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Lorna Barrett

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A pseudonym used by Lorraine Bartlett

The immensely popular Booktown Mystery series is what put Lorna Barrett's name on the New York Times Bestseller list, but its her talent -- whether writing as Lorna, or L.L. Bartlett, or Lorraine Bartlett -- that keeps her there. This multi-published, Agatha-nominated author pens the exciting Jeff Resnick Mysteries as well as the acclaimed Victoria Square Mystery series and has many short stories and novellas to her name.

Genres: Cozy Mystery

Agatha Award Best Novel nominee (2009) : Bookplate Special

Lorna Barrett recommends
The Busy Woman's Guide to Murder (2011)
(Charlotte Adams, book 5)
Mary Jane Maffini
"A stellar outing in this wonderful series."
Books Can Be Deceiving (2011)
(Library Lover's Mystery, book 1)
Jenn McKinlay
"A sparkling setting, lovely characters, books, knitting, and chowder... What more could any reader ask?"
The Last Word (2011)
(Books by the Bay Mystery, book 3)
Ellery Adams
"Visit Oyster Bay and you'll long to return again and again."
An Appetite for Murder (2012)
(Key West Food Critic Mystery, book 1)
Lucy Burdette
"Food, fun, and felonies. What more could a reader ask for?"
Dead Ball (2014)
(Lainie Lovett Still Kicking Mysteries, book 1)
Judith Arnold
"Don't miss this mystery, or you'll kick yourself for it!"
Undertaking Irene (2014)
(Jane Delaney Mysteries, book 1)
Pamela Burford
"Bright, smart, and incredibly funny. Undertaking Irene is a delightful laugh-out-loud roller-coaster ride."
Arsenic and Old Books (2015)
(Cat in the Stacks Mystery, book 6)
Miranda James
"Combines a kindhearted librarian hero, family secrets in a sleepy Southern town, and a gentle giant of a cat that will steal your heart."
As Gouda as Dead (2015)
(Cheese Shop Mystery, book 6)
Avery Aames
"Not just Gouda, its great."
A Premonition of Murder (2016)
(Dream Club Mystery, book 3)
Mary Kennedy
"A dream come true for cozy readers everywhere."

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