Diary of a Confessions Queen

Diary of a Confessions Queen



Cozy Mystery.


Confessions writer Amy Crosby has put her life on hold for the last seven years after the disappearance of her husband, Dan. In writing for “True Lies Magazine,” guilt-ridden Amy takes on the abilities her fictional characters confess to, such as the time she thought she was psychic after researching clairvoyants. With fatalistic acceptance of the craziness in her life, she uses humor to cope; but when the home Dan bought for them is about to be foreclosed, her only answer is his having him declared legally dead and using his life insurance policy. Her home is safe–that is, until she receives a blackmail note. Equal parts mystery and humor, this novel is sure to keep readers guessing–and laughing–until the end.

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Booklist Starred Review ~ “… Carmichael (Hot Flash, 2009) has created a thrilling whodunit in her trademark sassy, breezy style. Readers will enjoy her unique blend of humor and suspense.”

From Publishers Weekly ~ “Sprightly humor and eccentric characters invigorate this chick lit cozy from romance writer Carmichael (Hot Flash).”

From Library Journal “Mystery fans who enjoy bright women working through their problems and solving crimes along the way will love Amy. Carmichael (Hot Flash) knows how to deliver a zinger of a tale with plenty of action.”

“This is a story for readers who love layers of kick-ass humor in a cozy mystery. It’s a winner for Carmichael and her distinctive style.” ~ Wil A. Emerson, Crime and Suspense Magazine

* 5 stars * “A fun wacky suspense thriller” ~ Harriet Klausner, The Mystery Gazette

St Petersburg Times review written by Times Staff Writer Kate Brassfield. Click here to read.

“I must confess, this is one funny book! The perfect combination of mystery, romance, and humor.” ~ Kimberly Llewellyn, award-winning author of Tulle Little Tulle Late

“Kathy Carmichael writes the most intriguing, funny, wonderful books.” ~ Kathy Boswell, Fresh Fiction

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