But when you're inside a frame, it's difficult to make out the picture. That's why Brandy's mom--her daughter now wearing basic jailhouse orange--must sort through a rogue's gallery of suspects including a too-friendly farmer's wife, a ratings-happy TV producer, a questionable husband-and-wife auctioneer team, and even the chief of police himself. Brandy and Vivian race to determine how an empty antique frame can hold a deadly portrait, a picture worth a thousand dangerous words.
Aided only by Sushi, their loyal shih tzu, and police dog Rocky, the wacky mother-and-daughter sleuthing team must learn the killer's identity before they become the subjects of another masterpiece of murder. National bestselling author Maia Chance debuts a new series featuring dorky, determined Agnes Blythe and her glamorous Great Aunt Effie as they form an unlikely team to save a crumbling inn and crack a murder case amidst the small-town charm and intrigue of Naneda, NY.
When year-old Agnes Blythe, the contented bifocals-wearing half of an academic power couple, is jilted by her professor boyfriend for the town Pilates instructor, her future is suddenly less than certain. So when her glamorous, eccentric Great Aunt Effie arrives in town and offers a job helping to salvage the condemned Stagecoach Inn, what does Agnes have to lose?
But work at the inn has barely begun when the unlikely duo find the body of manipulative Kathleen Todd, with whom Agnes and Effie both have recently had words. Words strong enough to land them at the top of the suspect list. The pair have clearly been framed, but no one else seems interested in finding the real murderer and Agnes and Effie's sleuthing expertise is not exactly slick. Nevertheless, they're soon investigating a suspect list with laundry dirtier than a middle school soccer team's and navigating threats, car chases, shotgun blasts, and awkward strolls down memory lane.
Danger mounts, deadlines loom, ancient knob-and-tube wiring is explored, and the ladies learn a thing or two about the awful, wonderful mistake that is going back home, in Bad Housekeeping, perfect for fans of Sarah Graves and Kate Carlisle. When Carrie Ann Cole bakes a lemon meringue pie to die for that actually kills someone, she must find out who the real killer is before her time at the Kensington Palace expires.
The elegant Orangery at Kensington Palace is the perfect setting for the bridal shower of Carrie Ann Cole's best friend's sister. Personal chef to the royal family, Carrie Ann's pie theme is naturally winning. But a waiter later keels over dead into the lemon meringue pie she leaves as a thank-you to the staff and Carrie Ann realizes that somebody slipped a mickey into that meringue.
Her floury fingerprints are all over that pie and the authorities suspect her distress is a cover-up for murder. Carrie Ann must set out to clear her name if she wants to stay at her dream job any longer. But all too soon, another body drops in the Orangery. This time, it's the Orangery chef. Murder won't crimp her style, and as bodies pile up, Carrie Ann uncovers palace intrigue, London nightlife, and British pies scouring for the killer in Lord of the Pies, the witty follow-up to Nell Hampton's Kale to the Queen.
Always up for a literary adventure, Delaney Nichols left Kansas to pursue her dream job at the Cracked Spine, a Scottish bookshop specializing in rare manuscripts and other valuable historical objects. Even though her trip to Castle Doune, outside of Edinburgh, ends up being a lot more than she bargained for. Delaney grabs the pages of the comic book and hides them under her jacket before rushing off to find the police. Can she untangle the plot and figure out who the killer is. Right when Dani thinks she's hit a dead-end in her career, she unexpectedly inherits an enormous old house in a quaint college town.
So Dani opens Chef-to-Go, preparing delicious, ready-made meals for hungry So Dani opens Chef-to-Go, preparing delicious, ready-made meals for hungry students attending the nearby university, as well as providing personal chef services and catering events for the local community. To help support her new business, she opens her home to a few students, renting them rooms and becoming almost like a big sister figure in their lives.
