Recipe for Killing
Book 2 now available!
After solving the first murder to occur in her small town in over fifty years, all amateur sleuth and café owner, Shawna Taylor, wanted to do was help her recipe club prepare for Bisbee, Arizona’s chocolate extravaganza. But, as fate would have it, after a round of taste-testing heavenly desserts, one club member drops dead.
Praise for Debbie’s Writing
“The characters were down-to-earth, relatable and charismatic and the storyline well-written, plausible, engaging and fun.”
“The storyline warmed your heart with characters who had depth and touched you on an emotional level.”
Debbie Ries is an award-winning, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author who grew up on a ranch in southeastern Arizona and has written over one hundred published novels and novellas. She delights in creating stories of suspense, love, and redemption with characters and worlds her readers can get lost in. Debbie and her husband live with their two dogs in Arizona where she enjoys going on long walks, traveling around the world, and searching for her next adventure and new ideas, as well as hand embroidering crazy quilts and listening to audiobooks.
The real life Bisbee, Arizona is the inspiration for the series’ location. Debbie’s hometown is an old copper mining town nestled in Tombstone Canyon where homes cling to the mountainsides like bighorn sheep. Once called Little San Francisco, Bisbee was the biggest town between St. Louis and San Francisco during the copper boom over the turn of the 20th century. Both of her grandfathers worked in the Copper Queen Mine, and as a young child, her mom once lived where the Lavender Pit is today. Today the town is home to a population of just over 5,000 people, and it is a tourist town and artist’s community. For a small town, there’s always something interesting going on in Bisbee.