CAT HAIKU by Lucy Burdette, in honor of Yoda on Cat Week! White whiskers on gray Purr box sputtering to life What else but Cat Week LUCY BURDETTE: You might reasonably ask, what the heck was Cat Week? And why was it happening at Mystery Lovers Kitchen? Cats are smart and secretive and mysterious and [...]
Buy the Books
MURDER WITH GANACHE hit bookshelves on February 4. You can buy it wherever books are sold, but here are some easy links:
TOPPED CHEF was published in May 2013. Isn’t the artwork amazing? Here are some ways to order:
There are many ways to buy the first Key West food critic mystery…Please pick your poison!
And all other bookstores and e-bookstores–just search for AN APPETITE FOR MURDER!
Here is the stunning cover for the second food critic mystery, DEATH IN FOUR COURSES.
It’s available from all the usual suspects:
Posted on November 17, 2014 - by Lucy
LUCY BURDETTE: After I describe what I’ve been up to, you might wonder that I’ve written anything in the last two months. As you know by now, DEATH WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS will be published on December 2. (Pre-order link right here!) The modern way to publicize a new book, especially a cozy mystery, seems [...]
Posted on October 30, 2014 - by Lucy
People have funny ideas about the life of a writer–imagining clamoring throngs of readers, enormous checks, and movie deals. But like many writers, I call myself “midlist.” That means I’m delighted to have a contract for sure, but still toil away in the trenches, hoping to spread the word about my books. So honestly every [...]
Chicken and Dumplings in Tomatillo Sauce When I’m looking over recipes, I seem to vacillate between garden vegetables to decadent cakes, with comfort food in between. Now that I’m headed toward the launch of DEATH WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS, I’m in the comfort food phase. If you happen to have some frozen green tomatillo [...]
Blog by Dr. Rebecca Butterman from Roberta Isleib’s (aka Lucy Burdette’s) advice column mysteries My name is Dr. Rebecca Butterman. I’m a psychologist and I also write an advice column for the brokenhearted readers of Bloom! magazine. Family dysfunction? I know about this both professionally and personally LOL. And don’t you find that the holiday [...]