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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.
Downtown Strut Review
Author and playwright Edna Ferber unexpectedly finds herself mentoring a group of young, talented black writers and actors. When one of the writers is murdered, Edna sets out to track down the murderer with the help of Waters Turpin and his mother Rebecca, Ms. Ferber's housekeeper.
Drive Time Review
Investigative report Charlie McNally stumbles upon a scam that includes stakeouts, hidden cameras, and car chases. Unfortunately, secrets in the lives of her friends and coworkers threaten to derail the case, and her relationships.
Drop Dead Divas
The bawdy Dixie Divas are back and in fine spirits until they get too deeply involved in a murder investigation that hits a little too close to home.
Dying to Know Review
When Detective Oliver Tucker is murdered in his own home, little does he know how important his own ghostly participation will be in helping catch his killer.
Edgar Allan Poe
This is the bicentennial of Edgar Allan Poe's birth. He is credited with introducing the mystery genre's first fictional detective in The Murders in the Rue Morgue. Here is a brief bio of Poe's fascinating life.
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