Reviews - Mystery

A House of Her Own
Patricia
Dusenbury

When Claire Marshall stumbles across an old house in a nice neighborhood for dirt cheap, she is positive she’s lucked out.

The Horse Hide
J.R.
Scott

Alie McCull has a nose for trouble. When a trip to the racetrack with her husband coincides with murder and food poisoning, Alie knows there is more going on than a couple of accidents. As the reporter uncovers more details she discovers a web of lies and more mysteries.

A Season for Killing Blondes
Joanne
Guidoccio

COZY MYSTERY:  After winning it big in the lottery, Gilda Greco decides to strike out and open her own business—a career counseling center—so she can help people find direction in their professional lives.

After her husband’s death nine months earlier, 39-year-old Choir Director Bertie Bigelow reluctantly finds herself accompanying Judge Theophilous Green to an upscale New Year’s Eve society gala for elite Afro-Americans in Chicago.

Deadly Secrets
Lacey
Roberts

Detective Inspector Flynn and forensic pathologist Lily are thrust into a game of cat and mouse when a body of a student is found bearing the bite of an Egyptian Cobra. The second Flynn meets Lily, he’s smitten and wants her in his bed.

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