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Pre Order Kelsey Ketch’s new novel Son of Set

Son of Set releases on May 2nd – but you can pre order it today at:

Haven’t read Daughter of Isis? You can get a copy at Kobo as well!


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My favorite quote from Son of Set by Kelsey Ketch

I smile every time I think of this scene.

“”Mikael walked up beside Sean, a smile pulling at his lips.  Sean snapped his head around, his temper raging.  “What are you sniggering about?”
“Well,” Mikael said while he scratched his heard, “it’s just you always thought Seth would never amount to anything, but you have to admit, he’s turning out to be one of the best wab disciples we’ve trained.””


Son of Set by Kelsey Ketch releases May 2nd! 

Son of Set (Descendants of ...

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New Price for Daughter of Isis by Kelsey Ketch

Paperback Version

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Son of Set by Kelsey Ketch

I loved this book!

Physically, mentally, and emotionally battered, a delirious Natara Stone finds herself in a hotel room with the boy she holds responsible for involving her with the Sons of Set and at the same time for saving her from becoming their sacrifice. Her world has been turned upside down overnight and the only person she can trust is Seth. But is he trustworthy?
In less than 24 hours, Seth O’Keefe gave up the comforts of being the son of highest priest on the west coast for the Egyptian cult known as the Sons of Set. Marked as a traitor for saving Natti’s life, Seth is now a fugitive who the Sons want dead. He can hardly comprehend why one girl could be worth risking everything for. Was she?

Son of Set, Kelsey Ketch’s second novel in the Descendants of Isis series follows the couple as they try to find a safe haven from Seth’s father and his cohorts who are hell bound and determined to recover Natti and bring their god Set back from the dead. The story abounds with intensity as the couple struggles to survive. A rollercoaster ride, this novel takes off where Daughter of Isis left off and exceeds expectations.

Add it to your must read list!

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Kelsey Ketch’s Daughter of Isis available today!

Daughter of Isis (Descendants of Isis, #1)

Available at Amazon.Com, and ecopy or Kobo for ecopy as well.

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Daughter of Isis – by Kelsey Ketch – Releases tomorrow, Saturday October 26th, 2013

Daughter of Isis by Kelsey Ketch       Five Star *****

                      Kelsey Ketch’s Daughter of Isis wraps around an ancient secret that ensnares two people who under any other circumstance would not be together, and catapults them into the middle of a war between two Egyptian cults.  This is truly a gripping novel!

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Cover Story by Erika Chase

Cover Story (Ashton Corners Mystery, #3)

This was another fun romp with Lizzie in Ashton Corners.  This time an old friend of Molly Mathew’s, Teensy Coldicut, returns to her home town after many years.  Teensy is a new author of a debut book set during the Civil War which from appearences is responsible for the death of Teensy publisher.  Talk about a killer read [wink].  If you love the first two, this novel won’t disappoint.  The plot is more complex than the previous two novels and it will keep you glued to your seat.

Happy reading.

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Read and Buried by Erika Chase


Good Reads Summary

Hosting an award-winning novelist is quite a Christmas coup for the Ashton Corners Mystery Readers and Cheese Straw Society. But when he’s murdered in Lizzie Turner’s house, she’s got a holiday homicide on her hands …

For their very first guest author event, most of the book club members can’t wait to pull out all the stops in Southern hospitality. But for Lizzie, Derek Alton is nothing but trouble—from his massive ego to his smarmy moves. When he’s found murdered in her living room, it seems someone decided that this womanizing writer would be better off dead than read.

After suspicion falls on Lizzie’s friend, she and her fellow book club members discover that Derek wasn’t who he pretended to be. Cracking this case means going up against Lizzie’s boyfriend, police chief Mark Dreyfus, and unearthing a novel’s worth of nasty secrets. And as they get closer to uncovering Derek’s scandalous final manuscript, someone hiding in plain sight is out to write finis to Lizzie’s sleuthing for good…

My Review:

KUDOS to Erika for another successful mystery romp in Ashton Corners.  I am so in love with the style of writing, the character development, the setting – oh my, and of course the plot.  I love Lizzie’s mellow lifestyle, a reading specialist who keeps active in her small home town by day.  Running, visiting her mama and friends, helping her neighbors, and keeping those kitty bowls full.  Until a mystery presents itself, then nothing can stop Lizzie from the fray, not even the author’s murderer.

Read it!

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a killer read by Erika Chase

Good Reads Summary:
For the first meeting of the Ashton Corners Mystery Readers and Cheese Straws Society, six friends gather in Molly Matthews’s old Southern mansion-including Lizzie Turner, a reading specialist with a penchant for mysteries. But the mystery book club meeting becomes the scene of an actual murder when a stranger is shot-and nobody knows who the victim is, or how Molly’ antique gun came to be used as the murder weapon.

Then Lizzie begins finding mysterious manuscript chapters in her mailbox. As she and the book club members try to read between the lines, Molly surfaces as the next name on the killer’s list.

My Review:
I honestly loved this book. I could picture myself in Ashton Corners out on the back porch sipping tea and munching on one of Molly’s Mathew’s wonderful creations. You name it. You have your choice of cheese straws, pecan sandies, molasses cookies, etc. If Molly was one of my friends I would definitely need a gym membership – but I would make that sacrifice. 😉 Lizzie Turner, you are so lucky to have such great friends! What is funny is that normally food is not something that holds a lot of interest for me. But I think the atmosphere of the novel drew me in with its comfortable charm.
The mystery itself was well written. I truly did not suspect the killer until the end of the book, and it was still a surprise. The manuscript that was delivered in pieces to Lizzie’s mailbox really held my interest, and while I knew it was related to the mystery, I was puzzled by how it would connect to the murder, which intrigued me.
Lizzie’s love interest for me personally was luke warm. I was not infatuated by Mark Dreyfus at all. I think the mystery would have held its own, but the relationship did add spice, if not complication to a person of interest scenario.
In a nutshell, this was one of the best laid back murder mysteries I have ever read. I really enjoyed this book and the twist at the end.

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If you like egyptian artifacts you will love this

Well it is another OMG moment provided by none other than Kelsey Ketch as she takes her creativity to a whole new level.  Just check out what this girl can do!

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