About the Author...
Through the years, Heather Weidner has been a cop’s kid, technical writer, editor, college professor, software tester, and IT manager. She writes the Delanie Fitzgerald Mysteries, The Jules Keene Glamping Mysteries, and The Mermaid Bay Christmas Shoppe Mysteries.
Her short stories appear in the Virginia is for Mysteries series, 50 Shades of Cabernet, Deadly Southern Charm, and Murder by the Glass.
She is a member of Sisters in Crime – Central Virginia, Sisters in Crime – Chessie, Guppies, International Thriller Writers, and James River Writers.
Originally from Virginia Beach, Heather has been a mystery fan since Scooby-Doo and Nancy Drew. She lives in Central Virginia with her husband and a pair of Jack Russell terriers.
She earned her BA in English from Virginia Wesleyan University and her MA in American literature from the University of Richmond.
About the Books...
The Jules Keene Glamping Mysteries
Vintage Trailers and Blackmailers (2021)
Film Crews and Rendezvous (2022)
Christmas Lights and Cat Fights (2023)
The Mermaid Bay Christmas Shoppe Mysteries
Sticks and Stones and a Bag of Bones (2023)
News and Reviews...
“In Vintage Trailers and Blackmailers, the calm of Jules Keene’s Blue Ridge Mountain camper resort is disturbed when a man's lifeless body is found in the woods. What follows is a cozy mystery full of blackmail, secrets, mysterious strangers—and handsome security guy, Jake Evans. Jules and her loyal pup Bijou are in for a suspense-filled adventure. I love the warm and friendly characters and the twists and turns in this new down-home, mutt-loving series.”
- Susan Van Kirk, Author of The Endurance Mysteries and A Death at Tippitt Pond
“Jules Keene is focused on her vintage trailer camping resort, but when a dead guest is discovered in the woods and her aunt is questioned, Jules decides to help catch the killer. She must stop the culprit, keep her guests satisfied, grow her business, run for president of the town’s business council, and stay alive when the bad guys come after her. This book is a joy to read.”
- Jackie Layton, Author of the Low Country Dog Walker Mysteries
“I love the premise of this well-written and light-hearted whodunit where we meet Jules Keene, who owns a camping resort where murder does not mix with vintage trailers…From the introduction of the characters to the small-town atmosphere to the vintage trailer camp to the victim to the events leading up to his death and the killer’s identity and apprehension, the author did a great job in presenting this well-crafted mystery that kept me immersed in all aspects…I look forward to more adventures with Jules and her friend in this delightfully entertaining series.”
- Dru Ann Love,Dru’s Book Musings
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