Pippa’s back! It’s almost time for The QWERTY Murders

I’m fairly convinced that I’ve mentioned at least once that I have a new Pippa Parker book coming out…however, I don’t think I’ve written an actual post about it! So here it is!

Behold Pippa Parker book 5, The QWERTY Murders, which is available to preorder now and launching next Tuesday, November 12! It’s $2.99/£2.99 in ebook (and also available to read for free if you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber), and $9.99/£6.99 in paperback.

This case is probably Pippa’s most complicated to date – you’ll note that ‘murders’ is plural – and it was a LOT of fun to write!

Here’s the blurb:

A wedding and … how many funerals?

Pippa Parker has decided that crime doesn’t pay – solving it, that is. She’s happily retired from detection, and busy juggling her events business with school and playgroup.

But when a dying journalist phones Pippa, she has no choice but to get involved.

It should be an easy case, since the murder took place at the offices of the Gadcester Chronicle. But everyone with a motive has an alibi. And when a near-miss happens days later, and a linked clue is left at the scene, Pippa and the police realise they may have a serial killer on their hands.

Can Pippa stop the QWERTY Murders? And can she also organise Lila’s wedding, keep Serendipity’s family in check, and stay on the right side of Freddie’s teacher?

The QWERTY Murders is the fifth book in the Pippa Parker cozy mystery series, set in and around the English village of Much Gadding.

If you do pick up a copy, I hope you enjoy it!

Check out the book on Amazon

Add The QWERTY Murders to your Goodreads to-read list

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