MMMMMMM. Chocolate AND a good read!
We’re on the Musa Publishing blog today, sharing an excerpt from our short story, The Demise of Fyne Literature, and a BROWNIE RECIPE! Hop on over there and take a look. Because who can ever get enough chocolate?
Who killed Fyne Literature? The Fictional Book Investigation Agency
is on the case—and the lead investigator is closer to the culprit than he realizes.
The Demise of Fyne Literature
by HL Carpenter
Jane said, “So, we have Ivy League, who loves Fyne Literature. Fyne Literature was murdered by an explosion of serial killer hackwork in a distressingly predictable plot produced by an unknown party or parties.”
“Precisely. Ivy said Fyne had become reclusive over the past few years, hiding on a shelf in the university library, so I thought I would start by interviewing his former friends. Three of them in particular, the ones Ivy said had grown to dislike him intensely.”
“Would they be Booke Publisher, Ima Reeder, and Manny Authors?”
“So you were listening.”
“Are those your only suspects?”
I frowned. “Do you have someone else you think I should consider?”