An Editorial Review of “Rules of Lying” by Stephie Smith

Readers who enjoy fun and randy mysteries about being caught in the bumbling world of love will greatly enjoy Stephie Smith's "Rules of Lying." Jane Dough is a charmer. I was surprised with the ending and am looking forward to reading more about Jane’s adventures and her new lease on love. A laugh-out-loud story that will keep you entertained to the very end.

An Editorial Review of “Trudy, Madly, Deeply” by Wendy Delaney

When Charmaine Digby is cut loose as “excess baggage” from her ex-husband. She finds herself living with her Gram, slinging cheeseburgers at her great-aunt Alice’s diner, and living across the street from a guy who used to pull her pigtails when they were in grade school together. She is out of work, out of money, and out of shape.This wonderfully humorous cozy mystery will have you cracking up at the trouble that “Char” manages to get into when she finally lands a “real job” as a deputy coroner to the Chimacam County Prosecutor’s office—if she can make it past Day One of her 30-day-trial period.