Tuesday, October 27, 2020

The Corpse Who Knew Too Much A Food Blogger Mystery Book 4 by Debra Sennefelder Genre: Cozy Mystery


  • What do you do to unwind and relax?

There are a few things I love to do to relax. Baking is one of those things. I love reading and it’s a great way to unwind in the evening. I also enjoy exercising. Not only is it a great stress reliever, it helps clear my mind and makes it easier to come up with ideas whether I’m starting a new project or stuck in the middle of a current book. 


  • Describe yourself in 5 words or less!

Determined. Loyal. Curious. Creative.


  • What inspired you to write this book?

My interest in cold cases and podcasts.


  • How did you come up with the concept and characters for the book?

I had an idea of Hope getting caught up in an unsolved mystery. It seemed natural to include a podcast into the story.

  •  Are your characters based off real people or did they all come entirely from your imagination?

No. There might be some traits that I borrowed from some real-life people that I assign to characters but pretty much all the characters are made up. They're not based on any one person. 

  • What book do you think everyone should read?

Great question. One of the most intriguing books I’ve read is Rebecca. I highly recommend that book.

  • Do you prefer to write in silence or with noise? Why?

It depends on what part of the process of working in. While I’m writing the first draft, noise in the background isn’t a distraction. But when I'm editing a silence is much preferred.

  • Pen or typewriter or computer?

Pen and computer. A lot of brainstorming story ideas before I outline is done by hand, usually on a legal pad.  Then I move to my computer for the rest of the writing process.

  •  The advice you would give new authors?

Keep learning the craft, keep writing, and enjoy the process.

The Corpse Who Knew Too Much
A Food Blogger Mystery Book 4
by Debra Sennefelder
Genre: Cozy Mystery

Food blogger Hope Early takes on a cold case that's heating up fast . . .

Building on her recipe for success with her food blog, Hope at Home, Hope is teaching her first blogging class at the local library in Jefferson, Connecticut. She’s also learning about podcasts, including a true-crime one called Search for the Missing, hosted by Hope's childhood friend, Devon Markham. Twenty years ago on Valentine's Day, right here in Jefferson, Devon's mom disappeared and was never found. Finally, Devon has returned to solve the mystery of what happened to her mother—and she asks Hope to help.
The next day Hope discovers Devon's apartment has been ransacked. Her laptop with the research on her mother's cold case is missing, and Devon is nowhere to be found. When her friend's body is later discovered in a car wreck, Hope is convinced it's no accident. Clearly, Devon was too close to the truth, and the cold-blooded killer is still at large in Jefferson. Now it's up to Hope to find the guilty party—before the food blogger herself becomes the next subject of another true-crime podcast . . .
Includes Recipes from Hope’s Kitchen!

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Debra Sennefelder, the author of the Food Blogger Mystery series and the Resale Boutique mystery series, is an avid reader who reads across a range of genres, but mystery fiction is her obsession. Her interest in people and relationships is channeled into her novels against a backdrop of crime and mystery. When she’s not reading, she enjoys cooking and baking and as a former food blogger, she is constantly taking photographs of her food. Yeah, she’s that person.
Born and raised in New York City, she now lives and writes in Connecticut with her family. She’s worked in pre-hospital care, retail and publishing. Her writing companion is her slightly spoiled Shih-Tzus, Connie.

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