When he’s not holding Ohio’s politicians accountable or feeding his pets, Andrew Welsh-Huggins can be found penning novel after novel. His latest project, Columbus Noir, features not only one of his short stories, but more than a dozen others from some of central Ohio’s best writers.
And if longer stories are more your speed, check out the Andy Hayes mysteries. The latest, Fatal Judgment – the sixth in the series – finds disgraced-Buckeye-quarterback-turned-detective Andy Hayes trying to find a judge and ex-lover who disappeared just hours after contacting him out of the blue.
“As always, Andrew Welsh-Huggins writes an edge-of-your-seat thriller that doesn’t let go until the very end.”
The Book Loft of German Village, about Fatal Judgment
Check out Andrew’s books and get lost in a mystery while discovering Columbus all at once!
Duffy Brown loves anything with a mystery. While others girls dreamed of dating Brad Pitt, Duffy longed to take Sherlock Holmes to the prom. She has two cats, Spooky and Dr. Watson, her license plate is Sherlok and she conjures up who-done-it stories of her very own for Berkley Prime Crime. Duffy’s national bestselling Consignment Shop Mystery series is set in Savannah and the Cycle Path Mysteries are set on Mackinac Island.
Coming in August of 2020 is the sixth in the Consignment Shop series: Wedding Day and Foul Play. (Wedding cake on top of the table, a dead body under and a favorite auntie accused of putting it there is no way to start a marriage!”)
“Mysteries are my life! They are all that I read, watch on TV and at the movies. I think this all started when reading Nancy Drew under the covers with a flashlight in hand. Nance is my hero. I have The Secret in the Old Clock, The Hidden Staircase, The Secret in the Old Attic on my desk right now.
When growing up it was truly a man’s world…except for Nancy. She solved the crimes, drove the neat car, went on adventures, was educated and clever and she did it all in a skirt! I figured if Nancy could do those things so could I!” – Duffy Brown
When she’s not getting bossed around by her cats, Spooky and Dr. Watson, Duffy enjoys traveling, spoiling her grandkids, and helping conduct Murder Mystery Train Rides with her fans. Duffy also writes the Cycle Path series set on Mackinac Island.