Double Frame, by Kevin Doyle

Double Frame, by Kevin Doyle Sociology professor Felix Thayer is brilliant but hateful. A near-genius in his field, but impossible to get along with. When his colleague Michael Hartness is found murdered in his office, it doesn’t surprise anyone that Thayer is arrested for the crime. Everyone who knew the two men pretty much saw…

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Derailed, by Mary Keliikoa

Derailed, by Mary Keliikoa You haven’t heard of private detective Kelly Pruett yet, but she’s about to join ranks of mystery’s most clever and crafty female sleuths, such as Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Milhone, Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum or Alexander McCall Smith’s Precious Ramotswe. Pruett reflects the real dilemmas of modern women. Pruett must balance between…

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Squatter’s Rights by Kevin R. Doyle

Squatter’s Rights, by Kevin R. Doyle When private detective Sam Quinton sets out to solve the murders of a stripper and small-time gambler, he ends up in the middle of an organized crime war, testing Quinton’s loyalty to an old friend and making him the killers’ next target. While working to stay one step ahead…

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Primary Source, by Sharon St. George

Primary Source, by Sharon St. George Aimee Machado is a health sciences librarian and facilitator for Timbergate Medical Center’s Ethics Committee, a board who is responsible for monitoring organ transplant protocols and procedures, as well as keeping strict records of every donated organ that is harvested from a TMC patient. However, ethics seems to take a…

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The Identity Thief by R. Franklin James

The Identity Thief, by R. Franklin James Probate attorney Hollis Morgan is branching out into criminal law. Pardoned after serving time for her then-husband’s white-collar crime, she knows something about the workings of the criminal mind. Hollis’ first criminal case quickly gets complicated. Her client is a young man initially accused of identity theft, but…

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The Fallen Angels Book Club, by R. Franklin James

The Fallen Angels Book Club, by R. Franklin James The Fallen Angels Book Club has only two requirements: the members must love books and have a white-collar criminal record. Hollis Morgan fits the bill. Left holding the bag in an insurance fraud scheme concocted by her now ex-husband, she served her time and is trying…

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