Reviews - Mystery

Dr. Dot Meyerhoff works a difficult job, made even more so by the overlying mistrust some in law enforcement have for psychologists. She is dedicated to her job and the officers she works with, and takes affront when Officer Manny Ochoa is announced as head of the Internet Crimes against Children Task Force.

Myrtle, Frank, and Abigail are back in action in the fourth installment of the Spookie Town Murder Mysteries. This time, the mystery comes at a cost that has Myrtle running scared. When Myrtle’s sister Evelyn goes missing, Myrtle is convinced that a coven of witches from her past has kidnapped her —maybe even killed her —  because Myrtle stole their Grimoire over sixty years ago.

Passport to Murder
Mary
Angela

Emmeline Prather, an English professor at Copper Bluff University, is looking forward to spring break and the opportunity to travel to France with a handful of colleagues and students. She’s excited to get to know the group better, and at the chance to connect with her French ancestors.

Vangie Vale cannot afford to draw attention. A  part-time pastor and baker, she seeks only to stay under the radar long enough to prove to the denominational offices that she can do her work faithfully and stay out of trouble. Unfortunately, when a box of her macarons is found at  a crime scene, Vangie promptly is caught up in a murder investigation.

Sally Muccio wouldn’t keep selling fortune cookies at her bakery if they weren’t so popular. They also seem to come true in a spectacular way, this time disrupting her wedding plans. When Sally and her fiancé Mike are almost victims of a random shooting, Sally becomes  suspicious — particularly when more fortune cookies containing death threats keep coming her way. Who could want her dead?

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