Dumpster Dicing – The Bunco Biddies Mysteries Book 1
Janie, Ethel, and Betsy Ann live in a 55 plus community called Sunset Acres where they power walk and play Bunco.
Someone diced up and then dumped one of their newest residents—a grouchy loner named Edwin Newman in the commercial dumpster by the Rec. Center.
Did he unpack too much of his dicey past when he moved in last weekend? Janie and the Bunco gals decide they can best interview their neighbors, especially when several notice a mysterious white van. As the widow of a renown large city detective, Janie decides to sleuth further, much to the chagrin of her son-in-law, Blake, who is the current Chief Detective.
About Julie B Cosgrove (Fort Worth, Texas Author)
Freelance writer, award-winning author and professional speaker, Julie B. Cosgrove leads religious retreats, workshops for churches and writer groups, and Bible studies. She writes regularly for Light from the Word, Faith-filled Family Magazine, Thoughts About God, Good News Daily, and The Journey, and is on staff with Campus Crusades of Canada’s Power to Change digital ministry as editor and writer for The Life Project. Their websites help to lead people to know Christ, one mouse click at a time.
Julie has published three Bible studies, a devotional, two inspirational guides, and has twelve faith-based fiction novels published with three more contracted, including two cozy mysteries series, The Bunco Biddies Mysteries and the Relatively Seeking Mysteries. All can be previewed on her website.
Awarded one of the 50 Writers You Should Be Reading by the Author’s Show in 2015 and 2016, and Best Religious Fiction 2016, Best Cozy Mystery 2017 by Texas Ass’n of Authors, Julie was also an INSPY semi-finalist and a Grace Awards Finalist in 2016. She is a member the American Christian Fiction Writers, Advanced Writers and Speakers Association, and the Christian Authors’ Network. She achieved the highest public speaking level in Toastmasters International, the Advanced Communication Gold, in 2015.
Julie is widowed and lives in Fort Worth, Texas where she is involved in mission funding, women’s ministries, and the servant to two house cats. She is a murder mystery aficionado—especially British ones—and loves word games.
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