Thursday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Late Reads

The Body in the Gazebo
by Katherine Hall Page

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Minister’s wife, caterer, and amateur sleuth Faith Fairchild must solve a deadly mystery more than seventy years in the making in The Body in the Gazebo, the nineteenth ingenious whodunit in the delectable, Agatha Award-winning series by Katherine Hall Page.

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(Faith Fairchild Mysteries)


The Light Between The Shadows
by Tsukiko Spark

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The world is his oyster; nobody can resist him. Beautiful women fall at his feet, and he switches them and his personal assistants constantly. Just when Ben is scrambling to finish a work project so he can leave for a lengthy vacation, someone close to him decides to make a profound change in his behavior using a dubious, non-conventional therapeutic process.


Ghosts
by Ed McBain

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A young woman stops at the grocery store after work, but she never makes it home – at least not all the way. She is stabbed to death in front of her building, her groceries strewn across the cold pavement. Upstairs her neighbor and popular ghost story author Gregory Craig lay dead as well, stabbed in his apartment.

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(87th Precinct Mysteries)


Yesterday’s Echo
by Matt Coyle

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Rick Cahill was never convicted of his wife’s murder, but he was never exonerated either. Not by the police. Not by the media. Not even by himself. Eight years later, police suspicion and his own guilt remain over his responsibility in his wife’s death. When he meets Melody Malana, a beautiful yet secretive TV reporter, he sees a chance to love again.

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(The Rick Cahill Mysteries)


Time to Be in Earnest
by P. D. James

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Taking to heart Dr. Johnson’s advice that at seventy-seven it is “time to be in earnest,” she decided to undertake a book unlike any she had written before: a personal memoir in the form of a diary. This enchanting and highly original volume is the result. Structured as the diary of a single year, it roams back and forth through time, illuminating James’s extraordinary, sometimes painful and sometimes joyful life.

Thursday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Early Reads

Miss Julia Hits the Road
by Ann B. Ross

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Miss Julia – that Southern spitfire of a certain age who is never less than charming, even when she’s at her most opinionated – has been praised by Fannie Flagg as “one of the most delightful characters to come along in years.” Don’t miss Ann Ross’s newest, Miss Julia Weathers The Storm, coming April 2017 from Viking.

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(Miss Julia Mysteries)


The Killing Collective
by Gary Starta, Robin Firestone

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A Gripping, Stand Alone, Character-Driven FBI Crime Thriller. Longtime detective Stanford Carter and his wife, forensic scientist Jill Seacrest, have always felt one was the yin to the other’s yang. Carter is formal, logical, detached and incredibly reserved. As team leader, he displays an unflagging commitment to duty, a keen sense of logic and strategy, and the poker face of a true champion.


Everything We Left Behind
by Kerry Lonsdale

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Told from one man’s two perspectives, Everything We Left Behind effortlessly blends suspense, mystery, and romance in an exploration of loss, resilience, and the compelling need to protect the ones we love at all cost. Two months before his wedding, financial executive James Donato chased his trade-laundering brother Phil to Mexico, only to be lost at sea and presumed dead.


Soho Dead
by Greg Keen

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Kenny Gabriel is three years away from turning sixty, has forty-three quid in the bank and is occasionally employed to find people who would rather not be found. Broke, clientless and depressed, he knows things can’t get much worse. Then he’s summoned to the office of London media magnate Frank Parr, whose daughter, Harry, is missing – and there’s ten grand on the table to get her back.

Wednesday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Late Reads

Wicked Little Secret
by Lotta Smith, Hot Tree Editing

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Everyone has secrets – ghosts are no exception… Finding her body taken over by a ghost with unfinished business while entertaining a tempting (yet dangerous sounding) invitation from Rick Rowling – her boss – has Amanda Meyer, FBI special assistant and resident ghost whisperer for the Paranormal Cases Division, in a tailspin. Her drag-queen-guardian ghost is acting even stranger than usual, a murder victim holds a clue to finding a stolen sculpture, and a parade of well-meaning family members might just set another murder in motion.

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(Paranormal in Manhattan Mysteries)


The Lottery Winner
by Mary Higgins Clark

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Alvirah Meehan, one of Mary Higgins Clark’s most beloved characters, returns in these dazzling, intertwined tales of sleuthing and suspense. Alvirah, the former cleaning lady who struck it rich in the lottery, made her first appearance in Weep No More, My Lady. Now, with her devoted mate, Willy, the ever-resourceful Alvirah delves into crime-solving on a grand scale – and with her own inimitable style.


Death Trap
by Sue Henry

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Up north, the summers are brief – and winter, like death, is cold and long… When murder becomes an attraction here as well — an especially brutal one — when the corpse of a small-time hoodlum slain by a double-blade axe blow to the skull turns up on the fairgrounds. Jessie shouldn’t get involved, having already seen too much violent death in her lifetime. But strange connections are linking the killing with a child’s kidnapping . . . and with the sudden disappearance of her own beloved lead sled dog.

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(Alaska Mysteries)


Jagged Edge
by Multiple Authors

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She’s never failed on a mission, and she’s not about to fail on the most important mission ever-keeping her newly designed security system safe. Relying on others isn’t in her nature, but the newly formed Arsenal is her only hope for escape when she’s kidnapped. Getting her back was simple. Keeping her and her “security system” HERA out of enemy hands is another story.

Wednesday’s Mystery Kindle Books: Early Reads

Murder at the Moonshine Inn
by Maggie King

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When high-powered executive Roxanne Howard dies in a pool of blood outside the Moonshine Inn, Richmond, Virginia’s premier redneck bar, the victim’s sister enlists Hazel Rose to ferret out the killer. At first Hazel balks – she’s a romance writer, not a detective. But Brad Jones, Rox’s husband, is the prime suspect. He’s also Hazel’s cousin, and Hazel believes in doing anything to help family. Never mind that Brad won’t give her the time of day – he’s still family.


Out of the Shadows
by Ana Stone, Ciana Stone

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Lost memories and hard knocks of life have three people converging in a small town in North Carolina. They think it’s change, but it’s a lot more. It’s a time of love and hate, fear and danger. A time of self-discovery and self-doubt. They’ll find themselves merging on the same path – a path that leads to a truth that will change everything. If they survive.


In Desperation
by Rick Mofina

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Eleven-year-old Tilly Martin is dragged from her suburban bedroom. Her mother, Cora, pleads for mercy but the kidnappers are clear: if they don’t get their $5 million back in five days, Tilly dies. If anyone contacts police, Tilly dies. Journalist Jack Gannon’s estranged sister, Cora, disappeared without a trace decades ago…

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(A Jack Gannon Mysteries)


In the Market for Murder
by T E Kinsey

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Spring, 1909, and Lady Hardcastle, amateur sleuth and all-round eccentric, is enjoying a well-deserved rest. But a week after a trip to the cattle market, Spencer Caradine, a local farmer, turns up dead in the pub, face-down in his beef and mushroom pie. Once again, it is up to Lady Hardcastle and her maid, Florence, to solve the case.

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(A Lady Hardcastle Mysteries)