Murder... They Wrote

By Larry K. & Lorna Collins

Agape Jones is a retired NYPD police officer whose cell-phone ringtone is “Theme from Beverly Hills Cop.” Now living on Maui with his career brought to an early close because of a bullet in his thigh, Jones has become the volunteer head of security at...

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Ma Polinski's Pockets

By Sara Sheridan

In Edinburgh in the mid-1990s, Rachel White, a young archaeologist, finds she has been left £8 million by an old lady she only met when she was a child. Why had she received this mysterious legacy? Determined to find the answer, she begins to uncover...

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Missing in Mexico

By Stuart Gustafson

In Missing In Mexico by Stuart Gustafson, nineteen-year-old Sarah Johnson, her parents and her best friend, Mary, take a trip to Mexico for the Christmas holidays; but when it's time to return home, Sarah's bags are on the plane, but she isn't. The Johnsons hire...

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My Bad Tequila

By Rico Austin

Rico Austin's book My Bad Tequila is declared to be "a work of reality (80%) and fiction (20%)." As a student at Boise State University in Idaho, Rhet Austin decides to go on spring break with a busload of students to the Club Med...

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My Blood Runs Blue

By Stacy Eaton

There is a murder in Fawn Hollow Township, and Officer Kristen Greene and her partner are the first to respond. The victim is a young woman who Kristen has had dealings with before. The girl's parents are going to call in the VMF. Kristen is...

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Moving Can Be Murder

Every Wife Has A Story
By Susan Santangelo

Moving can be Murder is a well-written mystery with totally believable characters that anyone of any age, not just those facing retirement, will enjoy. Carol and Jim Andrews love their aging Victorian home in suburban Connecticut, but they understand, reluctantly, that it is time...

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Mapping Charlie

A Novel
By Jane Meyerding

Mapping Charlie is a unique mystery. The setting is Seattle, Washington. Our main character is Kay, a woman in her 50s. Kay suffers from autism and prosopagnosia, a neurological disorder where a person cannot recognize faces. Kay Schneider worked on campus and attended a Latin...

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Messages

By Weyman Jones

Mike Lyons's mother is the owner of Power Meetings, a corporate meeting planning agency. She is put on trial for killing Alex Reed, a man who worked for the firm providing inspirational speeches to clients, and also her lover. The evidence so overwhelming, the jury...

Murder By Another Name

By Jo Stone

A product meant to enhance a woman’s quality of life is suddenly found to do the opposite. A breast implant manufacturer’s products are causing the development of cancer in patients. Sherri Barker, a sales person for PolySurgical Specialties, a manufacturer of polyurethane coated breast implants,...

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Me, Myself and Why?

By Mary Janice Davidson

The main character in this book or should I say characters, are Candence Jones and her "sisters" as she likes to call them, Shiro and Adrienne. Actually they aren't her sisters at all but instead Candence has multiple personality disorder and these are her other...