Monthly Archives: December 2019

Chocolate Peanut Butter Frozen Pie

“As planned, Olly and another employee started strolling through the café giving out small samples of the Chocolate Banana Nut-Butter frozen pie Ruthie had created. Customers oohed and aahed, commented on the pie’s creaminess, marveled that it was low in sugar, and asked for the recipe.” Smothered: A Whipped and Sipped Mystery, DX Varos 2021

Rebecca Clarren on Gas Kickdowns, Losing Control of the Land, and the People we Love

[vc_section][vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text] The Author Discusses her New Novel Kickdown on the New Books Network G. P. Gottlieb speaks to journalist and author Rebecca Clarren about her new novel Kickdown (Arcade, 2018) as well life in the rural west and what it feels like for a community to lose control of the land, water, and people they love. When Jackie […]

Sniffing out crime, one muffin at a time

“When I started getting better…I thought that if I survive, I would write and publish a book.” In G. P. Gottlieb’s debut whodunit, Battered: A Whipped and Sipped Mystery, sleuth Alene Baron co-owns and -operates a café in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood with her best friend and old college roommate, the Jewish-identified Ruthie Blum Rosin. The two […]