Diamondback Revenge, by Cindy Keen Reynders

Diamondback Revenge, by Cindy Keen Reynders It’s a sweltering Wyoming summer and the typically clear blue skies are clogged with smoke drifting from encroaching wildfires. Life goes on, however, and private investigator Reese Golden remains dedicated to resolving crimes in her hometown of Meadowlark Valley. Currently, she seeks a local shop owner’s stolen rattlesnake taxidermy…

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Blooming with Murder, by Kathryn Long

Blooming with Murder, by Kathryn Long Spring is blooming in Sierra Pines, and everyone’s busy preparing for the annual Spring Fling Festival. Ali Winston takes her B&B guests for a tour, and their first stop is the face painting booth. Local school board president, Melvin Renville, is there to honor a bet he lost to…

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Clean Win, by Kevin Doyle

Clean Win, by Kevin Doyle Laura Mosby is like a lot of young women, working in a job she doesn’t like, looking for a way out, and doing her best to enjoy her privacy. When she dies a violent death at the hands of an intruder, it’s at first brushed off as a standard homicide.…

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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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The Dead Cannot Hide, by J. L. Buck

The Dead Cannot Hide, by J. L. Buck England, summer of 1812. Lucien, Viscount Ware, a secret spy for the Crown, is asked by his grandmother to use his skills in locating a missing country girl. She had taken a governess’s position near London almost a year ago and not been heard from for months.…

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Sourdough Dead, by Carol E. Ayer

Sourdough Dead, by Carol E. Ayer Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) and home baker Kayla Jeffries is on the case when her boyfriend, restaurateur Jason Banks, becomes the main suspect in a murder investigation. Jason’s longtime nemesis, Leon Haskell, is found dead only hours after his baseball team bested Jason’s and just one day after he…

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The Case of the ’61 Chevy Impala, by Tom Meschery

The Case of the ’61 Chevy Impala, by Tom Meschery It’s the tumultuous month of April 1968. Victor and Vincent Brovelli, identical twins, owners of Brovelli Brothers Used Cars, have just repo’ed a 1961 Chevrolet Impala and driven it back to their car lot on East 14th Street in Oakland, California. Victor opens the trunk…

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Ballistics at the Ballet, by B.J. Bowen

When a symphony musician is murdered—bashed with her own bassoon—flute player Emily Wilson becomes the prime suspect. To save herself and secure justice for her murdered friend, she must find the killer.

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Danger in Edinburgh, by Emma Dakin

Danger in Edinburgh, by Emma Dakin Claire Barclay, owner and tour guide of The British Mysteries Book Tours, leaves her house in Hampshire and her significant other, Mark Evans, puts her dog Gulliver into her van and heads off to Scotland for the start of a fortnight tour. She expects to lead her guests to…

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Look Twice, by R. Franklin James

Look twice, by R. Franklin James It has been less than a year since Johanna Hudson realized that her research talents could be used for more than revealing her clients’ family trees. Johanna is a thirty-year-old genealogist who, along with her partner Ava Lowell, and their astute office assistant Trinidad Owens, comprise Legacy Consultants, with…

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