Tag: cozy mystery

Where in Hard-Boiled City is Carmella Sanfrancisco?: Classen’s Tale

Where in Hard-Boiled City is Carmella Sanfrancisco?: Classen’s Tale

| October 13, 2017

A great mystery unsolved.An ancient game forgotten.A noir detective hard-boiled. Industry Giant, Tornado Tech, released the first online video game over thirty years ago and the black and white edutainment relic has been collecting dust ever since. But hidden within the crude polygons and musty word puzzles of Hard-Boiled City is one of the greatest […]

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Christmas Bizarre

Christmas Bizarre

| October 10, 2017

READERS’ FAVORITE 5-STAR REVIEW ! What do Santa’s Sidekick, a dead lawyer and a geriatric vampire have in common? Meet Mina Kitchen–a forty-something single who finds trouble quicker than she can whip up a batch of breakfast breads. Plural. Her catering disorder runs neck-and-neck with her weird luck, and her cat’s weirder tendency toward gnawing […]

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The curse of Senmut

The curse of Senmut

| October 4, 2017

“…superbly crafted and entertaining mystery adventures…” –Midwest Book Review “Nice thrills and chills. The authors have obviously done their archeological homework, and in between all the mysterious goings-on, we learn fascinating details of Hatshepsut’s stormy reign. The Egyptology is all there, and it’s enjoyable.” –Mystery Scene Magazine Outside a small village near the Valley of […]

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Lady Justice and the Watchers

Lady Justice and the Watchers

| September 25, 2017

Suzanne Collins wrote the Hunger Games, Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World and George Orwell wrote 1984. All three novels were about dystopian societies of the future. In Lady Justice and the Watchers, Walt Williams sees the world we live in today through the eyes of a group who call themselves ‘The Watchers’. Oscar Levant […]

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Assignment Denver: The Case of the Eccentric Heiress

Assignment Denver: The Case of the Eccentric Heiress

| September 25, 2017

Travel writer Jae Lovejoy thought her days of crime reporting were over . . . She was wrong. Jae thought she found her dream job. Being a travel writer let her enjoy all her favorite things: seeing new places … staying on the go … telling unusual stories … until she stumbled across a murder […]

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Peete and Repeat

Peete and Repeat

| September 22, 2017

An IndieBRAG Medallion Honoree. A biking and camping trip to southeastern Minnesota turns into double trouble for Frannie Shoemaker and her friends as she deals with a canoeing mishap and a couple of bodies. Strange happenings in the campground, the nearby nature learning center, and an old power plant complicate the suspect pool and Frannie […]

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The Mayan Mask of Death

The Mayan Mask of Death

| September 16, 2017

When Arla Vaughn accepts the role of temporary Dean of Archaeology, the museum’s purchase of an elaborate Mayan mask seems an evil portent. The dual face, one side a handsome Mayan nobleman, the other side a skull-like visage with a glimmering obsidian eye represents the good and evil of mankind. Three years ago Jordan Lund’s […]

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Escape to Osprey Cove

Escape to Osprey Cove

| September 9, 2017

What Doug finds in the secret compartment of his new red Corvette will forever change his life. It will also change Catherine’s. Doug and Catherine come from two different worlds. Catherine’s world is one of privilege and wealth. Doug grew up dirt poor and full of envy of others who had the things that he […]

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Green Kills

Green Kills

| September 9, 2017

The CEO of a promising start-up company is found dead in a luxurious hotel room. Two men who underwent what were supposed to be simple surgical procedures died on the operating table in two different hospitals. Are the deaths related? Ronnie Saar, a newly promoted partner in a leading venture capital fund, is unexpectedly nominated […]

Tilted Justice (A Sea Oak Mystery – Book Two)

Tilted Justice (A Sea Oak Mystery – Book Two)

| September 6, 2017

Who would have thought that writing a biography could be dangerous! Investigative reporter April Longmont and her fiancé, private detective Clay Augustine, find themselves involved in yet another case. After April receives a warning to stop writing the biography of a well-known retired judge, Clay decides to accompany her to the next interview with Judge […]

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