by the written word.

I will share my new favorites and all-time beloved reads with you in my Spotlight Titles. I hope you discover or rediscover a cherished friend.

This week’s Stellar Series Spotlight is Pies & Peril (Culinary Competition Mystery #1) by Janel Gradowski.

Cheers to the written word!

 

Copyright © 2016 by Diane Morasco

Stellar Series Spotlight: Fear the Dark (Bishop/ Special Crimes Unit) novel by Kay Hooper

KH Fear_the_dark_coverGrowing up books were my sanctuary. I would curl up and read with my pets, my cousin’s pets when I was sleeping over or just visiting her house. Christine’s pets ranged from birds to cats to dogs to ducks to turtles! I definitely hold “story time” with Petey, Kim, Yim, Cocoa, Sammie, General, Fifi, Daisy, Donald, and the rest of the menagerie as a precious memory during a turbulent childhood.

I had a bunch of books, comics, and magazines at the beach, on the boat, in the car, at the doctor, at picnics, sitting poolside, at school, and visiting my ma’s family. I always had something with me to read. As a child, reading was my escape, my haven and my stillness from an extremely chaotic upbringing and it is my bliss, my calmness and my refuge as an adult.

I have been challenged, encouraged, and solaced by the written word.

I will share my new favorites and all-time beloved reads with you in my Spotlight Titles. I hope you discover or rediscover a cherished friend.

This week’s Stellar Series Spotlight is Fear the Dark (Bishop/ Special Crimes Unit) novel by Kay Hooper.

Cheers to the written word!

Copyright © 2016 by Diane Moras

Stellar Series Spotlight Lethal Black Dress (Crime of Fashion novel) by Ellen Byerrum

EB LethalGrowing up books were my sanctuary. I would curl up and read with my pets, my cousin’s pets when I was sleeping over or just visiting her house. Christine’s pets ranged from birds to cats to dogs to ducks to turtles! I definitely hold “story time” with Petey, Kim, Yim, Cocoa, Sammie, General, Fifi, Daisy, Donald, and the rest of the menagerie as a precious memory during a turbulent childhood.

I had a bunch of books, comics, and magazines at the beach, on the boat, in the car, at the doctor, at picnics, sitting poolside, at school, and visiting my ma’s family. I always had something with me to read. As a child, reading was my escape, my haven and my stillness from an extremely chaotic upbringing and it is my bliss, my calmness and my refuge as an adult.

I have been challenged, encouraged, and solaced by the written word.

I will share my new favorites and all-time beloved reads with you in my Spotlight Titles. I hope you discover or rediscover a cherished friend.

This week’s Stellar Series Spotlight is Lethal Black Dress (Crime of Fashion novel) by Ellen Byerrum.

Cheers to the written word!

Copyright © 2016 by Diane Morasco