Arvada author Helen Starbuck has won the 2018 12th annual National Indie Excellence Award for her mystery “The Mad Hatter's Son, An Annie Collins Mystery.” The book is an adult contemporary …
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Arvada author Helen Starbuck has won the 2018 12th annual National Indie Excellence Award for her mystery “The Mad Hatter's Son, An Annie Collins Mystery.” The book is an adult contemporary medical mystery set in Denver. The main character is an OR nurse who helps to solve the illness and murder of her best friend.
The book has also won a Colorado Independent Publisher's EVVY Merit Award and received a 10 out of 10-point review from the BookLife Prize Contest. This review pushed the book into the quarterfinals for the BookLife Prize, which will be announced in December.
The next book in the series No Pity In Death will debut Nov. 14. The books can be purchased in paperback at the Tattered Cover and The Book Bar in Denver. They can be purchased in ebook, paperback, and audiobook on Amazon. The audiobook may also be purchased on Audible and iTunes. Readers can visit the author's website at www.helenstarbuck.com.
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