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Laura DiSilverio

Laura DiSilverio spent twenty years as an Air Force intelligence officer--serving as a squadron commander in England, English teacher at the Air Force Academy, budgeteer at the National Reconnaissance Officer, POW/MIA researcher in Bangkok, and in other positions--before retiring to write and parent full-time. She lives in Colorado with her hubby, tween-aged daughters (who are teaching her a lot about patience), and Wire-haired Pointing Griffon.

Genres: Cozy Mystery, Young Adult Fantasy, Mystery
Laura DiSilverio recommends
The Semester of Our Discontent (2015)
(Lila Maclean Academic Mystery, book 1)
Cynthia Kuhn
"The best cozy debut I've read this year. An engaging heroine, a college setting that will have you aching to go back to school, and a puzzler of a mystery make this a must-read for cozy lovers."
Elementary, She Read (2017)
(Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery, book 1)
Vicki Delany
"Thoroughly delightful. I defy anyone to read this book and not fall in love with the uber-observant Gemma Doyle. She may or may not be related to Sherlock Holmes’ creator, but she’s certainly kin to his most famous detective. The best new cozy series of the year."
A Murder for the Books (2017)
(Blue Ridge Library Mystery, book 1)
Victoria Gilbert
"This book pulled me in from the first, humorous paragraph. Spunky librarian Amy will delight readers with her wit and research skills as she solves both modern day and historical murders. A captivating cast of secondary characters and a dollop of romance add spice to this promising debut. I can't wait for the next in the series."
Trouble On the Books (2019)
(Castle Bookshop Mystery, book 1)
Essie Lang
"If you like a good mystery with engaging characters, and revel in books or castles (or both!), then you will enjoy this novel."

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