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    Cindy Keen Reynders

Paws-itively Guilty

by: Cindy Keen Reynders

Book 2 in the Saucy Lucy Series

Lexie Lightfoot, owner of the Saucy Lucy Café, doesn’t have an ounce of law enforcement training in her body. However, due to previous escapades, she’s learned a thing or two about killers and their murderous tendencies.

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Cindy Keen Reynders was born in Portland, Oregon and has lived all over the United States and also in Japan. She has visited Canada, the Philippines, Samoa and New Zealand and the travels have given her an appreciation of other cultures.

Cindy enjoys crocheting, reading, garage sales and other hobbies along with volunteer work, which she performed with the Red Cross and numerous other charitable organizations. Writing has been, and always will be, the one true passion that lights a fire deep down in her soul. Growing up, she discovered she loved words and found that she had an aptitude for stringing them together into sentences.

Over the years, she has won or placed in various writing contests. She has also written for and edited numerous newsletters. Additionally, she has sold several non-fiction magazine articles to True West and Wild West. As she raised her children, she always found time to read to them and tried to instill her love of the written word into their lives. She hopes to carry on this tradition with her grandchildren.

Cindy currently lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming with her husband Rich whose family has lived in the state for generations. She has a grown daughter and son-in-law, two grown step-daughters and two grown sons.

At one time, she had three poodles that matched the color of her carpet. She now has one poodle-shih tzu mix that likes to “eat” the carpet. Add to the mix two granddaughters who keep everyone in stitches and as you can imagine, her home is filled with lots of love and laughter.

In addition to keeping track of her extended clan, which includes three sisters, two brothers, her father, step-mother and numerous nieces and nephews, Cindy works for Laramie County School District 1 (LCSD1) in Cheyenne. She is a marketing specialist in the district’s Community Relations department and writes feature articles for the LCSD1 Public Schools Chronicle, which has a circulation of approximately 40,000 readers. She has found that her family and friends inspire her to explore human nature and she believes this has enabled her to draw out all aspects of human behavior in her books.

Her future goals include being able travel more as time allows and to write, write, write. She constantly challenges herself to develop more entertaining plots, characters and settings. Nothing pleases her more than to be able to tell a good story. If it touches someone’s heartstrings and makes them laugh or cry, then she knows she's done her job.

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Overview

Lexie Lightfoot, owner of the Saucy Lucy Café, doesn’t have an ounce of law enforcement training in her body. However, due to previous escapades, she’s learned a thing or two about killers and their murderous tendencies.

When Lexie and her sister, Lucy, find a friend who had gone missing buried in her rose garden, the sisters are devastated. Always ready to right a wrong, both siblings feel the need to take action. During their crime-solving spree, the sisters adopt an oversize canine investigator by the name of Lurch who will lend them a hand, actually a paw, in ferreting out the murderer.

As luck would have it, the sisters manage to rattle a few old skeletons and dig up secrets that folks would rather leave hidden in their closets. One clue leads to another and the sisters soon realize that some things are better left alone. The action really starts to simmer when Lexie and Lucy discover, to their horror, that a family member has been targeted for foul play. It’s now entirely up to them to keep evil from coming home to roost in their own backyards.

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Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2008
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“Cindy Keen Reynders provides a tale of both mystery and family drama. She proves once again that the only people you can count on for both the bad and the good are family, and she has a hilarious time doing it.” ~ Theresa, Novelspot (September 2, 2009)