January 2021 Member News

Alexis Morgan: Death By Intermission, the fourth book in The Abby McCree Mysteries from Kensington Books, is now out in e-book, print, and audio versions. Click here to see the cover and read an excerpt.

Alice K. Boatwright’s article “Silver Takes Second” compares the careers of Agatha Christie’s Miss Jane Marple with Miss Maud Silver, the sleuth created by Golden Age of Mystery author Patricia Wentworth. It was published in the January 2021 issue of Red Herrings, the magazine of the UK Crime Writers’ Association.

Paranormal mysteries abound in Robert Herold’s new book, Moonlight Becomes You. A 19th Century team of paranormal investigators attempt to stop werewolf attacks on a Black community. The KKK objects. A book you can really sink your teeth into—or the reverse.
Moonlight Becomes You won the Southeastern Writers Association’s Purcell Award for Best Novel and the Hal Bernard Award for Novel.
The first Eidola Project novel is on sale for just $0.99 between 1/29 and 2/19! Add some chills to a warm winter!

Erica Miner was interviewed for the January 2021 issue of the International Thriller Writers online magazine, The Big Thrill.

Joyce Yarrow is happy to announce that her historical suspense novel, Zahara and the Lost Books of Light (Adelaide Books, Dec. 2020), will be translated into Portuguese and published in May 2021 by Grupo Narrativa.