But just as Dani is relishing her sweet new life, the friend of one of her boarders is murdered, and Dani becomes one of the primary suspects! Playing with Bonbon Fire: Chocoholic Charity Penn must smoke out the killer to stop her newly inherited beachside chocolate shop from going up in flames in Dorothy St. James' decadent follow-up to Asking for Truffle. Chocolate shop owner Charity Penn is finally settling into life in the quirky South Carolina seaside town Chocolate shop owner Charity Penn is finally settling into life in the quirky South Carolina seaside town of Camellia Beach cooking up chocolate treats.
She's even helped organize the town's lively beach music festival which has brought rollicking crowds eager to dance the Carolina shag. That is, until one of the band's lead singers is found dead beside a beach bonfire. While also trying to balance the amorous attention of music star Bixby Lewis, in town for the festival, and her quest to perfect a new hot flavored bonbon, Charity dives into the investigation. Though it's more spice than sugar when she discovers a threatening note, comes across decades of age-old secrets, and Bixby comes into the line of fire when a gas grill explodes on the deck of a beachfront house.
Now Charity must turn up the heat and catch the killer before her chance melts away in Playing With Bonbon Fire, the delightful second Chocolate Shop mystery served up just right for fans of JoAnna Carl and Joanne Fluke. There are two social functions in Savannah guaranteed to get people talking: And just as consignment shop owner Reagan Summerside agrees to marry the hunky Walker Boone, her neighbors, sisters Annie Fritz and Elsie Abbot, step up their business as professional mourners And just as consignment shop owner Reagan Summerside agrees to marry the hunky Walker Boone, her neighbors, sisters Annie Fritz and Elsie Abbot, step up their business as professional mourners.
They are so successful that the Sleepy Pines Retirement Center has hired them as a part of their retirement package. But the celebration over good business is cut short when the residents at Pines suddenly begin dying at an alarming rate. And the sisters are the first suspects. Reagan has her doubts, however, and begins to look into the strange phenomenon. But then something even stranger happens: The evidence begins to pile up and the suspicious case of Willie Fishbine, who swindled the sisters out of a fortune and coincidentally died prior to the Pines case, is reopened.
Not wanting Willie to be buried until they can find the killer responsible for the murders, Reagan must catch the culprit in time to walk down the aisle. Too many sweets spoil the murder Now, while caring for her recently widowed grandmother, she plans to But between lavender blueberry fudge and chocolate cherry ganache truffles, Bailey may have bitten off more than she can chew when the search for a missing pot-bellied pig turns up a body suffering from sugar overload -- the fatal kind Charmed Bones by Carolyn Haines.
A holiday tradition turns deadly, but is the paranormal museum to blame? Maddie Kosloski is no fan of San Benedetto's Christmas Cow, a thirty-foot straw bovine that graces the town square every December. For one thing, the cow displaces her paranormal museum as the number one tourist For one thing, the cow displaces her paranormal museum as the number one tourist attraction. Plus, every year, despite around-the-clock surveillance, the cow goes up in flames. But this year, there's more than just a fire blazing in Maddie's wine-country hometown. One of the Christmas Cow guards has been found with an arrow in his chest, and Maddie's new haunted cowbell exhibit is fueling a panic.
Are the spirits in her museum getting too hot to handle? If Maddie can't stop the hysteria? Publishers Weekly "A delightful new series. Library Journal starred review. Everyone knows a leopard can't change its spots. But can a thief hide the spots on a catnapped Bengal? Groomer Cassie McGlone is about to find out.
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With no ID for his pet, an agitated young man shows up at Cassie's Comfy Cats claiming his house has burned down and he needs to board With no ID for his pet, an agitated young man shows up at Cassie's Comfy Cats claiming his house has burned down and he needs to board his big, brown cat, Ayesha. But after a bath washes dye out of the cat's coat and reveals beautiful spots, Cassie suspects the exotic-looking feline may in fact be a valuable Bengal show cat, possibly stolen.
