Please contact E. B. Davis at writerswhokill@gmail.com for information on guest blogs and interviews. Interviews for May: (5/4) Linda Norlander, (5/11) Connie Berry, (5/18) Mary Keliikoa, (5/22) Annette Dashofy, and (5/25) Rosalie Spielman.

Sarah E. Burr


Sarah E. Burr lives near New York City. Hailing from the small town of Appleton, Maine, she has been dreaming of being Nancy Drew since she was a little girl.

 There's always murder and mystery in the works for Sarah. #FollowMe for Murder, first in the Trending Topic Mysteries, shines the spotlight on social media influencer Coco Cline after she discovers a dead body in her clients' store. With her rep on the line, Coco is forced to untangle a web of secrets in her beachside hometown before the murder goes viral.

Sarah is also the author of the paranormal cozy mystery You Can't Candle the Truth, first in the Glenmyre Whim Mysteries. Readers are introduced to candle shop owner Hazel Wickbury. Hazel has a secret. She knows when someone is going to die. This power, known as a "whim," helps Hazel uncover a murder in her hometown. Together with her aunt, Hazel aims to shine a light on the killer before they snuff her out.

Sarah's latest Court of Mystery novel, Innocence Imprisoned, features her fearless heroine, Duchess Jacqueline Xavier, first introduced in The Ducal Detective Mysteries. This is the eighth book in the Court of Mystery series.

Sarah is a member of Sisters in Crime, currently serving as the social media guru for the NY-TriState Chapter. When she’s not spinning up stories, Sarah is singing Broadway show tunes, reading up a storm, video gaming, and enjoying walks with her dog, Eevee.

She is represented by Blue Ridge Literary Agency. Explore her writing world at www.saraheburr.com.



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