Daily Archives: July 18, 2017

DEAD STORAGE By Mary Feliz

Maggie McDonnell has a meeting with Stephen to began the organize his and Jason’s home for the remodel. Jason is away leading his team of first responders in Texas due to tornadoes and flooding. Maggie is surprised that Stephen has … Continue reading

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ROOM FOR DOUBT By Nancy Cole Silverman

Carol Child, a radio reporter is upset when she is called away from her son’s 16th birthday to cover the death of a man hanging from the Hollywood sign. At the scene, she found it hard to believe the man’s … Continue reading

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KILLER PARTY By Lynn Cahoon

Jill Gardiner and her boyfriend Greg have moved in together and are adjusting to joint habitation. Greg’s high school friends invite them to the bachelor party for Levi Walters. The party is held at the Castle in South Cove. The … Continue reading

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THE KILLING TRAIL By Margaret Mizushima

A first class police procedure featuring a K- 9 dog. Drugs are making a headway into the small town of Timber Creek, Colorado. Money was raised to add a K-9 dog to the police. A contest of physical strength among … Continue reading

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HOME FOR THE HAUNTING By Juliet Blackwell

The story covers welfare fraud and youth problems. There are enough twists and turns to keep you turning the pages. This is the fourth book and I have two more to read in the series. Mel is doing volunteer work … Continue reading

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SEW DEADLY By Elizabeth Lynn Casey

A delightful fun read with some romance and a couple minor mysteries.Victoria Sinclair moved to Sweet Briar South Carolina to take the head librarian position. She bought a house there. Tori, as she prefers to be known, is invited to … Continue reading

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RELATIVE DANGER By June Shaw

A romantic mystery and the first of new series. There was an overabundance of philosophy that bothers me. I didn’t care for her handling of Mimie. Cealia Gunther is an older lady on a quest to find herself. She is … Continue reading

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