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Boarding with Murder, by Kathleen Long When unemployed screenwriter Ali Winston arrives at the Sierra Pines B&B, nestled in California’s Lake Tahoe region, for a relaxing visit with her dear aunt, the trip instantly turns into a nightmare. Aunt Julia has died. Her eccentric, geriatric actor pals, the Bellwether siblings, are crying foul play, but…

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Crime in Cornwall, by Emma Dakin Claire Barclay is enthusiastic about her British Mystery Book Tour business. She enjoys taking her guests, usually from America, to the settings of mystery novels where bodies are long dead. Her neighbor’s plea for help to deal with a recently murdered well-known author unsettles her. She leaves the body…

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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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Hazards in Hampshire, by Emma Dakin Claire expected her hostess to be boring, not dead. A body in the pavilion is too much reality for tour guide Claire Barclay. Her tourists are intrigued, but Claire finds her position as a suspect highly uncomfortable. Claire Barclay returns to England from her last post in Seattle, finally…

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A Very Merry Murder, by Mary Angela It’s December in Copper Bluff, and from hillside to hallowed hall, everyone is merry–or will be as soon as semester break arrives. Students are studying, professors are grading, and Emmeline Prather is anticipating the university-sponsored holiday concert. Friend and colleague Lenny Jenkins will be accompanying the visiting quartet,…

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Murder on Moon Mountain, by Jean Harrington What happens when a hot property meets a cold corpse? Realtor Honey Ingersoll is thrilled to be selling Eureka Falls’ biggest mansion—until her client asks for a special favor. In the estate next door, the Velveteen Vixens, a group of bikini-clad housewives are shooting a pilot film for…

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Murder in the Crooked Eye Brewery, by J.C. Eaton Still kicking herself in the pants for ever getting married in the first place, twenty-something crime statistician Marcie Rayner does a turnaround. She divorces her philandering husband and trades her desk job in St. Paul, Minnesota, for a temporary role as an investigative assistant in New…

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Travellin’ Shoes, by V.M. Burns A house fire is extinguished to reveal the body of a choir director. The smell of gasoline points to murder. Thomas Warrendale was employed by First Baptist Church, where Detective RJ Franklin Jr. is a parishioner. Recovering from a car accident, RJ is on leave from the police force in…

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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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Double Play, by Jen Estes Team reporter Cat finally has her perfect lineup in Double Play. She’s reporting for the playoff-bound Buffalo Soldiers, she’s living large in a two-bedroom loft overlooking the Niagara River, and she’s sporting a diamond on her ring finger—nowhere as big as a baseball diamond, but big enough for her. Just…

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