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The Worst Kind of Lies Review
A behind-the-scenes look at the life insurance industry when corporate greed becomes more important the needs of the client, and one man decides to fight back.

The Ghost and Mrs. McClure Review
Penelope had a difficult evening when she hosted her first best-selling author as the new co-manager of a small town bookstore. Not only did she have to deal with his obnoxious entourage, but during his speech the author died after drinking out of a water bottle she had handed him.

In the Moon of Red Ponies Review
Now living in Missoula, Montana, former Texas Ranger Billy Bob Holland hangs out his shingle as a lawyer and becomes involved in a bigger case than he ever expected.

Espresso Shot Review
What would you do if your ex-husband's bride-to-be suddenly became a target for a crazed killer? If you are Clare Cosi, you make sure the wedding goes as scheduled.

Angel's Advocate Review
Beaufort and Company find themselves in the midst of a haunting set of circumstances in this fabulous paranormal cozy mystery series by Mary Stanton.

Defending Angels Review
A charming and quirky cast of characters will thoroughly entertain cozy mystery lovers in this haunting debut novel from the Beaufort and Company paranormal series.

Lords of Corruption Review
Kyle Mills has written a thought-provoking thriller about murder and corruption in the heart of Africa that will keep you reading until the stunning end.

The Maltese Manuscript Review
Author Joanne Dobson writes this 5th Karen Pelletier novel in the classic noir hard-boiled detective fiction style with good results.

The Ingredients of a Good Thriller Review
Have you ever wanted to try your hand at writing a thriller? This quick and easy guide will show you how to make that genre work for you as a writer.

The High Window Review
Raymond Chandler's third Philip Marlowe novel continues to satisfy. As Marlowe seeks a stolen coin, and contemplates a series of unexplained murders, he finds he must deal with the usual motley cast of characters.

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