At the same time, there are rumored sightings of a "wild cat" in the hills of Chadwick, New Jersey. Could there be a connection? When Ayesha's alleged owner turns up dead, it looks like whoever wants the beautiful Bengal is not pussyfooting around. Working with the police, Cassie and her staff need to be careful not to reveal the purloined purebred's whereabouts while they discreetly make inquiries to cat breeders to find her real owners.
But after a break-in attempt rattles Cassie's cage, it's clear someone let the cat out of the bag. And when a second body is found, it's up to Cassie to spot the killer, who may be grooming her to be the next victim. Jessica Fletcher investigates a friend's disappearance and a dangerous dating service in the latest entry in this USA Today bestselling series Jessica Fletcher's old-fashioned values are tested when her friend Barbara "Babs" Wirth joins an online dating service after the Jessica Fletcher's old-fashioned values are tested when her friend Barbara "Babs" Wirth joins an online dating service after the untimely death of her beloved husband.
Never one to be an unsupportive friend, Jessica joins in Babs's happiness when she meets Ashcroft Jenkins online and plans to meet him in person. But Babs never returns home after her date with Ashcroft. Jessica must race against the clock to retrace all of Babs's steps in order to find out who's the foul player in all of this. When another woman disappears after using the same dating service, Jessica teams up with cantankerous private eye Harry McGraw to find out what's happening to all of the single ladies Miss Julia Weathers the Storm: A Novel by Ann B.
In the latest installment of Ann B. Ross's New York Times bestselling series, Miss Julia takes a trip to the beach, only to confront a hurricane roiling off the coast--and all the trouble it washes ashore Miss Julia's sweet and generous husband, Sam, has decided to take a big group trip to the Ross's New York Times bestselling series, Miss Julia takes a trip to the beach, only to confront a hurricane roiling off the coast--and all the trouble it washes ashore Miss Julia's sweet and generous husband, Sam, has decided to take a big group trip to the beach, inviting family and friends.
While Miss Julia prepares for the big trip, her longtime friend LuAnne comes to her with a horrifying discovery--her husband may be cheating on her. Julia invites LuAnne along to the beach to get away and clear her head--and to keep from doing anything rash. Everyone settles into the rental house and six-year-old Latisha, their beloved housekeeper Lillian's great-grandaughter, is having a blast searching for seashells when she discovers some much more valuable treasures that have washed up from a strong storm off the coast.
As the storm nears, the crew packs up to head back to Abbotsville, and it appears that the three strangers they met on the beach--who seemed a bit too interested in little Latisha's treasures--have followed them back to their sleepy town. Ross, Miss Julia must rely on her quick wit and strong will to protect Latisha, get to the bottom of LuAnne's predicament, and once again save the day.
The nineteenth installment of the beloved and New York Times bestselling Miss Julia series With her husband Sam off on a trip to Europe, Miss Julia takes a pause to reflect on the past few decades--realizing how the comforts and joys of her life can sometimes give way to boredom. Miss Julia reckons it's about time to roll up her sleeves and be of some use to her community. She's just considering how to get involved when she hears that the nosy do-gooder Madge Taylor and the new pastor Rucker are embarking on a mission to buy up the vacant house down the street from Miss Julia and establish a group home for wayward teenagers.
No stranger to taking in the down-and-out herself, Miss Julia is shocked to learn Madge and the pastor never consulted her or anyone else in the neighborhood about their project--only a board of the church's congregants who don't live in the neighborhood, all instructed to keep the project a secret. Hazel Marie and Miss Julia's fears are confirmed when they start investigating, and find that Madge and her board of busybodies plan to proceed without much care for how to manage the home after they've built it, or whether it will be built to code in the first place--never mind that the house itself is ill suited for a bunch of teenagers to be living in it, barely supervised.
Miss Julia must band together with friends and neighbors to take on nosy Madge and her steamrolling plans, while still being helpful to those in need in another entertaining installment of Ann B. The rivals aren't exactly sworn enemies, though Ellie The rivals aren't exactly sworn enemies, though Ellie still thinks there's only room for one professional organizer in their small Georgia town. But when Gabrielle reports finding a dead body inside the supply closet, the two women form an alliance to teach a killer a lesson in justice.
