Maggie Without A Clue by Kasey Michaels

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When Maggie Kelly was fired from her job of writing historical romances, she was clever enough to reinvent herself as a mystery author. Soon one of her characters actually comes to life and materializes in Maggie's New York City apartment - a one Viscount Saint Just, who is tall, dark, and handsome, harbouring an accent to die for and charm to spare. Events take on an incredulous - and hilarious - downward spiral for Maggie and Saint Just starting with a frantic phone call from Bernie, Maggie's agent at six o'clock in the morning - problem is, Bernie just woke up next to a dead man, her missing husband no less, and she's can't remember a thing about who, when, or why. Complicating matters is the simple; fact that Bernie's prints all over the murder weapon. With an election coming up, the district attorney is out for blood - Bernie's - and between solving the murder, battling nicotine, fending off feelings for Saint Just, finding out who kidnapped her friend Sterling, and dealing the mob, Maggie has, once again, her hands full.
 

About Kasey Michaels

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Best-selling romance writer, Kathryn Seidick also writes as Kasey Michaels and Michelle Kasey. She has written over sixty titles. They include Maggie Needs An Alibi, Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You, A Masquerade in the Moonlight, The Passion of An Angel and The Kissing Game. Her works have earned her numerous recognitions and awards including a Romance Writer's of America RITA award, a Waldenbook's Bestseller award, and many awards from Romantic Times magazine. In 1995, her title Secrets Of the Heart was named as one of the year's best romances.
 
Published August 1, 2005 by Kensington. 318 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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When Maggie's former lover and current publisher, Kirk Toland, dies after eating a dinner Maggie prepared for him, Maggie is the chief suspect in a very nasty murder mystery for which she can't write the ending.

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New Yorker Maggie Kelly, a former author of Regency romances who now writes historical mysteries, has an unusual house guest, her fictional Regency-era hero, Alexandre Blake, Viscount Saint Just (aka Alex Blakely).

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Romance bestseller Michaels delivers more fantasy and fun in her third witty, well-plotted cozy (after 2003's Maggie by the Book ) to feature Maggie Kelly, a former author of historical romances who now writes historical mysteries.

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Historical mystery writer, Maggie Kelly receives an early morning hysterical phone call from her editor Bernice Toland-James.

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She was doing well writing historical romances but when her sales plummeted she switched genres and is happily writing one historical Regency mystery a year for seven figures.

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