Killer Tied, by Lesley A. Diehl

Killer Tied, by Lesley A. Diehl Eve Appel Egret is adjusting to married life with Sammy and their three adopted sons in Sabal Bay, Florida. While still running her consignment stores, she is going pro with her sleuthing by becoming an apprentice to a private detective. Until her marriage, Eve’s only “family” was her grandmother…

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Dead in the Water, by Lesley A. Diehl

Dead in the Water, by Lesley A. Diehl Sabal Bay consignment shop owner Eve Appel is fit to be tied—family tied. Just as she is basking in the warmth of a renewed relationship with her long-lost Uncle Winston, disaster strikes. He and his less welcome companion, Darlene, have come for a visit, and their request…

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A Secondhand Murder, by Lesley A. Diehl

A Secondhand Murder, by Lesley A. Diehl Spunky and outspoken Eve Appel moves from Connecticut to rural Florida intent on starting a new life, free of drama, and more importantly, her soon-to-be ex-husband. The rural Florida town of Sabal Bay, situated only an hour from West Palm, proves to be the perfect spot for her…

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Breakfast in Stilettos, by Liz Kingswood

Breakfast in Stilettos, by Liz Kingswood As Lifestyles Editor for The Seattle Sun Times, thirty-three year old Emily Royce covers stories about the strange and unusual. When her boss assigns her to write about Seattle’s “slutterati”—a community that celebrates sensuality in literature and the arts—she finds herself researching websites with couples engaged in every Latin…

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Death Island, by Joan Conning Afman

Death Island, by Joan Conning Afman Wrongly convicted of the brutal murder of his wife, Danny Manning is exiled to Death Island, the site of America’s favorite reality TV show. Death Island is Hell disguised as Paradise, a place where no one gets off alive unless the audience vote goes his way. Danny’s day-to-day survival…

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Dancing with Eternity, by John Patrick Lowrie

Dancing with Eternity, by John Patrick Lowrie What would happen if Odysseus met Captain Ahab in the Fortieth Century? Only Captain Ahab is a beautiful woman named Steel who owns her own starship, and Odysseus is an unemployed actor named Mohandas who’s stuck on the backside of a backwater moon because he won’t pay his…

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