Because if she doesn? For Tallie, they're part and parcel of the family business, Graver's Funeral Home. Even though she's traded ashes for dusting with her own cleaning business, she still works Even though she's traded ashes for dusting with her own cleaning business, she still works part-time for her folks and lives above the funeral parlor.
For Gina, they're the vessels that contain her heavenly brew at her coffee shop, Bean There, Done That. And both women are learning that owning a business can make finding time for romance challenging. Wrong turns up dead at the bottom of a staircase inside Gina's locked home, she finds herself at the top of the police's suspect list. Tallie needs to sweep in to save her friend. But she'll need to watch her step, or she may go from being a funeral home employee to becoming their next client.
Daisy Swanson and her Aunt Iris run a delightful shop in Pennsylvania's Amish country with an emphasis on tasty teas and treats - but murder is not so sweet. As local merchants unite to attract tourists for a much anticipated weekend quilting event, business is sure to spill over As local merchants unite to attract tourists for a much anticipated weekend quilting event, business is sure to spill over into eateries like Daisy's Tea Garden.
Gorgeous craftwork is hanging everywhere - but among the quilts, potholders, and placemats, one gallery owner is wrapped up in some dangerous affairs. Reese Masemer had been dating one of Daisy's employees, Tessa, an artist, though their last interaction was as strained as a cup of loose leaf tea. Now Reese has been found dead near a covered bridge where Tessa's been practicing her sketches. She's the obvious suspect, but Daisy's learning that there were some major secrets in Reese's background, and several of his relationships were infused with resentment.
To save Tessa, she'll have to find out who's tainted this quaint little town with murder. When Cookie Chanel moonlights as a costume designer for a local theater, murder takes center stage. Folks say the Sugar Creek Theater is haunted. And when Cookie's best friend Heather is found standing over a stabbed actor, she has two mysteries to solve.
This is not a dress rehearsal. A desperate killer is waiting in the wings. If Cookie doesn't tread the boards lightly, it'll be curtains for her as well. A Murder for the Books: Librarian Amy Webber must archive overdue crimes and deadly rumors before a killer strikes again in her new Virginia home in Victoria Gilbert? Fleeing a disastrous love affair, university librarian Amy Webber moves in with her aunt in a quiet, historic mountain town in Fleeing a disastrous love affair, university librarian Amy Webber moves in with her aunt in a quiet, historic mountain town in Virginia.
She quickly busies herself with managing a charming public library that requires all her attention with its severe lack of funds and overabundance of eccentric patrons. The last thing she needs is a new, available neighbor whose charm lures her into trouble. Richard Muir inherited the farmhouse next door from his great-uncle, Paul Dassin. But town folklore claims the house?forum2.quizizz.com/manual-washington-de-dermatologa.php
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It quickly became water under the bridge, until she vanished after her sensational murder trial. Determined to clear the name of the woman his great-uncle loved, Richard implores Amy to help him investigate the case. Amy is skeptical until their research raises questions about the culpability of the town? When inexplicable murders plunge the quiet town into chaos, Amy and Richard must crack open the books to reveal a cruel conspiracy and lay a turbulent past to rest in A Murder for the Books, the first installment of Victoria Gilbert?
Sweeping into action, Agnes and Aunt Effie are on the scene, when a tourist-laden motor coach breaks down outside of town. Then, her flower shop wilted after a chain florist opened next door. Ian, after all, is the one who taught her to love flowers. But when Ian's elderly caretaker Hamish MacGregor shows her to the cottage upon her arrival, she finds the once resplendent grounds of Duncreigan in a dreadful shambles -- with a dead body in the garden.
