Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): Prove It by Hannah R. Kurz

Posted March 11, 2021 by meezcarrie in contemporary, cozy mystery, giveaway, mystery/suspense / 7 Comments


PROVE IT: Murder in the Mix
SERIES:
A Likable Daisy Mystery #1
GENRE: Cozy Mystery
RELEASE DATE: September 30, 2020
PAGES: 225

When a tragic mixer mishap results in the closing of a beloved bakery, new mom and upstairs neighbor Stephanie Wu is sure of two things: One, she misses their cappuccinos. And two, it was no accident.

But time is running out for the sleep-deprived sleuth. Can she solve the murder and figure out pumping before her maternity leave is up? With a baby at her breast and a killer at her back, life and living above The Likable Daisy will never be the same again.

 

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*Please Note: I have not read this book or author before, so I can’t comment on the content, other than knowing that the cozy mystery genre is typically clean, from my experience*


A longtime lover of cozy mysteries, I decided one day to indulge in the fantasy of killing off my own fictional characters. As it turns out, it’s really fun. My first book Prove It: Murder In The Mix is the premier novel in A Likable Daisy Mystery Series. It follows the adventures of new mom Stephanie Wu as she tries to figure out motherhood, maternity leave, and murder.

When not axing imaginary people in cold blood, I’m usually busy taking care of my two delightful daughters or indulging in another favorite pastime, baking.

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Hannah R. Kurz is offering a digital copy of Prove It to one of my readers! (Void where prohibited by law or logistics.) This giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies which can be found here. Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.

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