Sunday, December 21, 2014

New Release: Murder the Tey Way

Professor Lexie Driscoll is discussing Josephine Tey's books at a Golden Age of Mystery book club meeting when her sister Gayle arrives, terrified for her life. She had witnessed her boyfriend's murder and fears the murderer is coming after her. The next morning a man's body is found lying in Lexie's backyard. Gayle takes off, and Lexie is worried that her sister may have murdered the man, believing he's been sent to kill her. Determined to learn the truth, Lexie investigates. She discovers the book club members have secrets and hidden vices that lead to more murders and unexpected revelations.

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Marilyn Levinson

A former Spanish teacher, Marilyn Levinson writes mysteries, romantic suspense, and books for kids. Murder the Tey Way is the second book in her Golden Age of Mystery Book Club Mysteries. Many readers have praised Murder a la Christie, the first book in the series. Untreed Reads has brought out new e-editions of her Twin Lakes mysteries: A Murderer Among Us, awarded a Suspense Magazine Best Indie, and Murder in the Air. Uncial Press e-publishes her ghost mystery, Giving Up the Ghost, and her romantic suspense, Dangerous Relations. All of Marilyn's mysteries take place on Long Island, where she lives. Her books for young readers include No Boys Allowed; Rufus and Magic Run Amok, which was awarded a Children's Choice; Getting Back to Normal, & And Don't Bring Jeremy.

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  1. Marilyn,
    I'm so glad you could be here this week. I thoroughly enjoyed reading "Murder the Tey Way."

  2. I not only enjoyed it, I hope it will inspire others to read Josephine Tey also.

  3. I'm reading this book now and enjoying the heck out of it. I can't wait to see how it ends. Excellent story!

  4. This is on my reading list. Thanks for featuring Marilyn's mystery on your site, Patricia. And Happy Holidays to you and to all.

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Eileen! I wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season.