Friend, writer, colleague, Suzie Carr produced this marvelous book trailer for Book 6 in the Charlie Mack Motown Mystery series. Please, give it a look!
Warn Me When It’s Time is a case that takes Charlie and her team to dangerous territory, as they try to outsmart a group of white supremacists hell bent on starting a race war.
Credit: Sunny Bee Productions/Suzie Carr, Producer
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Lambda Literary Awards
Golden Crown Literary Society members have voted Find Me When I’m Lost a Finalist in the GCLS Ann Bannon Popular Choice Award category.
Thought to post this blurb from the Library Journal on Catch Me When I’m Falling, which was also a 2020 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Myster yFinalist
Head, Cheryl A. Catch Me When I’m Falling. Bywater. (Charlie Mack Motown Mystery, Bk. 3). Mar. 2019. 260p. ISBN 9781612941455. pap. $16.95; ebk. ISBN 9781612941462. MYS
Head’s third entry in her “Charlie Mack Motown Mystery” series ( Bury Me When I’m Dead; Wake Me When It’s Over) finds PI firm owner Charlene “Charlie” Mack about to buy a house with girlfriend Mandy. She is distracted from her packing, however, when her mother asks her to look into the brutal murders of several homeless people in the Detroit Corridor neighborhood. Her private investigator team are all on board, even though they know they’ll be working for free. No one wants Charlie to go undercover pretending to be a street person, but that may be the best way to find out the truth. Can she and her colleagues pull it all together in time to prevent another murder?
VERDICT Head packs a ton of drama and action into this short novel, along with important developments in Charlie’s life and those of her friends and colleagues, with Detroit as much a character as the others. This novel should appeal to readers of contemporary PI stories and those interested in varied settings and diverse characters.—Laurel Bliss, San Diego State Univ. Lib.
I appreciate this review by Amos Lassen of my latest book: Find Me When I’m Lost.
I am not really much of a mystery reader but Cheryl Head’s Charlie Mack’s series are something else. No sooner do I finish one, I begin waiting for the next one. She has the ability to create characters and plots that we love and look forward to— but sometimes it can be a long wait in between books. When a new one does come it is cause for celebration but I really must stop reading them so quickly.
At Gay Mystery Podcast with Brad Shreve.
Well, it’s time to give away more Free Books. This weekend, I’ll draw two additional names to receive signed copies of the Charlie Mack Motown Mystery series.
All Four Books!
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Winners of the April 1 drawing have received their books, and I hope are enjoying them.
Here’s Penelope with her set of free books.
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Thank You, and Stay Safe!
….and a new baby is due in October 2019.