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Maia Chance’s Teetotaled

“Although, of course, not rum. I never touch that vile stuff. But a highball, yes, a highball would be refreshing—” One character’s seemingly innocent comment becomes surprisingly significant and launches a murder investigation that complicates the retrieval of an errant diary. Short on funds, Lola Woodby is “an unwilling teetotaler” and the rent is coming… Read More ›

Blog Tour II: Mystery Author Maia Chance

“No job is too trivial” for the Discreet Retrieval Agency, if only they didn’t tend to end in murder… “After her philandering husband died and left her penniless in Prohibition-era New York, Lola Woodby escaped with her Swedish cook to the only place she could—her deceased husband’s secret love nest in the middle of Manhattan.”… Read More ›

Blog Tour: Mystery Author Maia Chance

Fairy tales in their original forms can be quite…grim. These short tales full of wonder, magic, and “happy endings” continue to inspire our imaginations and our literature. In 2014, Snow White Red-Handed debuted with the opening/first lines: “Miss Ophelia Flax was neither a professional confidence trickster nor a lady’s maid, but she’d played both on… Read More ›

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