Ritter Ames — USA TODAY Bestselling Mystery Author of the Bodies of Art Mysteries series and the Organized Mysteries series

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Because Counterfeit Conspiracies was on sale last month, and the sale on Marked Masters was this week, AND because a New Release in the Bodies of Art Mysteries is coming the end of next month–a la Bronzed Betrayals–I thought today would be a good time to open up the short story vault and pull out the short titles that fall in the timeframe between Marked Masters and Abstract Aliases. These stories have been posted here before, as I pull them out a time or two each year–usually around the holidays–and they will be returning to the vault again soon. 

You don’t have to have read the books to enjoy these short stories. Just like you don’t have to read these short stories to know what is going on in the novels. But reading all does give you a bigger picture of the series and characters, of course. Since both the Bodies of Art Mysteries short stories fall in the timeline after Marked Masters and before Abstract Aliases, they can offer a bit more info and fun in the months not covered in the novels. Plus, these stories are free–another win-win. Information in the Christmas story also alludes to facts that were used in the fourth Bodies of Art Mystery, Fatal Forgeries, which was released June 2017. The fifth book in the series, Bronzed Betrayals, has a June 26th release date and is currently available as a preorder from all booksellers.

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