They’re Here, They’re Here, They’re Here!

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August is an exciting time for me on so many levels.  I’m on sabbatical from teaching yoga, which means I can concentrate on my writing. Sounds simple, right? It’s significantly more complex than you might think.  Just as I was ready to dive into the second draft of my fourth novel, tentatively titled A TWISTED DEATH, I got requests to read and endorse two new fabulous mysteries, and my second editor at Midnight Ink got back to me with edits on my current novel, Karma’s a Killer.

This is the first time I’ve worked with Sandy, and I must say she’s AWESOME!  She brings an attention to detail that my work has rarely seen before. And, if I have to brag, I guess this is the time:  Karma’s a Killer is my best book so far. I truly believe it.  Even better, it’s definitely by far my best cover!

Just when I thought my excitement couldn’t get any higher, the advanced copies and press release for Karma’s a Killer arrived on Wednesday.  I keep burying my nose in the books, inhaling their new book smell.  Can you tell I’m excited or what?

Here’s an excerpt from the press release for this newest installment in the series.

The latest mystery by award-winning novelist Tracy Weber, Karma’s a Killer is a fun, fresh, feisty new mystery featuring Seattle yoga teacher Kate Davidson and her trusty canine companion Bella. 

About Karma’s a Killer: Yoga instructor Kate Davidson is about to discover that when it comes to murder, there’s no place like om.  When she agrees to teach doga—yoga for dogs—at a fundraiser for Dogma, a local animal rescue, Kate believes the only real damage will be to her reputation. But when an animal rights protest at the event leads to a suspicious fire and a drowning, a few downward-facing dogs will be the least of Kate’s problems…

The police arrest Dharma, a woman claiming to be Kate’s estranged mother, and charge her with murder. To prove Dharma’s innocence, Kate, her boyfriend Michael, and her German shepherd sidekick Bella dive deeply into the worlds of animal activism, organizational politics, and the dangerous obsessions that drive them.

And if solving a murder weren’t complicated enough, Kate will also have to decide whether or not to reconcile with the estranged mother who abandoned her over thirty years ago.  Not to mention having to contend with an almost-bankrupt animal rescue, a cantankerous crow, an unwanted pigeon houseguest, and a rabbit in a doga class. What could possibly go wrong?

A taut tale with more twists and turns than a vinyasa yoga class, Karma’s a Killer brims with suspense, wit and whimsy.  With a to-die-for plot, sensational storyline, and charming characters—of both the two- and four-legged varieties—Karma’s a Killer is a clever, colorful, and utterly captivating cozy mystery.”

Sounds like a book I’d actually like to read.  How about you?

Time to get working on scheduling those book launch events!

Namaste

Tracy Weber

 A Killer RetreatKarmas a Killer (4)

Come visit Whole Life Yoga in Seattle, and check out Tracy Weber’s author page for information about the Downward Dog Mysteries series.  A KILLER RETREAT and MURDER STRIKES A POSE are available at book sellers everywhere! KARMA’S A KILLER is available for pre-order now!

 

18 thoughts on “They’re Here, They’re Here, They’re Here!

  1. Traci Andrighetti

    This sounds great, Tracy! I absolutely love the idea of “doga.” Believe it or not, I have a Corgi/terrier mix that actually does an upward facing dog and then a downward facing dog in a flow right after she wakes up. It cracks my husband and I up every single time!

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    1. Whole Life Yoga Post author

      I SOOOOOO wanted to teach my German shepherd to do that. She declared it undignified and refused. You should post a video of it sometime! Thanks for your support, Traci!

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  2. Joanne Kocourek

    I would definitely read this book. Two of our dogs spontaneously go into yo go type poses (usually when playing).

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  3. Joan S

    Can’t wait to get a copy. So glad to see not only a crow but also a pigeon making an entrance into the plot.
    We have 2 smart crows who adopted our yard and a white laughing dove rescue. Laughs in the mile of the night, he has insomnia too.
    When is the release?

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    1. Whole Life Yoga Post author

      Thanks, Joan! January 8 is the official release date. And the crow and the pigeon both play pretty important roles!

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  4. Nancy Perkins

    Can’t wait. Hmmm, should probably prep by re-reading one and two…
    ????????????? Hurry up, January????

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    1. Whole Life Yoga Post author

      Thank you, Shelley! I hope you love it! And I am! Typing away on book four every day. 😉

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