The Moth Wasn’t Harmless, by Tara Ratzlaff

The Moth Wasn’t Harmless, by Tara Ratzlaff Twenty-eight-year-old Carmen Karlaff, owner of a native grass and wildflower seed farm in northwestern Minnesota, finds herself involved in another murder.  Marcy, an old friend, moves home along with her husband, Brian.  In the few short weeks Brian has been back he has angered everyone he comes into…

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The Dead Sang Off Key, by J. L. Buck

The Dead Sang Off Key, by J. L. Buck England, summer of 1813. Lady Anne Ashburn and her father are at Seaford, a seaside resort, recovering from her mother’s death. When the earl is called to Parliament in London, Anne becomes bored and explores nearby Singing Cave. Her maid is telling her tales of smugglers…

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Lucky Lady, by Paulla Hunter

Lucky Lady, by Paulla Hunter In this third book of Darcy Moreland Mysteries, intrepid TV investigative reporter, Darcy Moreland exposes a long-standing corruption scheme involving both city and state officials that causes murders, protests, a kidnapping, and the arrest of two members of the American Indian Movement. A bloody bison head was placed in front…

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Home Is the Sailor, by Lillian Marek

Home Is the Sailor, by Lillian Marek The naval Battle of Copenhagen cost Captain Will Dormer an eye and a leg. The battle to establish himself as Viscount Claremont of Belford Park could cost him his life. He feels completely at sea as owner of an estate, but his father and two brothers managed to…

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