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Julia Buckley

Mysteries

"Unreservedly and emphatically recommended."
--The Midwest Book Review

Her books are "both absorbing and genuinely spine-tingling."

--The Criminal Element

"A welcome addition to the cozy scene."

--Kirkus Reviews

 
 
 

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PRESS: Recent Articles and Reviews

of Julia's mysteries

Review of Death Waits in the Dark

Death Waits in the Dark Review

Mystery Scene

A review of the fourth Writer's Apprentice novel by Mystery Scene.

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Move Over, Miss Marple!

Booklist

Death Waits in the Dark's Lena London is one of "ten new amateur detectives, each putting a distinctive stamp on the mystery genre." In Booklist.

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Death Waits in the Dark Review

Kirkus Reviews

Kirkus finds the Fourth Writer's Apprentice mystery "pleasantly old-fashioned."

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Death With A Dark Red Rose

Midwest Book Review

This reviewer found Death With A Dark Red Rose to be "another deftly scripted and reader riveting mystery novel by an accomplished master of the genre."

 

About Julia

Lover of Stories

Julia Buckley has loved reading and writing since childhood. She is still a sucker for a great story, and, like any bibliophile, she loves libraries, Scholastic Book Fairs, the smell of ink, pads and pens, typewriters, and books you can't put down. She lives in a Chicago suburb with her husband Jeff, a giant dog named Digby and three spoiled but wonderful cats. She has two grown sons and a beautiful daughter-in-law.

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"There are always the dreams of 'someday.' Those lovely images one has of spectral landscapes, decorating the imagination and glittering like gold."

Camilla Graham

From A Dark and Stormy Murder

 

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