is the author of the "Harry Thursday" thriller series. He grew up
in Narberth, Pennsylvania and studied Archaeology at Penn State. For
the last undisclosed number of years he has honed his skills as a chef
and as the master baker of his world renowned Bob’s Bagels. He now
concentrates his time writing his own brand of thrillers featuring the
intrepid archaeologist Harry Thursday. He lives in
New Cumberland, Pennsylvania.
lives in the Carlisle, Pa area with her husband and daughter.
She draws from and uses her work experience and general
observations of life to write her mysteries. Her "Slice of Life"
mysteries center around a bakery and the fictitious town of
Creek Water, Pa. The "Becky and Rufus" mysteries take readers
into the wonderful world of cross country trucking.
is originally from Queens, New York and has been a resident of
Carlisle in Central Pennsylvania for twenty plus years with his wife
and an assortment of furry friends (dogs and cats). He is the author
of five "Harry Mickey Shorts" private detective mystery novels.
Confessions is his first mainstream thriller with the follow up
Maeve Brennan novel already completed. Rich spent over thirty-five
years in the insurance business in both New York and Pennsylvania.
For more information please visit www.richkisielewski.com
her latest release, A Murderous Malady, is the second book in the
“Florence Nightingale” historical mystery series. She has also written
several historical novels about women in unusual professions, including
The Queen’s Dollmaker (a dollmaker to Marie Antoinette) and A Royal
Likeness (an apprentice to the great waxworker, Madame Tussaud) and
a Victorian woman undertaker. Christine writes historical fiction from
her two-story home library. She lives with her wonderful
bookshelf-building husband, five precocious cats, a large doll collection,
and nearly 4,000 fully cataloged books.
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There’s a Mystery for
Categories of mysteries include cozies, thrillers, true crime, historical, locked room, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, and police procedural. Within those categories there is a huge variety of books. For example, if you’re a crafter or love cooking or love tea those are just a few of the subjects of cozy mysteries. (Think Murder She Wrote.) If you love to learn a bit of history while reading a good mystery, you want a historical mystery. (Think Anne Perry). Wanna be kept on the edge of your seat…thrillers will be your cup of tea gin. These authors cover cozy, history and thriller. (Think David Morrell.) Or, some of us love them all.