Reviews - Mystery

Red Tea
Meg
Mezeske

Jordan Howard is the new assistant English language instructor at the Ogawa High School in Japan. Shortly before her arrival, a student, Yuki, committed suicide, clouding Jordan’s first day of school.  Another student, Akira, confides in Jordan’s fellow teacher, Tatsuyasensei, Yuki was not a suicide. Several people believe this, especially after a second student, Emi Hirata, commits suicide.

A Murder of Principle
Susan
Coryell

Harding High School is in the midst of a Storme they call Wendy. Principal Wendy Storme is new to the school and making lasting impressions on all students, teachers, coaches and the community — and it’s not in a good way. Wendy is out to climb to the top of her career ladder no matter who is destroyed along the way.

It is fire season in the Montana Mountains and as a newcomer, Vangie is feeling the tension in the air. For all her concerns, she never expected the danger to come from a murder connected to her bakery. While Vangie knows she didn’t do it, someone seems determined to make her pay for the death anyway.

A Different Kind of Reunion
JoAnne
Guidoccio

Twenty years ago, Gilda Greco was teaching eighth grade in a small Canadian town and just recently has received word of the death of one of her former students. Because of odd circumstances and a missed email, Gilda is “invited” back to the tiny corner of the world to join in on a séance to find the truth.

When Cambria Clyne—klutzy, twenty-something single mom who’s desperate but unqualified—takes a job as an apartment manager at an LA complex, she thinks her life is finally about to turn around for the good. She’s right. Until she finds a dead body in the apartment dumpster, and a crime spree races through the complex.

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