Wreaths & Murder
Dickens & Christie Mystery Book 3
Kathy Manos Penn
it were up to her, they’d be singing carols and baking cookies.
Parker is looking forward to her first holiday season in the
Cotswolds. Prepping for the town’s tree-lighting ceremony, the
village is enraged when the new American earl announces plans to
develop his family’s estate into a resort. And when the brash
successor is found dead in a ditch, it’s obvious this car crash was
to unwrap the truth behind the tragedy, Leta enlists the help of the
Little Old Ladies Detective Agency and her talking dog and cat. But
with everyone in the charming hamlet a suspect, it’ll be tough to
discover who’s not on Father Christmas’s naughty list.
Leta and friends deliver the gift of justice?
Wreaths & Murder is the third book in the delightful
Dickens & Christie cozy mystery series. If you like clever senior
women, deep friendships, and animals of the talking variety, then
you’ll love Kathy Manos Penn’s yuletide whodunit.
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Paws and Murder
Dickens & Christie Mystery Book 2
Fall Fête isn’t very festive when an illusionist is discovered
in the Cotswolds has given Leta Parker a new lease on life. Growing
close to her small-town pals, the former corporate trainer is
thrilled to help them put on the village’s annual autumn
celebration. But the punch goes sour when a friend’s estranged
magician husband is found murdered.
the newly widowed woman the prime suspect, Leta leaps into action
with spunky friends and her talking dog and cat to clear her name.
But when they trace the lecherous victim to England’s picturesque
southern coast, they discover a long list of past lovers who’d be
happy to see the sleight-of-wandering-hands womanizer permanently
Leta expose the truth, or will this investigation be her final trick?
Paws & Murder is the second book in the lighthearted
Dickens & Christie cozy mystery series. If you like compelling
characters, talkative four-legged friends, and journeys full of
action and humor, then you’ll love Kathy Manos Penn’s playful
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Tails & Murder
Dickens & Christie Mystery Book 1
crossed an ocean to start her life over.
her quaint village becomes a graveyard?
widowed Leta Parker desperately needs a change of scenery. Pursuing
her lifelong dream of retiring to the Cotswolds, she leaves her
soulless corporate hustle in Atlanta and moves to England with her
talking dog and cat companions—Dickens and Christie. But she’s
barely begun making new friends when she stumbles across her
housekeeper’s body …
several villagers pegged for the crime, Leta teams up with a retired
English teacher and her sharp-as-a-tack octogenarian mother to track
the killer before the trail goes cold. As the not-so-friendly local
policewoman elbows them out and scandalous rumors plague the
tight-knit community, it’s left to the ladies and their pets to
sleuth for the truth.
Leta, Dickens, and Christie sniff out the culprit before the cute
little town loses more than its charm?
Tails & Murder is
the delightful first book in the Dickens & Christie cozy mystery
series. If you like spunky literary women, amusing animal sidekicks,
and inviting cultural backdrops, then you’ll love Kathy Manos
Penn’s engaging page-turner.
Tails & Murder to
see the fur fly today!
Dickens & Christie Mystery Box Set
I, II & III
tragedy rocks her world, Leta Parker hops across the pond to mend her
soul. Will a murder in her tranquil hamlet upend her plans . . . or
can she catch the killer and still be home for tea?
Cats & Murder
Dickens & Christie Mystery Book 4
me sitting serenely at my desk surrounded by my four-legged office
assistants. The dog warms my feet, and the cat provides the purr-fict
background music. I sip hot tea, sift through handwritten notes, and
place fingers on the keyboard as thoughts take shape. Such is the joy
a child, I took a book everywhere—to family dinners, to doctor’s
offices, and of course to bed. Years later, a newspaper article
inspired me to put pen to paper and submit my thoughts—my words—to
the editor. Before I knew it, I was writing weekly columns and blogs.
Then came a book co-written with my dog. (What? Doesn’t everyone do
I’m living a dream I never knew I had—writing cozy animal
mysteries featuring a dog and cat who talk to their owner. If a dog
can write a book, surely animals can communicate. Naturally, my
office assistants help with the dialogue. And, yes, they are angling
to be listed as co-authors.
the way, if you can’t find me, I’m traveling in the UK doing
research for my next mystery—don’t judge.
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