Peppermint Cream Die, by Carol E. Ayer Kayla Jeffries, home bakery owner and HSP (Highly Sensitive Person), has arranged her life just so to avoid stressful overstimulation. The California oceanside community in which she lives proves the perfect venue for the quiet and peaceful existence she desires. She happily spends her time baking, walking along…

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Write to Die, by Susan Richards Best-selling author, Ethan Miller, hasn’t given an interview in over ten years. So why now? Why is he finally willing to break his silence? Those probably would have been good questions for investigative reporter, Jessica Kallan, to ask before she went traipsing off to Ethan’s secluded estate in Southern…

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Daughter of the Heart, by Robin Strachan Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Carrie Nelson has just married the man of her dreams, handsome trauma surgeon Dr. Nate Holden. The couple lives and works on the Blackfeet reservation near Glacier National Park. They are anxious to start a family, but success eludes them. After a Blackfoot newborn…

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All Done With It, by Maggie Toussaint A Jane Doe jogger homicide mear the swamp mystifies Dreamwalker Baxley Powell. The petite woman carried no ID, and no one recognizes her. Worse, a shadows passes from the body to a deputy, rendering him unconscious. The deputy and the corpse are dispatched to the hospital and morgue,…

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Dreamed It, by Maggie Toussaint Justice for the dead and solace for the living is Baxley Powell’s creed, but she faces uncharted territory. The Suitcase Killer has struck again, onlt this big city menace is now a problem for Baxley’s hometown. As that investigation heats up, a local woman is reported missing. The sheriff orders…

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Larceny at the Library, by Colleen Shogan Congressional chief of staff Kit Marshall is finally figuring out what it takes to work for a newly minted committee chair in the House of Representatives. After a swanky evening soiree at the Library of Congress, Kit’s husband Doug, discovers the body of a high-ranking librarian inside a…

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Murder on Sugar Street, by Jean Harrington Good ol’ boy Carl Huggins wants to unload the Chocolate Moose, a big, brown Victorian manse on Sugar Street. Realtor Honey Ingersoll knows the abandoned old wreck will be a tough sell. Bad enough that the Moose was once the town’s bordello, now a skeleton has been discovered…

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Nearly Departed, by Lesley A. Diehl Tired of sitting surveillance on insurance fraud, apprentice PI Eve Appel Egret gets her first big case, one where the outcome is important and personal. Eve’s best friend Madeleine has few relatives, so her Uncle Angus is special, but someone is determined to kill him and has tried several…

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Best of Luck, by Corinne Scott Crew Costa isn’t Irish, but for a kid from the school of hard knocks, he’s had the luck of the Irish with his chain of faux-Irish pubs, O’Shaughnessy’s Shenanigans. Number 13 is set to open in time for St. Patrick’s Day. The Bronx is already the site of several…

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Murder on Pea Pike, by Jean Harrington Fresh off her ex-boyfriend’s Harley and determined to remake herself, Honey Ingersoll snags a job with handsome Sam Ridley, Eureka Falls’ biggest realtor. She’s thrilled, but her troubles are far from over. During the sale of an abandoned farmhouse, she stumbles over the body of a young woman…

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