Merry Christmas from Camel Press!

Looking for Christmas-themed stories? Here are two Regency romance story collections by award-winning author Carla Kelly and a mystery in Robert J. Ray‘s classic hard-boiled Matt Murdock series. If you love Carla’s Christmas stories, check out Camel Press’s reprints of her other Regencies as well as her historical romances set in the Santa Fe area.…

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Five Dog Voodoo, by Lia Farrell

Five Dog Voodoo, by Lia Farrell As Halloween approaches, engaged couple Mae December and Sheriff Ben Bradley have devoted all their energy to Ben’s campaign for reelection as sheriff of Rose County, Tennessee. The race is already too close to call when the sheriff’s office is hit with yet another maddeningly tricky murder case. In…

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An Act of Murder, by Mary Angela

An Act of Murder, by Mary Angela In the sleepy college town of Copper Bluff, South Dakota, English professor Emmeline Prather is enjoying the start of a new semester. But when one of her students dies working on the fall musical, it disrupts life on the small, quiet campus. Although the police rule the death…

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Mud Bog Murder, by Lesley A. Diehl

Mud Bog Murder, by Lesley A. Diehl When Jenny McCleary leases her property to be ravaged by the annual mud bog races, the small rural town of Sabal Bay, Florida, is divided into warring camps: environmental activists versus monster truck fans. Jenny, who frequents the consignment store owned by Eve Appel and her friend Madeleine,…

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Homicide in the House, by Colleen J. Shogan

Homicide in the House, by Colleen J. Shogan Kit Marshall has bounced back from her first brush with the law, when she was suspected of murdering her senator boss. Now she is working for a freshman congresswoman, Maeve Dixon, a young Gulf War veteran representing North Carolina. It’s February, and Kit is feeling out of…

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Four Dog’s Sake, by Lia Farrell

Four Dog’s Sake, by Lia Farrell On a hot, humid July 4th evening in Rosedale, Tennessee, a young man is dead on arrival at the hospital where Dr. Lucy Ingram works. Lucy recalls the affable young man, Chester Willis, from an earlier visit. The death is pronounced a suicide from an overdose of the insulin…

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A Sporting Murder, by Lesley A. Diehl

A Sporting Murder, by Lesley A. Diehl It’s smooth sailing for Eve Appel and her friend Madeleine, owners of Second to None Consignment Shop in rural Florida’s Sabal Bay, land of swamps, cowboys, and lots and lots of ’gators. Eve and her detective boyfriend Alex have joined Madeleine and her new beau David Wilson for…

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Three Eve Appel Short Mysteries, by Lesley A. Diehl

“The Little Redheaded Girl is my Friend”: Eve Appel was an original long before she bought her clothing consignment store in rural Florida. After her parents are killed in a boating accident, she goes to live with her grandmother, “Grandy,” in Connecticut. Already a trendsetter, Eve is also taller and braver than most of her…

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Side Trip to Kathmandu, by Marie Moore

Side Trip to Kathmandu, by Marie Moore Sidney Marsh’s job as a New York travel agent is on the line. On her last two tours, she and her colleague Jay ended up smack in the middle of murder and mayhem. Their sleuthing sideline did not endear them to their employer, Itchy Feet Travel, so naturally…

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Three Dog Day, by Lia Farrell

Three Dog Day, by Lia Farrell It’s bitter cold in Rosedale, Tennessee, the most frigid January in decades. The kind of chill they used to describe as requiring sleeping with three dogs just to make it through the night. Mae December has found yet another body, this one on the banks of the Little Harpeth…

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