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Desert Drop Review
Thrilled to discover she has a half-sister, Alice James is devastated when Corina mysteriously disappears before they can meet.
Desert Shadow Review
A retired couple get caught up in a smuggling operation taking place on their land near the Mexican-Arizona boundary that puts their lives in grave danger.
Devil Wind Review
Sammy Greene is again on the air, only this time in 1999 Los Angeles with Y2K looming, the Santa Ana winds sweeping wildfires across the LA basin, and a baffling number of murders that include the daughter of a friend.
Dial Emmy for Murder
As soap star Alexis Peterson begins to present an award at the Daytime Emmys, her missing co-presenter suddenly makes an appearance. The next thing Alexis knows, she is investigating yet another murder with the handsome detective Frank Jakes planted firmly by her side.
Did Not Survive Review
After her boss was seemingly mauled to death in an elephant enclosure, zookeeper Iris Oakley seeks to find out who committed murder, and why they are now after her!
Washington, D.C. politics and power collide with secrets and sex in one dynamite legal thriller.
Dixie Divas Review
First cousins Trinket Truevine and Bitty Hollandale are in a bit of a mess when the body of Bitty's ex-husband ends up in her hall closet. Can the Dixie Divas find out why his body keeps showing up in odd places before the local police throw away the key to Bitty's jail cell?
Dog in the Manger Review
A dog has disappeared and down-on-his-luck PI Eli Paxton has been hired to find her. The case involving the number one Weimaraner in the country and current Westminister winner turns out more difficult and dangerous than Paxton expected.
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff
Now officially licensed PI's, James and Skip are hired by a carnival owner to catch whoever caused a string of accidents and at least one death. But, can the guys stay alive long enough to finish the assignment?
Donald E. Westlake
Donald Westlake was one of the most prolific writers of our time, writing under several pseudonyms including Richard Stark and Samuel Holt. While he was known for his early hard-boiled criminal novels, he also created the comedic mystery niche.
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