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Book Review: White Fox by Sara Faring

Mireille Foix was a superstar, the last embodiment of Old Hollywood glamour, a naif who burst onto the big screen after a reclusive, impoverished childhood on the European island nation of Viloxin. Years after establishing her career, she met and married another Viloki icon, an American immigrant to the island nation who audaciously renamed himself…

Cooking the Books: Goodnight Moo by Mollie Cox Bryan

Brynn MacAlister thinks she’s finally getting the hang of running her own dairy farm and cheesery in bucolic Shenandoah Springs, Virginia—especially with the help of her young assistant, Wes, the grandson of her beloved former neighbor, Nancy. She and Wes are even holding a cheesemaking contest in conjunction with the town’s upcoming summer festival, a…

Book Review: Don’t Look for Me by Wendy Walker

In Wendy Walker’s thrilling novel Don’t Look for Me, the greatest risk isn’t running away. It’s running out of time. With this sharp and riveting new thriller by Wendy Walker, take your psychological novel reading to a higher and deeper level. These last six years or so have seen a renewed interest in psychological thrillers…

Book Review: Fire and Vengeance by Robert McCaw

Fire and Vengeance by Robert McCaw is the second book in the Koa Kane Mystery series—set in Hilo, Hawaii—where an elementary school inexplicably built on top of an active volcano explodes and the chief detective must connect the dots to ensure justice is served for the victims.  Hawaii may be part of the United States,…

The Night of the Fire by Kjell Eriksson: Featured Excerpt

Chapter 1 Regina Rosenberg was a new hire, and this was her third day on the job. But that didn’t make her a dimwit. “Lindell.”  “Excuse me?” “I want to speak with Ann Lindell.” “There is no Ann Lindell at the department,” Regina Rosenberg stated after a few quick finger taps and a glance at…

Book Review: Shadows in Death by J. D. Robb

Roarke’s mysterious past is the heart of Shadows in Death. J.D. Robb alludes to this in her description of her 51st In Death book. While Roarke is Eve’s center, in Shadows in Death he’s at the center of her case as well.   When the murder of a woman in Washington Square Park interrupts a…

Win an eBook Copy of Family Meal: Recipes from Our Community!

Hello everyone. I’m Terrie Farley Moran and I write cozy mysteries including the Read ’Em and Eat series. In those cozies, Sassy Cabot and Bridgy Mayfield own a café and bookstore in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. At the Read ’Em and Eat book lovers can find such luscious treats such as Old Man and the…

Book Review: The Darkest Evening Ann Cleeves

Just before Christmas, Vera finds a young boy, strapped in his car seat, in an abandoned car close to Brockburn, her family’s ancestral estate. Vera’s complicated family history—her father Hector grew up at Brockburn—plays into the narrative. She well remembers strained visits to Brockburn with her father. That branch of the clan used politeness as…

The Orphan’s Guilt by Archer Mayor: New Excerpt

CHAPTER FOUR Searching the WeedsBrattleboro Reformer. Rachel Reiling speaking.” “Hi, Rachel. It’s Anne Proctor, from Proctor and Harris? Remember me?” “Sure.” Rachel pulled up her contacts on the screen and rediscovered that Proctor and Harris was a funeral home in Westminster, and thus the source of some biographical tidbits in the past—not that she’d…

Cooking the Books: Boston Scream Murder by Ginger Bolton

Halloween is just around the corner in Fallingbrook, Wisconsin, and Emily Westhill’s donut shop, Deputy Donut, is working hard to create the perfect seasonal treats. Boston Scream Donuts seem like a natural fit, despite the good-natured protests of the local know-it-all and outspoken Bostonphile, Rich Royalson. When he hires Emily to cater donuts and coffee…