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About Debra Goldstein:
Judge DEBRA H. GOLDSTEIN writes Kensington’s Sarah Blair mystery series (“Four Cuts Too Many,” “Three Treats Too Many,” “Two Bites Too Many,” “One Taste Too Many”). She also authored “Should Have Played Poker” and the IPPY Award-winning “Maze in Blue.” Her short stories and novels have been named as Agatha, Anthony, Derringer and Silver Falchion finalists. Debra serves on the national board of Mystery Writers of America and is president of SEMWA. She previously was on Sisters in Crime’s national board and president of SinC’s Guppy Chapter. Find out more at https://www.DebraHGoldstein.com.
About V. M. Burns:
V. M. (Valerie) BURNS is the author of the RJ Franklin Mystery Series, The Dog Club Mystery Series, and the Agatha Award-nominated Mystery Bookshop Mystery Series. Originally from Northwestern Indiana, she currently resides in Eastern Tennessee with her two poodles, Kensington and Chloe. Valerie is a member of Crime Writers of Color, International Thriller Writers, Dog Writers of America, and is on the national board for Sisters in Crime, and the board for the Southeast Chapter of Mystery Writers of America. Readers can keep up with new releases and learn more by visiting her website at vmburns.com.
About Ellen Byron:
ELLEN BYRON’S Cajun Country Mysteries have won the Agatha award for Best Contemporary Novel and multiple Lefty awards for Best Humorous Mystery. She writes the Catering Hall Mystery series, which are inspired by her real life, under the name Maria DiRico. Ellen is an award-winning playwright, and non-award-winning TV writer of comedies like WINGS, JUST SHOOT ME, and FAIRLY ODD PARENTS. She has written over two hundred articles for national magazines but considers her most impressive credit working as a cater-waiter for Martha Stewart, serving stuffed snow peas to the Tristate’s one-percenters.