Meet Isabel Puddles by M.V. Byrne

I don’t know exactly why I was instantly hooked on Meet Isabel Puddles – but I was and I am! Maybe it’s because she’s an older widowed woman juggling an assortment of part-time jobs to bring in extra income. Maybe it’s because she’s a fan of Mannix, Rockford, McMillan...

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Carried to the Grave & Other Stories by Leslie Budewitz

I’ve taken several trips to the quaint town of Jewel Bay, Montana – compliments of Leslie Budewitz, through her Food Lovers’ Village Mystery series. This series is filled with plenty of down-to-earth warmth, with characters as solid as the plots and, of course, the occasional...

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Two-Way Murder by E.C.R. Lorac

Two-Way Murder is a British Crime Classic that has been lost for over 60 years. Today Poisoned Pen Press has released this forgotten gem written by Edith Caroline Rivett (1894-1958), writing as E.C.R. Lorac and *Carol Carnac. It’s a dark and misty winter night on the...

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Claret And Present Danger by Sarah Fox

It’s Sadie Coleman’s first full summer as a new pub owner in the quaint town of Shady Creek, Vermont. Her literary pub, the Inkwell, sports a cozy setting of books, bar food, and of course, a well-stocked cache of assorted liquor. Sadie’s looking forward to the Trueheart...

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Death & Sensibility by Elizabeth Blake

Erin Coleridge owns the Kirkbymoorside bookstore in North Yorkshire moors. But in this tale, we find her heading off to the quaint English town of York to host a Jane Austen Society conference in the York Grand Hotel. It’s just the change of pace Jane has been looking...

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