Myers also writes reviews of other books at the online crime and thriller magazine Shots.
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Amy Myers born 3 August is a British mystery writer. She is best known for her Marsh and Daughter mystery series, featuring a writing team consisting of a wheel-chair bound ex-policeman and his daughter, and for another series featuring a Victorian era chef, Auguste Didier.
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Myers published her first mystery , Murder in Pug's Parlor, in. The casebook contains the first four Marsh and Daughter mysteries: Master chef Auguste Didier has to track down the murderer before murder strikes again.
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