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Heather Webber

(Heather S Webber)
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aka Heather Blake

Agatha nominated author Heather Webber writes humorous mysteries featuring Ohio landscape designer Nina Quinn, who has a penchant for digging up trouble. Heather lives in southwest Ohio with her husband, three children, adorable hamster and assorted aquarium wildlife. Heather promises that no animals were hurt during the making of her book covers.

Genres: Cozy Mystery, Romantic Suspense, General Fiction, Historical Romance
Non fiction series
Agatha Award Best Novel nominee (2005) : Trouble in Spades
Agatha Award Best Novel nominee (2010) : Truly, Madly

Heather Webber recommends
Bare-Naked Lola (2012)
(Lola Cruz Mystery, book 3)
Melissa Bourbon
"Bare-Naked Lola reveals just how saucy, funny, sizzling and brave P.I. Lola Cruz can be. She is one hot mamacita, and this book is not to be missed! Loved every page of Bare-Naked Lola!"
The Memory Collectors (2021)
Kim Neville
"An old, horrifying crime; objects imprinted with emotions; two women hiding from their dark pasts--The Memory Collectors is thought-provoking and suspenseful, full of haunting secrets, twists, and turns. Kim Neville's beautifully-written debut lays bare the immense power of memories and how they can both hurt us . . . and heal us."
Wildwood Whispers (2021)
(Wildwood , book 1)
Willa Reece
"Willa Reece has perfectly infused magic, suspense, and a love of nature deep into the pages of this novel. Ultimately filled with hope, love, and the power of growth and resilience, Wildwood Whispers is a thought-provoking, memorable debut."
Love & Saffron (2022)
Kim Fay
"The beautifully written Love & Saffron is a delightful recipe of food, friendship, love, and acceptance. Utterly captivating from the first page to the last, Kim Fay has penned a touching, satisfying novel that readers will surely savor for a long time to come. This story will fill your heart, lift your spirit, and feed your soul. I truly didn't want it to end."
The Last Dreamwalker (2022)
Rita Woods
"Thoroughly entrancing and hauntingly mystical. Rita Woods has woven a deeply complex novel where dreams blur reality and old family secrets torment the waking world. Long after it's finished The Last Dreamwalker will linger in your thoughts as you pull its threads apart to examine the vibrant textures a little more closely."

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