The Silver Six are known for their arts and crafts—but they’re about to be tested in the art of catching a crafty killer.
It’s early October, time for the Fall Folk Art Festival and Bake Sale in Lilyvale, Arkansas. Leslee Stanton Nix, known as “Nixy,” is in charge of making the event run smoothly. The festival will benefit the Handcraft Emporium, the store Nixy manages with her aunt and her five sassy housemates, collectively known as the Silver Six. Delicious baked goods, beautiful crafts, and time with friends—Nixy is confident that the festival will be a success.
But things become knotty when local troublemaker Cornell Lewis is found dead with a plate of Snickerdoodles from the bake sale. Two members of the Silver Six are accused of cooking up a murder plot, but Nixy knows that the cookies weren’t literally to die for. With time running out, Nixy and company must catch the actual killer… before the Silver Six find their number permanently reduced to four.
About the Author
Nancy Haddock is an award-winning and national bestselling author of mystery romance who also writes cozy mystery. Basket Case and Paint the Town Dead are the first books in the Silver Six Crafting mysteries released by Berkley Prime Crime. A Crime of Poison will release in December, 2017.
Her earlier books, also with Berkley, are La Vida Vampire, Last Vampire Standing, and Always The Vampire. These books feature Cesca, aka Gidget with fangs, and are set in Haddock’s current hometown, St. Augustine, FL. She also contributed the St. Augustine-set short story “Medium Rare” to both the paranormal romance anthology Entangled and the boxed set Entranced.
Nancy draws on historic wealth, southern culture, and the plain old quirkiness of places for her books. A former speech pathologist and high school teacher in Oklahoma and Texas, Nancy now writes full-time. She lives with her husband and rescue dog Baron.
Review of A Crime of Potion
Review (4.5 Stars): This is the third book in this delightful mystery series and you are bound to have a good time with the Silver Six. A Crime of Potion was a well-written charming mystery and Nixy is a great heroine that will keep everyone on their toes. I loved getting backstory about how the victim affected many of the Silver Six and that there was no shortage of suspects who may have wanted to kill this horrible man. I loved following the clues along with Nixy and her sexy beau, Eric and this mystery was definitely a winner for me. Looking forward to reading book number four to see what trouble these wonderful characters find themselves in next.