Murder of a Cranky Catnapper (Scumble River Mystery)
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Praise for the New York Times Bestselling Scumble River Mysteries “I enjoy every minute of every book of this series.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris “The quintessential amateur sleuth: bright, curious, and more than a little nervy.”—Agatha Award–winning, national bestselling author Earlene Fowler “Humor continues to be the strongest aspect of this long-running series, although it runs neck-and-neck with the smoldering romantic relationship between Skye and Wally.”—Kings River Life Magazine “A master of the small-town mystery.”—Crimespree Magazine “Swanson shows once again why she’s one of my favorite cozy mystery authors.”—Fresh Fiction
She lives in Illinois with her husband, classical composer David Stybr, and their cool black cat, Boomerang. She worked as a school psychologist for twenty-two years before quitting to write full-time. Denise Swanson is the New York Times bestselling author of the Scumble River mystery series, including Murder of an Open Book, and the Devereaux’s Dime Store mystery series, including Dying for a Cupcake.
After trying almost every trick in the book to aid a handful of socially awkward fourth grade boys, Skye opts for the innovative approach of pet therapy with the assistance of the local vet, a Siberian husky, and a Maine coon cat. In the latest from the New York Times bestselling author of Murder of an Open Book, a school psychologist has her hands full after a school board sourpuss meets a bitter end With her morning sickness finally abated, Skye Denison-Boyd is ready to pounce on the pertin
Pamela Bodine said Keeps Getting Better and Better!. Well, I did it again. Every year I pre order Ms. Swanson's latest Scumble River mystery so I can have it on release day in September Every year I tell myself to only read a little to make it last. Got this one on the 6th and read it all on the 6th. Just too good to put down. If you have never visited Scumble River and gotten to know all the wonderful characters, you are missing a wonderful series. I think this is maybe the 18th? Not sure, but you will get hooked. The writing is awesome, the characters are believable and the solving of the crime will be a surprise--not pre. tjp168Swanson brings small-town living to life in her mystery series. tjp1684 Denise Swanson does a great job of bringing small-town living to life in her Scumble River series. Growing up in a small town, I can relate to the characters. Swanson is talented in continuing to develop her characters as the series moves along.This series reminds me a lot of Murder, She Wrote in how you can keep things interesting using a small-town setting. I will definitely be purchasing her next novel!. said Swanson brings small-town living to life in her mystery series.. Denise Swanson does a great job of bringing small-town living to life in her Scumble River series. Growing up in a small town, I can relate to the characters. Swanson is talented in continuing to develop her characters as the series moves along.This series reminds me a lot of Murder, She Wrote in how you can keep things interesting using a small-town setting. I will definitely be purchasing her next novel!. Fantastic! ccc Denise Swanson knows how to tell a story! Never disappointed in any of her books. Can't wait to read the next one!