Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Chris has a new mystery out

"Drip Dead," the third installment in Chris's (writing as "Chrisy Evans") Georgiana Neverall, plumber-mystery series is out this week from Berkley Prime Crime.  


When Georgie finds her mother's fiancĂ© dead in the crawl-space under mom's house, the police see her mom is the prime suspect.  Georgie has to put aside their differences and put on her best detective's coveralls to track down the real killer through a maze of lies, secrets, deception, and dusty bottles of vintage wine.



This isn't Chris' only recent publication.  She also has new romance ebook releases.  The first is an ebook original from Tsunami Ridge Publishing, "Loaves and Kisses."  Here's the description:


Beth Little certainly didn't need Frank Welch pointing out problems in the operation of her bakery. In fact, she didn't need Frank Welch at all - until she did. But Beth doesn't fit into Frank's master plan. When Beth's dream crashes down, it's going to take more than candlelight and a bottle of wine to resolve their differences. Can these two somehow bake beautiful bread together?



"Loaves and Kisses" is available on Amazon's Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, and and in all major ebook formats at Smashwords.com.  It also is (or will soon be) available on Kobo, iPad, and other major ebook outlets.



Next is a the first ebook release of Chris' first published romance, "Dream House."  "Dream House" has previously been published in hard-cover and trade paperback by 5-Star, but until now, it's been a no-show for ebook readers.  Now, thanks to Tsunami Ridge Publishing, that's changed.  Here's the description.


Successful real estate saleswoman Marty Francis vowed she would never depend on anyone after her divorce, and she hasn't. But Marty didn't count on meeting a tall, dark - and dripping wet - stranger in coveralls when she's trying to sell a house.

She can't forget the house, or the handyman. Each time she returns there are more improvements. Which would be great, except the turmoil keeps killing her sales.

Will Hart is a man with secrets, haunted by the death of his wife, and buried in his work. The remodeling is a labor of love for the developer, a way to help an old friend.

When these two meet, sparks fly. But learing to live and love again is daunting, and it will take more than a little remodeling to make a house a home.
 






Like "Loaves and Kisses," "Dream House" is available on Amazon's Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, and and in all major ebook formats at Smashwords.com.  It also is (or will soon be) available on Kobo, iPad, and other major ebook outlets.

That's a lot of books, but Chris isn't standing still.  She's currently in final negotiations to do a new mystery series for Berkley.  We expect to be able to share the details here soon.

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