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The Latest Mystery and Suspense Reviews




Deros by John A. Vanek




Ring in the Year With Murder by Auralee Wallace



We've had a wonderful year and it's all because of you. We'd would like to thank all of our readers, authors, publishers, and fans. Thank you! As a gift for your precious loyalty and greatness, we'd like to give you the 2017 holiday issue. You may share the PDF copy as much as you'd like.

What's inside the Affaire de Coeur Holiday Issue!

Meet Tom Corson-Knowles, Author, Publisher, and so much more 
Spotlight On Kate Angell 
Spotlight On Deborah Camp 
Debra Parmley's Cover Model Corner Featuring David Russo 
Articles: Promoting Your Book With or Without a Publisher 
"I Make Birdhouses" by Judith Hill
The Magic of the Season 
Review, Reviews and More Reviews


The Latest Books and Reviews From Our Favorite Authors

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Authors, Share Your Book with Millions of Readers

Mystery and Suspense novels tend to go hand-in-hand, but one can be without the other. Defining a mystery and suspense goes back for several generations. A traditional mystery, who-done-it, the reader doesn't know the villain until the very end. Although, there are some authors who have skillfully combined the two, as well as adding a thriller to the story. 

Mystery/Suspense Subgenres:

Paranormal: Paranormal activities in mystery/suspense novels tend to be a favorite among many readers and authors.

Romance: Nicknamed Cozies, the romance mystery has slowly become a must read, in demand novel for those who read romance novels.

Sagas: Most mystery/suspense series tend to run around one main character who solves multiple mysteries and/or crimes. Sagas are not usually stand-alone books.


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