Wonderful News!

DEATH OVERDUE is a nominee for an Agatha award for Best Contemporary Novel!!

Death Overdue by Allison Brook
Praise for Death Overdue:

"A 'spirited' start to a fun new mystery series that kept me guessing to the end. Ghosts, libraries, and cats--all my favorite cozy things fill the pages of Death Overdue."​

Diane A.S. Stuckart,

 NYT bestselling author of

the Black Cat Bookshop mysteries

(written as Ali Brandon)

A Murderer Among Us | Marilyn Levinson

A Murderer Among Us: A Twin Lakes Mystery, Book 1 

Murder a l Christie | Marilyn Levinson

Murder a la Christie:

The Golden Age of Mystery Book Club Mysteries 1

Murderer In the Air | Marilyn Levinson

Murder in the Air: A Twin Lakes Mystery, Book 2

Giving Up the ghost | Marilyn Levinson

Giving Up The Ghost​

Murder the Tey Way | Marilyn Levinson

Murder the Tey Way:

The Golden Age of Mystery Book Club Mysteries 2

Young Adult
Rufus and Magic Run Amok | Marilyn Levinson

Rufus and Magic Run Amok

Gettig back to normal | Marilyn Levinson

Getting Back to Normal

And don't bring Jeremy | Marilyn Levinson

And Don't Bring Jeremy

No boys allowed | Marilyn Levinson

No Boys Allowed

The devil's pawn | Marilyn Levinson

The Devil's Pawn

Romantic Suspense
dangerous relations | Marilyn Levinson

Dangerous Relations

From Marilyn:
"I was a bookworm from the moment I learned how to read. I devoured Nancy Drews, Judy Boltons, and Trixie Beldons – sometimes two books in one day. Was it any wonder I ended up writing mysteries?
Growing up in Brooklyn, New York, I dreamed of becoming a ballerina or a writer. I practiced my pirouettes and penned short stories. My family moved to Long Island, where I continued to write stories until I was discouraged by a high school English teacher.
Turned off to writing, I continued to read voraciously in college and concentrated on my major, Spanish. I studied in Mexico and Spain, intent on becoming fluent in the language. I taught high school Spanish, married my dentist husband, and we started a family. When our two sons were small, I found myself drawn back to writing fiction.
A writer is a writer forever. We may have more than our share of disappointments, but the rewards are many – knowing you bring joy to readers; sharing the camaraderie and support of your fellow scribes. Writing is a way of life, one I wouldn’t relinquish for anything."