Coffee, a Scone, and a Place to Call Home

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Join Sammy as she explores New Orleans, learns why Libby makes scones instead of beignets, and cements her future in the French Quarter by solving her first mystery.

Coffee, a Scone, and a Place to Call Home is a stand-alone short story, but it’s also a prequel to The Key to Murder. The French Quarter Mystery series features newcomer, Samantha, solving mysteries of the past and present.  The Key to Murder, The Gates to the Afterlife and A Deadly Check-In are available in e-book, paperback, and in KindleUnlimited.

Samantha Richardson loves mysteries, but she never expected to find one in a cafe in the French Quarter. Looking to escape the rain and get a second wind before continuing her apartment search, she stumbles upon Artistic Coffee & Creations. While drinking coffee and eating freshly baked scones, Samantha chats with the owner and learns about The Mystery Painting. Can she solve the mystery and find an apartment all in one day in New Orleans?

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