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GOLDIE SILVER

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GODIVA OLIVIA DUBOIS (AKA G.O.D.)

Last year, the Silver Sisters Mysteries publisher went out of business. Now, after a year of considering a new home, and in answer to all of the fans who asked about new adventures and what would happen to the existing books, the Silver Sisters Mysteries are back in action stronger and better than ever.

The previous adventures of the zany Silver Sister twins, Goldie (the over-the-hill flower child from Alaska who owns an antique shop) and Godiva (the manipulative Beverly Hills widow who writes the “Ask G.O.D. advice to the lovelorn column) return with the release of the new and improved A CORPSE IN THE SOUP.

The Kindle edition was released on May 26, 2014 and will be followed by the paperback by the end of June.

This award-winning book was named Best Mystery Audio Book by USA Book News and introduced readers to the Silver Sisters. Identical on the outside, very different on the inside, the Silver Sister twins launch their own investigation when a famous chef is killed and their friend is the main suspect. Aided and abetted by their feisty 80 year old mother Flossie and Uncle Sterling–former vaudeville magicians who love to dress in disguise and go undercover–the foursome embarks upon a quest to fCorpse Cover-2ind the real killer.

The Kindle edition of A CORPSE IN THE SOUP is now just $2.99. For a zany romp through the glitzy world of TV chefs and their cooking shows peppered with twists and turns and seasoned with a few murders, the new edition of A CORPSE IN THE SOUP delivers a main course of fun, murder, mayhem and the over-the-top Greatest Gourmet Gladiators Tournament.

The new publisher, Marina Publishing Group, redesigned the covers of all the books in the series, and Morgan and Phyllice were able to make a few edits here and there. The paperback edition will be released by the end of June and will be $14.99.

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Goldie receives the wrong shipment of antique Russian samovars (tea dispensers). They sell quickly, but people begin to die. What makes them worth killing for?

The Silver family has no idea of the danger they will be in when they encounter the bumbling but viscous Dumkovsky brothers.

The chase takes them from Juneau, Alaska to Seattle, Washington and finally to Los Angeles.

 

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