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Julie Hyzy

About Julie Hyzy

Anthony and Barry Award winner Julie Hyzy is the New York Times bestselling author of the White House Chef Mystery series featuring the intrepid Olivia (Ollie) Paras, and the Manor House Mystery series featuring mansion curator Grace Wheaton.

Released Jan. 2016, the latest White House Chef mystery is Foreign Éclairs.... Learn more.

Coming June 2016, the newest Manor House mystery, Grace Sees Red... Learn more.


Praise for Julie Hyzy's novels:

State of the Onion, first in the White House Chef Mystery series:
"A compulsively readable whodunit full of juicy behind-the-Oval-Office details, flavorful characters, and a satisfying side dish of red herrings..."

~ Publishers Weekly

Grace Under Pressure, first in the Manor House Mystery series:
"Hyzy creates the well-researched and believable estate of Marshfield Manor, part mansion and part museum...Well-drawn characters like busybody secretary Frances, handsome landscape architect Jack, and stalking wannabe Ronny are supported by lively subplots, laying series groundwork to rival Marshfield Manor's own elaborate structure."

~ Publishers Weekly, STARRED REVIEW

To schedule a booksigning or author appearance, please contact Dana Kaye at dana@kayepublicity.com.

Manhattan Mayhem

June 2, 2015

ISBN: 978-1594747618

Best-selling suspense novelist Mary Higgins Clark invites you on a tour of Manhattan's most iconic neighborhoods in this anthology of all-new stories from the Mystery Writers of America. From the Flatiron District (Lee Child) and Greenwich Village (Jeffery Deaver) to Little Italy (T. Jefferson Parker) and Chinatown (S.J. Rozan), you'll encounter crimes, mysteries, and riddles large and small. Illustrated with iconic photography of New York City and packaged in a handsome hardcover, Manhattan Mayhem is a delightful read for armchair detectives and armchair travelers alike!

Julie Hyzy invites readers to visit Central Park's Alice in Wonderland statue in her short story, "White Rabbit."

Note: The White House painting at the top of the page was created specifically for this website by Robyn Hyzy.