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About Darci Hannah
Cozy mystery author, Darci Hannah, is a native of the Midwest and currently lives in a small town in Michigan. Darci is a lifelong lover of the Great Lakes, a natural wonder that inspires many of her stories. When Darci isn't baking for family and friends, hiking with her furry pals, Ripley and Finn, or concocting her next cozy mystery, she can be found wandering around picturesque lakeside villages with her hubby, sampling baked goods, and breaking for coffee more often than she should.
Darci's books include:
MURDER AT THE BEACON BAKESHOP 1st in the Beacon Bakeshop Mystery Series (Kensington 2021), CHERRY SCONES & BROKEN BONES (Midnight Ink 2019), CHERRY PIES & DEADLY LIES (Midnight Ink 2018), THE ANGEL OF BLYTHE HALL (Ballantine Books 2011, 2nd edition by Piffle & Bombast 2016), THE EXILE OF SARA STEVENSON (Ballantine Books 2010)
You can learn more about Darci and her books at www.darcihannah.com
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After a career on Wall Street, Lindsey is making a different kind of dough in a pretty lakeside village, and the upcoming blueberry festival—including the pie-eating contest her bakery is hosting—is the highlight of the summer. But soon Beacon Harbor runs into a patch of trouble.
A local real estate agent gets pranked. A parade float gets pelted with water balloons. It’s all laughed off until the stunts start escalating—and looking more like sabotage. As the event turns into a debacle complete with rampaging goats, Lindsey’s sweetheart, a former SEAL, starts investigating. But the juicy mystery takes a bitter turn when a man—dressed up as a Viking—is found dead in a boat, and it’s no longer mischief but murder . . .
Includes Delicious Recipes!
With the spirit of the holidays wafting through the Beacon Bakeshop, Lindsey thinks she has the recipe for the sweetest Christmas ever—winning the town-wide cookie bake-off. Unfortunately, striving for a picture-perfect December in Beacon Harbor is a lot like biting into stale shortbread. Low on staff and bombarded by visits from family, Lindsey can barely meet demands at work, let alone summon the confidence to face fierce competition . . .
Self-appointed Christmas know-it-all Felicity Stewart is determined to take the top spot in the bake‑off, and she’s not afraid to dump a little coal in everyone’s stocking to do it. Just as the competition heats up, everything falls apart when the judge is found dead—and covered in crumbs from Lindsey’s signature cookie!
Solving a murder was never on Lindsey’s wish list. But with her reputation on the line during the happiest time of the year, she’ll need to bring her best talents to the table in order to sift out the true Christmas Cookie culprit.
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More interested in kneading dough than adding it up, Lindsey’s breakup inspired her to set up the shop she always wanted in a place that always made her happy. She’d spent many childhood summers near this beach community and converting the old run-down lighthouse into a bakery café and home offers a perfect fresh start for Lindsey and her devoted Newfoundland dog, Wellington.
But not everyone in town has a sweet tooth. The preservation society won’t have the lighthouse’s history sugar coated by lattes and cakes—and a protest group crashes Lindsey’s Memorial Day opening. Then her ex-fiancé Jeffrey Plank and his girlfriend Mia Long arrive to trash the place. In the ensuing chaos Mia chokes on a donut and dies.
An autopsy reveals cyanide in Mia’s bloodstream and Lindsey is the police’s prime suspect. To clear her name, she’s going to need to combine ingredients found in the town’s checkered past to uncover the identity of a desperate killer . . .
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Advance praise for MURDER AT THE BEACON BAKESHOP
“Darci Hannah mixes spicy characters, a sweet bakeshop, and a possibly haunted lighthouse into a charming beachfront Michigan village and serves up a mystery as delectable as the bakeshop’s treats and as twisty as the lighthouse stairs."
—Ginger Bolton, author of Boston Scream Murder
Worse yet, all evidence points to Whitney's father as the killer. After she races home to help, things really land in the pits for Whitney when she discovers that Jack MacLaren, her old high school nemesis, is Cherry Cove's only police officer. Putting her cherry-tastic treats on hold, Whitney matches wits against Jack. But will she have what it takes to clear her father's name and sift out the real Cherry Cove killer?
Extraordinary. Gripping. Unforgettable.
This is a book you want to read!
A historic Scottish Setting. A lighthouse on the edge of nowhere. A young woman searching for the man she loves while placed in the care of a man she distrusts. And a touch of eerie Gothic flavor. This is a must read for every romantic!
“This is a stunning debut: a haunting, extraordinary tale told by a born storyteller who combines humor, heartbreak, and real suspense.”—Bernard Cornwell, New York Times bestselling author
“The Exile of Sara Stevenson gathers force and delivers an atmospheric tale of love, passion, and loyalty.”—Laurel Corona, author of The Mapmaker’s Daughter
In 1814, Sara Stevenson, the high-spirited daughter of celebrated Scottish lighthouse engineer, Robert Stevenson, disgraces her family by falling in love with the young sailor, Thomas Crichton. The two lovers embark on a clandestine affair and decide to elope, but on the day of their elopement Thomas fails to show up as planned, leaving Sara heartbroken and at the mercy of her overbearing family. Learning of their daughter’s fallen state, and seeing that Sara is unwilling to give up her obsession with the sailor, the Stevensons banish their daughter to the eerie outpost of Cape Wrath, the setting of their most desolate lighthouse. There Sara is forced to live with the dashing, reclusive light-keeper, William Campbell, a man rife with dark secrets. While Sara continues to search for Thomas, she becomes more entangled with the unsettling lightkeeper. And just when she’s about to give up hope of ever finding her young lover again, a mystifying package arrives containing Thomas’s treasured pocket watch. Clinging to hope, Sara continues to correspond with the sender, an antiquarian from Oxford. And what she learns from this extraordinary stranger will not only help her unravel the mystery of Thomas’s untimely disappearance, but also compel her to face her feelings for William Campbell, a man with demons of his own, and a growing love for the beautiful young woman placed in his care.