June Shaw became a widow with five children before fulfilling her lifelong dream of becoming a novelist. She sold her debut, RELATIVE DANGER, to Five Star/Gale, which published it in hardcover. Deadly Ink nominated the book for its David award for Best Mystery of the Year. Receiving more excellent reviews, KILLER COUSINS is the second book in this series published by Five Star. The third book, DEADLY REUNION, comes out in 2011.
Ms. Shaw lives along a lazy bayou in south Louisiana, happily surrounded by her loved ones.
A contemporary sweet romance clashing the North and South. Rugged plantation owner DANE CANCIENNE knows how to love but anger fuels him since his wife died. A beautiful fast-talking New Yorker arrives on his doorstep with a srange request from an unlikely source. He needs to get her away before his resolve breaks down and makes him want to take another chance on love.
Ami Landry wants out of honors English and to get away from those popular mean girls. Her mom meets a hot dude online. Her dad drinks too much but maybe she can make him a hottie too. Ami's best friend quits talking to her, and her newest good friend likes the boy Ami kisses in the dark gym. Ami is tempted to reach for the vodka she keeps for real emergencies. What's a girl to do?
"Rollicking good fun!" Pulitzer nominated Ken Wells
"Killer Cousins is great!" N.Y. Times bestseller Heather Graham
Spunky widow Cealie Gunther wants to avoid her hunky lover so she can rediscover herself, but he opens Cajun restaurants wherever she travels and she is horrible at avoiding tempting dishes and men. Now she must help a cousin she never got along with--who might be a murderer!
Spunky widowed Cealie Gunther shows up early for her granddaughter Kat's graduation--only to learn graduation might not take place unless a custodian's death--accidental--or murder--is solved. With a deathbed promise to Kat's mother to watch Kat cross the stage for her diploma, Cealie becomes a substitute teacher there and finds fierce students and teachers. And someone aiming for her grandchild.