“Spackled and Spooked” hit #5 on Barnes and Noble’s bestseller lists this week. That’s up six places from last year, when “Fatal Fixer-Upper” hit #11. We’ve not only broken into the Top 10, but the Top 5!
Here it is, from the tower at Barnes and Noble in Hendersonville, Tennessee, where the fine folks were happy to have me sign stock last week. Notice the stellar company I’m keeping. And notice especially the cover of “Sew Deadly,” across and two spaces down from “Spackled and Spooked,” in the lower right hand corner of the picture
“Sew Deadly” was written by my fellow Good Girl and Berkley Babe, Laura Bradford, AKA Elizabeth Lynn Casey, and it was released on the same day as “Spackled and Spooked.” It’s the first in the Southern Sewing Circle mysteries, also from Berkley Prime Crime. Best of luck to Laura/Elizabeth Lynn on her release!
So there you have it. And if you were among the many nice people who bought “Spackled and Spooked” at a Barnes and Noble near you in the past week, thanks for your help in making my book a best seller! I couldn’t be happier!