Ann Charles’ Books on Goodread...

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Ann Charles’ Books on Goodreads Ann Charles’ books on Goodreads Nearly Departed in Deadwood (Deadwood, #1) reviews: 446ratings: 3022 (avg rating 3.97)   Optical Delusions in Deadwood (Deadwood, #2) reviews: 195ratings: 2112 (avg rating 4.12)   Dead Case in Deadwood (Deadwood, #3) reviews: 151ratings: 1847 (avg rating 4.12)   Better Off Dead in Deadwood (Deadwood, #4) reviews:...
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Red Reviews by Nikki Devitt for Bett...

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Red Reviews by Nikki Devitt for Better Off Dead in Deadwood Red Book Review for Better Off Dead in Deadwood by Ann Charles “Violet Parker is BACK and better than ever!” “Sit back, relax, and pour yourself a stiff drink as you indulge in the fourth book in the Deadwood Mystery series. Because Ann Charles will once a gain fill your world with the unique antics and thrills you can only find with Violet and the Deadwood...
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Happy 2015! New Book! Look What th...

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Happy 2015!  New Book!  Look What the Wind Blew In Happy 2015! I hope you win the lottery this year or at least come across a shiny quarter just waiting to be picked up and pocketed. NEW BOOK ALERT! Get out your purple cigars because I have a new book coming out on January 30, 2015 called LOOK WHAT THE WIND BLEW IN. Yee haw! This is the first in the new Dig Site Mystery series and stars Violet Parker’s brother, Quint...
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Creating a Genre of Her Own

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Creating a Genre of Her Own Publisher Weekly says  ~ Ann Charles writes books with an even balance of mystery, romance, and dark humor Ann Charles’s books don’t sell very well during the holidays. “My covers have bloody weapons on them, and shriveled-up hands, doll eyeballs, and weird things—I tank at Christmas,” says the self-published author of the two mystery-romance series Deadwood and...
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Nearly Departed in Deadwood Availabl...

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Nearly Departed in Deadwood Available as an Audiobook How would you like to be with Violet Parker anytime, anywhere?  You can now purchase the audio addition to the first book in the Deadwood Series: Nearly Departed In Deadwood on Downpour.  Click on the Downpour logo to listen to a sample and purchase your own unabridged copy of Nearly Departed in Deadwood read by Caroline Shaffer. and Amazon...
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Ann and Deadwood on Jeopardy!

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Ann and Deadwood on Jeopardy! Alex Trebek and Jeopardy feature Ann’s Deadwood Series in the “Page Turner” category on May 17Th 2012.  
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Rowdy Fun Coming Your Way!

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Rowdy Fun Coming Your Way! Welcome to Jackrabbit Junction (… well, sort of) As the release of the 4th book in my Jackrabbit Junction Mystery series draws near (January 31, 2016), I thought it would be fun to share some of the pictures I’ve taken in southeastern Arizona where the fictional town of Jackrabbit Junction is set. These pictures were taken in the spring. They give you an idea of the...
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MEANWHILE, BACK IN DEADWOOD

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MEANWHILE, BACK IN DEADWOOD ♦ Meanwhile, Back in Deadwood (Book 6) ♦ E-BOOK available July 31, 2015 at Amazon, B&N, Kobo, and Apple; PRINTED book available August 7, 2015 Meanwhile, Back in Deadwood … The mystery and mayhem continue. Between the butchered body parts, creepy killers, dogged detectives, ghoulish ghosts, and ever-present TV cameras, Violet Parker’s purple boots are itching...
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FOLLOW Ann and her characters on Pin...

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Featured Audio Sample Of Nearly Depa...

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Nikki Devitt from Red Book Reviews performs a Featured Audio Sample of Nearly Departed in Deadwood. Click here to Listen!   ...
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Goldwash Mystery Coming Soon

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Goldwash Mystery Coming Soon Coming this month, the short winter story that started the whole Goldwash Mystery series in my head (the first of which I plan to write later this year). Some of you have already read this short story while it was part of the Save Me, Santa collection. Others have not. This re-published single short story will have a few CS Kunkle illustrations included. Stay tuned for more...
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Book Talk and Hot Tubs at Moonlight,...

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Book Talk and Hot Tubs at Moonlight, Lace, and Mayhem Moonlight, Lace, and Mayhem Mystery Isle interviewed me each Thursday in January, which was very cool of them!! Stop over and check them out when you have some spare time that you’d normally blow on gaming, staring aimlessly at the television, or surfing inappropriate websites. What’s in it for you? My undying love and adoration to start with. ♥ Ann Part 1: ...
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My Interview over at Writing Horses ...

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My Interview over at Writing Horses Blog February 19, 2011: Hanging out with my friend, Susan Schreyer, at her Writing Horses blog. Do I write about horses? No, but I often say, “I’m so hungry I could eat a horse.” Susan writes wonderful mysteries that include horses. You should read them. Here is the start of her interview of me: “Today I’m welcoming 2010 Daphne Du Maurier Award...
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Ann at Killer Fiction

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Ann at Killer Fiction Thanks to Diane “Killer” Kelly at Killer Fiction for inviting me over for the day. Here’s the link: http://killerfictionwriters.blogspot.com/2011/03/i-want-to-be-cowgirl-by-guest-blogger.html
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