We have finalized the cover for my next book. Direct Elimination will be out in June 2020.
I just came across this while cleaning out a drawer. Haven’t worn it in a long time.
I spent last Saturday at the Rhode Island Authors’ Book Expo. Met a lot of nice people, sold some books. All in all, a very pleasant day.
I, along with about 100 other authors, will be taking part in the 7th Annual Rhode Island Author Expo this coming Saturday, December 7. The event is held at Rhodes on The Pawtuxet in Cranston, RI from 10:00 to 4:30. All types of books will be represented, from mystery to non-fiction to children’s books. If you’re in the area, please stop by. Admission and parking are both free. Remember, a signed book makes a wonderful gift.
I recently taped a podcast with Jordan Rich of IHeartRadio. Here is the link to it. https://player.blubrry.com/id/51095245/
I just got back from a road trip in California doing research for an upcoming book. Stopped in Salinas to visit my friend John Steinbeck. It’s always good to see him.
This past week. I took part in a mystery authors’ panel discussion at the Ames Free Library in North Easton, MA. It was a lot of fun. I enjoyed having the opportunity to spend time with fellow mystery authors Debi Graham-Leard and Ray Anderson, as well as to meet some very nice local mystery fans. It’s always nice to connect with people.
In the past few weeks, two separate men, both of them radio talk show hosts, have asked me to kill them in a book. Odd coincidence, interesting challenge. I’ve figured out where and when to kill Tom Foie, but not how. I’m not yet sure how I’ll do in Jordan Rich.
A recent review of Deep Secrets has this to say:
Amy Lynch, is at it again. In this third mystery by P. K. Norton featuring the intrepid and sharply inquisitive insurance investigator, Norton has done it again–spot that “something odd, something out of place”, and with a combination of intellect and intuition start to expose and finally, in a classic “running out of pages” resolution and denouement, resolve the deepening mystery.
But it’s more than just a great puzzle and engaging characters that makes Norton’s mysteries so much fun. There’s the out-of-the-blue lightening bolts of humor, and with each new novel a deepening exposure of the “regular” relationships in Amy Lynch’s life, from friends and family to professional associates to canine confidants.
If you’re new to Norton’s Amy Lynch mysteries, just dive in. If you’ve enjoyed her first two books, well…enjoy your swim.