Mrs. Miller Mysteries
Katherine is a retired nurse and a retired church organist. The small Hudson River village where she lives in her Victorian “Painted Lady” makes her the neighborhood matriarch. Along with her Maine Coon Cat Robespierre, she guards friends and families.
When amoral Rachel moves into the first floor apartment of Katherine’s house, trouble erupts. The murder weapon is one she recognizes and makes her fear for her friends and family. Finding the killer becomes her goal.
Murder and Mint Tea is a gem in its genre, combining the voice of a classic American whodunit with that of a traditional British detective novel. Murder She Wrote meets Miss Marple in a beautifully crafted tale that makes the reader want to reach into the pages and dispense justice to the villainess themselves. ~ Writer Gail Roughton
There are six books in the series. Bodies seem to find Katherine Miller, retired nurse and guardian of her neighborhood and of those close to her. She lives in a Hudson Valley village in a Victorian house with her familiar, Robespierre, a Maine Coon Cat. During her adventures, as well as remaining at home, she visits, Lars, who will become her second husband. Even her honeymoon is interrupted by the need to help a friend when suspected of being a murderer.
Murder and Mint Tea, the first of the Mrs. Miller mysteries is permanently free at all venues.
Janet Lane Walters is celebrating her 55th year as a published author. There are probably that many of her books floating on the internet available to be read electronically. She began with short stories and poetry and graduated to novels when an editor told her the short story she’d submitted sounded like the synopsis of a novel. She writes romance – contemporary, paranormal and fantasy. There are mysteries and fantasy for young adults under her JL Walters name.
She is married to a psychiatrist who has no desire to cure her obsession with writing. Mother of four and grandmother of seven, she lives in the scenic Hudson Valley area. She was once a nurse. She did a stint as a ghost-writer for doctors.
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