In the Frame, by Lyn Farrell

In the Frame, by Lyn Farrell Wealthy widow Abigail Forester is reported missing by her nephew Jonathon. The Sheriff’s office’s investigation shows she’s still in Rosedale and they turf the case to Rosedale Investigations. Turns out, Abigail’s been staying with a friend to avoid Jonathon who’s been harassing her to inherit her estate. Abigail sets…

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Death of a Coupon Queen, by Jenna Harte

Death of a Coupon Queen, by Jenna Harte Things are look up for Sophie Parker who has settled into her new, poorer life in her small Blue Ridge town. She’s still working at the pirate-themed sports bar, the Booty Burgo, but also, she works a few hours a week doing children’s programming at the library,…

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Death on Sacred Ground, by Kathie Deviny

Death on Sacred Ground, by Kathie Deviny Seattle’s Grace Parish church, perched above the I-5 freeway in a historic neighborhood,faces a financial crisis. Its once-tottering bell tower has been repaired, and its MemorialGarden, the site of violent death, is once again a resting place for the ashes of the deceased of the parish. The Old…

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Return to the Shadows, by Marie Romero Cash

Return to the Shadows, by Marie Romero Cash Jemimah Hodge, forensic psychologist for Santa Fe County and her boyfriend, Detective Rick Romero, have finally decided to tie the knot. The wedding ceremony goes off without a hitch, but before the couple is scheduled to leave on their honeymoon a homicide surfaces on the outskirts of…

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The Appraiser, by R. Franklin James

The Appraiser, by R. Franklin James Remy Loh Bishop carries an old newspaper clipping with headlines labeling her as an incompetent forensic technician forced to resign under a cloud of supposed evidence tampering. Determined to prove her innocence, she secures a position as an appraiser for an auction house in the San Francisco Bay Area.…

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Babies, It’s Warm Inside, by Lia Farrell

Babies, It’s Warm Inside, by Lia Farrell It’s almost Christmas and Sheriff Ben Bradley and his wife, Mae, are expecting twins. All is quiet in Rosedale until elderly Mrs. Cooper falls off her porch. She is taken to Rosedale General and later dies. The Sheriff suspects foul play, but the Coroner disagrees, saying the cause…

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Larceny at the Library, by Colleen Shogan

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

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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Die Die Blackbird, by Teresa Trent

Die Die Blackbird, by Teresa Trent Nora Alexander is finding her job exciting as she welcomes paranormal investigators Jack and Daisy Foley to the Tunie Hotel. They are trying to contact the ghost of Sam Houston not only for their internet production but because it is reported there is a stash of Santa Anna’s gold…

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Motherless Child, by V.M. Burns

Motherless Child, by V.M. Burns When John Paul Rollins is murdered during his niece’s wedding reception, Detective RJ Franklin quickly realizes this case is going to be anything but routine. The list of people who wanted him dead includes just about everyone he’s ever known including the bride and groom. Can RJ put his personal…

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