AN Unthymely Death
by Susan Wittig Albert
This delightful collection features loads of wonderful herbal tidbits on everything from rosemary to feverfew to catnip; recipes for such to-die-for dishes as a Deadly Chocolate Valentine, Ruby’s Applesauce Mint Bread, China’s Five-Spice Chicken and Veggie Stir-Fry, and McQuaid’s Tex Mex-and a host of creative ideas for garden and home.
(China Bayles Mysteries)
The Manhattan Puzzle
by Laurence O’Bryan
Sean has been tracking a symbol from another age. It provides a clue to a barbaric conspiracy. A puzzle with an answer feared for millenia.>
by Barb Han
He’s facing trouble as big – and unpredictable – as the Texas terrain. For security expert Dylan Jacobs, his little daughter is a light against the shadows of his past. But when the sexy ex-soldier locates missing Samantha Turner, the shadows return. Samantha is convinced their childhood nemesis – the Mason Ridge Abductor – is back. And that he’s hunting her.
An Appointment with Death
by Esther Raber
After the excitement of a murder in the inn, Abigail Lapp is looking forward to things getting back to normal. Business is booming at the Troyer Farms Bed and Breakfast, and Abigail simply does not have the time suffer with the flu. So when her rather bossy sister Sarah comes to help, she is both relieved and aggravated. But her aggravation is soon forgotten when she finds Dr. Smith, the village’s beloved physician, murdered in his office.
To Helen Back
by Susan McBride
When Milton Grone turns up dead in tiny River Bend, Illinois, nearly all the would-be suspects have the perfect alibi: attending Thursday night’s town meeting. And as Milton was hardly beloved, plenty of folks had a reason to do him in …
Grone’s next-door neighbor was furious about a fence that encroached on her property, among other wicked deeds. A pair of zealous tree huggers wanted Grone’s hide for selling a parcel of pristine land to a water park.
(A River Road Mysteries)
Famine to Civil War: An Irish Saga
by R.W. Raymond
In 1845, Joseph O’Brian and his famiy sailed to Sourh Carolina, America to flee from the Great Potato Blight in Ireland. Arriving in America was hard on the families trying to find housing and work to support them in a new country.
The author brought everything together. You could feel the pressure building before the war, as the young men were signing up and marching off to war, leaving their love ones.
Lost in Wildwood
by Jason Ryan Dale
Joshua has been a thief all his life. The biggest score he’s ever seen just fell into his lap. There are stacks of cash in a backroom practically waiting for the right crew to grab them. The planning and preparation have been painstaking, but years in the game have brought Joshua to this moment . . . and he’s ready!
Only two weeks to get everything set. When the big night comes, bullets fly and friends become enemies. This job is going to end in a test of all Joshua’s skills, and a reckoning with all his demons.
The Ginger Bread House
by James Richard
Set in a small town during the 1900’s, The Gingerbread House is Historical Literary Fiction grounded in nostalgia, mirth, and true love. When a journalist comes home from Europe to take over the town newspaper from his sister, he becomes infatuated with the local people and their stories.
From an orphaned young girl to a threatening politician to a mysterious and beautiful woman, each individual has a tale to tell in this anthology of brief yet captivating fictional vignettes, each of which rings all too familiar.
by T.J. Brearton
The bones are recent. They are not here by accident. They are a message. When the police put three photographs of known criminals on the Larsons’ kitchen table, the couple realize the danger may be closer to home than they think. As the situation escalates, can Brett and Emily keep one step ahead to protect themselves – and their unborn child?