Book Of The Day – Two Wrongs Dont Make A Write

by Greg on November 1, 2011

Today’s Book Of The Day is Book 2 of the Cassandra Ellis Mystery series. Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Write by Cathy Wiley is $3.99!

The first book of the series, Dead to Writes, was very popular among ENT readers and has a great 4.3 star rating. If you liked Dead To Writes, make sure to check out Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Write!

“I love a book that grabs my interest and keeps it to the end. I also love a book I can curl up on the couch and get comfortable with. I could relate to the characters and want to know them better. This book had me guessing to the very end. Great job!! I’m looking forward to the next!” C.A. Bennett – Review from Dead To Writes

Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Write
by Cathy Wiley
Category: Mystery
Price: $3.99
Visit Cathy Wiley’s website


Author Cassie Ellis wants to meet her boyfriend’s father, even though he thinks it’s a bad idea. Detective James Whittaker does his best to avoid contact with his father after a city-wide scandal made the elder Whittaker retire from the Baltimore Police force in shame.

When Whittaker’s father is suddenly accused of killing the very police officer that exposed his past crimes, Cassie decides to investigate personally. Not only to clear the already tarnished reputation of the man she hopes to call her father-in-law, but also to mend the void between father and son.

Since this is a brand new book there are no reviews yet but here are some reviews from the first book in the series, Dead to Writes:

Cassandra Ellis, the protagonist of Dead to Writes, is just the “write” mix of quirky personality, kick ass attitude, self-doubt, smarts, and humor. Combine that mix with her wit and charm and she’s off, and no hunky, well-dressed, police detective will stop her despite the physical attraction between them!

It was nice to see the author has another book in the works and plans a series of books featuring her writer/sleuth. In the meantime, add this one to your reading stack.


Cassie and James have definite chemistry, and their growing attraction is developed with a sure hand. In addition, Cassie’s best friend Michelle, her agent Aaron, her cat Donner, fellow-author and psychic Linda, and especially Whittaker’s partner Freeman, are engaging and vividly drawn characters I can’t wait to meet again.

I’m looking forward to the next title from Cathy Wiley’s pen!


Move over Nancy Drew, Jessica Fletcher, Jane Marple, and yes, even Stephanie Plum — there’s a new sleuth in town and she’s moving to the top of the list of likeable female sleuths. Cathy Wiley hits it out of the park with her first foray into the cozy, murder mystery genre by presenting an imperfect, yet very likeable heroine who writes murder mysteries and manages to solve them at the same time.

Get Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Write here: Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Write

About The Author

Cathy Wiley is happiest when plotting stories in her head or on the computer, or when she’s delving into research.

She draws upon her experience in the hospitality business to show the lighter, quirkier side of people and upon her own morbid mind to show the darker side.

In her free time, she enjoys scuba diving, dancing, wine, food, and reading. She lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland, with two very spoiled cats.

Visit her website at

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Cathy Wiley and ENT appreciate it.

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