Order of Lucy Burdette Books
Lucy Burdette is an American author of cozy mystery novels. She writes the Key West Food Critic Mysteries, and has also written the Golf Lover’s Mysteries and Advice Column Mysteries (as Roberta Islieb). She is a clinical psychologist. Lucy is a member of the Mystery Writers of America as well as the Sisters of Crime – the latter of which she has served as President for.
Lucy Burdette made her debut as a published novelist in 2002 with the novel Six Strokes Under, writing as Roberta Isleib. Her debut as Lucy Burdette came in 2012 with the novel An Appetite for Murder, beginning her Key West Food Critic Mysteries series. Below is a list of Lucy Burdette’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Golf Lover’s Mysteries Books
|Six Strokes Under||(2002)|
|A Buried Lie||(2003)|
|Putt to Death||(2004)|
|Fairway to Heaven||(2005)|
Publication Order of Advice Column Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Key West Food Critic Mysteries Books
|An Appetite for Murder||(2012)|
|Death in Four Courses||(2012)|
|Murder with Ganache||(2014)|
|Death with All the Trimmings||(2014)|
Note: The Golf Lover’s Mysteries and Advice Column Mysteries series were written as Roberta Isleib.
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Lucy Burdette Synopsis: In Six Strokes Under by Roberta Isleib (aka Lucy Burdette), Cassandra Burdette went from carrying clubs on the PGA tour to she’s swinging them at the Qualifying School for the LPGA Tour. The competition is tough, but the standout so far is Kaitlin Rupert, whose talent and beauty are eclipsed only by her attitude. Though Kaitlin has a deeply troubled past and a very messy and public family scandal, any sympathy from other players has been used up by her hostile personality. But it’s still a shock when Kaitlin’s psychiatrist is found brutally murdered – and even more of a shock when the police look at Cassie as a number one suspect. Now, Cassie must avoid all the hazards as she tries to uncover who delivered the fatal stroke – if the killer doesn’t tee her up first.