Turn a Page on the New Year

P.D. Workman

December 29, 2023

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Indulge in the tantalizing world of Gluten-Free Murder, where baker Erin Price’s journey takes a deliciously dangerous turn. Or immerse yourself in the suspenseful pages of Unlawful Harvest as Kenzie Kirsch’s pursuit of truth and justice leads her down a treacherous path. If you’re a fan of feline companions and mysteries, What the Cat Knew will whisk you away on a captivating paranormal journey. For those craving a police procedural with a twist, join detective Margie Patenaude in Out with the Sunset as she and her daughter leave Winnipeg to join the homicide team in Calgary.

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I am a big fan of mysteries whether they are Cozy or more hard core. Either way, you can’t go wrong with books by P.D. Workman. For cozies you have the Aunty Clem’s mysteries. If you want a bit of supernatural you can’t go wrong with Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator. And my all time favorites are her more hard-core Zachary Goldman Private Investigator and Kenzie Kirsch Medical Thriller series. All of these series keep you reading from beginning to end waiting impatiently for the next book to come out.
—Kandy Thome
P.D. Workman’s books are amazing. The characters in her books are realistic and the challenges they face could be something that yourself or someone you know, are going through or have been through. There is real medical challenges like mental illness and alcoholism. The characters are not perfect and some of their actions aren’t perfect but they are very likeable. When I finish a book, I am excited for the next one in the series. If you haven’t read any of this author’s books, what are you waiting for, you might just find your next favorite author.
—Wanda Siesicki
P. D. Workman is one of few authors I have found with the ability to glide from one genre to another, seemingly effortlessly, while spinning truly captivating tales that are not only entertaining, but which plumb the depths of some very sensitive social issues. Her diverse array of characters are consistently interesting and engaging regardless of whether they are psychics, private investigators, bakers, or physicians. You will always be treated to an intriguing story with unexpected surprises, plenty of suspense, a bit of danger, and in some of her series, a splash of magic just for fun. With several series and 100 books to her name, you might worry that there will be nothing fresh offered to her readers but fear not, P. D. Workman never fails to deliver a unique story with a solid plot and a satisfying resolution to keep you coming back for more.

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