Kit Perry is a rich, handsome rogue with a scandalous past. He's also Cedar Valley's newest businessman. But is he their newest murderer? When hand lettering amateur sleuth Jamie Lang stumbles upon Kit with a beautiful woman dying in his arms he sure looks like it.
Almost everyone in town is convinced Kit is guilty—of being a devastating charmer and murdering his half sister, Steph. But Steph has almost as many enemies as the entire population of Cedar Valley, and a million little reasons for any of them to want her dead. Kit proclaims his innocence and asks Jamie for help. Despite Kit's killer smile, Jamie isn't convinced he murdered his sister. Now it's up to Jamie to uncover the truth and stop the killer from striking again.
If you enjoy cozy mysteries with something new, or if you're a fan of hand lettering, pen and ink art, graphic design, watercoloring, typography, calligraphy, and creative inspiration, this series is for you! Indulge your inner artist and sleuth. Welcome to Cedar Valley, a thriving tourist town and popular wedding venue. Once you slip into town, you'll want to stay and grab a cup of coffee with Jamie while she solves crimes. Get your copy today!
Praise for Daisy's Hand Lettering Mystery Series:
"… as smartly done as its title and as cute as its cover . . . Witty banter, solid friendships, and a little dash of romantical feelings round out the clever mystery and keep you fully engaged to the end."—Reading Is My SuperPower
"Who Shot the Serif?…is fabulous. The characters, setting, and knowledge of hand lettering are amazing."—Baroness' Book Trove
"Immediately you will settle into the town of Cedar Falls–there is even a map in the front of the book! I love maps like these! As you get to know Jamie’s friends, clients, and neighbors, you will wish you lived there too."
—Here’s How It Happened
"If you've been looking for a place to start in the cozy world, this is an excellent place to begin!"—That’s What She’s Reading
"I quite enjoyed the first book in this new series, from the clever writing to the killer hiding in plain sight. Then there is Jamie’s business, hand lettering, something I admire but cannot do myself. I think I should have paid more attention to my cursive in grade school!"—Storeybook Reviews