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A Case for the Winemaker Ainsley McGregor Book 1 by Candace Havens Genre: Cozy Mystery

The closer she gets to the truth, the more she finds herself drowning in trouble. It’s an exciting time in Sweet River, Texas, and the whole town’s talking. Maybe, a little too much. Former English professor Ainsley McGregor has gambled everything on her new business: Bless Your Art, an artisan market where local artists sell their wares and teach classes. The bright, white space is filled to the brim with colorful art, yarn, jewelry, pet treats, antiques and even a few medieval weapons. Oh, and there are wine tastings. Everything’s better with wine. Ainsley is surprised by how well things are going–right up until the moment her Great Dane finds a dead body. With her friend accused of the murder, it’s up to Ainsley to find the real killer. As the suspect list grows longer, Ainsley has her work cut out for her. The task is made more difficult by the fact her brother, the sheriff, doesn’t seem to want her help. If she doesn’t wrap up the case soon, she might be the next wine, um, one to die. Add to GoodreadsAmazon * B&N * Kobo * Website

A Case for the Yarn Maker Ainsley McGregor Book 2

Spin a yarn…at your own risk. Everyone at Bless Your Art in Sweet River, Texas, is excited about the Yarn Goddess (yes, that’s her real name) coming to town. Ainsley McGregor has set up a special event at the local community center, but when old Mrs. Whedon doesn’t see eye-to-eye with the Goddess about using quality yarn, a fight breaks out. Who knew the octogenarian had ninja moves like that? It’s all fun and games until George Clooney, Ainsley’s Great Dane, finds Ms. Yarn’s dead body in a booth at Bless Your Art. Now the prime suspect is Mrs. Whedon, and while she’s not the easiest woman to get along with, there’s no way she’s the killer. At least, Ainsley doesn’t think so. As this yarn unravels, Ainsley and her quirky friends learn some interesting things about the case and the Goddess’s checkered past. But there’s a killer on the loose. Add to GoodreadsAmazon * B&N * Kobo

Bestselling author Candace Havens has published more than 25 books. Her novels have received nominations for the RITA’s, Holt Medallion, Write Touch Reader Awards and National Readers Choice Awards. She is a Barbara Wilson Award winner. She is the author of the biography “Joss Whedon: The Genius Behind Buffy” and a contributor to several anthologies. She is also one of the nation’s leading entertainment journalists and has interviewed countless celebrities from George Clooney to Chris Pratt. Candace also runs a free online writing workshop for more than 2000 writers, and teaches comprehensive writing classes. She does film reviews with Hawkeye in the Morning on 96.3 KSCS, and is a former President of the Television Critics Association. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Instagram * Bookbub * Amazon * Goodreads

He told me not to say anything to anyone until he came back for me. The cup rattled as my
hands shook again. A bone-chilling cold that no amount of heat would warm had settled in me.
But I was alert and focused on everything going on around me. No way was I going to be the
victim of another crime and leave justice and investigation to those not involved.
Plus, I’d worked too hard on the grand opening of Bless Your Art and I refused to let everyone
down. I needed to figure out exactly what was going on.
The man Michael had been arguing with earlier in the day was dead in the park, part of his head
bashed in, and his eyes staring straight ahead.
That image would be burned into my brain for the rest of my life.
No one deserved to go like that. Not even this guy with his jerky attitude and bullying tactics.
“Can I get you anything else?” Maria asked. She’d been down the street at the grocery with her
daughter Samantha when they’d seen all the flashing lights. “Tell me what I can do.”
I shook my head. There was a dead body. I wouldn’t get in the way of my brother’s
investigation by gossiping about what I’d seen. Besides, talking wasn’t something I could even
do at the moment.
My mind whirled with questions. Who else did that guy make so mad they wanted to kill him?
Was it random? Was there some crazy in town who could possibly endanger all the people I’d
come to love over the last year? I couldn’t stand the thought of all my friends in mortal danger.
“Girl, I can’t believe this happened. The last murder was nearly forty years ago,” Maria said.
“Mom,” Samantha murmured, “I’m worried about Ms. McGregor. She’s just staring straight
ahead, and she hasn’t blinked in a really long time.” Samantha was a freshman at the high
school, a book nerd and as kindhearted as her mother.
“She’s in shock,” Maria said from beside me. “Maybe we should call a doctor or take her to the
hospital.”
Ugh. Hospitals were awful places, at least for me. The last time I’d been in one was Chicago. I’d
woken up there alone and scared after the mugger had hit me so hard with his gun, I had a
concussion.
I shook my head. I needed to at least appear normal. I forced myself to blink.
George, who had been leaning into me while I sat in the chair, put his head in my lap and
sighed—a deep, comforting sound out of his big barrel chest.
“Good dog,” I said with a shaky voice. I cleared my throat. “I’m fine. I—my brother asked me
not to say anything until he has a chance to talk to me.”

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  1. Love the cover- Looks like such a fun book.

  2. this cover is intriguing

  3. sounds so good.