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Tracy Weber

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in Billings, MT, The United States
June 05

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Tracy Weber is the author of the award-winning Downward Dog Mysteries series featuring yoga teacher Kate Davidson and her feisty German shepherd, Bella. Her first book, Murder Strikes a Pose won the Maxwell Award for Fiction and was 2015 Agatha award nominee for Best First Novel. The fourth book in her series, A Fatal Twist, will released January, 2017 by Midnight Ink.

Tracy and her husband live in Seattle with their precocious German shepherd puppy, Ana. When she’s not writing, Tracy spends her time teaching yoga, walking Ana, and sipping Blackthorn cider at her favorite ale house.

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Yoga is truly for everyone, but especially for readers, who tend to sit in slouched, hunched positions for hours at a time. I teach this class at library events and book signings, buteven those of you too far away to attend my in-person events can benefit from the practice.


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A Fatal Twist by Tracy Weber
"Title: A Fatal Twist - A Downward Dog Mystery Book
Author: Tracy Weber
Published: 1-8-2017
Publisher: Midnight Ink
Pages: 314
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Sub Genre: Amateur Sleuths; Cozy Mystery; Animals
ISBN: 13: 9780738748788
ASIN: B01FOR0Z..." Read more of this review »
A Fatal Twist by Tracy Weber
"This light mystery set in Seattle delivers on the promise of the cover. A bright and smoothly written story, A yoga teacher training to be a doula stumbles across a body, and as she has met most of the suspects, starts investigating. Mix in a lovi..." Read more of this review »
" Randi wrote: "I used to have a sweatshirt that said "Chairobics-the no impact workout". This reminded me of that. I will have to incorporate these exe ...more "
A Fatal Twist by Tracy Weber
"Usually people say that the first sentence was all it took for them to be engrossed in the book..... And that is usually what I would say. However in A Fatal Twist by Tracy Weber it was the LAST sentence. After I read the last sentence and closed..." Read more of this review »
A Fatal Twist by Tracy Weber
"In this fourth installment of the Downward Dog Mysteries series, yoga instructor Kate Davidson’s life takes yet another turn toward complete chaos. First, she agrees to play doula to her close friend who is expecting twins any minute, when her par..." Read more of this review »
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“Don’t get me wrong. I like dogs. I love them, in fact. It’s their human counterparts I could sometimes do without.”
Tracy Weber, Murder Strikes a Pose
tags: dogs

“Michael spoke slowly and sternly, as if scolding an obstinate child. “Kate, let me be very clear about this. You will not continue this murder investigation, under any circumstances. I forbid it.” Michael’s words were unequivocal, not to be challenged. He was man. He was in charge. He expected no argument.

He was an idiot.”
Tracy Weber, Murder Strikes a Pose

“We’re trained, in our culture, to take care of ourselves first. Even flight attendants tell you to put on your own oxygen mask before helping those around you. But they never tell you what happens afterwards. How do you live with yourself if you survive and the person next to you doesn’t?”
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“If having a soul means being able to feel love and loyalty and gratitude, then animals are better off than a lot of humans.”
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“Universal dilemma of the real dog person: You leave the dog home, you worry what will happen to him when you’re out. You take the dog with you, you worry that something will happen to him when he’s alone in the car….The solution, of course, is to keep the dog at your side twenty-four hours a day, every day, but then you worry that your constant presence is making the dog neurotically dependent, and besides, you can’t go anyplace that doesn’t allow dogs, so you can’t go to work or get your hair cut or go to the dentist. And then, of course, you feel guilty because, after all, doesn’t your wonderful dog deserve a better owner than this poverty-stricken, shaggy-headed slob with decayed teeth? Meanwhile, the dog doesn’t worry about anything. Why should he? That’s what he has you for, and for obvious reasons, he trusts you completely.”
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Tracy Weber Hi all! Enter to win one of three autographed, advanced copies of A KILLER RETREAT. Contest ends November 6. Good luck! A Killer Retreat A Downward Dog Mystery #2 by Tracy Weber.

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Tracy Weber I'm forming a street team to help promote my Downward Dog Mystery series. I'm hoping people will tell readers about the book on social media, write honest (even if critical!) reviews, and in general help spread the word. Members will get gifts, including t-shirts, bookmarks, maybe coffee mugs, and will be entered to win advanced copies of each book a few months before release date. If you're interested in participating, please either comment on this thread or e-mail me at Tracy@wholeLifeYoga.com.

Thank you!


message 10: by Tracy

Tracy Weber Indeed! I love the Kirkland waterfront. I suspect you will love this area...


message 9: by Susan

Susan Thanks for the add Tracy!! You are very close to Kirkland!! I love it here and am so happy to be out of the dust bowl of Arizona!


Krystle Kouture Thanks 4 adding me :)


message 7: by Tracy

Tracy Weber Cool! I'll go take a look!


Heather L Thanks for friending me, Tracy--so glad people love Mother MOOse. She was part of CowParade Wisconsin several years back. There are full photos of her posted on my profile page. ☺


Christine Hatfield Thanks for being my friend


message 4: by Simon

Simon Thanks for looking me up, Tracy. Nice to meet another yogan. :0


message 3: by Tracy

Tracy Weber Thank you so much! I don't see your review, but I'd love to read it. You have no idea how much it means to hear someone liked your work. ;-)


Jeannie and Louis Rigod Tracy, How wonderful to meet you here on Goodreads. I loved your book and reviewed it a while ago. I'm hoping to read another soon. Let me know!


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Beth Hi Tracy,
Thanks for sending a friend request to this fellow Goodreads mystery author!


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