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For Immediate Release:​


An Agatha, Raymond, Sherlock, and Me Mystery


Murder at the Zoo


Marcia Rosen


After a body is tossed into the lions’ habitat at the zoo where she is the senior

veterinarian, Miranda and Detective Bryan Anderson find themselves investigating

several murders and dealing with a group of bad guys, while gangster friends of her

father are trying to protect her. Plus, Miranda and Bryan alternate between flirting and

fighting off romantic feelings. Murder seems to keep getting in their way!

A clever, intriguing, and gripping new cozy mystery filled with exciting twists and turns,

bizarre murders and fascinating characters, including several dead authors who seem to

speak to Veterinarian, Miranda Scott. A fan since childhood of Agatha Christie,

Raymond Chandler, and Sherlock Holmes their voices seem to live in her head frequently

telling her what to do…and not do. Especially when it comes to solving

mysteries.Murders, deceit, revenge, a gangster father and godfather also often get in the

way of a fine romance!  Agatha, Raymond, Sherlock, and Me: Murder At The Zoo,

published March 14, 2023 by Artemesia Publishing, (

Marcia Rosen (aka M. Glenda Rosen) is an award-winning author of eleven books

including The Senior Sleuths and Dying To Be Beautiful Mystery Series and The Gourmet

Gangster: Mysteries and Menus (Menus by her son Jory Rosen). She is also author

of The Woman’s Business Therapist and award-winning My Memoir Workbook. For 25

years she was owner of a successful national marketing and public relations agency.

Marcia has frequently been a speaker and/or program moderator at organization meetings

and conferences, bookstores, libraries, and Zoom presentations. Topics she has taught

and presented over the past twenty years include: Encouraging the Writer Within You,

Marketing for Authors, Writing Mysteries…Not A Mystery, Writing Your Memoir and

recently “Anatomy of Writing A Murder.” Many articles on these topics have been

published on mystery reader blogs and in newsletters and magazines including “Mystery

Scene Magazine” and “Mystery Reader International Journal.”


She is a member of Sisters in Crime National and New Mexico (Croak & Dagger),

Southwest Writers, Women Writing the West, Public Safety Writer’s Association, and

National Association of Independent Writers and Editors—for which she is also a board


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