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2023 New Year Deal - Mint Juleps and Justice

I love it when my publisher surprises me with an awesome deal on one of my novels!

Mint Juleps and Justice is available in print, hardcover, audio and kindle.

The KINDLE edition is normally $4.99, but right now you can get it for just $1.99.


This was my first attempt at writing a thriller. It's still a small-town romance, but there's a serial killer on the loose and when Brooke thinks her ex is up to no good, she has no idea that the investigator she just hired is on that killers list and she's now in the crosshairs too.


Editorial Review

From the Publisher - Kelli Martin, Acquiring Editor wrote,

I’m a big-city girl through and through. But curled up with Mint Juleps and Justice, I wished I were from a small town. My cozy corner of choice? Adams Grove, Virginia, the heart and soul of Nancy Naigle’s book. What I love most is that the town is a character itself. In Adams Grove, Nancy has created a warm, spirited place where the ladies shop for family BBQs at the Piggly Wiggly as they trade gossip in the aisles. Where sweet-smelling honeysuckle grows on picturesque, winding Old Horseshoe Road. Where the scones at the local bakery are as fresh as the romance. It’s a place where I actually wanted everyone to know my name. The truly special part? Nancy made Adams Grove a town where people can’t help falling in love—including Brooke, who retreats here after her divorce. She crosses paths with Mike, who’s trying to heal his own war-torn heart. They pair up to figure out who’s been lurking around (and snooping inside) Brooke’s home. Once they do, Adams Grove—and their love—becomes a safe haven for the couple, a place of solace and protection that they never expected to find. Even if their neighbors are on the nosy side. Oh, and did I mention the food? It’s the meals in Adams Grove that bring the characters closer—in friendship, in family, and in love. I felt like I was sitting right back in my Grandma Ruby’s kitchen in Alabama, anxiously waiting for her honey-baked ham and buttery cornbread. For her, food was love. And in Adams Grove, with its scandalous goings-on and earnest matchmakers, love is what makes folks live—and delight—in their town for generations. - Kelli Martin, Acquiring Editor


If you fall in love with this story, be sure to grab the next installment, Barbecue & Bad News.

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