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Mystery author Charlemagne "Charlee" Russo thought the twisty plots and peculiar murders in her books were only the products of her imagination. That is, until her agent is found dead exactly as described in her new, unpublished manuscript. Suspicion swirls around her and her critique group, making her confidence drop as severely and unexpectedly as her royalty payments.

The police care more about Charlee's feeble alibi and financial problems than they do her panicky claims of innocence. To clear her name and revive her career, she must figure out which of her friends is a murderer. Easier said than done, even for an author who's skilled at creating tidy endings for her mysteries. And as her sleuthing grows dangerous, her imagination starts working overtime. Is she being targeted, too?



About the Author

Becky Clark

Becky Clark is the seventh of eight kids, which explains both her insatiable need for attention and her atrocious table manners. She likes to read funny books so it felt natural to write them too. She surrounds herself with quirky people and pets who end up as characters in her books. Her stout-hearted dog keeps her safe from menacing squirrels, leaves, and deer, but not plastic bags. Those things are terrifying.

Readers say her books are "fast and thoroughly entertaining" with "witty humor and tight writing" and "humor laced with engaging characters" so you should "grab a cocktail and enjoy the ride." They also say "Warning: You will laugh out loud. I'm not kidding," and "If you like Janet Evanovich, you will like Becky Clark."

She is wiggly with anticipation over her upcoming release of FICTION CAN BE MURDER, the first in the Mystery Writer's Mystery series.

Visit www.BeckyClarkBooks.com for all kinds of fun. Anticipate some book launch hoopla in early 2018. While you're there, be sure to subscribe to her "So Seldom It's Shameful" newsletter. You'll hear about new releases, maybe win some prizes, find out about book promotions from her and others, read interviews from new-to-you authors, and more. Oh, and do you like haikus? (As you might have gleaned from the title, she won't inundate your inbox, either.)

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