Murder Most Sweet
Everyone in Lake Potawatomi, Wisconsin, knows Teddie St. John. Tall, curly-haired Teddie is a superb baker, a bohemian bon vivant, and a mystery writer. She is walking her dog, Gracie, when her four-legged friend finds Teddie's missing silk scarf—tied tightly around the neck of the beautiful fiancée of a touring British author.
Before you can say "Wisconsin kringle," Teddie becomes a murder suspect. Everyone in town knows all too well that the distinctive scarf was hers. When a second murder shocks the community, Teddie stands accused of two murders. With the help of her friends, can Teddie clear her name and deliver a killer's just desserts?
“Fearlessly funny … and a plot as neatly twisted as an accent scarf.”
—Catriona McPherson, multi-award-winning and national bestselling author of SCOT AND SODA.
…A delicious cozy mystery debut replete with southeast Wisconsin’s famous Danish kringle pastry, romance, a puzzling death, and well-written prose...A highly recommended new series!
—Christine DeSmet, author of the Fudge Shop mysteries and Mischief in Moonstone mysteries
Dreaming in Black and White
She's smart. She's savvy. She's...well, she's working on the thighs. And with God as her witness, she'll never let that man spoil her happy ending! ...Can Phoebe protect her hometown-and her heart-and prove It's a Wonderful Life? Or is her promising future truly Gone with the Wind?
Dreaming in Technicolor
Everyone's favorite film geek Phoebe Grant heads off to Merrie Old England-and changes her cinematic dreams from black and white to living color. . . what awaits Phoebe in the land of Mrs. Miniver and Notting Hill is nothing short of disaster . . . and nothing less than a miracle.
Natalie Moore is about to lose
what little cleavage she had.
She'll shave her head, leave her church, fall for a man in scrubs, learn to tap, and flash a roomful of women.
Natalie needs to know with or without her breasts she is more than the sum of her parts.
"Serious chick-lit? It can work, as seen in this faith-filled novel that revolves around breast cancer. Walker's humor leavens the panic and the illness's accompanying indignities, such as a painful mammogram ("Now I knew how it felt to be a hamburger patty on a George Foreman grill"). Those diagnosed with breast cancer, survivors and their women friends will find this an enjoyable and encouraging read."