Sunday, July 17, 2016

Mary Kennedy's Summer Chili #recipe #mystery #giveaway



Please welcome our very good friend, the talented Mary Kennedy.  We're so happy to have her here today and we're thrilled to get this summer chili recipe. We know you will be excited about her giveaway as well!   Read on: 


Here's Mary: Thing are heating up in Savannah, but it's never too hot for Summer Chili. It's lighter than the winter version and very popular with the folks at the Oldies But Goodies candy store and cafe.

INGREDIENTS:

1/2 cup sun-dried tomatoes  


1 sweet Vidalia onion or red onion
 
2 cloves garlic

2 tbsp olive oil

2 tsp chili powder

4 oz ham (optional)

1  bell pepper,any color

3 (15 oz) cans white chili beans or cannellini beans

3 tomatoes
2 tbsp parsley













Directions:

Slice the sun-dried tomatoes, place in a bowl, cover with hot water and set aside. Chop onion and garlic. Heat olive oil in a heavy saucepan over medium hat. Saute the onion, garlic and chili powder for 5 minutes until the onion is translucent. Slice the ham and dice the pepper, add both to the onion mixture and cook 5 minutes. Drain and rinse the beans. Roughly chop the fresh tomatoes. Drain the sun-dried tomatoes, saving 1/2 cup liquid. Add the fresh tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes and reserved liquid and beans to the pan and simmer for 5 minutes. Season with a little salt and pepper. Parsley makes a nice garnish.



Mary Kennedy is the author of The Dream Club Mysteries and the Talk Radio Mysteries for Penguin-Random House as well as a teen series called The Hollywood Nights. She is a national best-selling author with sales of over 4 million books. In addition to her novels, she writes entertainment and healthy living articles for USA Today, the Huffington Post,, NPR, Gannett News and Publisher's Weekly. Mary is a practicing psychologist on the east coast, where she lives with her British husband and six neurotic cats. She has tried unsuccessfully to psychoanalyze both husband and cats, but she remains optimistic. You can visit her at www.marykennedy.net or at the Cozy Chicks, where she blogs every Monday. www.cozychicksblog.com 
 





A Premonition of Murder by Mary Kennedy. Abigail Marchand, a famously reclusive Savannah heiress, tells Ali and Taylor that she had a dream foretelling her death. Ali hastens to reassure her and promises to discuss it with the Dream Club Members. But the Dream Club meeting  is cut short when the police announce that Abigail has been pushed to her death down a flight of stairs. Now Taylor, Ali and the Dream Club need to catch a killer before someone else is laid to rest.

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And now Mary has a GREAT GIVEAWAY for a lucky reader!

 


Leave a comment here and the winner could choose either this lovely prize of a this adorable cat tote bag  OR a signed copy of Dream a Little Scream, the first in the Dream Club series.  



154 comments:

  1. Love this Summer Chili recipe; and I would absolutely love to win a signed copy of Dream a Little Scream. EMS591@aol.com

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  2. I've never heard of a chili recipe using jam before, intriguing. And I must read this Dream Club Mystery series.

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    1. Hi Mary, it's 4 ounces of ham..not jam. I never use the ham, actually, I make the vegetarian version. Hope you try it!

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  3. I will have to try this chili recipe,it sounds yummy! I am looking forward to reading this series! Thanks for the chance!
    Lisa
    hseaside5@aim.com

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  4. I'm not a chili fan but I'd love to win either the cat tote or book! Thanks.

    kpbarnett1941[at]aol.com

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    1. Hi Karen, this version might make you a chili-lover!

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  5. A lighter chili for summer sounds great to me. Thanks for the chance to win. grace dot koshida at gmail dot com

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  6. A lighter chili for summer sounds great to me. Thanks for the chance to win. grace dot koshida at gmail dot com

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  7. My husband's latest interest is dehydrating vegetables, specifically tomatoes as we have an overabundance this summer. I will be keeping this recipe as a way to utilize sun dredge tomatoes!
    Thank you for the recipe and giveaway!
    ejbs3s@yahoo.com

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  8. My husband's latest interest is dehydrating vegetables, specifically tomatoes as we have an overabundance this summer. I will be keeping this recipe as a way to utilize sun dredge tomatoes!
    Thank you for the recipe and giveaway!
    ejbs3s@yahoo.com

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    1. What a great idea, Jody, I would love to learn to do that!

