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A catered New Year's Eve - a mystery with recipes by Crawford, Isis, author. A catered New Year's Eve - a mystery with recipes

"Sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons are reunited with a distant relative who wants them to cater a New Year's Eve event--and help find a guilty party... It's been years since Bernie and Libby's parents became estranged from Ada Sinclair's side of the family--though the reasons for the rift are lost to history. The sisters, however, are intrigued when Ada makes contact. She tells them about the long-ago deaths of her father and his business partner, which happened within hours of each other--and we

Oct 25, 2019
A cruel deception by Todd, Charles, author. A cruel deception

The Armistice of November 1918 ended the fighting, but the Great War will not be over until a Peace Treaty is drawn up and signed by all parties. Representatives from the Allies are gathering in Paris, and already ominous signs of disagreement have appeared. Sister Bess Crawford, who has been working with the severely wounded in England in the war's wake, is asked to carry out a personal mission in Paris for a Matron at the London headquarters of The Queen Alexandra's. Bess is facing decisions a

Oct 23, 2019
A cup of holiday fear by Alexander, Ellie, author. A cup of holiday fear

"Ashland, Oregon, looks as pretty as a postcard this holiday season. The halls are decked, stockings hung, and eyes are all aglow - mostly thanks to the buttered rum. Jules Capshaw and her staff at Torte are busier than ever...still, even the town's most in-demand bakers need to take a break. So Jules invites everyone to celebrate at the local Winchester Inn's Dickens Feast, a six-course extravaganza with Yorkshire Pudding, Christmas goose, and all the trimmings. But as the weather outside becom

Oct 25, 2019
A death in Harlem - a novel by Holloway, Karla F. C., 1949- author. A death in Harlem - a novel

"Renowned African American studies scholar Karla Holloway has been working on her first novel, "A Death in Harlem," for some years, as she blazed bright, consequential, and broad trails as a professor, dean, and administrator at Duke University. In this Harlem Renaissance mystery, Weldon Haynie Thomas is Harlem's first "colored" policeman, blessed with insight, humor, resourcefulness, and a deep intuition. (While Haynie is a fictional creation, the first African American policeman in NYC, Samuel

Oct 25, 2019
A man lay dead by Marsh, Ngaio, 1895-1982. A man lay dead

Nov 12, 2019
Apple cider slaying by Lindsey, Julie Anne, author. Apple cider slaying

"Blossom Valley, West Virginia, is home to Smythe Orchards, Winnie and her Granny's beloved twenty-five-acre farm and family business. But any way you slice it, it's struggling. That's why they're trying to drum up business with the "First Annual Christmas at the Orchard," a good old-fashioned holiday festival with enough delicious draw to satisfy apple-picking locals and cider-loving tourists alike--until the whole endeavor takes a sour turn when the body of Nadine Cooper, Granny's long-time, g

Nov 1, 2019
Beyond a reasonable stout by Alexander, Ellie, author. Beyond a reasonable stout

Amateur sleuth Sloan Krause delves into the murderous political world in another delightful mystery from popular cozy writer Ellie Alexander. It's the dead season in Leavenworth, Washington. The throngs of Oktoberfest crowds have headed home, and the charming Bavarian streets are quiet and calm--momentarily. Villagers use the reprieve to drink in the crisp fall mountain air and prepare for the upcoming winter light festival. Soon the German-inspired shops and restaurants will be aglow with thous

Oct 25, 2019
Bleeding Hearts by Albert, Susan Wittig Bleeding Hearts

Nov 7, 2019
Bloodlines by Burke, Jan Bloodlines

Nov 7, 2019
Born in death by Robb, J. D., 1950- Born in death

Nov 7, 2019
Brunswick Gardens by Perry, Anne. Brunswick Gardens

Nov 12, 2019
Can't judge a book by its murder by Lillard, Amy, author. Can't judge a book by its murder

"As Sugar Springs gears up for its all-class high school reunion, Mississippi bookstore owner Arlo Stanley prepares to launch her largest event: a book-signing with the town's legendary alum and bestselling author, Wally Harrison. That's when Wally is discovered dead outside of Arlo's front door and her best friend is questioned for the crime. When the elderly ladies of Arlo's Friday Night Book Club start to investigate, Arlo has no choice but to follow behind to keep them out of trouble. Yet wi

Nov 1, 2019
Christmas cow bells by Bryan, Mollie Cox, 1963- author. Christmas cow bells

Oct 24, 2019
Cleanup on aisle six by Stallings, Daniel, author. Cleanup on aisle six

"Attention, shoppers! Today's special is murder! The Minimum Wage Manhunter is back, bagging groceries and a killer. After solving a murder at his last low-paying job, 20-year-old Li Johnson thought he would never see a corpse again. Unemployed and flat broke, Li catches a lucky break when kindly supermarket clerk Reuben Rodriguez gets him a job at Esther's Family Grocery. But when a customer is found bludgeoned to death in the spice aisle, the evidence suggests that Li's new friend and benefact

Nov 7, 2019
Coached to death by Laurie, Victoria, author. Coached to death

"Cat Cooper never imagined selling off her in-demand marketing firm would mean going from the pinnacle of success to a walking hot mess. Gouged from an unexpected divorce, Cat suddenly finds herself struggling through a new career as a business-savvy life coach for the hopelessly adrift in East Hampton and contending with Heather Holland--a spiteful neighbor who will do anything to bully her out of town. But her second act may very well continue behind bars when Heather's dead body turns up next

Nov 1, 2019
Cold wind by Box, C. J. Cold wind

Nov 12, 2019
Crazy Mountain Kiss by McCafferty, Keith Crazy Mountain Kiss

Nov 12, 2019
Cutting edge - new stories of mystery and crime by women writers by Cutting edge - new stories of mystery and crime by women writers

Nov 1, 2019
Dachshund through the snow by Rosenfelt, David, author. Dachshund through the snow

"This Christmas, lawyer Andy Carpenter and his golden retriever, Tara, can't say no to helping young Danny and his dachshund, Murphy. Lawyer Andy Carpenter and his wife, Laurie, have started a new Christmas tradition. Their local pet store has a Christmas tree, where instead of ornaments there are wishes from those in need. One poignant wish leads Andy to a child named Danny, whose selfless plea strikes a chord. Danny asked Santa for a coat for his mother, a sweater for his dachshund, Murphy, an

Oct 25, 2019
Darker than amber - a Travis McGee novel by MacDonald, John D. (John Dann), 1916-1986. Darker than amber - a Travis McGee novel

Travis McGee and his pal Meyer rescue a woman who has been thrown off of a bridge. When they haul her out she's not only still alive but ready to entangle them in a murder racket of spectacular viciousness and ingenuity.

Oct 25, 2019

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