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Janet Evanovich and the Comedic Mystery
Janet Evanovich is the author of the popular Stephanie Plum series. The comedic mystery genre has increased in popularity with readers and authors over the past thirty to forty years.
Just You Wait Review
Private Detective David Randall and his Grace Street friends are busy with several interesting and challenging projects including the disappearance of a well-known local character actor, a missing beauty cosmetics partner, shoplifters stealing unexpected items, and much more.
Justice in June Review
Miami criminal defense lawyer Mary Magruder Katz finds herself caught up in three different cases in this worthy follow-up to Fatal February.
Killer Crab Cakes Review
Phyllis Newsom's relaxing getaway as house sitter at her cousins quaint bed-and-breakfast on the Texas Gulf Coast goes awry when a guest dies after eating the crab cakes, and not from indigestion!
Killing Sunday Review
New recruit Senior Constable Jill Brennan agreed to go undercover in a Sydney, Australia art gallery in order to apprehend an art fraud suspect who, unfortunately, disappeared before investigators could apprehend him.
Kind of Blue Review
Following the murder of a legendary ex-cop, tenacious top cop Ash Levine is asked to return to the force. He reluctantly agrees as the move allows him a chance to solve an unresolved murder from the year before.
Kings Rapids Review
Stockcar driver Kurt Maxxon's plans to focus on the weekend race are disrupted when he finds the body of a well-known local race car driver. When the driver's ex-girlfriend is arrested, Kurt's asked to help find the real killer.
Kittens Can Kill Review
Animal behaviorist expert Pru Marlowe arrives at a home to settle an unattended kitten until her new mistress can arrive, and is surprised to find the kitten playing quietly on the kitchen floor beside a cooling body.
Lafitte's Black Box Review
Hair-raising adventure of a young teen whose dreams of pirates from two centuries ago threaten to interfer with modern day reality. Suitable for both middle school age and adults.
Last Call Review
Ridley Brone returned home to take over his deceased parents popular karaoke bar, but found his previous career as a private eye was more useful as the body count began to rise.
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