The New Year that Almost Wasn't (Diz & Dee Mystery)

The New Year that Almost Wasn't (Diz & Dee Mystery)

by Annie Reed
     
 

Dee always thought Baby New Year was just a clever advertising gimmick—right up until Baby New Year To-Be’s very pregnant mother goes missing. Dee’s none too happy about working on Christmas Eve, but if she and her partner, the impossible to shop for elf Dizzy G, can’t get one very important baby mama to the delivery room on time, there

Overview

Dee always thought Baby New Year was just a clever advertising gimmick—right up until Baby New Year To-Be’s very pregnant mother goes missing. Dee’s none too happy about working on Christmas Eve, but if she and her partner, the impossible to shop for elf Dizzy G, can’t get one very important baby mama to the delivery room on time, there won’t be a new year for anyone to celebrate.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044223066
Publisher:
Thunder Valley Press
Publication date:
12/23/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
211 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Annie Reed is a prolific writer with more than thirty short stories in print under her own name and various pen names.Annie began her fiction career writing Star Trek stories which appeared in the Strange New Worlds anthologies edited by Dean Wesley Smith and Battletech fiction for battlecorps.com. Annie's work has since appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine as well as numerous anthologies published by DAW.Annie's writing has been recognized in the literary arena, where she was awarded a Literary Fellowship in 2004 by the Nevada Arts Council for her speculative fiction story "One Sun, No Waiting," as well as in genre competition when her novel "Pretty Little Horses" was chosen as a finalist in the 2007 Best First Private Eye Novel contest sponsored by St. Martin's Press and the P.I. Writers of America. Annie was also a finalist in the 2004 Lori Foster Novella Contest sponsored by Brava.Annie lives in Northern Nevada with her husband, daughter, and a varying nummber of high-maintenance cats. (Don't writers usually come equipped with cats?)

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