Spotlight on the Callie’s Kitchen series by Jenny Kales (plus giveaway!)

Jenny Kales is the author of The Callie’s Kitchen Mystery Series, featuring Greek-American Calliope Costas, feisty food business owner and amateur sleuth, who lives in a scenic Wisconsin town with colorful characters and a high murder rate! Each book contains several delicious recipes, both Greek and American.

ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK is the debut book in the series, followed by SPICED AND ICED, SECRETS AND PIES, and a NEW BOXED SET. A STEW TO A KILL, Book 4 in the Callie’s Kitchen Mystery series, is now available for the Kindle and in paperback.

Jenny is an avid reader, cook and baker.  She is addicted to mystery TV shows like Miss Fisher and Midsomer Murders. Jenny lives just outside of Chicago with her husband, two daughters and one cute but demanding Yorkshire terrier. She’s hard at work on additional writing projects including more Callie’s Kitchen Mysteries and a new series. 

To buy the series: Amazon Author Page

Giveaway!

Jenny has been kind enough to offer one copy, paperback or Kindle edition, of any one of the Callie’s Kitchen mystery series. (US shipping only) Just leave a comment below with your favorite scenic town to visit. Make sure to leave your email address, or use the contact me form on the Book Review Policy page to send me your email address if you aren’t comfortable leaving it below. It will only be used to contact the winner!

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Keep up with author news for Jenny Kales by following her on social media:

Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/jennykalesmysteryauthor

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennykales_author/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Jenny_Kales

Visit her website at https://jennykales.wordpress.com/

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9 thoughts on “Spotlight on the Callie’s Kitchen series by Jenny Kales (plus giveaway!)

  1. Bayfield, WI it’s a little town on Lake Superior that has a ferry to Madeline Island, they string lights on it at Christmas. The town is snow covered at this time of the year, and all of the shops are decorated for Christmas, a quaint little town untouched by the commercialization.

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  2. Up by Lake Superior in Wisconsin so many lakes and waterfalls. You can walk on the ice to go to caves. Beautiful up there. I’m in Wisconsin too but at least 6 hours from there.

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