• Crime & mystery
      2011

      Bingoed

      An Essie Cobb Senior Sleuth Mystery

      by Patricia Rockwell

      Why would spry senior Bob Weiderley suddenly fall into a coma after winning a game of Bingo? After all, he was the most physically fit of all the men at the Happy Haven Assisted Living Facility—able to bend over to tie his own shoes and use

    • Mystery
      2012

      Papoosed

      An Essie Cobb Senior Sleuth Mystery

      by Patricia Rockwell

      The Happy Haven Assisted Living Facility is a home for senior citizens--not newborn babies. So, when one of the kitchen workers asks ninety-year-old resident Essie Cobb to secretly care for his missing co-worker’s infant, she is flabbergast

    • Mystery
      2014

      A Paw-sible Theory

      A Murfy the Cat Mystery

      by Anna Kern

      When Ethan Hille discovers his mother Alyx slumped over her kitchen table, bleeding profusely from a gash in her head, he suspects foul play. Who would want to hurt Alyx? Surely, her three cats––two small females, Misty and Pook

    • Mystery
      2013

      Blind Sight Solution

      A Claire Burke Mystery

      by Emma Pivato

      When interior decorator Claire Burke discovers one of her clients dead on the new rug that she’s just installed, she never imagines that she will soon be hard at work investigating the woman’s murder. However, her severely disabled, w

    • Mystery
      2013

      Dead Silent

      An Eliza Gordon Mystery

      by Amy Beth Arkawy

      It’s summertime, and in Goodship, New York, the living is anything but easy. Controversial radio shock jock Paul Hackett is found strangled to death with his headphone cord around his neck in the studio of local radio station WSHP. There’s

    • Mystery
      2013

      Dead Stock

      A Bert Shambles Mystery

      by Tim Hall

      Meet Bert Shambles, a perpetually confused young man whose life continually mirrors his surname. He is stuck back in his suburban Long Island hometown, enduring a three-year suspended sentence for an act of chivalry gone terribly wrong. He works

    • Mystery
      2013

      Don't Cry Over Killed Milk

      A Damon Lassard Dabbling Detective Mystery

      by Stephen Kaminski

      Jeremiah Milk lived a life filled with emotional extremes. Amniotic band syndrome—a congenital condition—left his fingers and toes malformed. Ridiculed as a child, he became an adolescent hermit. As an adult, Jeremiah’s wounds healed

    • Mystery
      2013

      Granny Hooks a Crook

      A Fuchsia Minnesota Mystery

      by Julie Seedorf

      Granny leads a secret life in the small, unique community of Fuschia, Minnesota. It’s not just her all junk food diet, multiplying pets, or her shocking bedtime attire that makes Granny one in a million. No, Granny is an undercover co

    • Mystery
      2012

      It Takes Two To Strangle

      A Damon Lassard Dabbling Detective Mystery

      by Stephen Kaminski

      When the owner of a traveling carnival is strangled––not once but twice––on opening night of the summer fair in Hollydale, the police surmise he was not well liked. As the head of Hollydale’s citizens’ associat

    • Mystery
      2014

      Letters From Brackham Wood

      A Moira Edwards Mystery

      by Rita Gard Seedorf & Margaret Albi Verhoef

      In 1937 England, twenty years after losing contact with her only living relatives, Moira Edwards sends a Letter from Brackham Wood, where she has been serving as a maid of all work, to the last known American address of her uncle and aunt and

    • Mystery
      2015

      Murder by the Minutes

      A Piper O’Donnell Social Lite Mystery

      by Jennifer Vido

      Never judge a book by its cover unless Piper O’Donnell is prominently on display. Woodlawn, Ohio’s newest library board of trustee member is busily securing her social status by organizing the library’s premiere event of the season&nd

    • Mystery
      2015

      Murder by the Spoonful

      An Antique Hunters Mystery

      by Vicki Vass

      When chemist Anne Hillstrom finds her Great Aunt Sybil dead on her living room floor, she immediately contacts the police. The death scene has all the earmarks of a robbery gone awry. Unfortunately, the police seem unable to determine if the old

    • Mystery
      2014

      Murder Is Elementary

      A Susan Wiles Schoolhouse Mystery

      by Diane Weiner

      Susan Wiles is blissfully retired from her teaching position at Westbrook Elementary School. What a joy to be able to attend the holiday concert without worrying about how her student chorus will perform. But, wait a minute. Where&rsq

    • Mystery
      2012

      Physics Can Be Fatal

      An Edwina Goodman Mystery

      by Elissa D. Grodin

      Alan Sidebottom was what some outside the rarified world of academic physics might call a superstar. In the realm of string theory, black holes, and the Higgs-Boson particle, Sidebottom was a celebrity. So, when tiny Cushing College snagged

    • Mystery
      2013

      Strangled by Silk

      A Poppy Cove Mystery

      by Barbara Jean Coast

      Daphne and Margot––two independent young California women in 1957––own their own dress shop called Poppy Cove. When one of their top clients––Constance Stearns-Montgomery––is strangled to death with

    • Mystery
      2013

      The Sinister Sitcom Caper

      A Sandy Fairfax Teen Idol Mystery

      by Sally Carpenter

      Sandy Fairfax, former teen idol and star of the '70s hit TV show Buddy Brave, Boy Sleuth, is now middle-aged and realizes that making a comeback can be murder. He's the guest star on Off-Kelter, a corny family situation comedy, and th

    • Mystery
      2013

      Truth Kills

      An Angelina Bonaparte Mystery

      by Nanci Rathbun

      In TRUTH KILLS, librarian-turned-private-investigator Angelina Bonaparte is a woman on a mission––to ferret out cheaters and lowlifes and bring them to justice. Angie has plenty of experience with such men––and not just be

    • Mystery
      2014

      Under an English Heaven

      An Ellie Kent Mystery

      by Alice K. Boatwright

      What could be more pleaceful than living life as a vicar’s wife in the English countryside? That’s what newlywed Ellie Kent believes as she begins her life with her clergyman husband Graham. Unfortunately, she is no sooner ensconced i

    • Fiction
      2013

      Wedding Wipeout

      A Rabbi Kappelmacher Mystery

      by Jacob M. Appel

      Two elderly spinster sisters––Florence and Lorraine––have lived together ever since the death of their wealthy father, living on generous stipends provided in his will that continue until one of them marries––at whic

    • Mystery
      2012

      Voice Mail Murder

      A Pamela Barnes Acoustic Mystery

      by Patricia Rockwell

      Who stabbed the philandering football coach in the back? Was it one of the three women who left romantic voice mail messages on the cell phone found next to his body in the motel room? The police don’t have a clue. None of the

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