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Candy, Murder & Me - Carolyn Chambers Clark, Anthony Auriemma

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Candy, Murder & Me - Carolyn Chambers Clark, Anthony Auriemma Kindle  -  Ebook
* I reviewed this book as part of Indie of the Month. I was not compensated for my review. All opinions are my own.*
Good Reads: CANDY, MURDER, AND ME is an 80,000-word cozy mystery set in Florida, in and around a dress design company, which co-stars Sigmund Freud, a psychoanalyst dachshund. 
When full-figure dress designer and candy addict Cookie Berelli discovers the PI she hired to clear her of embezzlement charges dead in her design studio, she investigates, to wacky results. For example, is Eugene Gemstone involved? After all, he is her number one fabric cutter at Florida Fashions, and he did start acting overemotional after he wore one of the dresses she designed into the ladies’ room at Chez Riso and got arrested. He's especially suspect now that he's disappeared with all of Cookie's candy stash. Then again, it could be that cute PI,…

Guest Post by KJ Steele

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KJ Steele is an emerging writer who has learned that the process is not so much about choosing what to write as it is about having the courage to write what chooses to be written. Having spent the first half of her life creating an amazing family with her husband, Victor, she intends to spend the rest of it creating equally amazing fiction. You can find out more about her and her book by visiting her website at http://kjsteele.com, on Twitter at http://twitter.com/KJSteele4 and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Story-to-Tell/122592254511039


No Story To Tell By K J Steele ebook, 388 pages - Published by The Fiction Studio
The Book Blurb: Victoria Lackey, a once extraordinarily promising dancer, now finds herself mired down in a joyless marriage, tending to a heart full of secrets, her dream of being a dancer buried deep within her. Buried within her, that is, until Elliot, a newcomer to the small, gritty town of Hinckly and …