Contest Spotlight: March Madness brings “Mystery & Mayhem” to our Writing Competitions

2016-12-17T12:15:22+00:00 By |

For some March Madness is basketball, for us at Chanticleer Reviews it's that last minute rush, as Mystery Authors scramble to meet our March 31st deadline for the Mystery & Mayhem Awards (aka the M&M's). The M&M's cozy mysteries is one of our favorite categories and we have many fond memories of amazing books and authors winning M&M's. Some, like author Pamela Beason's THE ONLY WITNESS--which answers the question: "What would happen if a signing gorilla was the only witness to a terrible crime?"--taking not just taking the M&M's but also the top overall grand prize. Pam is working on creating a dynasty as she won again with her sequel THE ONLY CLUE, taking the M&M Grand Prize for 2014. And for 2015 her RACE WITH DANGER is a contender in in our Dante Rossetti awards! Our 2013 M&M Grand Prize winner Bernadette Pajer's FATAL INDUCTION: A PROFESSOR BRADSHAW MYSTERY is another favorite here in the Chanticleer office. Revolving around a race to win an electrical engineering competition in Seattle 1901, the time of Tesla! Bernadette has gone on to write four book in the series and we couldn't be happier to see the witty and entertaining Professor Bradshaw continue his escapades of electrical engineering and solving mysteries with science. Your book could earn a place in our M&M hall of fame for 2016. All you have to do is enter. What are the M&M's? Our Mystery & Mayhem Awards are the Chanticleer Reviews search [...]

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