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Friday, July 20, 2018

Do you believe in VooDoo? I'm not sure I do--but then your mind can play funny tricks on you. Even if you don't believe--it possibly could work! And if you grew up in an area where voodoo is prevalent--well---

That is what happened to Nicole Rogers--born and raised in New Orleans she had recently moved to Red Cedar. She had changed her life around--lost lots of weight--was in a committed relationship--when voodoo dolls started appearing. She met up with Liz Lucas via a friend she met in a gym. Now Liz was about to go to a cooking school in New Orleans to learn a few new recipes for her restaurant/spa, when she got one of her "feelings". She drove over to Nicole's house and found her murdered! But who could have done it? So many suspects!

While in New Orleans she decided to find out about voodoo and got more then she bargained for. Then Nicole's fiance started getting threats-Winston, Liz's dog was recruited to keep him safe.-then a black cat was found dead next to Liz's car--who was it a warning to--

Can Liz ferret out the person responsible for all this?

She did come back with some real Cajun recipes that you can find at the end of the book!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

It was just a doll, wasn't it?
It didn't have powers, did it?
Powers that could kill?

This is the ninth book in the Liz Lucas Cozy Mystery Series by a two time USA Today Best Selling Author.

New Orleans is famous for its pralines, beignets, jazz, Bourbon Street, and the French Quarter. But there’s a darker side to the Big Easy, one that involves voodoo and gris-gris.

Nicole Rogers recently moved to Red Cedar from New Orleans. She’d lost weight, became engaged, and had a new job as the manager of a local bank in the small town. But when she found voodoo dolls in her gym locker, work desk, and on her front porch, she was scared. She knew what receiving the dolls meant – someone wanted to hurt her or kill her, and she was right. A few days later, Nicole’s body was found on her front porch with a voodoo doll next to it. She’d been murdered.

What is the connection between Nicole’s murder and the voodoo dolls? Liz Lucas, an amateur sleuth, is determined to find the connection and catch the killer. While on a trip to New Orleans to attend a cooking school known for its Cajun-Creole style of cooking, she learns a lot from a gris-gris doctor who specializes in voodoo, hexes, spells, and superstitions.

But who would want to kill Nicole? Was it the bank employee Nicole fired? What about Nicole’s sister, who had legally changed her name to Marie Leveau (the Queen of Voodoo in New Orleans)? Or Candace Norgan, the woman her fiancĂ© dropped when he fell in love with Nicole? Or even Maddie, Nicole’s friend and the Assistant Manager at the bank?

Join Liz and her dog Winston as they search for the killer.

As always, plenty of mouth-watering recipes!

Read a Chapter or Two Here

Purchase the Book Here

About the Author: (from Amazon)

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USA TODAY bestselling author and seven time Amazon All Star Author, Dianne Harman, draws her stories and characters from a diverse business and personal background. She owned a national antique and art appraisal business for many years, left that industry, and opened two yoga centers where she taught and certified yoga instructors. She's traveled extensively throughout the world and loves nothing more than cooking, playing backgammon with her husband, Tom, and throwing the ball for their dog, Kelly.

Being a dog lover and having attended numerous cooking schools, she couldn't resist writing about food and dogs. Dianne is the author of several cozy mystery series: Cedar Bay, Liz Lucas, High Desert, Midwest, Jack Trout, and the Northwest. Each of these books contains recipes from her travels. Alexis, the first book in the Midlife Journey Series was also recently published. She's the author of the award-winning suspenseful Coyote Series.

Murder in the Pearl District was chosen by Amazon to be one of their Mystery books in their October, 2016 homage of great writing by independent authors and several of her books have been chosen by them as PRIME books!

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Shelly Peterson said...

I am a little superstitious. I have not read any of her books yet.

Deb PelletierC said...

I would like to check out, Murdered by words. It look interesting.

Calvin F. said...

Been on her website before. I have seen her books. not read yet though, sounds spooky

Darlene said...

I am sure I would love the recipes in this book.

bn100 said...

no, none yet

Peggy Hyndman said...

I'm a little superstitious. I haven't fully read any series written by Dianne Harman. I would like to read Murdered by Superstition. I would probably like some of the recipes in this book.

Anonymous said...

I, too, am superstitious about the number 13. I won't stop on page 13 of a book nor chapter 13 of a book. I have read the Midwest Series. I would love to read the Liz Lucas series. And yes! I would love to try the recipes as well.

Jerry said...

Not really! Thank you for your giveaway and a chance to win.

Erin N said...

I don't consider myself superstitious at all. This book looks like one I would really enjoy!

Hide C. said...

I am not really superstitious but I can't say that I like Friday the 13th.

Hide C. said...

I have read all of her series to date.

Hide C. said...

I can't eat anything spicy so I had a bit of a rough time with the food when I was in New Orleans. (beignets and po' boys excluded)

Karen A. said...

I am not superstitious but I don't like walking under ladders. Not because I am superstitious but because I don't want it to fall on me..lol

ellen_levickis said...

I am not superstitious.

michie2003 said...

not too superstitious.

hamjenny said...

Yes I am one thing I am superstitious about is when a black cat crossing the street in front of my car. I usually X the windshield with my finger for protection from bad luck.

Rachel B said...

Im a little superstitious about somethings.

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