Pub Date 07 Jan 2019
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One of Lacy's beaus has a bow. Unlike Cupid, his arrows kill. There's more than romance in the air this Valentine's Day!
Running from Arrows is the fun, twist-filled, romantic cozy mystery romp you've been waiting for!
Valentine's Day is coming up and Lacy is single. If that's not bad enough, she has a secret admirer. Is it the compassionate,haunted detective, the ruggedly handsome businessman, the suave maître de, the guy in her running group who likes to stare, or maybe someone who's not on her radar? She'll find out soon enough because he's invited her to dinner. Now the question isn't how long Lacy will remain single but how long she'll remain alive.
During the Sweetheart Run through the town of Cedar Mill a fellow runner is murdered and a notorious burglar called the Black Cat is found dead with an arrow sticking out of him. Somehow these strange murders are connected to the ladies of Run For It - Lacy the divorcee, Stax the quirky bookseller, and Ruby the old-time mystery novelist. They're back in a race against time to catch an invisible killer and exonerate an innocent man!
If you love a delicious mystery dripping with romance, humor, and chills - and a Valentine's Day dinner no reader will ever forget - then buy Running from Arrows now and run it right to the top of your TBR pile!
You'll want to tell all your friends about Running from Arrows, but whatever you do, DON'T TELL THE SECRET OF THE SECRET ADMIRER.
Running from Arrows is part two in a series but can be read as a stand-alone.
Praise for Running from Scissors (A Running Store Mystery Book 1) by T.C.Wescott
"This is a modern cozy version of a classic whodunit.There are plenty of suspects and motives. The final reveal is better than anyPerry Mason." - GranJan
"I loved the characters! The author took the recipe ofthose clever stories of simple times, of mysteries of the Golden Age, and putit all in a modern small-town setting. At first I thought this is a weirdconcept but it worked so well!" Swift Coffee Book Blog
"This isa fun, 'cozy' mystery, populated with a terrific cast of characters that makesfor a delightfully entertaining read - a promise of a series of escapades thatshould be very popular! Recommended." - Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame, Top 50Reviewer
"Delightfulfrom the first sentence, Running fromScissors should be on any Whodunnit fan's reading list. The setting is asmall town with quirky characters who are well thought out and fully developed.The plot is fun with just the right amount of foreshadowing, and the story isvery true to the genre without being too formulaic. Entertaining from start tofinish, I am happy to see that this will be the first of a series. Eagerlyawaiting more!" - Purple
"Brilliant.If you love Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, Margery Allingham or any of thewriters from the Golden Age of crime, you are in for a treat. A fantasticclever plot that will keep you guessing until the end. And the characters aresuperb." - Krystyna
"Thisbook by author T.C. Wescott, the first in the A Running Store Mystery series, will take the reader on amysterious adventure as they work to help figure out what exactly happened to arunner who disappeared one day. If you enjoy cozy mysteries, you'll definitelywant to check out this book. It's fun, suspenseful, and filled with greatcharacters." - Rachel Kester.
"The characters werefunny and memorable. There were several moments that had me laughing, one ofwhich corresponded with me drinking water and nearly resulted in disaster. Ihighly recommend this and look forward to future installments of the series!" -equip14
"The whodunnit, thewhydunnit, and the howdunnit were the stuff of legends! I liked thenarration. This was a murder mystery but it had a lightness to it that thenarrator captured very well." - Dee
"Mind boggling! Thisone keep blowing my mind because it was freaking awesome. It built up sonicely, and It didn't give me a chance of a guess of the murderer's identity.Natalie Naudus was perfection narrating it! I couldn't get over it and I keptgoing back and forth changing my mind on 'who done it.' Brilliant!" - Virginia