C. C. Harrison

Mystery author C. C. Harrison knew she was going to be a writer when her mother took her to the library for the first time as a child. After that, libraries and bookstores became like home. Since then, she's won national recognition for her suspense novels. Her new book, a cozy, Death by G-String introduces us to the Coyote Canyon Ladies Ukulele Club whose first place win in a folk music competition is jeopardized when their star player is strangled to death with a ukulele G-String. It is a finalist for in the 2018 American Fiction Awards.

"I like writing books set in small towns," says Ms. Harrison, "the kind of small towns people run away to or hide out in. The secrets and the misbehavior there are so much more interesting. I know. I've lived in them."

Ms. Harrison came to the ukulele late in life and fell in love with it instantly. She now owns five ukuleles, two guitars, and two dulcimers. She's made her coffee house debut, and plays at all her book signings. So now she can honestly say she was born to be a rock star but writes books instead.

Ms. Harrison can be found in the desert, the mountains, or some far flung corner of the Southwest.

Book Reviews by C. C. Harrison

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Chick lit fans will adore this fun read.

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How far will someone go to save a marriage?

How far will someone go to have a baby?

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This is a story of truth. But since perception is truth, truth has many versions. In Trust Me, readers sometimes won't be able to tell what is truth and what is not.

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Prolific author Stuart Woods has teamed up with co-author Parnell Hall to write this fast-moving romp of a book, a cross between an old hardboiled '50s black and white crime film and a fast moving

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This is a tale of unorthodox relationships, shifting alliances, and contentious allegations.

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"Be sure to read this book when you don't have to be someplace or can stay up late. An Unwanted Guest will have readers hooked from page one."

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Cecil Younger works as a criminal defense investigator at the Public Defender Agency in Sitka, Alaska.

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This gripping gut-level revenge-fueled psychological suspense from Victoria Helen Stone introduces a narrator you will love to hate. As Jane herself says: