Marla Cooper

Marla Cooper was astonished when, at the age of eighteen, she realized people could actually get paid to write things. So she switched her major from business to advertising and began her writing career as an advertising copywriter. After moving to San Francisco, she became a freelancer so that she could take advantage of perks like working in her pajamas, and, now, she writes a little bit of everything, including travel writing and the occasional haiku. Marla Cooper is a pseudonym.

  • Terror in Taffeta

    By Marla Cooper

    Read by Romy Nordlinger

    A Mystery

    McKenna must solve a murder when a bridesmaid-zilla drops dead during a wedding she planned.

    "The book is smart and witty, and respectable as a whodunit, but theater and television actress Nordlinger turns Kelsey's self-deprecating narration into something even more delightful, a stand-up routine that is entertaining and often hilarious." - Publishers Weekly

    Released March 22, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Dying on the Vine

    By Marla Cooper

    Read by Romy Nordlinger

    A Mystery

    McKenna finds another tragedy in paradise, as a destination wedding veers from festive to fatal.

    "The second in this cozy series offers both a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into making the perfect wedding and a surprisingly tricky mystery." - Kirkus Reviews

    Released March 28, 2017
    English, Unabridged