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Michelle Busby

MICHELLE BUSBY ~ is a Florida transplant who lived for a time in California where she was an actress, singer, and writer and a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA). A life-long thespian and former teacher, she has performed on stage since her teens and has written plays, musicals, and novels for all ages under the pen names of Mickey MorningGlory, Mickey Middleton, and M.M. Busby. An avid puzzle solver, mystery buff, and self-proclaimed foodie, she combines her talents into one large pot where she stews up her Holmes and Watson Culinary Whodunits. She is a member of Sisters in Crime (SinC), Women’s Fiction Writers Association (WFWA), National Association of Independent Writers and Editors (NAIWE), American Copy Editors Society (ACES), and Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). Michelle lives in Florida with her family.


The HOLMES & WATSON CULINARY WHODUNITS are Cozy Mysteries with a culinary twist. GR, R>13

THE TAINTED TEACUP ~ What's more delectable than a delicious murder mystery with food and drinks? Take one popular midday meeting place, mix in organic herbal tea blends, sweeten with a shopkeeper’s reputation, stir in unsavory suspects, and steep with a poisoned patron. What you get is a recipe for a murder-infused crime an herbalist and an Irish food inspector/chef detective team must reme-tea.
 
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EGG HIDE HOMICIDE ~ What's more delectable than a delicious murder mystery  with food and drinks? Take one annual Easter Egg Hide and Charity Raffle, add an overbearing organizer, decorate with a deadly dye, and prepare poisoned prize eggs. What you get is a recipe for a hare-brained homicide an herbalist and an Irish food inspector/chef detective team must hop to and crack.


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HEART BURN HOLIDAY ~ What's more delectable than a delicious murder mystery with food and drinks? Take one Cinco de Mayo festival, announce two engagements, roast up hot peppers, add in overly spicy seasonings, serve on a hot summer day with icy cerveza, and watch the fireworks begin. What you get is a fiery recipe for a heart attack an herbalist and an Irish food inspector/chef detective team must extinguish. 

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