Minutes into her arrival, Fiona is already being questioned by the handsome Chief Inspector Neil Craig and getting her passport seized. But it's Craig's fixation on Uncle Ian's loyal caretaker, Hamish, as a prime suspect, that really makes her worried. As Fiona strolls the town, she quickly realizes there are a whole bouquet of suspects much more likely to have killed Alastair Croft, the dead lawyer who seems to have had more enemies than friends.
Now it's up to Fiona to clear Hamish's name before it's too late in Flowers and Foul Play, national bestselling author Amanda Flower's enchanting first Magic Garden mystery. Which is why her best friend Nina Reid Norwood loops her in to the latest culinary craze: The celebrity chef, the epicurean menu, and the high-profile attendees are all a surprise, turning the decadent dining experience into the hottest ticket in Old Town. But by aperitifs, Sophie discovers Hollis swallowing his last bits of air, and she must scramble to stop a killer before the swanky supper becomes anyone else?
Torte -- the small-town bakeshop no one can resist -- is hosting a midsummer night's wedding But is her secret scheme half-baked? And until now, Jules had no clue about the bitter family feud that has her friend Lance frazzled and suspicious. In the seventh book of this popular series, it looks like the music has ended for Darling's favorite In the seventh book of this popular series, it looks like the music has ended for Darling's favorite barbershop quartet, the Lucky Four Clovers?
And while liquor is legal again, moonshine isn't. Sheriff Buddy Norris needs a little luck when he goes into Briar Swamp to confront Cypress County's most notorious bootlegger. What he finds upends his sense of justice. Once again, Susan Wittig Albert has told a charming story filled with richly human characters who face the Great Depression with courage and grace.
She reminds us that friends offer the best of themselves to each other, community is what holds us together, and luck is what you make it. Liz Lacy's Garden Gate column on ''lucky'' plants, plus the Dahlias' collection of traditional Southern pie recipes and a dash of cookery history. Reading group questions, more recipes, and Depression-era info DarlingDahlias.
Charming characters, a fast-paced plot, and a strong sense of history help make this a superior cozy. Publishers Weekly ''The author of the popular China Bayles mysteries brings a small Southern town to life and vividly captures an era and culture? Her book fairly sizzles with the strength of the women of Darling. Library Journal Starred Review. In the third Farmer's Daughter Mystery from the national bestselling author of Sowed to Death, finding a dead body in her own backyard lands blogger and farmer Shelby McDonald in one trough spot Wedding preparations are in full swing at Love Blossom Farm as food-and-lifestyle blogger Wedding preparations are in full swing at Love Blossom Farm as food-and-lifestyle blogger Shelby McDonald transforms the property for her friend Kelly's down-home country-style reception.
But when the lead singer of the wedding band turns up dead -- drowned in a trough full of rainwater and strung up like a scarecrow -- the police round themselves up a barnful of suspects. It seems that Travis sowed the seeds of discord wherever he went, and when it becomes clear that everyone from the groom to Shelby's own staff has motive, tracking down Travis' killer is going to be more difficult than finding a needle in a haystack. As Shelby finds herself drawn deeper into the investigation, she'll have to move quickly before the killer decides to put her out to pasture When her best hope of saving her storm-damaged library is found murdered, senior librarian Cleo Watkins hits the road in her bookmobile in search of justice.
She takes to her bookmobile, Words on Wheels, to collect allies and rally library support throughout Catalpa Springs, Georgia. However, Cleo soon rolls into trouble. A major benefactor known for his eccentric DIY projects requests all available books on getting away with murder. She knows she should when she discovers him bludgeoned and evidence points to her best friend, Mary-Rose Garland.
Evidence stacks up, but a killer is overdue to strike again. With lives and her library on the line, Cleo must shift into high gear to close the book on murder in Better Off Read, the charming Bookmobile series debut by Nora Page. Bucolic Rumford, Kentucky has glowing fields of bluegrass, a fine Bucolic Rumford, Kentucky has glowing fields of bluegrass, a fine selection of bourbons, and now a professional pastry chef.
