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Dial QR for Murder struck me as an intriguing work of fiction featuring a dynamic protagonist.


He turned fully toward me and took my hand. “What are you trying to accomplish? Do you want to prove his innocence, or find his killer?”

“Why can’t I do both?”

He touched my face, and then drew my lips toward his. For a moment, we stayed in the sweet prolonging, then departed slowly, cheeks and foreheads bidding farewell like a pair of deer nuzzling in a meadow.

I had to admit I did see that coming, for some time now if I were to be honest. There were moments at the rears of elevators. After-hours at his office concluded with us in an embrace, staring at the stars. Perhaps it was finally letting him into my home, my sanctuary, which let him into my heart completely.

 Smart and complex mystery. […] If you enjoy an intelligent mystery, I recommend this book.

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Published by A.E.H. Veenman, Author

My passion for writing began with a hunger for books from fellow New Jerseyan Judy Blume, and Nancy Drew mysteries. And each Saturday, a side dish of The Hardy Boys whet my appetite for hunting down clues and solving crime. Thus began a three-course menu for becoming a writer. For hors d’oeuvres, I sampled women’s fiction for a bit with novels, All Waters Gathering (2008) and Carruther’s Place (2011). It wasn’t until I realized murder should really be on the menu when the main course became my thriller, Barbecue (2011). My plate’s not quite clean of things that go bump in the night—plenty of horror and creepy thrillers in the works!—but one must always save room for dessert. Rich and sweet came Dial QR for Murder, the first Digital Age Cozy™ in the Marjorie Gardens Mystery series. And I haven’t reached the icing on the cake just yet! I couldn’t have enjoyed this feast of writing from my home in Holland without my husband and our daughter—to who I owe thanks for all their patience and compassion when (at times) I bit off more than I could chew! A.E.H. Veenman is a member of Sisters in Crime and the Crime Writers' Association (UK).

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