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It’s Published!

Posted Sep 3 2019

As of Tuesday, September 3, Molten Mud Murder is PUBLISHED and available in bookstores and Amazon. SO EXCITING! Read all about it at Lesa Holstein’s book blog, and read a little about me in her author interview.  

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September 3 Release

Posted Aug 28 2019

Molten Mud Murder comes out in less than two weeks! I asked my fabulous Poisoned Pen Press publicist Michael how many ARCs (advanced reader copies) he has sent out. Here is his response: “Sara, our standard list runs at about 55 outlets, which is a combination of major newspapers around the country, the trade press, […]

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Drury Lane Books, Grand Marais, MN

Posted Aug 8 2019

I fell in love with this bookstore while Forrest and I spent two weeks on the North Shore of Minnesota. Drury Lane Books sits half a block from icy Lake Superior.

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Rotorua and Kaituna River

Posted Mar 6 2019

The frothy Kaituna River, North Island  That’s us – about to disappear. Alexa Glock, the main character in my mystery series,  rents a cottage on the banks of this river that my husband and I survived rafting in 2014. Here’s a Rotorua thermal park:   Otherworldly, don’t you agree? Below is the mud pot that […]

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Rafting the Kaituna

Posted Mar 9 2014

The Kaituna River is a beautiful green blue tumble through a fern-lined gorge in the North Island’s Rotorua area. During our 2014 visit there, Forrest talked me into river rafting, even though the course included the largest commercially rafted waterfall in the world. (I did not know that just one day earlier a rafting tourist […]

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Bottom of New Zealand!

Posted Feb 2 2014

Stewart Island, the location of the second mystery in the Alexa Glock series, is hard to reach – even if you’re already in New Zealand. When we tried in 2014, our ferry from Bluff was canceled twice due to extreme weather in Foveaux Strait. The 2:00 ferry was a ‘go’ but what a rollicking roller […]

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