Texas-Sized Mysteries – Sweet Promise Press


Murder at the Mission

Murder at the Mission

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Series: Texas-Sized Mysteries, Book 1
Genre: Cozy Mysteries
Past and present collide in this tale of parallel mysteries. Read FREE in Kindle Unlimited!
Norah Sewell knows she should face her friend's substance abuse, but instead distracts herself by writing the story of her great-grandparents' sleuthing adventures. As she becomes caught up in the tales of the past, the present begins to overlap.
When a real-life mystery could lead to Norah discovering the truth behind her friend's addiction, the pieces fall into place. Can she find the true culprit in time to prevent anyone else from becoming a victim?
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Murder and a Texas Brisket

Murder and a Texas Brisket

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Series: Texas-Sized Mysteries, Book 2
Genre: Cozy Mysteries
Judging a Texas BBQ competition can be deadly. Read FREE in Kindle Unlimited!
Beatrice O'Rourke and her eccentric friend Marlin plan a Texas getaway to attend a brisket cooking competition. They no sooner arrive when they learn that, just like the song says, everything in the Lone Star State is big and bright, including murder plots!
When one of the judges turns up dead, it's up to the southern, sassy Beatrice to find the clues and put them together. Can she do it before she and Marlin become the next item on the killer's menu?
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The best career advice I've ever received? “Read obsessively. Write furiously. Edit carefully.”

Pamela Martin

Who​ would have guessed, all those years ago, that Pamela Martin would someday be able to say, "I am a writer!"? Pam grew up an Air Force brat, which gave her the foundation to write creative stories – she saw a lot of new places and met quite a few "characters" along the way. Those are still cherished memories, and they  taught important life lessons -- flexibility, acceptance, respect, patriotism.

After graduating with a BAT from Sam Houston State University, Pam began my career as a teacher, starting out in first grade and, eventually, moving all the way to middle school and high school. Throughout that part of her working life, Pam wrote the occasional press release, many curriculum units, and related classroom materials, but writing was a sideline until about 2008, when she took a step past the light and became a freelance writer. Hundreds of articles, product descriptions and blog posts later, she found the opportunity to write fiction, what turned out to be her true career love!

Murder at the Mission

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