In They’re So Vein (A Grateful Undead Book) by Susan Stec, Susan, a 58-year-old woman, encounters an altercation between a woman and a child in a public restroom where she stops while out with her sister. In her enthusiasm to film the conflict to post on her YouTube page, she inadvertently finds herself the object of the strange child’s ire. Susan wakes up to find that she looks 30 years younger and, oh yes, she’s also a vampire. The women in her life are eager to jump on this fountain of youth but the vampire world is much more organized than they thought it would be and their behavior is attracting attention they could do without. Is a youthful body worth the danger they’ve found? Continue reading They’re So Vein (A Grateful Undead Book) by Susan Stec
In Ukulele Deadly (Aloha Lagoon Mystery Book) by Leslie Langtry, Nani Johnson is settling into her life in Hawaii playing the ukulele for events. When she goes to pick up food for a last-minute dinner, a man dies behind her car. Turns out, the man is from the same super-small Kansas town that Nani and her ultra-nutty mom left a few years before. As the body count climbs and Nani and her mom hit the suspect list, can she solve the mystery of the murders before she finds herself playing ukulele behind bars for the rest of her life? Ukulele Deadly is the seventh book in the Aloha Lagoon Mystery series. Continue reading Ukulele Deadly (Aloha Lagoon Mystery Book) by Leslie Langtry
In Never Never by James Patterson and Candice Fox, Harry Blue is at the top of her game as a sex crimes investigator when her brother is arrested for the murders of three young women. She’s reassigned to the back of beyond and everything feels wrong. Desperate to clear her brother of charges, Harry’s investigation takes her on a sure path to destruction. Never Never is the first book in the Harry Blue series. Continue reading Never Never by James Patterson and Candice Fox
In The Mutt and the Matchmaker: A Matchmaker Mystery by J.B. Lynn, Tom Hanlon is a private investigator. As a favor to his elderly neighbor, he takes her dog out for some exercise and meets Armani Vazquez, an eccentric matchmaker who wants to set him up with his prime suspect in a serious crime, Jane Bly and her aptly named foster dog, Calamity. While Tom is looking for his thief will Jane steal his heart? The Mutt and the Matchmaker is the first book in the Matchmaker Mystery series. Continue reading The Mutt and the Matchmaker: A Matchmaker Mystery by J.B. Lynn
In Murder on the Page (A Harley Hill Mystery) by Kennedy Chase, Harley Hill and her agency partner, Cordelia, are hired to find a diary written by John Dee, advisor to Queen Elizabeth I. When their search leads them to a dead body, they find themselves thrust into the English underworld and into a plot that could end the monarchy. Murder on the Page is the second book in the Harley Hill Mystery series.Continue reading Murder on the Page (A Harley Hill Mystery) by Kennedy Chase
In Jukebox by Saira Viola, Nick is a lawyer with a deep love for the music industry. His dream has always been to own his own record label and when Mel and his money comes into the picture, suddenly those dreams are within reach. Avery is a rookie reporter looking for her break and seeing potential for an interesting story in Mel, a man with clear ties to the unsavory. In a society of excess and where everything comes with a price, will they all come out alive? Continue reading Jukebox by Saira Viola
In Adventures of an American Girl in Victorian London by Elizabeth L. Banks, it’s 1892, an American journalist named Elizabeth Banks launched the ultimate social experiment. She lived side by side with the people of Victorian England working in all manners of jobs from street sweeper to maid for some of the most demanding matrons in London. She also posed as an heiress to get the perspective of the elite. Adventures of an American Girl inLondon was originally published in 1894.Continue reading Adventures of an American Girl in Victorian London by Elizabeth L. Banks
In The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild, Annie McDee is a chef that has had a hard time with love. Still heartbroken by the end of her long-term relationship, she takes a lover for whom she plans an elaborate birthday dinner and buys a painting. When he stands her up, she’s left with the gift which turns out to be worth a lot and sought after by some unsavory and dangerous folks. The painting takes Annie on a path leading through European history and possibly to love. Continue reading The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild
The Slaughtered Virgin of Zenopolis by David Blake features a throwback humor that smacks of the zany comedy of British films in the 1960s. Detective Capstan is a straight man in a world that no longer makes sense. Recently transferred to Bath, he meets young Becky Phillips when she helps some addled criminals in a bank robbery gone nonsensical. The Slaughtered Virgin of Zenopolis is the first book in the Inspector Capstan series.
In Who Killed Vivien Morse (A DCI Hatherall Book) by Diana J. Febry, Vivien Morse, a social worker, is found beaten to death in the woods, it seems an open and shut case. Obviously, Vivian’s estranged husband is her killer. What seems to be isn’t always the case when one of Vivian’s co-workers goes missing. Can D.C.I. Hatherall solve the case of Who Killed Vivien Morse?Continue reading Who Killed Vivien Morse (A DCI Hatherall Book) by Diana J. Febry
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