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Kaitlyn Dunnett

A pseudonym used by Kathy Lynn Emerson

Kaitlyn Dynnett writes the Liss MacCrimmon Scottish-American Heritage Mystery Series published by Kensington Books. She also writes under the names Kathy Lynn Emerson and Kate Emerson.

Genres: Cozy Mystery
Liss MacCrimmon Mystery
   1. Kilt Dead (2007)
   2. Scone Cold Dead (2008)
   3. A Wee Christmas Homicide (2009)
   4. The Corpse Wore Tartan (2010)
   5. Scotched (2011)
   6. Bagpipes, Brides and Homicides (2012)
   7. Vampires, Bones and Treacle Scones (2013)
   8. Ho Ho Homicide (2014)
   9. The Scottie Barked at Midnight (2014)
   10. Kilt at the Highland Games (2016)
   11. X Marks the Scot (2017)
   12. Overkilt (2018)
   13. A View to a Kilt (2020)
Deadly Edits
   1. Crime & Punctuation (2018)
   2. Clause & Effect (2019)
   3. A Fatal Fiction (2020)
   4. Murder, She Edited (2021)
Kaitlyn Dunnett recommends
Final Draft (2023)
(Olivia Lively Mystery, book 1)
Shelley Burbank
"Shelley Burbank's Portland, Maine P.I., Liv Lively, is a memorable character, flawed but self-aware, determined to go her own way and, in Final Draft, a champion of the underdog. I'm looking forward to reading more of Liv's forays into crime-solving."
For Whom the Book Tolls (2020)
(Antique Bookshop Mystery, book 1)
Laura Gail Black
"Laura Gail Black's Jenna Quinn stands out in the ranks of cozy sleuths--she comes to a new town freshly acquitted of a murder she didn't commit and walks straight into another crime scene. Add a book store to save from closing and a bevy of interesting secondary characters and you have a first-rate addition to the genre."
Murder's No Votive Confidence (2019)
(Nantucket Candle Maker Mystery, book 1)
Christin Brecher
"A cozy with candles, conspiring couples, and a cat—what could be a better combination? Christin Brecher’s debut mystery has all those and more."
A Dream of Death (2019)
(Kate Hamilton , book 1)
Connie Berry
"Wonderful...the murder mysteries, past and present, are so intricately interwoven that readers won’t be able to stop turning pages until they reach the novel’s very satisfying conclusion."

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