Reviews - Mystery

Jay is back in his hometown of Cape Cod after leaving his lawyer position with its fast-paced lifestyle behind. Now, he’s in the middle of creating a restaurant in the old lighthouse with his brother and a dog he rescued. With his purchase of the lighthouse and its properties, he now has the companionship of the lighthouse ghost—Roland—as well as the rumors of treasures.

HUMOR:  After being conned by a cunning art forger, Annabel Riley is mortified and desperate to repair her reputation.  After a string of high-profile art thefts from some of Seattle’s most prestigious residents, Annabel and her friends, Evan and Lyla, try their hands at amateur sleuthing, deciding to investigate the thefts themselves.

When Pamela Palmer, a young wife and mother, is killed in a drunk driving accident. Her husband, Sam, and their twins, Brandi and Dennis are devastated. If that weren’t hard enough, their dog, Patches, nearly dies from Babesiosis.  As the family learns more details about Pamela’s accident, it looks as though the driver of the other car could walk away Scot-free.

Addie Foster is the owner of Smiling Dog Books, which she opened in her small, peaceful North Carolina hometown. Her even-keeled life is thrown into chaos when she discovers a body next door. Who was the man and why did he have her business card? The police detective assigned to the case wants answers to those questions, too.

Portal
Fred
Alvrez

When Casey and Nate wake up one day, everyone is gone. As Nate is looking throughout his hometown he comes upon Kelvin, a dog that somehow is able to talk at times. Strangest of all is a weird shimmery light at most of the JET gas stations which turn out to be “portals” to a regular world filled with people.

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