Running on Empty

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Severn House, 2011 - Fiction - 201 pages
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The first in a new series by the author of the 'Maggy Thorsen' mysteries - Life on Sutherton's Main Street has always been inexplicably hazardous. Like the student who bet he could paddle a beer-filled ice chest across the lake. And lost. Not to mention the occasional tourist who wandered into the mountains, never to wander back out. But the day Daisy Griggs siphoned three pints of blood from poor Mrs Bradenham seemed to set a new standard. Now more and more people are dying and unless Daisy's daughter can figure out why, her mother may be next.

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About the author (2011)

Sandra Balzo is an award-winning author of crime fiction, including two cozy mystery lists published by Severn House. She turned to mystery writing after twenty years in corporate public relations, event management, and publicity. Her Maggy Thorsen Mystery Series is a bout a female coffee shop owner in Wisconsin. "To the Last Drop" (2016) is the latest in that series. "The Importance of Being Urnest" is being released in December 2017. "Hit and Run" (2014) is the latest in her Main Street Murder series, set in a popular resort vacation destination in North Carolina. Her novels have been nominated for both Anthony and Macavity awards and have received starred reviews from Kirkus and Booklist. In addition to her books, Sandra has written short stories, two which have won the Macavity, Derringer, and Robert L. Fish awards Sandra has run publicity for three World Mystery Conventions, as well as the International Association of Crime Writers. She has served as a national board member of Mystery Writers of America.

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