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The Second Life Of Nick Mason Book Review
Nick Mason's early release from prison is truly a deal with the devil. Is it possible for him to get out of the deal and stay alive? This book has plenty of twists and turns, and will leave readers on the edge.
Final Fondue Book Review
Val Deniston discovers a body in her Granddad's backyard - one of the guests staying at their house during the tri-centennial celebration in their small town of Bayport. An amateur detective, Val is trying to solve the murder before the police charge the wrong man.
Prime Evil Book Review
DCI Jack Callum and his team of detectives investigate the grisly murder of an actor who was nailed to a tree. The novel is set in the 50s, and Jack's partner is a woman; this causes friction because women aren't supposed to be good at this kind of job.
A Useful Woman Book Review
In this, the first book in a series that is set in early England, Rosalind Thorne must help solve a grisly murder while at the same time follow all of the social rules. A good book for lovers of historical suspense.
A Scone to Die For Book Review
This new series of culinary mysteries is delightful. If you want something light, but also suspenseful, you'll want to pick up this well-written, fun book.
The Waters of Eternal Youth Book Review
Commisario Guido Brunetti is asked to investigate a near-drowning that happened 15 years previously. Although reluctant, he feels obligated, and his investigation leads to plenty of suspense and ultimately murder.
Gone Black Book Review
Nicholas Black and Claire Morgan are finally tying the knot, but Black is kidnapped on his way home from France, and doesn't make it to the wedding. He is being tortured, and needs help. Claire and Black just may not survive.
A Song for the Brokenhearted Book Review
This excellent historical thriller is absolutely fascinating. Breen and his former partner at Scotland Yard, Tozer delve into the world of murder and political corruption for an edge-of-your seat experience.
Stealing the Countess Book Review
The Countess Borromeo, a $4 million Stradivarius violin has been stolen, and Mac McKenzie has been asked to negotiate with the thieves to get it back. This is the 13th book in a humorous and fun series.
A Death in Sweden Book Review
Former CIA Operative Dan Hendricks is at the top of a hit list, as his former colleagues are murdered, and he must keep himself safe while trying to tie an old murder to the new head of the CIA.
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