She offers her knowledge to Sheriff Carter and her talents to Evelyn, the manager, who needs an interim chef. The mood in the country club is grim: Sophia wonders which one of them burned him?
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When her handsome young handyman goes missing? Times Literary Supplement will transport you to the rocky shores of Torre Archirafi, to a Sicily full of quirky characters, scorching days, and velvety nights, alongside a protagonist who? When Nora Alexander arrives in Piney Woods, Texas, to fulfill her dying mother's last wish, she has no idea what awaits her.
First she is run off the road, then the sealed letter she delivers turns out to be a scathing rebuke to the town's most beloved citizen and favored candidate for Piney First she is run off the road, then the sealed letter she delivers turns out to be a scathing rebuke to the town's most beloved citizen and favored candidate for Piney Woods Pioneer: Next thing you know, Adam has been murdered in a nasty knife attack.
Suspicion instantly falls on Nora, one of the last people to see him alive. After all, everyone in Piney Woods loved him. Nora learns that her mother had a complicated past she never shared with her daughter. Told not to leave town by Tuck the flirty sheriff, Nora finds a job with Tuck's Aunt Marty trying to get the rundown Tunie Hotel back in the black. The old hotel was Piney Woods' heart and soul in its heyday as an oil boomtown. Now the secrets it harbors may be the key to getting Nora off the hook.
She's going to need to solve the mystery quickly to avoid arrest, or worse: Book 1 in the Piney Woods Mystery series. Kelly is happily busy with Kelly is happily busy with her son, Jack, now a rambunctious four-year-old preschooler. She makes sure she keeps Kelly caffeinated and up-to-date on her career progress. But the Lambspun crew is horrified when a very present-day murder occurs in their midst—and Julie is the victim. With her sleuthing instincts on full alert, Kelly starts asking questions.
The well-liked waitress may have had enemies no one knew about, or she could have just been in the wrong place at the wrong time. Kelly and her friends at Lambspun soon learn that the answers are knottier and more shocking than they ever dreamed…. Now, before a gruesome homicide case takes the fun out of both the Fest and her personal life, Sasha must identify the true culprit from a daunting suspect list -- or risk becoming as lifeless as one of her stuffed bears.
Some wedding stories are so bizarre that you can't even make them up. Erica and her security team -- minus her beloved Grady, who's on vacation, trying to stay out of town business and has a no-nonsense sheriff covering for him -- have followed every possible lead to find out what really happened to the young woman. Is her death the result of a bachelorette party gone wildly wrong? Or did someone with cold feet snap -- and turn into a cold-blooded killer?
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These are the questions that must be answered for the nuptials, which at the eleventh hour receive a dramatic makeover, to go off without a hitch When California zookeeper Theodora "Teddy" Bentley sees an otter clutching a new smart phone while swimming in the local marsh, she rescues the expensive instrument. Inspecting it, Teddy discovers that it had taken a picture of a man in the act of being murdered. Since otters can't talk, Teddy Since otters can't talk, Teddy soon finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation that almost ends in her own death.
Dressed for Death in Burgundy by Susan C. In Agatha-Award winning author Daryl Wood Gerber's delectable series debut, Mimi Rousseau serves up piping hot suspects to clear her name of murder. It's always been Mimi Rousseau's dream to open her own bistro, but it seems beyond her grasp since she's been chased back home to It's always been Mimi Rousseau's dream to open her own bistro, but it seems beyond her grasp since she's been chased back home to Nouvelle Vie in Napa Valley by her late husband's tremendous debt.
Until her best friend Jorianne James introduces her to entrepreneur Bryan Baker who invests in promising prospects. Now, working Bryan's bistro and inn until she's able to pay it off and call it her own, Mimi is throwing the inn's first wedding ever. The wedding will be the talk of the town, as famous talk show host Angelica Edmonton, daughter of Bryan's wealthy friend, Eddie, has chosen the inn as her perfect venue. Anxious, Mimi is sure things are going to turn south, especially when Eddie gets drunk and rowdy at the rehearsal dinner, but by the evening, things begin to look up again.
