We here at MCW are hoping you have a happy holiday, safe driving, and plenty of time to read. And since many people get new e-readers, or finally have time to sit down with a good book once the shopping and cooking are done, we’re offering links today to some of our newest books.
Kate Flora: I am actually a bit astonished to find that both of my new babies are available as e-books. This now means the whole Joe Burgess series can be read the way you might eat a box of chocolates, one delicious book after another. Here are the links to Death Dealer and And Grant You Peace:
Death Dealer buying link:
And Grant You Peace buying link:
Barbara Ross: My books are:
Musseled Out (pre-order)
And, Kensington has recently released an “ebook boxed set” including Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder (The First Hannah Swensen Mystery with Recipes) by Joanne Fluke, Death Of A Kitchen Diva (The first Hayley Powell Food and Cocktails Mystery–set in Bar Harbor) by Lee Hollis and Clammed Up (The first Maine Clambake Mystery) by Barbara Ross
Susan Vaughan: Here’s my Holiday feature:
ONCE BURNED, part of my Task Force Eagle trilogy, is only 99 cents Dec. 18-25, on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1bPOxIb
Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson:
The links for the ebook edition of my most recent Liss MacCrimmon Mystery, Ho-Ho-Homicide (w/a Kaitlyn Dunnett) are:
And here is a link for my backlist titles. The entire Face Down series (prequel to the new Mistress Jaffrey Mysteries by Kathy Lynn Emerson) and many others are also available at all the usual outlets but I get a bigger share of the price if readers buy them here:
John Clark: If you have a Y/A reader in your family who loves fantasy and adventure, how about The Wizard of Simonton Pond?
Lea Wait: Has been crazy busy promoting a Christmas book, so she hasn’t sent links, but the clever detectives among you can track her down now that you know, as Lea says:
For those still celebrating Christmas, my Shadows on a Maine Christmas is available in e-book formats, and for who’ve had enough holidays, Shadows on a Cape Cod Wedding is also in e-book formats.
For those of you still going crazy entertaining, or perhaps with a New Year’s crowd to cook for, here’s another quick and dirty recipe from Thea, who loves to eat:
Boil a bunch of tiny potatoes until they’re crisp tender. Drain and chill. Then wrap in bacon (one slice will do 3-4 potatoes), skewer the bacon with toothpicks, and bake about 20-35 minutes at 400 degrees, until bacon is crisp. Serve with a dollop of sour cream into which you’ve stirred some fresh snipped dill. You will be a party sensation!
And if you’re just knocking about the internet and want some recipes to drool over, check out this link: