Thursday, August 30, 2018

Diane A. S. Stuckart Pens New Mystery Series - Debut, Fool's Moon in November

Midnight Ink will release Florida novelist Stuckart’s series debut, 
Fool’s Moon, in November

NASHVILLE, Tennessee – Midnight Ink will launch a new mystery series by New York Times bestselling novelist and Florida resident Diane A.S. Stuckart in November.  Fool’s Moon, the debut release in Stuckart’s Tarot Cats Mystery Series, is slated for simultaneous publication in trade paper (ISBN 978-0738757087, $15.99 ) and eBook ($11.99) editions on November 8, 2018.

Acclaimed bestselling novelist Diane A.S. Stuckart delivers a delightful tale featuring two magical tarot cats and their tenderhearted human, South Florida grad student Ruby Sparks, in Fool’s Moon.   
About Fool’s MoonMost days, Ruby Sparks feels like the sign that says Tarot Card Reader Extraordinaire should say Tarot Card Reader Fairly Competent. But as challenging as it is to take care of her half-sister's new age shop—and her growing menagerie of mystically inclined pets—Ruby never worries that she's bitten off more than she can chew . . . until a customer wants her to divine the truth about a murder.

When her own life is threatened with a double dose of danger, Ruby begins to wonder if she's being played for a fool. Luckily, she has Ophelia and Brandon—sibling black cats with a talent for tarot—and a feisty pitbull friend who all lend a paw in collaring the culprit before Ruby finds herself taking her final cat nap.

A fun, fresh and feisty new mystery featuring a to-die-for cast of characters, a sensational storyline, and a paw-sitively captivating plot, Fool’s Moon is mesmerizing.  Resplendent with wit, charm, and whimsy, Fool’s Moon heralds the advent of a clever new cozy series.

Diane A.S. Stuckart is the New York Times bestselling author (writing as Ali Brandon) of the Black Cat Bookshop Mystery series. She’s currently writing the Tarot Cats cozy mystery series published by Midnight Ink.  A Texas native, Diane received her BA in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma and now lives in the West Palm Beach Florida area with her husband, dogs, cats, and a few beehives. Visit Diane A.S. Stuckart online at:

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