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No Tricks, All Treats

October is a time for treats.
Even if you’re not ringing doorbells with a plastic pumpkin hooked over your arm, there are still treats available. 
These mysteries are the first in their series, and they are FREE on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and Kobo.
First from Elise Sax, Die Noon is the first installment in the hilarious, romantic Goodnight Mysteries series. 

Let Us Prey by Jamie Lee Scott is the first in the USA TODAY bestselling Gotcha Detective Series
Armed and Fabulous by Camilla Chafer explores what happens when a boring temp job turns deadly!

From my longtime critique partner, Sally Berneathy. Lindsay, the Death by Chocolate heroine, will make you smile, and the included recipes are to-die-for.

Wanna Get Lucky by Deborah Coonts will hook you! Las Vegas, mayhem, glamor, and laugh out loud funny!

And finally, my own Poppy Fields. If you’ve not met Poppy, pack your bags for big fun!
Julie Mulhern is the USA Today bestselling author of The Country Club Murders and the Poppy Fields Adventures. 

She is a Kansas City native who grew up on a steady diet of Agatha Christie. She spends her spare time whipping up gourmet meals for her family, working out at the gym and finding new ways to keep her house spotlessly clean–and she’s got an active imagination. Truth is–she’s an expert at calling for take-out, she grumbles about walking the dog and the dust bunnies under the bed have grown into dust lions.

Creepies, Crawlies & Other Scary Things Like Politics

by Bethany Maines

to the Halloween / Election Season where we’re all hiding under our covers and
hoping that come sunrise it will all be over and the tangerine menace will have
gone back under his rock.  I don’t know about you, but I long for the days
when October child safety meant checking the candy for tampering, not checking
the news for use of the word “pussy”.  When the boomers talk
about bringing back the “good old-days” I nod along, but I’m pretty
sure we’re talking about different old days.  My definition of good old
days was when I didn’t have to listen to a year-long build up to an election.
 So, basically, 1984. Can Back to the
happen now?  
Sadly, Doc Brown has not turned up
to rescue me. So I’m forced to devise my own escape plan.  It’s called
books. I’m going to bury my nose in a book or computer and read and write my
way through October. In case you wish to enact your own escape plan, I’m offering
this giveaway opportunity from my publishing company Blue Zephyr Press.
 Enter for a chance to win a $75 Amazon Gift Card, one of three print
novels (Exile by Karen
Harris Tully, An Unseen
by Bethany Maines,
and Perfect Likeness by J.M. Phillippe), and one lucky
winner will win five e-books (Exile and Inheritance by Karen
Harris Tully, An Unseen Current and Wild Waters by
Bethany Maines, and Perfect Likeness by J.M. Phillippe).
 Contest runs through 10/30/16. 
Tweet for extra entries!

Bethany Maines is the author of the Carrie
Mae Mysteries
, Wild Waters, Tales
from the City of Destiny
and An
Unseen Current
You can also view the Carrie Mae youtube video
or catch up with her on Twitter and Facebook.