Murder's No Votive Confidence


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$7.99  $7.43
Kensington Publishing Corporation
Publish Date
4.1 X 6.6 X 0.8 inches | 0.3 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound

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About the Author

Christin Brecher was born and raised in NYC, where her family and many childhood friends still reside. As such, she feels she is as much of a small-town girl as any. The idea to write the Nantucket Candle Maker series sprang from her life-long connection to the small island off the coast of Massachusetts. Spending summers there as a child, Christin read from her family's library of mystery novels, after which she began to imagine stories inspired by the island's whaling heyday, its notoriously foggy nights, and during long bike rides to the beach. After many years in marketing for the publishing industry, followed by years raising her children, Murder's No Votive Confidence is Christin's debut novel. Visit her at


Praise for Murder's No Votive Confidence

"A cozy with candles, conspiring couples, and a cat--what could be a better combination? Christin Brecher's debut mystery has all those and more."
--Kaitlyn Dunnett, author of Clause & Effect

"A scentsational new series! Christin Brecher's charming debut, Murder's No Votive Confidence, glows with a seaside location, a candle shop, and a kitty that will melt your heart. Interesting characters and a twisting plot will keep you intrigued to the very end."
--Krista Davis, author of The Diva Sweetens the Pie

"A charmingly fun whodunnit with plenty of twists and turns and delightfully quirky characters. Murder's No Votive Confidence had me hooked from the first pages."
--Kirsten Weiss, author of Bleeding Tarts

"The first book in the Nantucket Candle Maker Mystery series by Christin Brecher burns bright with a delightful protagonist, realistic characters, and an intriguing plot--a breath of fresh Nantucket air!"
--Barbara Allan, author of Antiques Ravin'

"A charming mystery with believable, likeable characters. Check it out."
--Suspense Magazine