The Fog Ladies: Family Matters (A San Francisco Cozy Murder Mystery)

 by Susan McCormick

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The Fog Ladies: Family Matters (A San Francisco Cozy Murder Mystery)
by Susan McCormick

About The Fog Ladies: Family Matters

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The Fog Ladies: Family Matters (A San Francisco Cozy Murder Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
2nd in Series
Publisher: Wild Rose Press (October 7, 2020)
Paperback: 338 pages
ISBN-10: 1509233075
ISBN-13: 978-1509233076
Digital ASIN: B08FGMFBW3

Till death do us part, with kitchen shears. What drives a family man to kill his wife? This question haunts Sarah James, a medical resident who meets the unhappy family at a resort near Big Sur. She witnesses how ugly a marriage can be. But murder?

Sarah and the spunky Fog Ladies—elderly neighbors from her San Francisco apartment building—set out to discover the truth. Their probing finds the threat is perilously close to home, endangering another troubled family struggling to survive.

About Susan McCormick 

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Susan McCormick is a writer and doctor who lives in Seattle. She graduated from Smith College and George Washington University School of Medicine, with additional medical training in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, where she lived in an elegant apartment building much like the one in the book. Susan served as a doctor in the U.S. Army for nine years before moving to the Pacific Northwest and civilian practice as a gastroenterologist. In addition to the Fog Ladies series, she also wrote Granny Can’t Remember Me, a lighthearted picture book about Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and The Antidote, a timely middle grade medical fantasy released May 2021. She lives in Seattle with her husband and two sons. She loves giant dogs and has loved an English Mastiff, Earl, and two Newfoundlands, Edward and Albert.

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A Character Interview

Enid Carmichael, 80-year-old champion of safety in The Fog Ladies cozy murder mystery series

  1. Do you have a special talent or gift?

I have exceptionally keen hearing. You may not think this is much of a gift, but when you are eighty years old, people do not expect you to have much of anything, let alone ears that work. I hear all kinds of things not intended for me to hear, like the blackmailer and the threats against someone I am certain is the killer.

  1. Tell us about your family.

Family. Hmph. Stanley left me years ago. Clarice says she will never have children. I don’t know why, and I am sorely disappointed, as I’ve been telling her for years, “Just wait till you have children of your own. Then you’ll see what I put up with.” Anyway, I have the Fog Ladies. They are my family now. I can count on them like I can count on San Francisco early morning fog burning off by midday.

  1. Who is the most important person in your life?

Well, that’s easy. But it’s not one person. It’s the gaggle of Fog Ladies. We all live together in an elegant apartment building in San Francisco, growing closer as we grow older. Plus Sarah, the overtired young doctor-in-training. But she has her attributes. Because of her we got to meet a lady killer who hacked up her husband with a machete-like blade they used to trim the hedges. What a woman.

  1. What do you do for fun?

Everything I used to love doesn’t exist anymore. Those detective magazines, for instance. What happened to those? And ten cent coffee. Oh, I do all right in the coffee department. That incident in the ICU doesn’t count.

  1. If someone were to play you in a movie who would it be? 

Julia Child, no question. If she were an actress. And if she wasn’t dead. Darn. She’s my height. I had brown hair like hers before mine was red. We have the same energy, the same joie de vivre. Plus, I believe she liked sherry, which I adore. Or at least she had it on hand for cooking.

 

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