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Ratham Creek is on free kindle 1/7-8/2017. A good time to download for a wintry day’s read. One reviewer said
“Good read, enjoyed it all, one setting read, lost sleep on this one” It is suspense around a feud between mountain folks and town people.
Here is a short link to its sales page on Amazon http://amzn.to/1AuBbeN
Format: Kindle Edition
In Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick, author Marie F. Martin weaves an entertaining and fast-paced cozy mystery that follows the crazy adventures of four sassy widows whose lives get turned upside down when a blackmailing maid they employed uncovers long-buried secrets in all their lives, and threatens to bring criminal charges if they don’t pay her hush money. So what’s four elderly friends going to do when all hell breaks loose …. why solve the mystery of course!
Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick is a well written story that has enough quirky characters, intrigue, suspense, humor, and drama that easily draws the reader into these four spunky ladies’ amateur sleuth adventures. You can’t help but love the four friends, their witty banter and their eccentricities will keep the reader in stitches, the intriguing plot twists will keep you guessing, while cheering the ladies on as even calamity can’t stop them from embarking on their crazy mystery investigative adventures!
Marie F. Martin‘s fourth novel “Don’t Mess with Mrs. Sedgewick” was as good as I thought it would be. Ms. Sedgewick wants to live the rest of her days surrounded with her three best friends. She talks them into buying condos that are next to each other. All is going well until Mrs. Sedgewick hires a cleaning lady that decides to air out all of the ladies’ dirty laundry from the past.
My favorite thing about “Don’t Mess with Mrs. Sedgewick” was that every character in the book had secrets, some even criminal. I could not wait to find out what every character did since they all seemed like someone’s grandmother. Mrs. Sedgewick is not your ordinary lead female character. She is a sassy, older woman who knows exactly what she wants and how to get it. I admired her for her patience and trying to help people even when they clearly did not deserve it. The other three main characters were all just as loveable. Mrs. Sedgewick kept solving problem after problem. When she came up with a solution for one, another would arise. Just when everything seemed like it would be alright, Martin throws in plot twist. I really enjoyed this book! I hope that I could have as many good friend as Mrs. Sedgewick does when I reach her age.
Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick is a delightfully eccentric whodunit tale that cozy mystery fans will want to add to their reading list!
I recieved this via email the other day from my middle son with instructions to print it out and give it to Gunnar my four year old great granson. What a fun thing for him.
Thank you Free Kindle Books and Tips for promoted my new release.
You just never know what a day will bring. Yesterday when I opened my email, the following was in my inbox from a fellow writer:
Guess what! I get to be with you for the book signing at the local Floral in January!
This was a God thing, a nudge I tried to ignore because I felt like a clod yesterday when I went into town for physical therapy. But I couldn’t ignore it (I tried). So I stopped by and talked to Debbie & Kathy (?) — really good visit with them. Kathy asked if I would be willing to work with another author who had already signed up for Jan. 6. I gulped. It’s gonna be XXXXX, I just know it! Lord?? Why her? Rats. Kathy pulled out her list and said, “Marie Martin, do you know her?” Marie!! Thank You, Lord!
That was a great start to a day.
Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick is now released. I hope she finds her way into readers hands. Price on kindle will remain $2.99 for awhile.
Paperbacks are $10.99.
Marie F Martin
October 11, 2016 is the launch date for Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick.
Pre order sale is on until the launch. $2.99
Roberta Sedgewick is stuck in a house that is too empty without her beloved Burton—the rat died and left her with his dog and rooms that rattle. She convinces her three golfing buddies, all in their seventies, to sell their homes and buy adjoining condos. The widows intend to spend the rest of their days golfing, gambling at the casino, and having fun. Oh, the heaven of it. But then they all hire the same maid who uncovers long-hidden criminal secrets kept by each woman. Oh, the horror of it. The reputations of their deceased husbands, a banker, a minister, and a respected farmer, will be tarnished forever. Three of the widows could face jail time, and the fourth fears for her life. Whatever will they do with the conniving, blackmailing maid?
If you grew to love the characters in Marie F. Martin’s previous novels Maternal Harbor, Harbored Secrets, and Ratham Creek, you will treasure Roberta and her friends in the mystery Don’t Mess W
Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick has now gone through a copy editor and then I have gone through it approving or disapproving the corrections. What a job. The guy that formats my books has done so and loaded the draft version to Amazon Kindle. It has yet to have the cover made. When that is completed it will be live. I will send out an email, blog and promote my new release. it is quite an undertaking, but writing is the joy of my life, but a bigger joy is knowing the story is read.
The young man who broke out my granddaughter’s car window and rifled through the inside of her car, came back and apologized and asked what it cost to have the window replaced. The next day he showed up again. This time with the $210. His debt is paid. I wish him luck in dealing with addiction.
Today is the day I turn over my new manuscript, Don’t Mess With Mrs Sedgewick, to the copy editor. It is now out of my hands and I will try not to stew about it. It’s like giving away your thoughts for two years. Publication is getting closer.