That is until six AM rolls around, and as Mimi arrives at the bistro to begin wedding preparations, Bryan is found dead with an eclair stuffed in his mouth. And the fingers point at Mimi, whose entire loan is forgiven in Bryan's will. Now it's up to Mimi to clear her name and get to the bottom of things before the killer turns up the heat again in A Deadly Eclair, the scrumptious series debut by Agatha Award-winning author Daryl Wood Gerber.
A Souffle of Suspicion: The buoyant mood at Bistro Rousseau deflates when Chef Camille? Crush Week in Nouvelle Vie is a madhouse? Tourists pour into town for the Tourists pour into town for the pressing of the Napa Valley? Which is bad for Camille when Renee turns up dead in the chef? Mimi is still building her business, so her first course of action is to whip up answers and catch the unsavory perpetrator before Camille takes a dusting and gets burned.
October in Taylorsford, Virginia means it? Library director Amy Webber, though, is slightly dreading having to spend two days running a yard sale fundraiser for her library. But during these preparations, when she and her assistant Sunny stumble across a dead body, Amy finds a real reason to be worried.
The body belonged to a renowned artist who was murdered with her own pallet knife. A search of the artist? Now, with her swoon-inducing neighbor Richard Muir, Amy must scour their resources to once again close the books on murder in Untitled Gilbert 2, the charming second installment in Victoria Gilbert?
The following case has not previously been disclosed to the The following case has not previously been disclosed to the public due to the sensitive information on foreign affairs. All those involved were previously bound by the Official Secrets Act. With the passage of time and the onset of the Great War, these impediments have been removed and the story can now be safely told. As the government becomes more restless to find the missing document and traditional investigative means fail to turn up the culprit, Joanna is forced to devise a clever plan to trap the thief and recover the missing treaty.
Told from the point of view of Dr. This cunning locked room mystery is sure to be enjoyed by fans of Sherlock Holmes. Savannah Reid has no problem mixing business with pleasure—especially if that means a free trip while on the job.
But when a gruesome murder rocks the boat, Savannah may be in over her head. When famed mystery writer Natasha Van Cleef invites the Moonlight When famed mystery writer Natasha Van Cleef invites the Moonlight Magnolia Detective Agency on an Alaskan cruise in exchange for some personal protection, Savannah is instantly onboard with the idea.
The voyage goes smoothly—until Natasha and her husband flee the ship and get killed in a suspiciously explosive crash. Not only was her marriage and literary career splattered with bad blood, but a crazed fan was tracking her every move. China Bayles hunts for answers when a ghost begins to haunt her shop in the exciting new mystery from the New York Times bestselling author Susan Wittig Albert.
Amid the tidying, China discovers a box of antique handcrafted lace and old photographs, and later, has an unsettling ghostly experience when she hears a woman humming the old Scottish ballad, "Annie Laurie. Is the spirit friend or foe? China soon realizes that her new visitor has a story to tell, and the answers to a present day mystery might be found buried in the past. Murphy Mystery by Rita Mae Brown. Murphy series, as mysteries past and present converge in Albemarle County, Virginia.
Haristeen and her friends and animal companions pursue the threads of a mystery Haristeen and her friends and animal companions pursue the threads of a mystery dating back to Virginia? Driving home from a dinner party in the village of Sumpton Harcourt, Rory and Molly Devere, the new vicar and his wife, strain to see the road ahead--and then suddenly brake, screeching to a halt. Right in front of them, aglow in the headlights, a body hangs from Right in front of them, aglow in the headlights, a body hangs from a gnarled tree at the edge of town.
