Cover Reveal-Fogged Inn (A Maine Clambake Mystery #4)

by Barb, who has a book due–okay actually this book due–June 1 (Ulp!)

Look what just showed up on Amazon. (This is the first I’m seeing it, too.)


What do you think?

Would you buy this book?

Do you see the inspiration from this Pinterest board?

What do you think the story is about? (Note: If you come up with ideas that are better than my 98% completed book, I’m going to……possibly steal them for another book. 🙂 )

Let me know!


40 Thoughts

  1. I mistakenly hit the Post Comment button on my earlier post…sorry.
    That cover is AMAZING!! Great pictures on the Pinterest board. Let’s see…..There’s a resident Maine Coon cat that belongs to the owner of a seafood Inn restaurant where someone is bumped off on a foggy day perhaps? Am I even close? I would buy this book because that cover is pulling me right in. Congrats on the upcoming release.

  2. Love the cover and the spooky feeling of fog. I was in Acadia about ten years ago with my sons on a glorious summer day and we watched the fog bank roll in and take over. I had to buy a fleece sweatshirt at a gift shop!

  3. Love this cover! It conjures up the picture of a summer day when it’s better not to be outdoors, so why not eat a delightful lunch looking out at the “pea soup” as we call it here and then heading home for a book and a nap. What better invitation from a book cover?

    1. There is, of course, a recipe for pea soup in Fogged Inn. I got it from Hallie Ephron’s friend, Pat Kennedy, since the pea soup I’ve been making at home all these years is from Joy of Cooking. Pat’s is delicious!

  4. Love the cover. I think Julia takes a group out to a remote pl as ce for a clambake and they get fogged in, and of course there is a murder. And there will be delectable food described. Looking forward to it.

    1. Thanks, Susan. You know your Baby Boomer covers are among my favs! (BTW–this is my Baby Boomer book–in that all the suspects are….and the mystery goes back to the ’70s.)

  5. If a dead body. Was found slumped over the food. With the cat starring at it. I would certainly. Read it.

  6. I would love to read your books on kindle. However I’m a widow on social security. So I can’t pay that much. I am an avid reader. And I always always leave feed backs . Any chance I can get one cheaper thank you

    Sent from my iPad


      1. You can also request that your library acquire it – which makes a sale for Barb AND makes sure lots of people read it – or see if you can get it on inter-library loan.

    1. I was amazed how much the cat looked like Tuffy. I’ve always described Le Roi as enormous. But now I see this does look like one of the photos on my Pinterest board. I’ve never described Le Roi’s coloring. I figured he might be a cover model some day–so now I know!

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