Wednesday, 31 May 2017

#NewDetectiveMystery: The Case of the Ex Who Plotted Revenge by Georgann Prochaska

He’s back…and he’s dangerous.
Announcing the Highly Anticipated Release of Georgann Prochaska’s Third Snoopypuss Mystery: The Case of the Ex Who Plotted Revenge, Published by Outskirts Press
Female sleuths “of a certain age” and a beloved bloodhound named Audrey star in this popular mystery series by Georgann Prochaska, set in the Midwest. Outskirts Press—the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company—announces the release of the third Snoopypuss Mystery: The Case of the Ex Who Plotted Revenge.
Prochaska is also the author of The Case of the Girl Who Didn’t Smile, the first of the Snoopypuss Mysteries, which was one of ten finalists in the 2015 Lascaux Prize. The second in the series, The Case of the Hound Who Didn’t Stay, also garnered great reviews, and reviewers called the series “fast-paced” and “for readers who cherish their pets.”
In The Case of the Ex Who Plotted Revenge, Phil Greer is back in Limekiln. He’s angry with the people who didn’t lie to keep him out of jail, and he’s ready to cause prolonged pain for his enemies. At the top of his list are his old partner, his ex-wife, and the woman who couldn’t keep her snoopy nose out of his business. His brother warns him the town will gladly send him back to jail, but Phil laughs. Postings on Internet give him all the ammunition he needs to twist arms, strike fear and destroy happiness.
But the residents of Limekiln are working on a White Christmas wedding, and amateur sleuths Alice Tricklebank and Lena Vincenti have no time for shenanigans…let alone murder. There are cakes to bake and elderly guests to house. A young woman returns looking for her birth mother, and some wild notion causes a great-grandniece to post Flossy Gruber’s old letters. And Audrey the slobbery bloodhound eagerly throws herself into searches for those missing but protests dancing Santa decorations. Embarrassment, regret and fear settle over the town of Limekiln as the residents can’t help but wonder if Phil will shatter lives.
About the Author: After retiring from teaching, Georgann Prochaska became a caregiver for her mother, an experience she wrote about in a memoir, On Little Cat Feet. Revisiting memories of family led to writing mysteries. The Case of the Girl Who Didn’t Smile, the first in the Snoopypuss series, was named one of ten finalists of the 2015 Lascaux Prize. The second mystery involves slobber with Audrey the bloodhound: The Case of the Hound Who Didn’t Stay.