Books by Kathleen Delaney

DRESSED TO KILL  by Kathleen Delaney
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2019

"Not much of a mystery but a charming read, especially for dog lovers."
A Halloween bank robbery by a killer in a clown suit strikes fear into the denizens of a California town. Read full book review >
BLOOD RED, WHITE AND BLUE by Kathleen Delaney
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 2017

"Although the mystery doesn't provide much of a challenge, getting there is half the fun with pleasant company like the heroine, her extended family, and several dogs who are quite definite about whom they like."
An amateur sleuth who finally learns to use a computer discovers that intuition still reigns supreme. Read full book review >
CURTAINS FOR MISS PLYM by Kathleen Delaney
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2016

"Mary and Millie are such engaging characters that the time spent with them makes up for some of the weaknesses in this pleasant cozy."
A retired California schoolteacher and her cocker spaniel help solve several murders. Read full book review >
PUREBRED DEAD by Kathleen Delaney
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 1, 2015

"The many characters imported from Delaney's food-based cozies (And Murder For Dessert, 2007, etc.) are supplemented by plenty of suspects and a charming cast of canines."
The murder of a disgraced veterinarian opens a Pandora's box of iniquities. Read full book review >
AND MURDER FOR DESSERT by Kathleen Delaney
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 1, 2007

"Spotting the killer is easy, but congenial characters make Delaney's debut an enjoyable addition to the cozy scene."
The California wine country is host to fine food, fine wine and a fine murder or two. Read full book review >