Monday, June 1, 2015

First Review for A Dilemma for Daisy

Dear Gentle Readers,

A Dilemma for Daisy has it's first review.
5.0 out of 5 stars Love found, and lost, and found again?Or maybe not.... May 22, 2015
Format:Kindle Edition
"Daisy is warm-hearted and passionate, but she's nobody's fool. She's got a sense of humor, too! While she may be willing to risk everything for love, she's got a brain too, and she's not afraid to use it. I loved this story with its twists and turns and its satisfying end."

Thank you, Alison Loris, for the wonderful review. When I was first asked to contribute a story to the Monday Murder Society series, I had no idea how five people spread across the planet were going to simultaneously write a story about the ten numbers of a  Victorian mystery book club set in a small Ohio town down by the river and have it be cohesive  Most of the characters would be in every book, so we would at some point be writing each other's characters. But it was a fantastic experience. First of all, these were wonderful people to work with, each talented and patient and creative. A Dilemma for Daisy is Book Four in the series of five books. You don'r need to start with Book One, but it sets the tone for the series and deals with how the lonely bookstore owner came up with the idea of the Monday Mystery Society. And it is a delightful read. Give it a try.


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