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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.
Dying to Tell Review
When a bank chairman is killed while in the vault, Oliver "Tuck" Tucker comes back from the dead - at least to a few people - to help solve the mystery. Unfortunately, more bodies surface and those close to Tuck are also in the line of fire.
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.
Eggs in a Casket Review
Suzanne and Toni find an unexpected body in a grave that was dug for someone else. Suzanne assists Sheriff Doogie as they try to piece together an odd assortment of clues that lead to a climatic finish.
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine
A renowned collection of mystery stories, the Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine was established in 1942. Here is a brief history of the popular magazine and the clever detective on whom the original books were based.
Embroidering Andrea Review
Rachel Lyons attends her monthly quilting bee and comes home with two objectives: Locate the owner of a white truck who used it to try to kill her, and help Andrea locate her friend Amy who was missing.
When zoo keeper Iris Oakley is called out to a remote Washington State farm after a drug bust, little does she know the danger she puts her family and friends in after the rescue of exotic animals.
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.
Investigative TV reporter Charlie McNally soon finds her own life in danger when she attempts to prove an innocent woman is in prison, even as the woman continues to stand by her confession of guilt.
Farewell, My Lovely Review
In this second Philip Marlowe novel, Raymond Chandler has the laconic P.I. going where no man should go, and paying the price for his curiosity.
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