Agatha, Raymond, Sherlock and…Me: Murder at The Zoo
By Marcia Rosen
Publisher: Genius Book Publishers: Spring, 2022
When she was a young girl, Miranda Scott read dozens of mystery books by authors such as Agatha Christie and Raymond Chandler, and she loved characters like Sherlock Holmes. Then she began hearing their voices in her head suggesting what she should and should not do. 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’s 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.
Marcia Rosen (aka M. Glenda Rosen) is the author of ten books including The Senior Sleuths, the Dying To Be Beautiful Mystery Series and The Gourmet Gangster: Mysteries and Menus (which she wrote with her son Jory Rosen). She is also the 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 and also facilitated numerous writing programs. She continues to work with aspiring author clients, providing manuscript reviews and advising them on book development and marketing, as well as writing articles, appearing on author blogs, and presenting writing programs on Zoom and in person. She was co-presenter of “About Being an Author” for The National Steinbeck Center and is often invited to be a featured speaker and on program panels.