Poisoned Ground won the Daphne du Maurier Award for excellence in mainstream mystery/suspense, announced July 23 in New York City. Congratulations to the other deserving nominees in this category:
Traci Andrighetti for Limoncello Yellow
Carey Baldwin for Judgment
Kylie Brant for 11
Libby Fischer Hellmann for Nobody’s Child
Poisoned Ground received a 5 star review from San Francisco Book Review.
Read my essay from the new Sisters in Crime book Writes of Passage on my blog.
Listen to a free podcast of Sandra Parshall and Sheila Connolly discussing their work at Enoch Pratt Central Library in Baltimore.
Examiner.com lists Poisoned Ground among the 10 best mysteries for book discussion clubs. http://www.examiner.com/list/best-mystery-books-for-book-clubs-2014
Listen to the March 22 interview with Sandra on Suspense Magazine Radio at http://www.suspensemagazine.com/suspenseradio.html.
Read an interview with Sandra in the March issue of The Big Thrill at http://www.thebigthrill.org/2014/02/poisoned-ground-by-sandra-parshall/
Booklist says of Poisoned Ground:
“Rachel is a likable sleuth who displays genuine affection for her neighbors and the animals she treats. Readers will enjoy seeing series regulars appear throughout the story and appreciate a peek at how Rachel and Tom are getting along as newlyweds. A satisfying series addition.”