Don't miss the new Candy Holliday Mystery, Town in a Strawberry Swirl,
available February 4th 2014!
And the Town in a Blueberry Jam audiobook, available now!

Also, check out our guest blog tour!
2/3 Debbie's Book Blog
2/4 MyShelf
2/6 Chelsea Update
2/10 Mochas, Mysteries, and Meows
2/10 Fresh Fiction
2/15 Lori's Reading Corner
3/1 Dru's Book Musings (Blog post here!)
3/5 Writerspace

We are also being featured on The Crime Scene facebook page on February 4th!

The Barnes & Noble bestseller list for February 9th 2014 listed
Town in a Strawberry Swirl as #20 in the overall mass market category, #17 in the overall fiction category, and #5 in the overall mystery category!

Town in a Strawberry Swirl was also listed as #20 on the
New York Times mass market fiction bestseller list!

Got a question about Candy, Doc, Maggie, Cape Willington, or Blueberry Acres? Ask B.B.!


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The audiobook for Town in a Blueberry Jam, read by Tavia Gilbert!

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In her debut murder mystery, Maine blueberry farmer Candy Holliday has to track down a killer when two murders occur back-to-back. First, aging playboy Jock Larson takes a midnight nosedive off a seaside cliff. Then, local gossip columnist—and recently crowned town Blueberry Queen—Sapphire Vine stops the business end of a hammer with her head, right in her own home. When a local handyman is accused of the murders, Candy investigates to clear his name, and uncover the real murderer, while sorting through the town’s juicy secrets along the way.

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When elderly Wilma Mae Wendell commissions Candy to find a missing—and award-winning—lobster stew recipe, Candy quickly finds herself in hot water with the town’s busy-body, Wanda Boyle, because Wanda’s after the recipe herself, so she can use it to win Cape Willington’s prestigious Lobster Stew Cook-off contest. Candy senses there’s something fishy going on around town, and when two people turn up dead, she quickly finds herself jumping out of the lobster pot and into the fire.

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Trouble walks right into Candy Holliday’s life when Solomon Hatch, the town hermit, comes stumbling out of the woods one day saying he’s seen a body lying in a snow-clogged gully with a hatchet in its back. Candy jumps into action, but when she finds no sign of a body and Solomon mysteriously disappears, she realizes she has another mystery on her hands. And this time, she’ll begin to unravel an even deeper mystery—the real, sinister reason for the string of recent murders in Cape Willington.

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To make a few extra dollars, Candy and her best friend, Maggie Tremont, take over operations of a local pumpkin patch. But when they uncover a body buried under a pile of pumpkins, they’re once again drawn into a murder mystery involving graveyards, a haunted house, and a long-buried family secret.

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