Jenn McKinlay

Jenn McKinlay began her writing career with romance novels.

However, she found that she enjoyed writing mystery more than romance.

Her main focus in life is her family.

She has written multiple mystery series, three of which have been on the New York Times Bestseller List.

McKinlay resides in Arizona, where she writes her novels, and she says there are more to come.

Bibliography

Library Lover’s Mysteries:
On Borrowed Time (2014)
Read It and Weep (2013)
Book, Line, and Sinker (2012)
Due or Die (2012)
Books Can Be Deceiving (2011)

Cupcake Mysteries:
Dark Chocolate Demise (2015)
Sugar and Iced (2014)
Going, Going, Ganache (2013)
Red Velvet Revenge (2012)
Death by the Dozen (2011)
Buttercream Bump Off (2011)
Sprinkle with Murder (2010)

London Hat Shop Mysteries:
At the Drop of a Hat (2015)
Death of a Mad Hatter (2014)
Cloche and Dagger (2013)

Good Buy Girls Mysteries, writing as Josie Belle:
All Sales Final (2015)
Marked Down for Murder (2014)
Buried in Bargains (2013)
A Deal to Die For (2012)
50% Off Murder (2012)

Decoupage Mysteries, writing as Lucy Lawrence:
Sealed with a Kill (2011)
Cut to the Corpse (2010)
Stuck on Murder (2009)

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