WeFlippedcoverlcome to Maddie Day’s web site. She writes the Country Store Mysteries from Kensington Publishing. Please see her alter-ego Edith Maxwell’s web site for complete information.

Flipped for Murder features Robbie Jordan and Pans ‘N Pancakes, her country store restaurant in fictional South Lick, Indiana. When she remodels the store full of antique cookware and turns it into a local breakfast and lunch establishment, she doesn’t plan to have murder on the menu. But small-town secrets and bitter rivalries put sand in the batter and before Robbie knows it, her new life is a lot more complicated than she had expected.

What a terrific debut! This deliciously clever cozy–set in a deceptively charming little town–is fresh, intelligent and delightful. A winner! -Hank Phillippi Ryan  Agatha, Anthony, Macavity and Mary Higgins Clark award winning author

You’ll flip for this mouth-watering new series. In FLIPPED FOR MURDER, Maddie Day serves up a tasty mystery with a side of scenic country charm. Chef Robbie Jordan is smart, quick-witted, and determined to make her Pans ’n Pancakes café a success. Stir in secrets from the past, a dollop of blackmail, a cast of credible suspects, and a cat named Birdy for a delicious read. The rolling hills of southern Indiana never looked so inviting—or so dangerous. – Leslie Budewitz, two-time Agatha Award winning author of the Food Lovers’ Village Mysteries

An inspiration for the series, the Story General Store in Story, Indiana.

An inspiration for the series, the Story General Store in Story, Indiana.

The first book in the series, Flipped for Murder came out in late October. Book Two, Grilled for Murder, will release in late May and is available for preorder everywhere.


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  1. Hi, We had lots of general stores in Virginia when I was first married. They were wonderful places for catching up on neighborhood news and gossip, and a great resource for local information. Unfortunately they’re dying out there one by one. There were ones that made their own yummy ice cream and even ones that had moonshine under the counter. I miss them a lot! I even wrote about them in our family memoir because they were such a part of our lives. The people who ran the stores tended to be very community minded and helpful. I’m looking forward to reading “Flipped for Murder.” A country store is a perfect place to set a series!


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