Let's Talk with Maggie Toussaint
Let’s Talk with Maggie Toussaint
By Maggie Toussaint
My last Lindsey & Ike novella, “Dead Men Tell No Tales,” releases today, Nov. 2. The third in this romantic mystery series, “Dead Men” is a fitting send off for this couple. Lindsey started the series temporarily holding the family newspaper business together, and now she’s the fulltime editor of the weekly paper. Ike started and ended the series as sheriff, but he has a new set of priorities that revolve around Lindsey.
You see, all those years ago in high school, Lindsey was the One that Got Away. They both moved on, but Ike always wondered how things would be if they got together.
Lindsey had no intention of settling down in her hometown – she’d built a life for herself elsewhere – but now that she’s home and dating Ike, there’s no place she’d rather be.
“Dead Men Tell No Tales” begins with a hunting accident that is more than it seems. In fact, the theme of this novella is that things are not as they seem. It’s up to Lindsey & Ike to figure out what’s going on.
Lindsey’s trusty sidekick, Bailey has a starring role in this final adventure.
Later this year, this series will be issued as a digital and print boxed set. Meanwhile, here’s the link to the Kindle edition: BUY NOW
A pivotal scene from this story occurs at a diner. What’s your fav thing to order at a diner? Two commenters will receive a Kindle format edition of the first novella in the series, “Really, Truly Dead.”
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18 thoughts on “Let’s Talk with Maggie Toussaint”
I’d go for a BLT.
Yum. I had a BLT the other day and realized how much I loved them again. Won’t wait so long for my next one.
Breakfast, eggs, bacon, hasbrowns and toast and of course coffee.
Mmsbest – you really know how to set a table. I’m a fan of your diner meal!!! So glad you stopped by.
Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day too. Thanks for visiting, Kathleen!
Denver omelet with hash browns (extra crisp) and lots of bacon and sourdough toast….
Oh, goodness! I am really hungry now. Thanks, Joanie!
Hamburger as it is hard to mess that up but when it is done right there is nothing like it!
Yum. I’m a burger gal too! Thanks for dropping in at Booklover’s Bench!
Pie and coffee! Bonus points if the pies are in one of those spinning display cases and the coffee in white ceramic mugs.
Pie is a favorite of mine, but I seem to like every kind. Just when I think I have a favorite (key lime, pecan, apple, peach,…) I taste something else that’s fantastic. Maybe someday we’ll meet for pie and coffee (or tea in my case).
We eat breakfast every Sunday at our diner. When we go for lunch, I like the tuna melt, the shrimp salad, or the grilled cheese with tomato. With chips rather than fries on the side.
I love the fresh pies.
Pies used to come in second for me, right after cakes. But now I’m a pie gal too. I love every pie I’ve ever tried, even rhubarb.
A good cheeseburger!
Yum yum, Dianne.
My Winners are Joanie Hinton and Mssbest