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Kathryn Elizabeth Jones


Kathryn is always up for a great mystery. As a teen, she enjoyed Nancy Drew Mysteries and often spent her afternoons and evenings reading the next book over spending time with friends or doing her homework. She also loves shoes, in all their varieties. Her last book in the Susan Cramer Mystery series, Over Easy, gave Brianne James just the nudge she needed to start her own series, with her own mysteries to solve. Tie Died is the first book in this new series, one that promises to take teen readers on their own search for romance, top-secret clues, and a bit of undercover fun.

Books by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones

Mooseberry Mooseberry Gooseberry Pie - Book cover

Mooseberry Mooseberry Gooseberry Pie is silly sensational fun! Whether the fun is swimming in the summer heat, singing the next up-and-coming hit, or holding your feet up from dancing too long, expect your favorite moose to be doing it! The nonsensical rhyming wordplay by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones, as well as the vivid watercolor illustrations by Cheryl J. Sachse, make this delightful book something to read often, whether you’re being read to, or tackling the fun words on your own!

Fiction > Children
Tie Died - Book cover

When 18-year-old Brianne James discovers a murdered young girl at Montgomery Park – a 15-year-old who has been left for dead in the icy snow – there is only one thing she can do: search for the killer. Brianne has a nose for sleuthing. She can connect with people; even scary people like Jordan Elspie. She has the smarts to solve even the most underhanded crime, and she can solve it with or without the help of the police or her parents.

Fiction > Mystery & Thrillers
The Gift: A Parable of the Key (book) by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones

After the death of their only child, it was time for Virginia and Richard to truly act on the power held within the five stones. But their healing was taking a long time, and, quite frankly, proving to be an empty vessel needing to be filled.

Non Fiction > Inspirational
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David gathered 5 smooth stones to meet and defeat Goliath. What did these stones represent and how can you use them to conquer your Goliaths in your own personal quests? Ms. Virginia Bean will show you how. Travel with her on her own personal journey. See what she does. Learn how she grows. Discover what she becomes. "Conquering your Goliaths - A Parable of the Five Stones" is for anyone desiring to travel beyond mediocrity, pain and fear.

Non Fiction > Inspirational