Happy Tuesday! Today's author spotlight goes to the lovely Susan Santangelo!!!
I'm the author of the humorous Baby Boomer mysteries, which follow the adventures of Carol and Jim Andrews as they navigate their way along life's highway toward their twilight years.With one dead body thrown in, just to keep things interesting.
Here's a little information about me.
I've been a feature writer, drama critic and editor for daily and weekly newspapers and magazines in the NY metro area. I'm a member of Sisters in Crime, International Thriller Writers, and the Cape Cod Writers Center, all great resources for mystery writers.
Here's the published titles:
"Retirement Can Be Murder," 2009 (has been suggested for a tv series -- I'm still hopeful!)
"Moving Can Be Murder," 2011
"Marriage Can Be Murder," 2012 (features a destination wedding on Nantucket and was chosen as one of Suspense Magazine's 2012 Best Mysteries)
"Class Reunions Can Be Murder," 2013 (this one takes place at Carol's 40th high school reunion)
"Funerals Can Be Murder," 2014.
Book 6, "Second Honeymoons Can Be Murder," takes place in Florida and will be released on February 16, 2016.
The subhead for each of the titles is "Every Wife Has A Story." My six-year-old English cocker spaniel,Boomer, is the cover model for the books. He's quite the handsome guy. And a photo of our newest addition to the family, Lilly (AKC name, "My Pulitzer Prize") graces the back cover of Book 6. There are at least 5 more books planned in the series, so stay tuned!
Stop by Susan's website and find out what is happening:
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