Sisters become best friends through writing humorous mystery series.
With the upcoming release of Murder on the Menu sisters Phyllice Bradner and Morgan St. James say they probably wouldn’t be best friends without writing together
Las Vegas NV. – October 28, 2019 – Phyllice Bradner and Morgan St. James were not close as sisters. Bradner moved to Alaska when she was twenty and lived there for more than thirty years St. James, the older sister, remained in Los Angeles. Except for a few yearly “touch base” phone calls, the sisters’ mother was the conduit between the two. until the she had disabling mini-strokes. They barely knew each other.
Bradner traveled to Los Angeles to help relocate their mother’s to assisted living, the sisters spent time together and found many common interests—and they liked each other. Both were published writers who loved funny mysteries. By the time Bradner headed back to Alaska they had decided to try their hand at collaborating on a series.
A Corpse in the Soup, named Best Mystery Audio Book by USA Book News, launched the Silver Sisters Mysteries. As the series grew, so did their friendship until they became best friends. Bradner recently said, “We are just like Mom and Aunt Edna who were best friends their whole life. I do not know if we would have had this gift without our mutual love of funny mysteries. So many of the characters are reminiscent of our family and friends.”
Murder on the Menu, scheduled for release November 26, 2019 is the fifth in the series. This comical crime caper has humor, twists, turns and a surprise ending. Goldie Silver’s daughter leaves her job on a TV cooking show to become executive chef at a new Portland OR restaurant. Before the restaurant can open, Chili discovers there is murder on the menu at the fancy mansion she shares with old friends from Juneau. At most online booksellers. Also in Kindle and ePub formats.
About the Authors:
Phyllice Bradner is an award-winning journalist who lives in McMinnville OR. She is the co-author of the Silver Sisters Mysteries. A fine artist, she is co-owner of Currents Gallery in McMinnville. Morgan St. James lives in Las Vegas NV, is on the board of Writers of Southern Nevada, has eighteen published books and is a frequent speaker at conferences and on the radio.
To arrange an interview with the authors, or to request a review copy, contact Elaine St. James at Marina Publishing Group – firstname.lastname@example.org