Listening for Drums, by Robin Strachan

Listening for Drums, Robin Strachan Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Carrie Nelson has a calling: to help the Blackfeet Indians by volunteering at the tiny federal hospital outside of Glacier National Park and studying native medicine. Now the prestigious Roosevelt Award will cover her expenses and fund her research for a year. To her dismay, her…

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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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Eyewitness, by Carolann Camillo and Phyllis Humphrey

Eyewitness, by Carolann Camillo and Phyllis Humphrey The big break Toni Abbott longed for has finally arrived. She has been cast as the soap opera villainess everyone loves to hate, and because of her, ratings are soaring. Then her lucky streak runs out. During a late-night photo session, Craig, the photographer, is shot to death.…

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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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Two Dogs Lie Sleeping, by Lia Farrell

Two Dogs Lie Sleeping,by Lia Farrell It’s early August in Rosedale, Tennessee, and July December Powell is alone at the historic Booth Mansion, putting the finishing touches on the Showhouse room she designed for tomorrow’s grand opening. A loud noise draws her to the nursery, where a man lies dying. Not just any man, but…

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One Dog Too Many, by Lia Farrell

One Dog Too Many, by Lia Farrell Mae December runs a successful dog boarding business in Tennessee. When her neighbor, Ruby Mead-Allison, fails to pick up her unruly Pomeranian from Mae’s kennel, Mae pokes around and discovers the woman’s body. It is clad in one red boot, and there is a vehicle counting cord wrapped…

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Murdock Cracks Ice, by Robert J Ray

Murdock Cracks Ice, by Robert J. Ray A deadly killer has iced Rollie Nielsen, a smart college kid with a brain for chemistry, and his dad wants to know why. Enter Matt Murdock, a tough-and-tender PI who is willing to get his hands dirty in search of the truth. Rollie had a weakness for classy…

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Heartbreak Trail, by Shirley Kennedy

Heartbreak Trail, by Shirley Kennedy 1850. Lucy, a pampered New Englander, is dragged by her husband and cold-hearted brother-in-law on a wagon train bound for California. The first casualty of the arduous trek is her husband. Lucy longs to return home, but that would mean abandoning her little stepson. How fortunate then that rugged Clint…

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