Saturday, March 9, 2013

"The Marinara Murders," by Erik Hanberg

Here's a highly-rated cozy mystery that's earning warm praise for its "twisty and fun" plot, and its well-drawn characters. Detective Arthur Beautyman gets drawn into a murder mystery by his mother... who wants to be his partner on it! Together they snoop for answers behind the sudden appearance of the long-dead body of a close friend's son. Price reduced to 99 cents for today!
"You will not be disappointed." - The Book Diva's Reads

"In my world, filled with mystery novels, I felt like I hadn't read this one before." - Playing in the Pages

"Again Erik Hanberg has produced the sort of book it is easy to get into and fly through." - TC Booked Up.

The Marinara Murders (Arthur Beautyman Mysteries), by Erik Hanberg

A grown man living in his mother's basement, disgraced detective Arthur Beautyman knows his life has fallen off a cliff.

But that doesn't mean he has to be happy about his mother's solution to his woes: volunteering him to solve a case for her favorite bridge partner. Oh, and to make matters worse, she wants to be his partner on the case as well ...

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Meet the Author

Erik Hanberg has been a writer all his life. Novels, screenplays, plays, even a stray poem or two. He lives in Tacoma Washington with his wife Mary and his new daughter. In addition to writing novels, he was elected in 2011 as a park commissioner on the park board of Tacoma.

Arthur Beautyman Mysteries

The Saints Go Dying (2010), The Marinara Murders (2011), and The Con Before Christmas (2012) are about Arthur Beautyman, a computer hacker turned detective. All three books can be easily enjoyed as stand-alone mysteries.

Helping Small (and Very Small) Nonprofits

Based on his years of nonprofit fundraising and leadership, Hanberg published The Little Book of Gold, a fundraising guide for small (and very small) nonprofits.

When he was just 23, Erik Hanberg was hired to run a non-profit arts organization with an annual budget just over $600,000. Two years later, he had increased the budget to $800,000, and increasing fundraising more than 400%.

Since then he has worked in development at multi-million dollar non-profit, and has volunteered on many boards.

He was most recently the Executive Director of a small civic non-profit and currently sits on the distribution committee for a foundation that gives away more than $200,000 a year.

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