Death at the Alma Mater is a featured book for January at the mystery book club at Barnes and Noble online.
Update January 4: I'm running a contest over there at B&N - my first. Please stop by for details on how to enter.
A nice review of Death of a Cozy Writer appears over at the Fred's Place blog (scroll down to the last review on the page):
Patricia Ruocco of the Lisle Library in Illinois has created a (wonderful) Death of a Cozy Writer page at Murder Among Friends - complete with maps, photos of bedsits and King's College Chapel, links to Agatha Christie's Greenway, etc. An illustrated Cozy Writer, in other words. Thank you, Patricia, and may you have a wonderful holiday!
I'm blogging today over at the Midnight Ink blog on the subject of manuscript formatting (all the "rules" I didn't know I knew).
Pam W of The Mystery Bookstore in Los Angeles has chosen Death and the Lit Chick, the 2nd St. Just mystery, for her December Top 10 List of favorite mysteries. The full list (#10 seems to be missing, actually):
1. Jacqueline Winspear, AMONG THE MAD. Henry Holt, $25.00; Picador, $14.00 (trade paperback reprint).
2. Spencer Quinn, DOG ON IT. Atria, $15.00 (trade paperback edition).
3. Sophie Littlefield, A BAD DAY FOR SORRY. Minotaur, $24.99.
4. John Connolly, THE GATES. Atria, $24.00.
5. Lisa Scottoline, LOOK AGAIN. St. Martin’s, $26.95.
6. Laura Lippman, LIFE SENTENCES. William Morrow, $24.95.
7. Lisa Lutz, REVENGE OF THE SPELLMANS. Simon & Schuster, $25.00.
8. G.M. Malliet, DEATH AND THE LIT CHICK. Midnight Ink, $14.95 (trade paperback original).
9. Sue Grafton, U IS FOR UNDERTOW. Putnam, $27.95.
Agatha Award-winning author of the DCI St. Just mysteries and the Father Max Tudor series. All books available everywhere and in all formats, including large print, e-Book, and audio. Standalone suspense Weycombe arrives 9-2017.