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Listen to our conversation with local mystery writer PK Norton

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Last night we were thrilled to have the opportunity to speak with local suspense writer Paula “PK” Norton on our radio show, My Generation, broadcast on 95.9 WATD-FM. Her new book, Sweet Dreams, Sweet Death, An Amy Lynch Investigation, a riveting who-done-it set in Key West, has just been published. Three more books in the series have already been written with the second book scheduled for a February 2018 debut. This book has garnered a host of accolades from reviewers including this one from James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief of the Midwest Book Review:

“An impressively crafted and unfailingly entertaining novel by a master of the genre, “Sweet Dreams, Sweet Death” by P. K. Norton is the first volume of what promises to be a simply outstanding new series starring Amy Lynch, female investigator. While “Sweet Dreams, Sweet Death” is very strongly recommended, especially for community library Mystery/Suspense collections, it should be noted for the personal reading lists of dedicated mystery buffs that “Sweet Dreams, Sweet Death” is also available in a digital book format.”

Norton has been writing all of her life but published this, her first book, after retirement.  Her mystery series is in large part inspired by her decades of work as an insurance investigator. Norton advises to write what you know about! If you have ever thought of writing a book or  becoming a published author, Norton’s advice will help you get started and keep going. Click on the audio link below and enjoy the show!

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