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  9. This sounds like a recipe I would enjoy. I know I would love to read Dream a Little Scream! Thank you for the giveaway!
    mittens0831 at aol dot com

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  10. Awesome recipe and the tote is adorable ! Thank you for a chance to win ! kathambre@yahoo.com

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  11. Living in Wisconsin we eat chili all the time in the colder months, but not much in the summer. I'm going to have to try out this recipe though, because eating chili year round sounds pretty good to me:)
    And I do love finding out about new cozy series, so I'm going to be checking this one out even if I don't win!

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  12. I love the idea of a lighter chili for the summer. Thanks for the recipe. I've got my fingers crossed for the giveaway.
    suefarrell.farrell@gmail.com

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  13. Chili is always a hit, and this version with white beans sounds delicious for summer. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    sallycootie@gmail.com

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  14. Thank you so much,everyone, for your kind comments! I am so happy to be here. Hope everyone tries this chili, my neighbor in North Carolina used to serve it over spaghetti or macaroni, and sometimes in taco shells. It's really delish!

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  15. The chili sounds delicious and so colorful, too. Perfect for summertime. Thanks for the recipe and the chance to win, too.
    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  16. I would love to win either prize. I'm a huge fan of this series

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  17. I love books! And that recipe sounds wonderful.

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  18. Love the recipe and hoping to try it soon. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    scarletbegonia5858@gmail.com

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  19. I would love to win the book and tote. I enjoy your stories so much.

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  20. Interesting. I love chili, but it's so hearty, it's nice to see a lighter summer version. Thanks! Thanks also for the chance to win.

    cozyupwithkathy @ gmail dot com

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  21. I love turkey chili. I only like to eat it during cold weather though.

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  22. I am going to try this! Looks yummy. Love your books.

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    1. Thanks so much, Ann. The sun-dried tomatoes really give it an extra kick--I love it.

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  23. I am going to try this! Looks yummy. Love your books.

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  24. This recipe sounds delicious. I can't wait to make it for my family. utaker555@gmail.com

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  25. You all have the best give-a-way's and books. Such a treat to connect with you all this way. Thank you! I could go for Chili anytime!

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  26. I love chili, and am so glad to now have a lighter version for the summer and warmer days, although it looks like this chili would be good to make any time of year. Thanks for visiting and for your giveaway! bobandcelia@sbcglobal.net

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  27. The recipe sounds delicious!!! I'd love to win the book for my Mom...I'm always trying to introduce her to new series!! Bdlogan@live.com

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  28. this recipe sounds real good and easy.
    nlb1050 (at)yahoo (dot)com

    Nancy B

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  29. Hi my name is Lois Rotella. My email is rainonlois@aol.com. The book looks like a fun read and it great to read all the recipes.

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  30. I definitely want to try this recipe but I would leave the ham out. I love the tote and your books! Thanks for the chance!
    edtercross7304@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi Terri, I leave the ham out too. One of my friends makes it and adds a few slices of "veggie pepperoni" but I haven't tried that version.

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  31. I'm not a chili lover but this book sounds wonderful! It's on my list for sure. Thanks for the chance to win!
    awilcox1182@gmail.com

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  32. Love this tote and book and would enjoy winning either. Thanks for the opportunity. Sbaron Maher irish9795@hotmail.com

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  33. The Summer Chili sounds good ... thank you for sharing it with us.
    peggyhyndman(at)att(dot)net

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  34. I just sitting here this morning trying to figure out what I wanted to make for dinner. Now I know what I will make. This chili recipe looks to "die" for. Thanks for sharing.

    I'd be interested in the book. I like my totes but I haven't read the book yet. And would LOVE too.

    Thanks for the chance.

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  35. The chilli recipe looks delish. I have A Premonition of Murder on my to read pile and have moved it to next. The cat bag is awesome-we have a house cat and outdoor farm cats. Thank you for being an author and sharing your gift with us. Rhonda Lee @ leer618@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi Rhonda, it's always nice to meet a fellow cat-lover! Love to all your kitties.

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  36. Thanks for the lovely recipe. I've read the first book already but I would love to win the adorable cat tote. Kuzlin at AOL.com

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  37. Unfortunately, bell peppers don't like me - I have a chili recipe that I make that we use the left-overs for chili cheese omelets the next morning. I have two versions, with and without kidney beans. I would love to win a singed copy of the book (which I think is actually the second in the series).

    j.presler@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi Einsam, you are quite right, Dream a Little Scream is book 2 in the series. I just caught that mistake a few minutes ago. My bad! I love the idea of chili cheese omelets and am going to try that.

