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Book Review: LynDee Walker’s Front Page Fatality by Jessica


FRONT PAGE FATALITYTitle: Front Page Fatality
Author: LynDee Walker
Genre: Mystery
Series: Yes / Book 1
Rating: 5 out of 5

Richmond Telegraph crime reporter, Nichelle Clark, dreams of working for The Washington Post, however; she has yet to make an impression on them. Steadily working her beat, she’s never far from her police scanner in hopes of chasing the story that will give her the break she needs. When a drug dealer is found murdered, police are quick to assume it was a vigilante behind it, but nothing about the crime scene makes sense. Nichelle’s given a key piece of evidence and begins some overwhelming research, only to realize that everything is not what it seems to be. [Read more...]


It’s another Pin It to Win It Book Hunt – this time for LAST DINER STANDING! Here’s how it works: Pop over to our Pinterest board , repin the LAST DINER STANDING Pin It to Win It image, then using the list and instructions on the pin, create a board with all your found goodies! After that, just cross your chicken fingers that you’ll win the prizes (good prizes, too).

This contest runs until March 10, and we’ll announce the winner on March 12. Pretty cool, right? If you love Pinterest, or have been itching to try it (beware: it is ADDICTING), now’s your chance to showcase your scavenger hunting talent. And then WIN!

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Lowcountry Boil by Susan M. Boyer reviewed by Doris


MP900362831[1]The Low country of the South has been the setting of choice by a bunch of authors over the last ten years or so. Rich with Southern tradition and legend the area  offers Dorothea Benton Frank, Katherine Wall, Mary Kay Andrews, and Carolyn Hart—among many other authors—a great setting for mystery, romance, and crazy families. Susan M. Boyer’s Lowcountry Boil adds to the genre in a very good way. A first novel, Lowcountry Boil is a lively read with both appealing characters and enough plotting to keep you guessing until the end.  Hopefully Ms. Boyer will use this as a jumping off point for a series of books featuring this crew of characters. [Read more...]

LynDee Walker featured on ABC channel 8




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Oh, Agatha! Agatha Award Nominees Announced

Special congratulations to Susan M. Boyer on  her Agatha nomination for LOWCOUNTRY BOIL in the Best First Novel category.


This post is reproduced with permission of Criminal Element.  2013 is in full swing, which means the awards are coming in for 2012’s best books. In addition to the winners of the Loveys and the nominees for the Lefties, last week we heard the announcement of the nominees for the Agatha awards, the winners of which will be announced at Malice Domestic in May.

Best Novel:
The Diva Digs Up the Dirt by Krista Davis
A Fatal Winter by G.M. Malliet
The Buzzard Table by Margaret Maron
The Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny
The Other Woman by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Best First Novel:

Lowcountry Boil by Susan M. Boyer

Iced Chiffon by Duffy Brown
A Scrapbook of Secrets by Mollie Cox Bryan
A Killer Read by Erika Chase
Faithful Unto Death by Stephanie Jaye Evans

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Pin It to Win It Winner Announced!!

Pin It to Win ItAnd the winner is…Jessica DeLuna! She won this week’s Pin It to Win It Book Hunt Contest for LynDee Walker’s FRONT PAGE FATALITY. Jessica’s Pinterest board is fabulous, but don’t just take our word for it. Check it out here:

PRIZES! not just praise – Congratulations to Jessica who will receive $50 Visa gift card, 3 Henery Press eCards, a Henery Press coffee mug, an ARC of our latest release, plus a spotlight right here on our blog.

Thanks to everyone who participated. What a blast to look through all the boards! Nichelle’s world really came to life through some truly creative pinning. We hope you had just as much fun as we did perusing and pinning!  Honorable mention goes to Julie Hallberg and Karin Wallace (who don’t win anything but our delight).

If you missed the chance this time around, fear not – more prizes up for grabs starting next Monday when we announce our newest Pin It to Win It Contest!

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Looking for Tour Hosts: Portrait of a Dead Guy Book Tour with Larissa Reinhart

portraitofatourWe are thrilled to announce that we are organizing a book tour with Larissa Reinhart, author of Portrait of a Dead Guy. This tour will run in April (exact dates to be confirmed) and will promote the first book in this series.

In Halo, Georgia, folks know Cherry Tucker as big in mouth, small in stature, and able to sketch a portrait faster than buckshot rips from a ten gauge — but commissions are scarce. So when the well-heeled Branson family wants to memorialize their murdered son in a coffin portrait, Cherry scrambles to win their patronage from her small town rival. 

As the clock ticks toward the deadline, Cherry faces more trouble than just a controversial subject. Between ex-boyfriends, her flaky family, an illegal gambling ring, and outwitting a killer on a spree, Cherry finds herself painted into a corner she’ll be lucky to survive.

Please remember:
1. Review copies are available as ebook copies only. Naturally ebook review copies are available US/Canada and internationally.
2. Due to Larissa’s writing commitments the only two options will be review and/or interview. There will be no guest blogs. If you choose “interview” you will be responsible for providing interview questions.
3. Please indicate your preferred day. However please be aware that we may not be able to accommodate your selected day. However, we will try our best.

Please fill in this form to register your interest for this tour.  If you have any questions please leave a comment or email us.



Pin It to Win It Book Hunt

Pin It to Win ItHey Peeps!

It’s Pin It to Win It Book Hunt! Here’s how it works: We’ll post a Book Hunt list for a particular Henery Press book. You’ll pop on over to Pinterest, create a board with all your found goodies, post a link to our Facebook page, then cross your chicken fingers that you’ll win the prizes (good prizes, too).

Pretty cool, right? The first Pin It to Win It contest starts Monday, February 4. So if you love Pinterest, or have been dying to try it (beware: it is ADDICTING), now’s your chance to showcase your scavenger hunting talent. And then WIN! [Read more...]

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