My new festive mystery released on November 1! And I made an online jigsaw puzzle to celebrate. First, a little about the book:
Christmas at Audley Castle wouldn't be the same without a little slaying!
The Douglas fir in the grand hallway is festooned with decorations, presents sit under the frosted branches, fires crackle in fireplaces, and there's snow. So much snow! I'm a fan of a little festive frosting, but fifteen inches falling in less than a day means flights get canceled, roads are blocked, and plans change. But I'm determined to make the best of things, including helping Princess Alice learn how to frost Christmas cupcakes.
When Alice's former school friends surprise us by making it through the blizzard, they bring fizz and chatter, some of it not so merry and bright. The friend with the sharpest tongue, Delphine Augustus, is silenced forever when she's discovered dead in her bed on the night of her arrival.
Was it an overdose, or does the cake Princess Alice made that's smeared across the victim's face hold a worrying clue?
E-book - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09YV58XN3
Paperback - https://www.amazon.com/Frosting-Murder-Holmes-Culinary-Mysteries/dp/1916357385
Hardback - https://www.amazon.com/Frosting-Murder-Holmes-Culinary-Mysteries/dp/1915378478
Enjoy the jigsaw - https://jigex.com/Ju1DB
K.E. O’Connor is the author of so many books she can't remember them all. Noteworthy mentions include:
Every Witch Way series (a talking familiar as the lead character, anyone?)
Witch Haven mystery series (14 books of fabulous witchy mayhem)
Crypt Witch cozy mysteries (17 books of murder, a talking hellhound, and a big old demon issue)
Lorna Shadow ghost mysteries (13 books of ghostly mystery)
Holly Holmes baking mysteries (9 books of delicious cake, murder, and stunning British jollies)
Zee Town paranormal cozy series (5 quirky, fun books with murder and friendly zombies in Cornwall)
Along with other titles available if you cast the right spell.
She can imagine dragons, taste cookies when they aren’t even there, and hear the crack of a witch’s broom at a hundred paces.
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