From the Booking Desk:

BOLO Books has been fortunate to have hosted the cover reveal for several of the books in Leigh Perry’s Family Skeleton Mystery series. I have been an obsessed fan of these books from the beginning. You can find my reviews of some of the earlier books at the end of this post. In the meantime, I am happy to present to you the delightful cover of The Skeleton Makes a Friend. Once you see how much fun this looks, you are going to want to read it, so pre-order links are provided for your convenience. Sid wants to be your friend!

Jacket Copy:

Georgia Thackery is feeling pretty good about her summer job teaching at prestigious Overfeld College, and she’s renting a rustic cabin right by a lake for herself, her daughter, Madison, and her best friend, Sid the Skeleton. Together again, the trio are enjoying the quiet when a teenager named Jen shows up looking for her friend. Georgia doesn’t recognize the name, but she learns that the person Jen was looking for is actually Sid.

Sid reveals that he and Jen are part of a regular online gaming group that formed locally, and one of their members has gone missing. Sid admits that he might have bragged about his investigative prowess, enough so that Jen wants him to find their missing player. Given that Sid doesn’t have many friends IRL—none, really, unless you count the Thackery family—Georgia agrees to help him search. They manage to discreetly enlist Jen, who lives in town, and follow the clues to… a dead buddy. Now they’ve got a killer on their hands. Probing the life of Sid’s friend, they realize a lot is wrong both on campus and in the seemingly quaint town, and someone doesn’t want them looking deeper.

Pre-Order Links: Indiebound, Amazon:, B&N

Reviews of the Family Skeleton Series:

A Skeleton in the Family

The Skeleton Takes a Bow

The Skeleton Paints a Picture

From the Booking Desk:

Readers, if you haven’t given the Family Skeleton Mystery Series a chance, you really must. It’s a wonderful blend of traditional, cozy and paranormal mystery elements wrapped in a touching family sitcom. Not to mention it contains some of the funniest puns you will every hear. Sid has been my friend for years, but now he wants to be your friend as well.