From Robbie Jordan
Death Over Easy
Country Store Mysteries
by Maddie Day
Was I ever surprised to find some in Brown County, Indiana! There's a double one at the entrance to the Brown County State Park, but I also saw one in the quaint town of Beanblossom. Here's a snippet about that one in the new book:
The sunny afternoon made the inside even darker and more mysterious as the car bumped slowly over the planks. Graffiti marred—or as some would say, decorated—the rough wooden walls. I didn’t peer at it too closely in case obscenities were part of the scrawls. Once through, we could see Beanblossom Creek more clearly, full and rushing from the spring rains.
Too bad somebody chose it as the place to murder a musician...
As part of the Summer Giveaway, my author is giving away a signed copy of Death Over Easy to one lucky commenter - and because today is release day, she'll send an audiobook version to another commenter! Be sure to leave your email address in your comment.
Readers: Tell me your favorite covered bridge, either one you've been through or seen a picture of. It could also be one you've read about in a book or seen in a movie!
Maddie Day creates the Country Store Mysteries and the Cozy Capers Book Group Mysteries. As Edith Maxwell, this Macavity- and Agatha-nominated author writes the Quaker Midwife Mysteries, the Local Foods Mysteries, and award-winning short crime fiction.
Maxwell is President of Sisters in Crime New England. She lives north of Boston with her beau and two cats, and blogs here and with the other Wicked Cozy Authors. You can find her on Facebook, twitter, Pinterest, and at her web site, edithmaxwell.com.