Tammy Setzer Denton, Author
St. Charles, MO
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|Posted on June 9, 2012 at 7:00 PM|
Laura Bradford Book Signing
Main Street Books, St. Charles, MO
Every time Laura Bradford aka Elizabeth Lynn Casey releases a new book, I become sleep deprived. I can't put it down! Her latest release is the first in a new series. It's an Amish mystery entitled Hearse and Buggy.
Laura's following continues to grow by leaps and bounds and I'm sure Harlan Coben's endorsement of
Hearse and Buggy will only add to her reader count.
"The Best Cozy Mystery Debut I've read all year."
He thinks quite highly of her talent as do I, but I don't have quite the same clout he does. Apparently, many many others enjoy her work as well as Hearse and Buggy is already in its second printing run in only 4 days!
Reap What You Sew is the 6th book in the series and came out last month.
Laura also writes stand-alone romances for Harlequin American Romance under the name of Laura Bradford. Her 4th book with Harlequin will be available in October 2012.
Laura's earliest publications were a mystery trilogy featuring the crime-fighting duo of Jenkins and Burns.
Many of her books are available in paperback and e-book formats.
Needless to say, Laura is one busy person. However, she always makes a point to visit with her St. Charles friends. This time she spoke and did a book signing at both the Kirkwood Public Library in Kirkwood and the McClay Library Branch in St. Charles on Thursday, June 7.
On Friday, June 8, Laura met with readers, friends, and fans at Main Street Books where she signed books from all her series.
Laura is always encouraging to us beginning writers. I'm so glad I got to know her.
Her fan base continues to grow and her readers get younger and younger.
Author, Lynn Cahoon, accompanied Laura to her book signings and talks. Lynn's 1st novel, The Bull Rider's Brother, is published by Crimson Romance and is available at all fine e-book stores everywhere (or at least Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/The-Bull-Riders-Brother-ebook/dp/B008195C2I/ Barnes and Noble, and i-tunes.)
Of course, many thanks go out to Vicki Erwin of Main Street Books for promoting Laura's books and giving us a place to meet.
Vicki is the author of 24 published books. The most recent of these is ST CHARLES THEN AND NOW by Vicki Berger Erwin and Jessica Dreyer.
Be sure to sign up for Main Street Books newsletter. You don't want to miss any events. There's always something going on at Main Street.
Laura finished off her weekend in Chicago, Saturday June 9, attending and speaking at thePrinter's Row Lit Fest.
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