Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Waiting on Wednesday - May 11th

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This is the first in a new cozy mystery series and looks really good to me.

Synopsis from Goodreads...

The tide has turned for Dodie O’Dell since a hurricane upended her life on the Jersey Shore. Now she’s further up the coast in sleepy Etonville, managing a restaurant that dishes dinners themed around the community theater’s latest productions. But Dodie just never imagined she’d land the starring role in a case of bloody homicide . . .

Intrigued by rumors of vanishing box office money, Dodie has agreed to help oversee the casting of Romeo and Juliet at the modest Etonville Little Theater. If nothing else, it’s a welcome escape from the thirty-something’s usual going-to-bed-with-a-mystery-novel routine. But when Jerome Angleton, a well-respected member of the theater company, is inexplicably found murdered on the loading dock, deadly drama transcends the stage—and the page. As a crime wave crashes over the small town, the spotlight is on Dodie to orchestrate her own investigation behind the scenes . . . before someone has a chance at a killer encore.

Publisher: Lyrical Underground

Release Date: July 2016

What books are you waiting for?


  1. Gorgeous cover....and with the theater at the center of a story, what more can one want? And then, of course, a murder shakes things up. Sounds good! Thanks for sharing...and here's mine: “THIS MUST BE THE PLACE”

  2. I love that it's got a theater in the story!

  3. Oh I saw this one on NetGalley and it's seriously tempting me! So far I've resisted but I might end up just buying it once it comes out.


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