Karen’s Killer Fixin’s with SEWN MEAN #Psychological #Thriller by Ashby Frost & Crespin Frost #Recipe ~ Old Oven Peach Cobbler


Welcome to my Friday bonus feature called Karen’s Killer Fixin’s **Author Special**!! Today, in lieu of one of my own recipes, I’m going to introduce you to a new author who will share one of her favorite recipes. Not only will you and I occasionally learn how to make something new and delicious, but we’ll get a chance to check out some wonderful authors. Introducing author, ASHBY FROST & CRESPIN FROST, and Ashby’s favorite recipe for OLD OVEN PEACH COBBLER!

Psychological Thriller


“Dixie Lee snaps and takes matters into her own hands by exacting an act of revenge so jaw-droppingly gruesome that she leaves their small town in utter shock!

Jimmy Buchanan worked in a coal mine in Wyoming. He is known best for his hot temper, drinking, and chasing women. The small town was in disbelief that Jimmy had set his sights on young Dixie Lee. Before Dixie Lee knew it, she was uprooted out of her parent’s farmhouse and into Jimmy’s run-down shack of a house. The rumor in town is that Dixie Lee’s father traded her to Jimmy for an old used tractor. After years of dealing with Jimmy’s drinking, skirting around with other women, physical and emotional abuse… Dixie Lee snaps and takes matters into her own hands by exacting an act of revenge so jaw-droppingly gruesome that she leaves their small town in utter shock!

SEWN MEAN is a riveting thriller that will rock the depths of your core. Indulge yourself inside the story of Dixie Lee Buchanan, who has suffered domestic violence at the hands of her alcoholic husband Jimmy for many years. A switch snaps inside her one day, forcing the hidden serial killer living within her to the forefront. Follow as Dixie tries to stay one step ahead of the homicide detective that is hell-bent on finding his killer, who is leaving a wake of gruesome murders behind them. Can he catch Dixie before she sews mean again?

Graphic Content. Erotic Situations. Domestic Violence Triggers.

Psychological Thriller


“Dix, untie me now!”

Dixie’s hands begin to tremble, and her dark thoughts spin around inside her mind as the anger of him calling her Dix wells up within her chest like a rabid dog, “I told you if you call me Dix again, I’d kill you, did you think I was joking?”

Bruce’s eyes go wide.

“Did YOU?!” Dixie screams!

“Yeh, Yes, I did!” He answers as fear rises into his throat.

“Yeh, yeh, yes! Spit it out, Bruce!” Dixie yells sarcastically.

Bruce lowers his head to collect his thoughts and devise a plan to get Dixie to let him go. “Dixie, who is Jimmy? Can I be Jimmy?”

Dixie’s face contorts to an evil he’s never seen before, and genuine fear has now set into Bruce.

“Do you want to be Jimmy?” Dixie asks calmly.

Bruce, thinking he’s going to outsmart her, answers, “Yes, I want to be Jimmy, baby.”

Dixie Lee’s face becomes red with the agitation of his answer. She rubs the back of her neck as she contemplates her next move. She abruptly walks past him into the building when she spots a piece of heavy steel about a foot and a half long; she bends down and grabs it off the floor, holding it tightly into her grasp, and returns to where Bruce is sitting in the chair trying to figure out how to get his hands untied.

Dixie has the steel down her side and walks up to Bruce bending into his face, “You really want to be Jimmy, baby?”

Bruce reluctantly nods his head yes.

“I can’t hear you!” Dixie taunts.

“Yes, Dix, I want to be Jimmy!” Bruce is unaware his reverse psychology isn’t working on Dixie.

Dixie bends in, kissing him on his cheek, and then whispers, “Jimmy was my husband, and I murdered him!”

About Authors Ashby & Crespin Frost…

Crespin Frost is a Native American indie author who writes thriller and horror short stories and novels. He’s co-writing with thriller author Ashby Frost on short stories and novels. Crespin is working on a few horror novels releasing in 2023. Crespin resides with his high school sweetheart wife and their dog Odie in North Central Texas on the popular Lake Texoma. He loves to fish and BBQ and enjoys tinkering and building different things.

