A Busy Critique Group

My critique group has been churning out the books lately. There have been three releases in the last month!

Tess Grant released the final book in the Kitty Irish Trilogy, Flying in the Dark.

Flying in the Dark

High school senior Kitty Irish knows exactly what Daniel Phinney expected of her—eradicate the werewolves haunting the Manistee National Forest—until her father comes home from Iraq and takes over.

Too bad Kitty’s plan unravels. Her father spends his time watching the tree line from the safety of a wingback chair. Her hunting partner analyzes college campuses while she analyzes kill sites. When her brother finds a new friend in a long-lost uncle, Kitty’s war with the werewolves becomes a battle for more than just her own life.

Whatever Phinney prepared her for, this isn’t it.

In the final installment of the Kitty Irish Trilogy, Kitty’s past meets her present in an explosive confrontation, bringing the battle to her front porch. The fight for the future is more than claws and fangs.

Get your copy at Amazon.

W.S. Gager released the fourth Mitch Malone Mystery, A Case of Volatile Deeds.

A Case of Volatile Deeds

Mitch Malone finally scores a weekend dinner with a cute receptionist, but true to his reporter instincts, an explosion in a high rise office building makes him stand up his date as he runs for an exclusive. Mitch learns that much of what he knows about his date and her work aren’t what they seem. His world continues to twist when the police captain asks for his help and a city hall informant is found floating in the river. Mitch must keep his head down or a cute dog with a knack for finding dead bodies will be sniffing out his corpse.

Get your copy at Amazon.

And J.Q. Rose released her second book, Coda to Murder.

Coda to Murder
Pastor Christine Hobbs has been in the pulpit business for over five years. She never imagined herself caring for a flock that includes a pig, a kangaroo, and a murderer.

Detective Cole Stephens doesn’t want the pretty pastor to get away with murdering the church music director. His investigative methods infuriate Christine as much as his deep brown eyes attract her.

Can they find the real killer and build a loving relationship based on trust?

Get your copy at Amazon.

Yes, I’m feeling like a big slacker, but Climbing Heartbreak Hill is coming out soon.



  1. Yes and YOU will have a great story coming out soon too! I’d say we’re batting 300 in the books release category. (Hmm…I think 300 is the correct number to mean perfect? LOL) Very exciting for the Koffee Kuppers Crit Group!!


  2. It was pretty amazing having them all come out like that, and with CHH out we’ll be the most in-synch crit group out there!


  3. Congratulations! Great job. Just shows how good you are for each other.


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