July 14, 2010

Guest Author Julie Hyzy

Today I would like to introduce you to, the very busy Julie Hyzy. She is the author of the White House Chef series, coauthor of Dead Ringer, and team member of the blog, Mystery Lovers' Kitchen. Today she is stopping by to tell us a bit about her new series, the Manor House Mystery series. So please help me welcome Ms. Hyzy to my blog.
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About Julie Hyzy
   Julie Hyzy's first experience with food included flipping burgers and chopping onions at a neighborhood hot dog stand. She traded that experience for a job as a singing waitress at Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour -- but gave that up when she started college (and because she couldn't carry a tune).
   Over the years, she's acted in community theater productions, appeared in television commercials, and crashed a previously all-male fraternity to become one of the first female brothers in Loyola University's Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi. Julie had dreams of becoming a writer, but family, friends, and frat brothers convinced her otherwise. Having held positions as junior officer at a downtown bank, office manager at an architectural firm, and financial advisor at a prestigious wealth management company, she realizes that the business degree was probably a good choice -- but fiction is truly her passion. Now, with some well-earned life experience behind her, she's delighted to finally be able to make writing a priority in her life.

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   Everyone wants a piece of millionaire Bennett Marshfield, owner of Marshfield Manor, but now it's up to a new curator Grace Wheaton and handsome groundskeeper Jack Embers to protect dear old Marshfield. But to do this, they'll have to investigate a botched Ponzi scheme, some torrid Wheaton family secrets-and sour grapes out for revenge.
Watch for my review of Grace Under Pressure in the coming weeks.

4 comments:

Gramma Ann said...

I just finished Grace Under Pressure last evening, and found it to be a fun, cozy mystery read. It was nice reading about Ms. Hyzy. Thanks for sharing and am looking forward to your review. Happy reading.

Xmas Dolly said...

Thanks for stopping by. Seeeeeeee we have some intelligence in the family! ~hehehe~ I thought out of all people YOU would appreciate that one the best!!! Just for you my friend. She likes adventure stories the best she said.

Julie P said...

This book is on my wish list! It sounds like a fun, easy mystery!

Loren said...

Sounds like an excellent book :) Looking forward to your review for sure!

Great interview

Happy Reading