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That’s Amore

February 22, 2015

I saw first saw Moonstruck  when it released 25 years ago and just adored it. While I am a sucker for romantic comedies of any type, what a joy it was to watch a film about Italians that did not involve guns, back room deals, or kisses of death planted on unsuspecting lips. (Unless you count Nicolas Cage catching Cher completely off-guard with that first smooch.) I watched it again .... Continue reading »


“A tightly plotted whodunit that will have readers guessing right to the end”

Helen Beglin, New Jersey Monthly on The Wedding Soup Murder

More News From Rosie:

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    August 31, 2014

    The September issue of New Jersey Monthly includes a wonderful review of The Wedding Soup Murder in its Garden Variety section. You can sneak a peek at it here!

  • Murder and Marinara a Daphne Finalist!

    May 24, 2014

    Just learned that M and M is a finalist for a Daphne du Maurier Award sponsored by the Kiss of Death Chapter of the RWA. Honored and thrilled!

  • “Characters That Bounce Right Off the Page”

    April 6, 2014

    So says Roberta Alexander of the Contra Costa Times in California, who reviews Murder and Marinara with such esteemed company as J.A. Jance and Charles Finch.