A Double Book Birthday!

CONGRATULATIONSToday on the blog we’re celebrating a double book birthday! Steamed Open is book #7 in Barbara Ross’s Maine Clambake series. Murder on Cape Cod is the first in a new series by Maddie Day. Here’s a bit about each book.

Steamed Open

steamedIt’s summertime in Busman’s Harbor, Maine, and the clamming is easy—or it was until a mysterious new neighbor blocks access to the beach, cutting off the Snowden Family Clambake’s supply. Julia Snowden is just one of many townspeople angered by Bartholomew Frick’s decision. But which one of them was angry enough to kill?

Beachcombers, lighthouse buffs, and clammers are outraged after Frick puts up a gate in front of his newly inherited mansion. When Julia urges him to reconsider, she’s the last to see him alive—except the person who stabs him in the neck with a clam rake. As she pores through a long list of suspects, Julia meets disgruntled employees, rival heirs, and a pair of tourists determined to visit every lighthouse in America. They all have secrets, and Julia will have to work fast to expose the guilty party—or see this season’s clam harvest dry up for good.

Murder on Cape Cod

cape codIn the Cozy Capers Book Group Mysteries, Mac (Mackenzie) Almeida runs a bicycle repair and rental shop in the fictional Cape Cod village of Westham, and also hosts a weekly cozy mystery book group.

It’s just after Memorial Day in Westham, Massachusetts. Business is still a little slow, but that doesn’t stop the weekly Cozy Capers book group from starting their summer reading list. As Mac walks home afterwards, she finds a body on the path behind her house. When it turns out to be murder, and her own half-brother is a prime suspect, Mac – with help from the book group – has to assemble more parts than a bike derailleur to find the real killer.

Murder on Cape Cod is a Barnes and Noble Exclusive, so go to your local B&N or order it.

Huge congratulations from the rest of the Wickeds!

Friends, join Edith, Barb, and Debra Goldstein TONIGHT on

Facebook 7-10 EST to celebrate their releases.

We’ll all be stopping by, so make sure to say hello!

23 Thoughts

  1. Happy Book Birthday to Barb and Edith!! You are both such good writers it is hard to decided which to read first! Maybe I could alternate chapters?

  2. Congratulations to both Maddie Day and Barbara Ross! I know both book will be a smashing success. Can’t wait for the event on Facebook!
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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