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Jo Cassie McRae

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Joe Cassie McRae is a native Texan who has lived near Austin on the edge of the Texas Hill country for over 30 years. In addition to writing, McRae loves to read, garden, and cook. Like Kate Atherton (The Light Catcher Murders), McRae’s bookshelves overflow with history books, biographies, historical fiction, and mystery novels. Unlike Kate, McRae does not have a mysterious, secret former career, having worked instead as a rather ordinary legal assistant at an Austin law firm.


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Jo Cassie McRae For me personally, the best thing is the act of creation. Some people create in paint, in clay, in the kitchen, etc. For me, it is words on paper.
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I noticed on Amazon that The Light Catcher Murders is doing well in the “Women’s Friendship Fiction” category. I’m not sure what that means—aside from the fact that there must not be very many entries in that category! If that’s the case, then HOW ODD.

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The Light Catcher Murders by Jo Cassie McRae
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This was an enjoyable story in the style of Agatha Christie. Lots of action and three murders. What more could a mystery lover look for. The characters are very believable and it takes place in the a small town near modern day Austin, T" Read more of this review »
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"Set in a small Texas town, this mystery introduces Kate Atherton, a retiree, and her husband (also retired). It soon becomes obvious that both have military training, though the exact nature of Kate’s past position remains a mystery in itself. But sh" Read more of this review »
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"The excellent start for a new cozy series. It's highly entertaining and engrossing.
I liked the well thought cast of characters, the plot, and the solid mystery that kept me guessing.
I can't wait to read the next installment.
Highly recommended.
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A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
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The genre isn't generally my cup of tea, but I really enjoyed this book and the entire series. ...more
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The Ghost and Mrs. McClure by Alice Kimberly
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The Ghost and Mrs. McClure, along with the subsequent books in the Haunted Bookshop Mystery series, was my introduction to cozy mysteries. I've read a number of other series since then, and still feel this is one of the best. If you've been turning y ...more
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