Screaming in the Night by Michael F. Rizzo

Screaming in the Night

by Michael F. Rizzo


Bike messenger Rex Carlton has a new girlfriend and discovers he has thyroid cancer. He takes his frustration out on those he loves and must decide if he wants to continue his career. He visits his cousin in the Pacific Northwest after discovering a letter hidden behind a painting for over 100 years. The letter leads them on a wild chase for the truth and into the sights of a serial killer.

Rex and his best friend Neumann travel to the small town of Devils Corner in western Washington where his cousin Kelly Martin lives. With Kelly’s help, they try to unravel the meaning behind a mysterious letter Rex found behind an old painting Kelly had sent him.

While digging through old newspaper articles and family trees Rex examines his own life before deciding if he wants to return to his girlfriend and the job he loves. The trio finds themselves the target of a killer and exposing the truth could destroy them as well as the small town.


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Category: Suspense

Murderous Craft by Sam Cheever

Murderous Craft

by Sam Cheever


A corpse discovered in a popular bar. An old acquaintance still nursing a mad-on from fifteen years earlier. And a cast of characters possessing secrets they’ll do almost anything to keep. It’s enough to make reformed (sort of) party girl Blaise Runa want to quit her dead-end job. But in the meantime, she fully intends to grab her sexy private eye fiancée and dig into the mess. Because she might be trying to adult, but that doesn’t mean she’s gotten any less nosy!


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Category: Mystery – African American

Partners In Crime by Gallagher Gray

Partners In Crime

by Gallagher Gray


Not since Dorothy L. Sayers’ Murder Must Advertise has there been a more perfect cozy office murder–and not since Agatha Christie’s immortal Miss Marple has a more loveable geriatric sleuth been spawned. Gallagher Gray’s first Hubbert and Lil mystery’s got it all—a stuffy old firm with stuffy old routines disturbed by a few unaccustomed murders, a hilariously apoplectic boss, the indispensable brace of cats, and a clever amateur sleuths of a certain age.

It begins, as so many things do, with a phone call: T.S. (Theodore to Auntie Lil) has been retired about eight hours when he’s summoned back to Sterling & Sterling, the bank where he served as personnel manager for most of his adult life. One of the bigwigs is lying stabbed to death in the Partner’s Room and his demanding former boss, forgetting he’s no longer boss, is demanding a favor—damage control. Enter: T.S. and Auntie Lil, partner in crime.


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Category: Mystery – Cozy

Davenport House by Marie Silk

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Davenport House

by Marie Silk


A nation on the brink of the Great War. A wealthy family with secrets. A household staff with secrets of their own. Find out what is happening upstairs and downstairs at Davenport House.
“…plotting of a type that might appeal to Downton Abbey fans…” -Historical Novel Society


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Category: Mystery – Historical

 

Death on Canvas by Mary Ann Cherry

Death on Canvas

by Mary Ann Cherry


Murder mystery, Death on Canvas, finds painter Jessie O’Bourne working with Norwegian deputy Arvid Abrahmsen on a desperate search for a killer and two missing Thomas Moran masterpieces worth millions. The paintings connect the cold case murder of Jessie’s great aunt Kate with the present-day murder of a Native American grad student Jessie discovers in the O’Bourne family hayfield—a girl who whispers before she dies that her attacker was a cop.

The colorful writing in this award-winning novel offers the reader a glimpse into the mind of an artist and a view of the picturesque setting of rural Montana. Lovers of the mystery genre will enjoy the twists and turns in this who-done-it and laugh at the humorous interludes afforded by Arvid Abrahmsen and Jack Dempsey, Jessie’s disreputable orange tomcat (appropriately named for a 1920’s professional boxer).

With Jessie’s biological clock (A.K.A. Big Ben) ticking away, the romance reader will also find themselves evaluating acting Sheriff Russell Bonham and hunky FBI art theft agent, Grant Kennedy, as suitable mates for their favorite artist.


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Category: Mystery – Women Sleuths

A Scone To Die For (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 1) by H.Y. Hanna

A Scone To Die For (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 1)

by H.Y. Hanna


“Scones, a tea shop in England, a kitty & a murder – yes, please!”

When an American tourist is murdered with a scone in her quaint English tearoom, Gemma must solve the mystery with the help of the nosy Old Biddies and a mischievous little feline named Muesli. But between her bossy, matchmaking mother and the return of her old college love as a handsome CID detective, Gemma soon has her hands full and her head spinning!

Murder is bad for business, especially when customers think your scones are more deadly than delicious. With the body count rising and her tearoom going bust, can Gemma find the killer before things turn to custard?

(*Traditional English scone recipe included)


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Category: Mystery – Cozy