The Puzzle by Kylie Logan

And Then There Were NunsLeave it to Dru Ann to ask about a day in my life. She’s one groovy lady, that’s for sure, and I can’t wait to tell you about all the things that are happening here in my little corner of the planet. But hey, I’m a cat. You don’t think I’m going to make this easy for you, do you? So here’s a little puzzle for you and once you solve it, you’ll know more about the coolest of cool cats and the new adventure I’m featured in, And Then There Were Nuns by Kylie Logan.

puzzle
Across
2. You’ll always recognize me on the cover because of this
4. She puts our adventures on paper
8. One of the things I’m good at
9. The island where we live
12. The woman who thinks she owns me
13. The neighbors aren’t happy when I do it in the petunias

Down
1. I’m named for this rocker
3. Our island is here
5. A band from my hippie owner’s past
6. And Then There Were ___
7. The lady next door
10. A favorite activity
11. We’re three miles from this shoreline

Leave your answers in the comment box.


And Then There Were Nuns is the fourth book in the League of Literary Ladies mystery series published by Berkley Prime Crime, March 2016.

The national bestselling author of The Legend of Sleepy Harlow returns to South Bass Island, where the League of Literary Ladies has to find out who’s killing off nuns.

B and B owner Bea Cartwright has taken on the responsibility of taking meals to ten visiting nuns, who are on retreat at the Water’s Edge Center for Spirit and Renewal on picturesque South Bass Island on Lake Erie. But the peace of the retreat is shattered when one of the nuns is found at the water’s edge—murdered. And when a second nun is killed, Bea and the other members of the League of Literary Ladies—Chandra, Kate, and Luella—start to wonder about eerie parallels with the Agatha Christie mystery classic, And Then There Were None.

Since Bea has the trust of the sisters, the local chief of police asks her and the other Literary Ladies to interview each of them. Expecting a confession may be asking for a miracle, but Bea hopes she can at least find the killer before another nun gets crossed off the guest list. . .

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About the author
Kylie Logan is the author of the best-selling League of Literary Ladies mysteries that feature four warring neighbors who are sentenced to be a book discussion group by a judge who’s tired of them taking each other to court. Their newest adventure is “And Then There Were Nuns.” In May, Kylie will have a new series premiering, the Ethnic Eats mysteries. Book #1 is “Irish Stewed.” She lives in Ohio near where both series are set, and also writes the Pepper Martin mysteries as Casey Daniels. Don’t tell Jerry Garcia, but she much prefers dogs to cats, and enjoys spending time with her Airedale, Ernie.

Giveaway: Leave comment below for your chance to win a print copy of And Then There Were Nuns. US entries only, please. The giveaway will end March 21, 2016 at 12 AM EST. Good luck everyone!

All comments are welcomed.

38 responses to “The Puzzle by Kylie Logan

  1. I love this series. Thanks for the puzzle. Congrats on the new one

  2. I Love all these cozy mysteries you review Thanks for sharing and Thanks for the chance to win iamabho (at) gmail.com

  3. New series for me. Love the cat angle, but totally failed the puzzle. I think that can be remedied by adding some books to my TBR!

  4. Sounds wonderful. Her books are always soooo good.

  5. the “ethnic eats” series sounds intriguing! (and delicious) the Nun one sounds fun and an Airedale! i do like Airedales

  6. Linda Kuzminczuk

    Love the tie in to Agatha Christie.

  7. Time to play catch-up with this series.

  8. I am a fan of the League of Literary Ladies mystery series, and I am looking forward to reading And Then There Were Nuns. Thank you for the giveaway.

  9. This is a fun series. Thank you for the chance to win the newest book.

  10. Doward Wilson

    Love this series and I have read all her other books. Thanks for the chance to win.

  11. Last night Lifetime TV aired “And Then There Were None.” How appropriate to see this blog today! Really fun and unique post–I’ve never seen one like this before! Congratulations on the new release and the new series–both sound fabulous!

  12. Barbara Hackel

    I really enjoy this series and can’t wait to read the newest addition! Thank you Dru for today’s feature. Thanks Kylie for the chance to win a copy! 🙂

  13. Can’t wait to read this one!

  14. Being an Ohioan, I really enjoy Kylie Logan’s series. It’s wonderful to see the local sites brought into play in her books. Thanks Dru Ann for your wonderful blog. robeader53@yahoo.com

  15. Barbara Hackel

    This is a PS to my earllier post…I loved the puzzle, but need to know #2. How do we recognize Jerry Garcia? I know he wears a tie dye scarf, but that doesn’t fit in the puzzle. Also he is always sitting on or by books. What is the correct answer? Thanks for the help, it is bugging me! :p

  16. Nuns being murdered? My Catholic upbringing is cringing. LOL! Sounds like an interesting read.

  17. Love animals in books!

  18. I need to check this series out, I love the cat on the front. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

  19. I loved the first book–warring neighbors sentenced to spend time together was an interesting premise–can’t wait for this one.

  20. This really looks like a fun series. I’ve added them to my Goodreads list. I’d love to win a copy of this latest.

  21. What a delightful feature and wonderful giveaway. Thanks.

  22. Great fun and, undoubtedly, a good read.

  23. Mary Jane H.

    This would make a great addition to my book shelf!

  24. Love the cover and I bet the book is a great read

  25. elainehroberson

    I love cats. This would be a great book to add to my cozy challenge list. Thanks for a chance to win a copy.

  26. Kylie here. So nice to check in with all of you. The person who asked about the scarf . . . think about another word for a cotton square tied around the head or neck. And the reader who mentioned nuns . . . hey, 13 years of Catholic education here. I think that’s one of the reasons this was so much fun!

  27. This sounds like an interesting and fun read. I would definitely be adding to my TBR list.

  28. Susan Slovinsky

    Love reading books by authors from and set in my home state. This sounds like a fun read with interesting characters. That TBR list just keeps growing.

  29. Margaret Patricia Lafferty

    I am new to this series and will look for the first book in my local bookstore. Hope I win this contest. Thank you!

  30. Thank you all for touching base! Writing is a lonely profession . . . it’s so great to connect with readers!

  31. I’m already befuddled by the puzzle, but I think it’s super unique! Thanksfor making me think this morning!

  32. One of my favorite series! I’ve been looking forward to And Then There Were Nuns release for months! Can’t wait until I get the chance to dive into Bea, Chandra, Kate, and Luella’s world again. (Hopefully I will get enough of a fix of Levi in there too. 🙂 ) Thanks for the chance to win.

  33. Such a cute cover! I love these books!

  34. Wow…love anything with Nuns and that is my Catholic School years showing but also I think about Hayley Mills Movie about them too…fun..I will be a new Reader too and this series sounds great.
    Marilyn ewatvess@yahoo.com
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  35. kayekillgore

    I want to start reading this series.

  36. I need to binge-read…..now I have a TBR pile called ‘G2IN’…..Get To It Now…..that pile is growing, as well…..
    Thanx for the giveaway….