Maggie Sefton is the New York Times Bestselling author of the Berkley Prime Crime Knitting Mysteries. UNRAVELED, 9th in the series, made the New York Times Bestselling Hardcover Fiction List after its June 2011 release. UNRAVELED was also Barnes & Noble #4 Bestselling Hardcover Mystery. All of the mysteries in the successful series have been Barnes & Noble Top Ten Bestselling Mysteries.
Publisher¹s Weekly has said about the series, "Readers will enjoy visiting with Kelly and her knitting buddies, who, in their carefree way, resemble the cast of Friends."
Maggie was first published in historical fiction in 1995 with ABILENE GAMBLE, Berkley Jove, under the pen name Margaret Conlan. She had written over a million words of historical romance fiction before she ever wrote the first mystery. DYING TO SELL, with real estate agent sleuth Kate Doyle, was published by Five Star/Tekno Mysteries in 2005.
Maggie Sefton was born and raised in Virginia, and she received her bachelor’s degree in English literature and journalism from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Maggie has been a CPA and a real estate agent in the Rocky Mountain West, but finds nothing can match creating worlds on paper. Mother of four grown daughters, Maggie resides in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado with a bossy Border collie and a playful Blue Tick Hound. Website/Blogs:www.maggiesefton.com, www.cozychicksblog.com, www.killercharacters.com.
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By Maggie Sefton
Published: October 27, 2013.
Living in the war-torn South, beautiful widow Samantha Winchester sells everything, even her wedding ring to give her family hope for a new life out West. Unjustly accused and stripped of his rank during the War, former Union officer Jack Barnett hopes to restore his honor and name by catching an embezzler who's skimming Army coffers. But he can't believe his assistant for the job is a woman!
Dying To Sell
By Maggie Sefton
Published: January 22, 2012.
Real estate agent Kate Doyle knew divorce was messy, but she didn’t expect it to be bloody. Kate agrees to sell the home of old friends who’re locked in a bitter divorce. She’s hoping the upscale house will be an easy sell in the Colorado college town. But her hopes turn to horror when she walks into the lawyer-client’s study to find him brutally murdered—stabbed in the throat.
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