An elderly spinster has been murdered--and the villagers just can't fathom who among them could commit such a crime. Agatha Raisin rises to the occasion a little glad for the excitement, she must admit, after a long run of lost cats and divorces on the books. But when two more murders follow the first, Agatha begins to fear for her reputation and, since the village happens to have its own coven of witches, her own life Sergeant Hamish Macbeth--Scotland's most quick-witted but unambitious policeman--returns in M. Still, Hamish decides that he and his policeman, Charlie "Clumsy" Carson, will spend the night at the ruined castle to get to the bottom of the rumors once and for all.
There's no sign of any ghost It turns out he's fallen into the cellar. And what Hamish and Charlie find there is worse than a ghost: Waiting for help to arrive, Hamish and Charlie leave the castle just for a moment--to eat bacon baps--but when they return, the body is nowhere to be seen. It's clear something strange--and deadly--is going on at the castle, and Hamish must get to the bottom of it before the "ghost" can strike again A Brush with Death: If secrets could be taken to the grave many of us would have an ear to the ground.
But as Alexander, Earl of Greengrass, discovers one clear Sunday morning late in November, death is a most efficient way of revealing the cavern of cover-ups in a guilty conscience. Caught with his trousers down Caught with his trousers down in Spire village graveyard whilst his faithful wife was playing the organ inside the church, this wealthy landowner meets a gruesome end. Luckily pet portraitist Susie Mahl is on hand to sort things out, as she? Susie discovers an unexpected zest for truth and an awesome nosey parker instinct, and soon the newly appointed Pet Detective is digging out the truth with a dogged determination.
In A Brush with Death Ali Carter conjures a winsome murder mystery enriched with candid observations of the British social classes, observations on an artist? In Jewel Bay, all is merry and bright. A local girl gone wrong, Merrily's turned her life around. But her parents have publicly shunned her, But her parents have publicly shunned her, and they nurse a bitterness that chills Erin. When Merrily goes missing and her boss discovers he's been robbed, fingers point to Merrily--until she's found dead, a string of lights around her neck.
The clues and danger snowball from there. Can Erin nab the killer--and keep herself in one piec--in time for a special Christmas Eve? A Mystery by Bonnie C. Tamalpais to locals, The Sleeping Lady. But when her business partner, Thalia, confides that she has a lover in France, Rae? Soon, an anonymous note-writer threatens to reveal the affair, and Thalia? The police, convinced the crime was a random mugging, are dismissive of Rae?
Then a scandal from Rae? To clear her reputation and ensure justice for Thalia, Rae decides it? As they collaborate to catch the killer, sparks fly between them, and Rae has to contend with these newly aroused feelings? Maine's Quarry Island has a tight-knit community that's built on a rock-solid foundation of family, tradition and hard work. But even on this small island, where everyone knows their neighbors, there are secrets that no one would dare to whisper.
Anna Winslow, her husband Burt and their Anna Winslow, her husband Burt and their teenage son have deep roots on Quarry Island. Burt and his brother, Carl, are lobstermen, just like their father and grandfather before them. And while some things on the island never seem to change, Anna's life is about to take some drastically unexpected turns. First, Anna discovers that she has a younger sister, Izzie Jordan. Then, on the day she drives to Portland to meet Izzie for the first time, Carl's lobster boat is found abandoned and adrift. Later that evening, his corpse is discovered - but he didn't drown.
Whether it was an accident or murder, Carl's sudden death has plunged Anna's existence into deadly waters. Despite barely knowing one another and coming from very different backgrounds, Anna and Izzie unite to find the killer. With their family in crisis, the sisters strive to uncover the secrets hidden in Quarry Island and, perhaps, the ones buried within their own hearts.
Wealthy businessman Jay Ruddle is considering donating his extensive collection of North Carolina historical Wealthy businessman Jay Ruddle is considering donating his extensive collection of North Carolina historical documents to the Bodie Island Lighthouse Library, but the competition for the collection is fierce. Unfortunately, while the library is hosting a lecture on ghostly legends, Jay becomes one of the dearly departed in the rare books section.
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