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The Sayers Swindle

Book Collector Mysteries #2

by Victoria Abbott

Jordan Kelly is delighted to make money tracking down rare and valuable mystery novels for her employer, Vera Van Alst, an avid collector and the most difficult woman in  Harrison Falls, New York. But now her...


Home For the Homicide

Do-It-Yourself Mysteries #7

by Jennie Bentley

Avery Baker was a big city textile designer, until she inherited her aunt’s old Maine cottage and found her true calling—home renovation. But she never expected her latest job would come to such a bone-rattling...


Scandal at Six

Lois Meade #13

by Ann Purser

Lois Meade has scrubbed her way through the homes in Long Farnden, and she’s not afraid of dusting cobwebs and killing a few bugs. But in her role as amateur sleuth, she’s learning to beware of snakes in...


Belle Palmer Mysteries 5-Book Bundle: Northern Winters Are Murder / Blackflies Are Murder / Bush Poodles Are Murder / Murder Eh? / Memories Are Murder

by Lou Allin

The five novels in the popular literary mystery series are now in one ebook bundle. Belle Palmer survives run-ins with criminals, even murderers, in the vast wilderness of Canada's near north, all the while...


Corpse Flower: A Cornwall and Redfern Mystery

by Gloria Ferris

The quick slide from country club to trailer park leaves Bliss Moonbeam Cornwall with only one reason to get up in the morning - revenge. But revenge requires money, and Bliss abandons common sense to get it....


Miss Julia Renews Her Vows: A Novel

Miss Julia #11

by Ann B. Ross

It's "I Do!" and "I Didn't!" in Ann B Ross's new Miss Julia adventure

Sometimes even Miss Julia just wants to go to bed and hide under the covers. Her husband, Sam, wants them to attend mar­riage enrichment...


Codebreaker

by Katherine Myers

Meg Parrish, a cryptographer for NSA’s Central Security Service in Portland, Oregon, is both brilliant and troubled. Gifted in her ability to recognize and decipher codes, she is also a woman haunted by a...


Did You Declare the Corpse?

Thoroughly Southern Mysteries #8

by Patricia Sprinkle

Georgia magistrate MacLaren Yarbrough is bound for Scotland to explore her genealogical roots along with her friend Laura, not to mention a tour group full of unusual travel mates. But when two empty coffins...


R Is For Ricochet

Kinsey Millhone #18

by Sue Grafton

Reba Lafferty was a daughter of privilege, the only child of an adoring father. Nord Lafferty was already in his fifties when Reba was born, and he could deny her nothing. Over the years, he quietly settled...


Merry Market Murder

Farmer's Market Mysteries #5

by Paige Shelton

Bailey’s Farmers’ Market is this season’s go-to holiday destination, but not all the vendors are feeling the Christmas spirit...

Jam and preserve maker Becca Robins is excited about the extra business...


Murder in a Minor Key

Murder, She Wrote #16

by Jessica Fletcher & Donald Bain

A Funeral in New OrleansJessica Fletcher has a writer’s conference in New Orleans and can’t resist staying an extra week for the annual Jazz Festival. In her short time there, she gets a chance to sample...


Guilty or Not

by Alice Zogg

In the first chapter Rachel Penrose is standing trial for the murder of her fiancé, Steven Moretti, and in the last chapter, the trial continues and comes to a revealing end. The pages in between are the...


Skulduggery

by Carolyn Hart

INTRODUCING A NEW LINE OF CAROLYN HART CLASSICS, each with a new introduction by the author!

BEIJING, 1941: The ancient bones of the famed "Peking Man" are placed in two wooden crates for shipment to the United...


The Devereaux Legacy

by Carolyn Hart

INTRODUCING A NEW LINE OF CAROLYN HART CLASSICS, each with a new introduction by the author!

Leah Devereaux is a dead woman. At least, that's what the folks now running the Devereaux plantation tell her: Leah...


Cold White Sun, A: A Constable Molly Smith Novel

by Vicki Delany

It's the end of March and Trafalgar, British Columbia, is preparing for the last influx of the seasonal skiers. Teachers, parents, and students are preparing to relax at home or head off on vacation. But for...


Cassandra: A Delphic Women Mystery

by Kerry Greenwood

From Mount Olympus, Aphrodite, the goddess of love, yawned. Even perfection can be tedious. "My Lord," she called to Apollo, "Sun God and brother. Let us play a game with mortals-my power against yours." And...


Triptych

by Margit Liesche

Triptych paints parallel portraits of two sets of mothers and daughters caught up in the brutalities of the Hungarian revolution. The story shifts from 1956 Budapest to 1986 Chicago and Budapest, illuminating...


Her Boyfriend's Bones: A Dinah Pelerin Mystery

by Jeanne Matthews

Once a rich city state, the island of Samos is today part of Greece. It's had its share of conflict and tragedy. And murder. In 1973, on one of Samos' beautiful, remote beaches, movie star Marilita Stephan murdered...


Rituals: A Faye Longchamp Mystery

by Mary Anna Evans

Faye Longchamp doesn't believe in ghosts, but she's an archaeologist-dead people are her life. Yet while working in Rosebower, a rural New York town founded by Spiritualists, Faye is surrounded by people who...


Medea: A Delphic Woman Novel

by Kerry Greenwood

We know Medea killed her children.... Or do we? In Medea, the first novel in her Delphic Woman series, Kerry Greenwood breathes fresh life into the age of heroes and rescues a woman wronged by ancient playwrights...