Tag: amateur sleuth

Juicy Jersey

Juicy Jersey

| June 28, 2017

Grab the latest funny fiction in the Mina Kitchen Cozy Mystery series! More cozy comedy! More murders!   Summertime, and the living is umm–not as easy as Mina had hoped. But, she finally has a full-time job, working alongside her new boyfriend, Jack (that is, Chef Jacque, when they’re at Squirrel Run Acres.) That’s good, […]

Missing Mona: A Tommy Cuda Mystery

Missing Mona: A Tommy Cuda Mystery

| May 26, 2017

Foreword Reviews 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards Finalist 2016 New York Book Festival – Runner Up “Klingler presents his craftiest yarn to date, summoning the pulpy spirits of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett. The setting of Chicago rattles from the page in lines such as, ‘The buildings held noise and exhaust fumes around […]

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Child of Paradise (Listen to your Dreams)

Child of Paradise (Listen to your Dreams)

| May 11, 2017

Life takes an unexpected turn when Tia meets the boy whom she secretly had a crush on all through her school years. Not only does Ron steal her heart but he seems equally besotted in a true blue sense of the word. Tia’s friends who had always known about her infatuation are more than thrilled […]

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Past Judgment (An Emma Harrison Mystery Book 1)

Past Judgment (An Emma Harrison Mystery Book 1)

| February 20, 2015

Your mother has been kidnapped. And it’s your fault.Ex-soldier and convicted murderer, Leroy Carter, has always claimed that he is innocent. Whilst being transferred to Dartmoor Prison, the van is involved in an accident and he makes a bid for freedom. With clues scarce, Prison Governor Emma Harrison realises the key to finding the prisoner […]

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Hope Road

Hope Road

| December 27, 2014

A gripping read… A fascinating study in dark and evil… The stuff of Great British grit and dark, dark humour … Barlow provides plenty of twists and turns before the truth is revealed. But what is most enjoyable about Barlow’s writing isn’t his story archs or plotting, but his characters, dialogue and sense of place… […]

Taking the Fall: A Cozy Mystery (Brenna Battle Book 1)

Taking the Fall: A Cozy Mystery (Brenna Battle Book 1)

| November 13, 2014

Olympian Brenna Battle once had the fire. Now, she’s just burned out—and burned by love. She’s ready to retire from competitive judo and pursue a new dream in a new town, with her biggest supporter, her recently divorced little sister, Blythe. But on their first day in town, Blythe falls for local sleaze-bag reporter, Ellison […]

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Death Will Extend Your Vacation

Death Will Extend Your Vacation

| December 2, 2013

Bruce, Barbara, and Jimmy take shares in a clean and sober group house in the Hamptons. They’ve barely slapped on the sun block when they find the body of their beautiful housemate Clea on the beach. Soon the whole community is buzzing with lies and secrets like flies at a picnic. The cops call it […]

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The Company You Keep (Kendra Clayton Mystery #1) (Kendra Clayton Series)

The Company You Keep (Kendra Clayton Mystery #1) (Kendra Clayton Series)

| November 13, 2013

Hard as she tried, twenty-eight-year-old Kendra Clayton never quite broke out of her hometown of Willow, Ohio. Now she works part-time as a GED instructor and beefs up her income by hostessing at her uncle’s restaurant, soaking up the local gossip. It’s a quiet life, but Kendra hasn’t given up hope that one day Mr. […]

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Everyone Burns (Time, Blood and Karma, Book One)

Everyone Burns (Time, Blood and Karma, Book One)

| November 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

‘He opens a drawer of his desk, casually takes out a pistol, flicks off the safety catch and points it at my head. He says almost sorrowfully, “Do you imagine me to be a gangster, Mr Braddock?”‘ It is January 2005, and the charred remains of two Europeans have been discovered on the Thai island […]

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Huckleberry Fiend

Huckleberry Fiend

| October 22, 2013

“A deftly plotted mystery…a delightful book.”—San Antonio Express News “A literary romp…a bright, light, cleverly written tale.” —Cincinnati Post A RISIBLE TREAT FOR THE RIGOROUS BIBLIOPHILE (AND ANYONE ELSE WHO LOVES A GOOD PUZZLE) … The most priceless American manuscript in existence has unceremoniously dropped into Paul Mcdonald’s hands–now what? In between much-needed therapy sessions, […]

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