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  38. Thanks for the revipe the book sounds good too
    Penney

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  39. The chilli looks delicious! Thanks for the chance to win. Jlsbookclub (at) NC (dot) rr (dot) com

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  40. I just can't get in the mood for any type of chili when it's hot out.
    sgiden at verizon(.)net

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  41. Yum! I love the idea of a lighter chili. Love your series,it is set in one of my favorite places. Love Savannah! Thanks for the recipe. dr(dot)oldsmobileaticloud(dot)com

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  42. The chili recipe looks awesome. Thank you for the chance to win a book or a tote.

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  43. Oh, how I love chili. This recipe looks wonderful. I will have to try it out. Thanks for the amazing contest, too!

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  44. I love the tote bag! lkleback@hotmail.com

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  45. The chili recipe sounds yummy. Would like to win the book. pwtish171@gmail.com

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  46. Will have to try your chili.would love to win your book.Thanks for the chance.

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  47. Sounds like an interesting series. Thanks for the chance.

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  48. Can't wait to try the recipe and book....mlw111897@yahoo.com

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  49. I don't have a lot of freezer space and don't care for the texture of most canned vegetables. I found my 30 year old dehydrator and just slice up fruits, veggies, or herbs and dry. A dehydrator full of fresh catnip condenses to 2 quarts loosely packed. Zucchini and tomatoes are easily stored for winter soups. This chili looks fantastic.

    llcejka at gmail dot com

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    1. Hi Lisa, that is a really good tip. I don't have much freezer space either. It's funny you mentioned catnip. I started growing some in a pot outside for my 6 cats...they have no interest in the fresh leaves, so I think I'll have to tie up the stalks at the end of the season and dry them in the basement.

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  50. Thank you for sharing the recipe and for the wonderful giveaway. The dream world is a fascinating one; would love to be a member of the Dream Club.
    maforbes231@yahoo.com

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  51. I love sun dried tomatoes, and this recipe looks delicious! Can't wait to read your new book, and thanks for the contest. Jenniferkrameraz@gmail dot com.

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  52. LOVE LOVE LOVE chilli! One of the only ways I can get my husband to eat veggies! Great giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity! Pucsbride13@gmail.com

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  53. LOVE LOVE LOVE chilli! One of the only ways I can get my husband to eat veggies! Great giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity! Pucsbride13@gmail.com

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  54. Sherry in Carrollton, TexasJuly 17, 2016 at 1:12 PM

    We eat chili and spa ghetto or chili on baked potatoes. Love it!
    I'd love to win! Thanks.

    Forgot email
    sherry@the morans.org

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  55. Love the recipe. Wonderful giveaway. Thanks. elliotbencan(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  56. Chili is a favorite. Summer and winter. Great feature and giveaway. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  57. We have chili all year long...will have to try this recipe sounds great. Thanks for the giveaway

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  58. Love ccili and would love to win.

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  59. Love ccili and would love to win.

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  60. Interesting recipe! Would love to win any of the give-away!

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  61. What an awesome giveaway, thanks for doing it. Just picked up your new book at work (the library) the other day. Looks good.

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  62. I will have to try this chilli recipe. It sounds delicious! Thank you for this great giveaway! crossxjo @hotmail. com

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  63. amy guillaume lindermanJuly 17, 2016 at 1:28 PM

    i've never heard of using sun dried tomatoes in chili! yum!! thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  64. Pat patdupuy@yahoo.comJuly 17, 2016 at 1:34 PM

    Hi Mary! I haven't gotten my TBR pile whittled down enough to start your dream series yet. But the time is coming! The dream club books sound really enticing.

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  65. I'm going to try that recipe! The book looks good, too. :) Dianne
    jademoss17@gmail.com

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  66. Thank you for the recipe. My mouth is watering. It may be what's for dinner tonight. Your books sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win. deniseaustin59@yahoo.com

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  67. Definitely on the to read list.
    cochrandcr@gmail.com

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  68. Oh what a wonderful thing to win!
    Thank you for the chance to win :)
    arw1313@gmail.com

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  69. Ooh, I love some chili. I might have to get my husband to try this recipe now. crdatema@yahoo.com

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  70. Chili looks wonderful! maybe you'd have more luck psychoanalyzing MY cat!!!! He'd make an interesting subject for anyone!!

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    1. I bet your cat has a lot of personality and charm, Joan!

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  71. Must try this recipe!! Huge chili fans here. Book looks most intriguing. And a nice giveaway to boot. Thanks for both recipe and a chance at a tote or book. Would love either one. Will have to think about that. Could use the tote, and it is cute. But would like to read the book as well. It will have to be red or Bermuda onions. No vidalia's around here. And a blend of colors for the bell pepper. Always use 3 or so of the colors. Variety of colors helps a dish look more colorful & appealing. (I think so, anyway) Della at deepotter@peoplepc.com

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  72. This looks really good, and my cat will eat any beans in chili! I would love the chance to win your book!