About Ashby & Crespin:

If you’re looking for authors that will give you a suspenseful thriller with a dash of murder and a taste of horror, Ashby & Crespin Frost have crossed many boundaries with their writing to ensure their readers have an unforgettable reading experience. Full of twists and turns, steamy erotic situations, and a story so intense and wicked that it keeps its readers’ craving every word and coming back for more… then you will love Frost Thrillers!

They never use the same old murder weapons or plots you can read about all day long elsewhere. Their stories are more graphic and intense by using an unordinary killer, a weapon that is not practical, and a victim willing to try and save their own life by digging deep into their soul for strength.

Ashby & Crespin’s short stories, novellas & novels are jam-packed with a punch from beginning to end! If you’re interested in reading a raw-to-the-point murder suspense thriller/ horror with some erotic spice, then you have come to the right place!


Links to Ashby & Crespin’s website, blog, books, #ad etc.:

Book Pre Order:
IG – @frostthrillers


I hope you enjoy the recipe Ashby is sharing today on Karen’s Killer Fixin’s. Happy Eating!


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1 can peaches, sliced, drained
1 cup Bisquick mix
1 cup milk
½ tsp. nutmeg
½ tsp. cinnamon
½ cup melted butter
1 cup sugar
Vanilla Ice Cream (optional)


Preheat oven 375 degrees.

In an 8” x 8” baking dish, stir together the Bisquick mixture, milk, nutmeg, and cinnamon until well combined. Stir in melted butter.

In bowl, blend sugar and peaches. Pour peaches on cobbler’s crust.

Bake for 45 minutes to an hour, or until crust is golden. Put vanilla ice cream on top. Enjoy!

[Recipe by Easy Dinner Recipes]


**Special Giveaway**
 Ashby is giving away a signed print copy (U.S. Only) or an unsigned print copy (International) of SEWN MEAN to one lucky reader who comments on her Karen’s Killer Fixin’s blog.

Happy Reading!


Thanks, Ashby & Crespin, for sharing your book with us!

Don’t miss the chance to read this book!

15 thoughts on “Karen’s Killer Fixin’s with SEWN MEAN #Psychological #Thriller by Ashby Frost & Crespin Frost #Recipe ~ Old Oven Peach Cobbler”

  1. Good morning, Ashby and Crespin, and welcome to Karen’s Killer Fixin’s. Nothing like a crazed killer screaming with rage to set the heart race! Even better than coffee. LOL The operative word is “thriller”! Thanks for sharing your book with us today!

    Thanks, too, for the new recipe to add to my “Do” list when I get my kitchen up and running. Can’t wait to try it.

    1. Thank you for having us! We hope you enjoy our book and a nice warm bowl of peach cobbler curled up in a cozy blanket!

  2. Holy cow!
    This one is going for be one heck of a ride!

    Nice to meet the two of you.

    BTW, the recipe is one of my old standbys… I add a touch of almond extract to bring the peach flavor up a notch.

    1. Hello,
      I do that too, and I add a couple teaspoons of real sweet cream butter and brown sugar before I put the crust on top and it’s extremely delicious! I hope you enjoy the recipe and our book would go wonderfully with a heated bowl of peach cobbler with can milk over the top, that’s how my grandpa used to eat it and it’s scrumptious! ~ Ashby

    1. The recipe is one of my all time favs! I remember when I was fifteen my hubs Crespin’s momma taught me to make it and after him and I married as teens it was my go to dessert and his favorite. Our book is a thriller, not horror, but it’s chilling and spine tingling and perfect for a Halloween read.

  3. Hi your book sounds like a great read! Thank you so much for sharing your Peach Cobbler recipe , Peach Cobbler is my favorite. Have a great weekend and stay safe.

  4. Ooh, I’m salivating just thinking about warm peach cobbler a la mode. Thanks for the recipe, and good luck on the book tour!

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