The Nosey Parker cosy mystery series is finally here! Follow ex-copper turned caterer Jodie 'Nosey' Parker as she returns to her childhood home in Cornwall with her teenage daughter in tow, as she juggles life, love, old friends and new, a slightly dotty mother and an inherited but adorable dog called Germaine. All the while trying (and failing) to keep her nose out of crime...
The ebooks are available worldwide now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo. The paperbacks will be released in April, May and June respectively, and available in all good bookstores. And there's even a large print edition and an Italian translation on their way! Bellissimo!
MURDER ON THE MENU, book one in 'The Nosey Parker Cozy Mysteries', out 15th January 2021
Ex-copper turned caterer Jodie ‘Nosey’ Parker is glad to be back in the Cornish village she calls home. Having quit the Met Police in search of something less dangerous, the change of pace means she can finally start her dream catering company and raise her daughter, Daisy, somewhere safer.
But there’s nothing like having your first job back at home to be catering an ex-boyfriend’s wedding to remind you of just how small your village is. And when the bride, Cheryl, vanishes Jodie is drawn into the investigation, realising that life in the countryside might not be as quaint as she remembers…
Available from all good book stores from 15th January (in ebook) or from 15th April in paperback.
One More Chapter announce three book cozy mystery deal
The news is finally out! I heard back in April but it's now official - I have signed a three book deal with One More Chapter, a digital-first imprint of publishing giant HarperCollins, for a new cosy mystery series set in Cornwall. The first book, 'Murder on the Menu', will be released in January 2021, followed by books two and three in February and March respectively.
The series will follow ex-copper turned caterer Jodie 'Nosey' Parker as she returns to the Cornish seaside town she grew up in with her teenage daughter. There will be love, mystery and lots of laughs, plus a Pomeranian dog called Germaine. What more could you ask for?