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Cozy Cat Press: Author of the Week
The winter season is here!
We are less than two weeks away from Christmas! It's that time of the year to cozy on up with a good gentle mystery.
So, why not gift someone with one of our cozy mysteries?
We recommend you check out our featured author of the week M.E. Bakos’s Fatal Flip.
M. E. Bakos has published several short stories in national women’s magazines. Her love of mysteries has led to writing cozies. Her first mystery short story, “Carpe Diem or Murder at the Carp Fest” appeared in the Festival of Crime, a SINC Anthology.
Here’s a summary of Fatal Flip - her first home improvement mystery novel:
Flipping houses can be fatal! When thirty-five-year-old, widowed Katelyn, gets fired from Colossal Health she takes friend Myra’s, advice to “follow your bliss.” She becomes a Home Rehab Specialist in Crocus Heights, Minnesota. Her ninety-day plan to turn distressed properties into cash and career fulfillment veers towards deadly when she finds a body in her first project. Attractive, blue-eyed, muscular Sheriff Don Williams at first suspects Katelyn. After all, it’s her house. Meanwhile, her ex-husband Eddy, (it’s complicated) is back in her life and sleeping on her sofa. One mystery leads to another when Katelyn’s snooty neighbor, Ariel, is discovered dead in her bathtub. Could any of the townhome residents have killed Ariel?Between keeping her stray cat, Boots, in kibble, and herself in pizza and good coffee, Katelyn works survival jobs as she unravels the puzzle of who leaves bodies in abandoned houses, and why. And while Katelyn recovers from losing Jake, the love of her life, she warms to the possibility of a new love with the handsome Sheriff Don.
Be sure to visit our site for an excerpt of Fatal Flip here: [url]https://www.cozycatpress.com/ [/url]
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