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Explore the books in the Vivienne Finch Magical Mysteries Series...

Trussed to Kill: Book Four of the Vivienne Finch Magical Mysteries

With a very busy summer behind her, Vivienne Finch is looking forward to her first year hosting a small, yet tastefully elegant, Thanksgiving dinner. With the guest list topping out at four, she is confident she can pull off a beautiful occasion that would look worthy in any home entertaining magazine article. Before she has […]

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Body Bags & Blarney: Book Three of the Vivienne Finch Magical Mysteries

After a long winter season, Vivienne Finch and the residents of Cayuga Cove are just itching to put away the snow blowers and shovels for good and welcome the return of spring. With preparations underway for the annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade and Luck of the Irish Carnival, members of the Shoreline Baptist Church prepare […]

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Latest Updates from J.D.


J.D. Shaw will be signing copies of his most recent novel, ‘Trussed to Kill’, at the Mad Hatter’s Café (420 S. Main St. Athens, PA 18810) on Saturday, May 14th from noon to 1pm. There will be copies of all four books in the series available for purchase on site or bring your prior-purchased copy into […]

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Book Signing: September 27th!

Hello everyone! I just wanted to let you know that the first book signing for ‘Body Bags & Blarney’ is planned for Saturday, September 27th at the Mad Hatter Café & Co-Op in Athens, PA from 2 – 3PM. For those you of you who have never been to the Mad Hatter Café, you are […]

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T2C2 Convention wrapup and other news!

Hi everyone!   The Twin Tiers Comic-Con held in Elmira, NY at the First Arena was simply amazing. Although the paperbacks for ‘Body Bags & Blarney’ were unable to arrive in time for the event, I was still able to meet some familiar faces and quite a few new ones during the weekend event. Copies […]

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About J.D.

J.D. Shaw has always been drawn to the creative arts and all things spooky, even as a young child. Good grades eluded him in art class because no matter what the subject, he would always add a skeleton, pumpkin, witch, or bat into the mix. Why? Because he loved Halloween more than any other holiday and his mother has the picture of him at four years old kissing his carved pumpkin goodnight to prove it! Read More...