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Mrs. John Doe Book Review
Nora Baron goes to England to identify and take the body of her husband home. Before she goes, however, she becomes involved in an illegal arms plot, several murders, and a living nightmare. Tom Savage has done an excellent job on this novel and it is recommended.
The Case of the Yellow Diamond Book Review
Sean Sean gets mixed up in a smuggling and murder plot which takes place of the island of Yap.
Death Before Decaf Book Review
Juliet Langley is the new manager of Java Jive, a coffee shop on the Vanderbilt University campus. Her employees don't like her, and she finds one of the dead in the dumpster on her first day on the job. Can Juliet find the murderer before she is blamed for it?
Make Me Book Review
Jack Reacher travels to Mother's Rest and partners with Michelle Chang to find a missing detective. While there they encounter bizarre happenings, and their lives are endangered.
Claude's Christmas Adventure Book Review
While this delightful novel is pushing it for the suspense/thriller genre, it's perfect to read for Christmas. It's humorous, romantic, and a bit suspenseful. You'll no doubt fall in love with Claude.
Eve - A Christmas Ghost Story Book Review
100 years ago 59 people were crushed to death during a party on Christmas Eve. The spirits are still there and have been haunting the town since the tragedy. Psychics Theo and Ness are asked to come investigate, and send the spirits where they belong so residents can reclaim their town.
Speaking in Bones Book Review
Tempe gets involved in a religious cult when a cybersleuth brings in the tape of a distressed girl and suggests that unidentified bones in Tempe's office belong to the girl on the tape.
The Santa Klaus Murder Book Review
Sir Osmond Melbury has been murdered at his family Christmas party, and the suspect was wearing a Santa suit. Although anyone in the family has good motive, the man playing Santa has none. This a fun novel - a cross between a British comedy and Agatha Christie, and perfect for the holiday season.
The Doll's House Book Review
Ruby Sprackling is being held in a cellar by a madman, and may be subjected to the same fate as the girls before her who have been starved to death. DI Helen Grace is called in, but the conflict and problems in her department are preventing her from solving the case.
The Unexpected Inheritance of Insp. Chopra Review
On his last day on the job, Inspector Chopra learns of a suspicious drowning that is being ignored by the other detectives in his department. He decides to investigate on his own. He has also inherited a baby elephant from a relative, and doesn't know what to do with him.
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