Local author announces release of new series — The Trouble With Murder

Local author Kathy Krevat recently announced the release of The Trouble With Murder, first in the new Gourmet Cat Mystery series by Kensington Books.

Krevat also writes the bestselling Chocolate Covered Mystery series by Berkley Prime Crime, an imprint of Penguin Random House, under the pen name Kathy Aarons.

The Trouble With Murder features organic cat food business owner and single mother Colbie Summers as she works to save her reputation and uncover a murderer in the fictional town of Sunnyside, Calif.

Reviewers of the book are saying , “…the author deftly infuses the thoughtfully conceived mystery with humor and imagination,” “great start to a new series,” “the plot was fantastic,” and “a well written page turner.”

Kathy Krevat
Kathy Krevat (also knows as author Kathy Aarons) MYDA CLARK Photography /

Krevat has been a tireless advocate for youth arts education in the Carmel Valley community since her family moved here in 1998. At Carmel Creek and Solana Pacific elementary schools, she’s been PTA president, Reflections Arts chair, school foundation fundraiser, student newspaper editor, and more. She’s handled publicity and created costumes for J*Company and the Canyon Crest Academy Envision Theater programs, and assisted with the CCA Writers’ Conference (ccawritersconference2017.weebly.com/) and Middle School Writing Program.

Krevat is currently president of the board of Playwrights Project (playwrightsproject.org) whose mission is to advance literacy, creativity and communication by empowering individuals to voice their stories through playwriting programs and theatre productions. She’s also president of Partners in Crime – the San Diego chapter of Sisters in Crime, a national mystery writers organization.

You can follow Krevat at kathykrevat.com, or on Facebook or Twitter.

Signed copies of The Trouble With Murder are available at Mysterious Galaxy, and ebook and print books are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Kobo.

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