Tace Baker

More Great Reviews

More positive reviews for Bluffing is Murder are in! Rae Francouer loved the book in her review for North Shore Book Notes. Among other things, she says, “Readers north of Boston will enjoy “Bluffing is Murder” for its depiction of many local sites, from Cranes Beach to a few beloved restaurants and pubs in Ipswich. By the time readers are three-quarters of the way through “Bluffing is Murder,” they’ll be contemplating a number of suspects. That Lauren is a trouble magnet, around whom the mysteries swirl, makes for a quick and satisfying read.” Mark Baker reviewed Bluffing is Murder for…

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Quaker Author Lauds New Book

Philip Gulley has endorsed Bluffing is Murder, saying, “Who knew Quakers could be so exciting!  Bluffing Is Murder starts with a bang and doesn’t let up.  A wonderful addition to the Lauren Rousseau series!” Gulley is a Quaker pastor and the author of the Harmony and Hope series, as well as Living the Quaker Way.

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Bluffing is Murder

Bluffing is Murder

Lauren Rousseau Mysteries, Book 2 Summer promises to be anything but easy for Quaker linguistics professor Lauren Rousseau in this thrilling sequel to Speaking of Murder. With her boyfriend Zac returning to Haiti to visit his family, Lauren is on her own in Ashford, Massachusetts—and danger is never far behind. Still reeling from an attack by her student’s murderer, Lauren decides to brush up on her karate and finds herself drawn to handsome sensei Dan Talbot. During a run near the sea bluffs, she discovers the corpse of her insurance agent, Charles Heard, who is also a Trustee for one of…

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A Great Review

Midwest Book Review liked Speaking of Murder and recommends it for your reading list. “It is clear from a reading of “Speaking of Murder” that author Tace Baker has a genuine knack for spinning a deftly crafted mystery that will keep the readers rapt and total attention from beginning to end. Also available in a Kindle edition ($5.95), “Speaking of Murder” is a highly entertaining and recommended addition to personal leisure time reading lists and community library Mystery/Suspense collections.“

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