Come ‘n’ get it! Don’t You Forget About Me, free on Kindle through the remaining hours of Thursday, February 27.
Mary Catherine Whelihan made it out of Walkerville alive once before. Can she pull it off this time? Bullies, sexual harassment, finding a corpse in the local creek…. Cate’s childhood in 1980s Walkerville was murder! So what could possibly tempt her to return? A cryptic email from Eugene Marcasian, MD, her grade school crush, might do the trick. Can Cate and Gene find the cause of the mysterious illness afflicting nearly all of the girls in their graduating class, including Cate herself? Or will corporate bullies continue to take down anyone who gets in their way? More importantly, can Cate stay alive long enough to get one more slice of tomato pie?
“This book has all the elements that make a book addictive: a compelling story told well with characters who are unforgettable. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll stay up all night reading.” Sarah Reinhard, author, SnoringScholar.com and A Catholic Mother’s Companion to Pregnancy
“This captivating murder mystery made me laugh, cry, and crave Italian food; ‘80s pop tunes are still stuck in my head. If you like mysteries that offer a good mix of suspense and science, don’t miss this book.” Barb Szyszkiewicz, franciscanmom.com
“Don’t You Forget About Me…is a rollicking fun and exciting cozy murder mystery. The author’s strong and clever command of the written language makes this book an entertaining page-turner. I recommend this highly-enjoyable, cozy, clean, lively mystery to all readers!” Therese Heckenkamp, award-winning author, Frozen Footprints
“A quirky, fun, mystery-romance that will tickle your funny bone while making your hair stand on end.” AnnMarie Creedon,best-selling author, Angela’s Song
“The book has all the elements of a good novel, with its principal charm resting in Erin McCole Cupp’s affable and believable characters. I read (it) in a single sitting, and then put the book down with the wistful feeling of someone departing a gathering of friends.” Celeste Behe
“It’s easy to identify and sympathize with protagonist Cate Whelihan as she returns to her hometown and faces not only the classmates who bullied her in school but also her junior high sweetheart and fellow nerd, Gene. Readers will be chuckling one moment…and biting nails the next as she faces threats, corrupt police, and the business end of a gun.” Daria Sockey, author,The Everyday Catholic’s Guide to the Liturgy of the Hours