Suzanne Trauth

Please join me in welcoming Suzanne Trauth, playwright and author of the Dodie O'Dell Mystery Series, which ties her love of theater together with the novel form. Her newest novel, released this past summer, What Remains of Love follows the main character as she grieves for and learns about her father's life. Her experience writing plays … Continue reading Suzanne Trauth

Paty Jager

Just in time for Indigenous Peoples Day, I'm pleased to share the words, this month, of Paty Jager, author of several mystery series, some of which feature strong indigenous Americans. I discovered her through the Shandra Higheagle mysteries, and her most recent novel is Double Down, book 3 in the Spotted Pony Casino Mysteries, published … Continue reading Paty Jager

Robert Herold

It's a pleasure to share with you the words of Robert Herold, author of The Eidola Project and, most recently, Totem of Terror. His books have kept me up at night, both from the need to keep reading and from the thoughts in my head after I close the last page. Find him on BookBub … Continue reading Robert Herold

Darcie Wilde

This month's guest on Writers SimpliFived Darcie Wilde writes historical mysteries and romance. Her most recent, A Counterfeit Suitor, is the fifth of the Rosalind Thorne mysteries, which began with A Useful Woman. Among the things I enjoyed most about connecting with Darcie is her ability to convey a lot with few words. My instinct … Continue reading Darcie Wilde

Marty Wingate

Marty Wingate writes mysteries with birds, gardens, and a library full of mystery books! The Librarian Always Rings Twice, is the third book in her First Edition Library mysteries, which is the third series of mysteries she has written. The others are the Potting Shed mysteries and the Birds of a Feather mysteries, and they … Continue reading Marty Wingate