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  73. This series looks like a lot of fun reading. Chili looks good and crossing my fingers. Semystery@gmail.com

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  74. This series looks like a lot of fun reading. Chili looks good and crossing my fingers. Semystery@gmail.com

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  75. I am going to try this recipe on the grocery store customers!! Yumm!!!

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  76. The recipe sounds yummy. I'd love to read something from the Dream Club series!
    njcar22@aol.com

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  77. Thanks for the recipe and the chance to win your book. elainehroberson at gmail dot com.

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  78. Ooh, just a quick correction. My bad, I think I made a typo in the book description. Dream a Little Scream is book two in the Dream Club series. Book one is Nightmares Can Be Murder, and book 3, pictured below, is A Premonition of Murder. Sorry about that, folks! I am usually typing with two (or more!) cats on my lap and on the keyboard.

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  79. This sounds like a great summer chili. I haven't made chili with white beans before, but I want to give this recipe a try. Yum! Thanks for sharing.

    brookeb811[at]gmail.com

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  80. A chili for the summer sounds great! Can't wait to read this book. Thanks for the chance.

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  81. A chili for the summer sounds great! Can't wait to read this book. Thanks for the chance.

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  82. I can't wait to make this and read the book. :) Will buy even if I don't win. :)ravenaingeal13@gmail.com Cyndie

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  83. I don't usually make chili in the summer and this sounds like a great alternative for summer. Love both of your series and looking forward to new books in the future.
    diannekc8(at)gmail(dot)com

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  84. I don't usually make chili in the summer and this sounds like a great alternative for summer. Love both of your series and looking forward to new books in the future.
    diannekc8(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. The chili sounds very good. I love series and look forward to reading this book.

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  86. The chili looks great!!! I love chili, and I am always looking for a recipe that puts a cool twist on it. Thanks for the chance to win!!!
    magicgirl2357@yahoo.com

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  87. Thank you for the recipe. I use sundried tomatoes in as many recipes as I can. Last week they were in my stuffed portobello mushrooms I read book one in this series and loved it, and have b0ok 2 but have not had a chance to read it completely but I really want to order book 3 so that I can read one after the other.

    Keep up the wonderful writing.
    Cynthia B.

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  88. Oh boy i am going to kick myself i was at Fred Meyers and saw that book and did not pick it up. Boy i am a dummy. If it is still there next week i will get it. But my luck lately has suck so i am not sure. Sorry

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  89. Oh boy i am going to kick myself i was at Fred Meyers and saw that book and did not pick it up. Boy i am a dummy. If it is still there next week i will get it. But my luck lately has suck so i am not sure. Sorry

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  90. Thank you! Dm_richards (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  91. Sounds good.....thanks. rhondajgothier@yahoo.com

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  92. Would love to try on of your books.
    Thank you!

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  93. I am intrigued by the idea of summer chili. I'm always up for something new and I love the dream series! hsim3691@gmail.com

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  94. I so enjoy your books. Thanks for the chance and the recipe.

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    1. Thanks so much, Marlene. I follow you on FB and I always enjoy your comments!

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  95. I just realized that I forgot to leave my contact information to be able to have a chance to be considered for your beautiful cat themed tote bag. Thank you.
    Cynthia B
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  96. This recipe sounds quite good. Thanks for sharing this giveaway too. brichardson0056@yahoo.com

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  97. Thanks for the chance. The recipe sounds great.
    moonbay7399@gmail.com

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  98. OMG!!! Those cat bags are the cutest!!! :)

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  99. Thanks for the chance to win. sable677 at yahoo dot com

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  100. Nice give away!!

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  101. Your summer chili recipe sounds absolutely delicious. Your books sound inviting also so I am sure they will added to my to be read list. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway for the cutest bags. robeader53@yahoo.com

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  102. Okay that chili recipe sounds awesome. I just wrote it down. I just found you and bought a couple books so of I can have rhe fire I will be all set! And by the way... It is the only way I will ever get a cat!

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    1. If ever you need a cat, just come to me, Denise. (Just kidding I would never part with my fur-babies, but at times six indoor cats does seem a bit overwhelming. Still, they add a lot of fun to my life. And they are great companions, even though they spend much of the day sleeping.

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  103. I'd love to win the signed copy of the book. (Also, love the chili recipe!)

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  104. that chili sounds delicious. I would like a signed copy of the book.
    tuckman (at) hotmail.com

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  105. As a cat lover, author, and librarian, I would love to win the pretty cat tote to carry books around including Mary Kennedy's mysteries. Thanks for the chance.

