Welcome Jane Haertel!

janeforblogWe are happy to announce that Jane Haertel aka Susannah Hardy is joining our two other Wicked Accomplices, Sheila Connolly and Kim Gray, to do a monthly blog post. She will be with us on the second Tuesday of the month. Here is a little bit more about Jane:

I have the best job in the world: making up mysteries and inventing recipes to go along with them. But before that dream became a reality, I worked as a waitress, office underling, and handbag and window treatments designer and manufacturer. When I’m not writing stories, I operate Crazy Diamond Editing Services (www.crazydiamondediting.com), a full-service editing and coaching business. I’m a member of Sisters in Crime (New England Chapter) as well as Romance Writers of America, where I serve my local chapter (Connecticut RWA) as vice president of programming.

Feta_Attraction_CoverA native of northern New York, I attended St. Lawrence University. I now live in Connecticut with my husband, teenage son, and Elvira the Wonder Cat. I also enjoy reading, knitting and crocheting, sewing, historical research, long walks, travel, and gardening.

My first novel, Feta Attraction, Book 1 of the Greek to Me Mysteries, is available now from Berkley Prime Crime at all major retailers. Book 2, Olive and Let Die, will release November 3, 2015.


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    1. Thanks, gettingcozy! Don’t you just love this blog? I’ve been reading it for a long time so getting asked to be a special correspondent was wonderful for me.

  1. Hi Jane,
    I am excited to take a look at your series. I’m in The Capital District (Schenectady to be exact) and love to see a series take place in my beloved New York State. And, it is always great it find a new series to love.

    1. Hi, Margaret! My family still lives in New York State (North Country) and I visit often. Not only does the Greek to Me series take place in New York State, but the story is based on some real New York State history (in fact, all the stories will incorporate some aspect of NYS history/folklore). I hope you love Georgie and the gang at Bonaparte Bay as much as I do!

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