The small town of Harmony’s number one Internet sensation is crime reporter turned blogger, Sheila Sammartino. Inquisitive, self-conscious and often clumsy in an oddly endearing way, everything is going great for Sheila until she stumbles into a murder mystery, and not as a reporter! She witnesses a newcomer to the neighborhood, Arthur Jones, murdered in the alley next to Harry’s Bagel Shop. The police are quick to call it a mugging gone wrong, but Sheila saw what she saw. With the help of her outspoken former college roommate and her classically handsome new next-door neighbor, this trio take it upon themselves to get all the answers the police refuse to look for. Who was Arthur Jones after all? And who would want to kill him? "Not everything is in harmony in the charming town of Harmony. Former crime reporter Sheila Sammaritino loves asking questions and getting the details of every story. When she witnesses a murder, she becomes part of an uncomfortable story about finding justice and restoring harmony to Harmony. A fast-paced mystery with humor and heart, a great first novel by Tony Garritano." - Mary E. Koppel, popular author of the Denise Reed Mystery Series “A playfully cynical, breezy treatment of murder, intrigue and collaboration by friends to overcome police indifference. A “page turner” written in a consistent and comfortably enjoyable style.” - P.J. Cuccolo, author of LIMULUS and The Shirt Wearer Winner of Four OUTSTANDING CREATOR BOOK AWARDS; the MAINCREST MEDIA BOOK AWARD for Mystery/Suspense; the LITERARY TITAN BOOK AWARD; the FIREBIRD BOOK AWARD for Suspense; and the INDIES TODAY BOOK AWARD, this new Cozy Mystery Series is one that you won't want to miss! It includes many unexpected twists and turns mixed with comedy and romance!
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