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Susan is the USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author of the Lily Gayle Lambert Mystery Series and a contributing author to the Brotherhood Protectors World.

A lifelong long love of all things mysterious led Susan to write cozy mysteries. Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden were the first to show her that girls can be crime solvers. Agatha Christie showed her that even small towns have big secrets. And Phryne Fisher showed her lady detectives can be outrageously individual. She lives in Mississippi with her rescue mini dachshund, Lucy, and her rescue cat of no particular breed, Zimba. She currently writes the Lily Gayle Lambert mystery series set in the fictional town of Mercy, Mississippi featuring a multi-generational cast of female s
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Susan Boles Hi Paula! Thank you for stopping by to chat. My favorite part of writing Death of a Wolfman was Miss Edna. I love all the characters but it was so muc…moreHi Paula! Thank you for stopping by to chat. My favorite part of writing Death of a Wolfman was Miss Edna. I love all the characters but it was so much fun to write this crotchety, busybody, smart mouth old woman. I can see Lily Gayle being just like Miss Edna some day. They have a lot of similarities about them. (less)
Susan Boles I started writing short stories in junior high school with two friends and added poetry to the mix in high school. It gave me a good feeling to comple…moreI started writing short stories in junior high school with two friends and added poetry to the mix in high school. It gave me a good feeling to complete stories and poems and that feeling persists today.(less)
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Death At The Midnight Dragonfly



A Lily Gayle Lambert Mystery, Book #3



Susan Boyles



5 Stars



36523180Synopsis:



On the fourth day of Christmas,



In Mercy, Mississippi….





Four suspects lying,



Three sleuths a sleuthing



Two clues a hiding



And a very, very dead body.





It’s the Christmas season in Mercy, Mississippi. But things are f

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