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    1. Librarians rock, Debbie!! And a cat lover, too. Yay!

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  106. I love cats and cozy mysteries and would love to win this giveaway! Thanks for offering it!! lindaherold999@gmail.com

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  107. This chili sounds like a great change. Will be trying it soon. The tote would be great for my cozy book club meetings. Will have to read this series

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  108. Sounds like great recipie. Can't wait to try and make it. Love this book series.

    xzjh04@ gmail.com

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  109. The Chilie recipe sounds wonderful

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  110. This recipe sounds delicious. We eat chili year round for the nutritional value so I'm saving this one. servedogmom (at)yahoo.com

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  111. My Aunt used to use sun dried tomatoes in her chili...this looks great. Thank you for the contest. I have been wanting to read one of your books so I would choose the signed book.
    Marilyn ewatvess@yahoo.com

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  112. I was so happy to be featured today, wishing everyone a wonderful week!

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  113. Thank you for this opportunity to win one of these great prizes. I can't wait to try this Chili recipe. It would be nice to eat while reading your book!

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  114. Haven't tried this series but it
    sounds like a good one. I'll be checking
    it out.
    thanks for the chili recipe - it will be good
    this winter, too hot for chili now (my opinion)

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  115. My husband is so into chili he won the chili contest at church so he is always making and trying new recipes of it. I watch as i am disabled but i do give him recipes for him to try and this one is a must . thank you for posting it ptclayton2@aol.com

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  116. I own Dream and Scream and enjoyed them both. As to the summer Chili I think instead of ham I'll use some Kosher Veal and Lamb sausages.

    If I'm your lucky winner I'd love the carryall. I can use it for the bookmarks I distribute to local library branches.

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  117. I like the ingredients of this chili - minus the ham. I'll make it for our mystery book club this fall. Thanks. I'd be happy to win book or tote. Airieanne on FB. Also iheartpienbooks (at) gmail (dot) com.

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  118. That tote bag is adorable! Kim (kimlb @ cox.net)

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  119. It looks and sounds delicious, Mary! I'll probably make it with corn muffins. Thanks for sharing! Nicole :-)

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  120. Book sounds interesting and chili sounds delicious!

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  121. Thanks for the chili recipe, and what a adorable cat tote.

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  122. This is the first I have heard of the series.. Looks really good!

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  123. This cat tote looks Ahh-mazing! So cute:)

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  124. The recipe sounds great. I love the cat tote and I'm always looking for a good book. Either would be awesome! Tcuevas@iccable.com

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  125. Wow, this recipe for summer chili makes me hungry for some.definitely going to store to get all I need to make this now. Thank you really for sharing your recipe and the giveaway. Would love the tote bag could use it for books and groceries. I am waiting on the 3rd book. Thank you again. Man distracted by the thought of chili, lol.I guess I better give you this:daw655@hotmail.com

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  126. Wow, this recipe for summer chili makes me hungry for some.definitely going to store to get all I need to make this now. Thank you really for sharing your recipe and the giveaway. Would love the tote bag could use it for books and groceries. I am waiting on the 3rd book. Thank you again. Man distracted by the thought of chili, lol.I guess I better give you this:daw655@hotmail.com

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  127. Oh I'm trying this recipe tonight! Thank you. As for the story, I need to go get it and find out who the killer is. Njlinza@yahoo.com
    Thank you
    Normajean

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  128. Even though it is too hot for me these days, this chili sounds very good! I will have to pin this recipe.

    ElaineE246@msn.com

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  129. Another great series! I can't wait to start readi
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  130. All of the ingredients in your Summer Chili Recipe are yummy, and I know this colorful dish has to be SO good! Thanks for the recipe. I love the whole concept of The Dream Club Mysteries and the interpretation of dreams period. The sub conscious is both leading and fascinating to me. Love to start on this series with a win. Thank you for the Giveaway!! oh_bother88@hotmail.com

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  131. I've been wanting to make chili! I'll give t a try. I'm really interested n your book, it sounds really interesting and fun to read. Donamaekutska7@gmail.com

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  132. Gave recipe to husband as he enters a chili cookoff for the church and he is always looking for a new way to make it. I would really love to read and review your book sounds so good also. ptclayton2@aol.com

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  133. Will have to try this. Ty.
    Njlinza@yahoo.com
    Normajean linza

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  134. A new series for me to read. How great is that.
    smm3@bex.net

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  135. Sounds great and perfect for the cool weather coming up...thank you for the contest. I would love the book.
    Marilyn ewatvess@yahoo.com

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