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The Queen's Accomplice Book Review
Maggie Hope is a unique and likable character, and in the sixth installment does not disappoint in her quest to find a Jack the Ripper copycat murderer, and to get the women who serve during the war effort the pay and benefits they have earned.

Dead in a Dumpster Book Review
Leah Norwood, the protagonist in this new series, discovers the body of Isabel Meeks in the dumpster behind their businesses. Isabel is not well-liked, and there are dozens of people who would want to see her dead, but unfortunately Leah is one of the top suspects. Can she prove her innocence?

Beignets, Brides, & Bodies Book Review
Maggie Miller, pushy Beignet restaurant owner, is putting her nose where it doesn't belong to vindicate her friends, and causes plenty of trouble and danger for herself and her friends. She may not survive her own investigation.

Into the Black Nowhere Book Review
This is the second installment in the UNSUB series and it will keep thriller fans on the edge of their seats. FBI profiler, Caitlin Hendrix is trailing a serial killer patterned after Ted Bundy.

Friend of the Devil Book Review
Did Joseph Soderini de Avenzano sell his soul to the devil to become the most famous chef in America? There are suspicious goings on at his famous Palm Beach restaurant, and David Fox is a journalist writing de Avenzano's biography.

The Three Deaths of Magdalene Lynton Book Review
Set in New Zealand, this new series is fascinating. Although Magdelene Lynton died almost 40 years prior, the facts don't add up and Ngaire Blakes investigates what really happened.

Caught Bread Handed Book Review
Jules Capshaw is working in her family bakeshop, Torte, and enjoying being back in her hometown. However, when a tacky chain restaurant that doesn't fit the Shakespearean theme of the town is opened and the owner is murdered, Jules starts investigating.

Night Moves Book Review
When Chet Corvin and his family return home after a dinner out, Chet discovers a body in his study. Since the body has no face or hands, it is unidentifiable. Milo Sturgis calls Alex Delaware in to help with the psychological aspects of the case.

Moral Defense Book Review
Samantha Brinkmann is back and is serving as a legal advocate to a young girl, Cassie, whose family has been murdered. Samantha can relate, since much of what Cassie is going through is similar to her own childhood. Sam's investigation uncovers things that don't add up.

Nothing Short of Dying Book Review
New protagonist Clyde Barr is introduced in this first novel of the series. Barr is not your typical hero, and while he is rescuing his sister, Jen, from a drug lord, readers will be on the edge of their seats.

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