"You'll fall in love with this delightful debut mystery." --Victoria Thompson, bestselling author of Murder in Morningside Heights The Silver Bear Shop and Factory might be the cutest place around, but there's nothing warm and fuzzy about murder . . . As manager of the family teddy bear shop and factory, thirty-one-year-old Sasha Silverman leads a charmed life. Well, except for the part about being a single divorcee with a ticking biological clock in small-town Silver Hollow. And that's just kid's stuff compared to Will Taylor, the sales rep who's set on making drastic changes to the business her parents built from scratch--with or without Sasha's approval . . . But before Will digs his claws in, someone pulls the stuffing out of his plan . . . and leaves his dead body inside the factory. Reeling from shock, Sasha's hit with more bad news--police suspect her hot-tempered Uncle Ross may have murdered him. Sasha knows her uncle would never do such a thing, and she's launching her own little investigation to expose the truth. As she tracks Will's biggest rivals and enemies for clues, Sasha can't get too comfy--or she'll become the next plaything for a killer . . . "A twisty mystery tale with a likable protagonist and a colorful supporting cast. Sure to be a very enjoyable series "--Livia J. Washburn, bestselling author of Black and Blueberry Die "Cute and cuddly on the outside, murder and mayhem on the inside--I love this book Totally adorable."--Duffy Brown, bestselling author of Braking for Bodies
About the Author
Meg Macy is an award-winning author and artist. She writes several genres, sometimes blended, using different pseudonyms. She is one-half of the writing team of D.E. Ireland, authors of the Eliza and Henry Higgins Mystery series (St. Martin/Minotaur), the first of which, Wouldn't It Be Deadly, was nominated for a 2014 Agatha Award. Her first book, Double Crossing (writing as Meg Mims), won the 2012 Spur Award for Best First Novel from the Western Writers of America and was named a Finalist in the Best Books of 2012 from USA Book News for Fiction: Western. Two of her contemporary romance novellas were Amazon Kindle bestsellers. Born and raised in Michigan, Meg lives with her husband, a "Make My Day" white Malti-poo, and a rescue Lhasa Apso. Her artistic work is in watercolor, acrylic, and pen/ink media. She loves classic movies, cartoon strips, clocks, and cookies. Visit the author online at megmacy.com, Facebook.com/MegMacyTeddyBearCozies/, twitter.com/megmims, and pinterest.com/meg_macy.