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The Ghost and the Femme Fatale Review
The grand opening of a renovated old movie house provided the perfect opportunity for the community of Quindicott to hold a noir film festival until a couple of suspicious accidents take their deadly toll.
Boston Scream Pie Review
A serious and surprisingly humorous look at how the horrific dreams of a teenager are unexpectedly tied to a newly formed dysfunctional family.
On What Grounds Review
When Clare Cosi returns as manager of The Village Blend after a ten-year absence, she finds her assistant manager unconscious at the bottom of the basement stairs surrounded by coffee grounds. The police say it was an accident, but Clare is not convinced.
7th Heaven Review
The Women's Murder Club conducts an investigation into the most gruesome case yet, while also tracking down the popular son of a former California governor.
Booktown Mysteries by Lorna Barrett
Lorna Barrett has created a bookstore mystery series sure to satisfy cozy fans. Join Trish Miles and Miss Marple, her cat, as they solve a series of crimes in the quaint town of Stoneham, New Hampshire.
Winter in Madrid Review
Sweeping historical and political thriller set in 1940s Spain shortly after the end of the Spanish Civil War - a devastating war that left Madrid in ruins and her people shaken.
Loser's Town Review
When LA detective David Spandau hires on to protect up-and-coming film star Bobby Dye, little does he know what a deadly turn this case will take.
The 6th Target Review
The Women's Murder Club go through their toughest time ever as one member fights for her life and the other three work to get a serial killer off the streets.
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.
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