Reviews - Mystery

Summer's Squall
Amy
Schisler

Abe Lankton is a busy Baltimore police detective, but when his cousin calls in a favor, he can’t turn her down. Unfortunately, his investigation has little to go on other than his cousin’s concerns and the victim’s fear. Yet, there is something about Summer Cooper that makes him want to look deeper.

Hollis Morgan, probate lawyer and human lie detector, is about to make a leap from probate law to criminal law.  Her first client is Justin Eastland, an alleged identity thief, now being accused of murder.

DEROS
John
Vanek

Father Jake Austin is a member of the Camillian Order currently assigned to his hometown of Oberlin, Ohio. He is back just in time for his class reunion with peers who can't believe he has entered the priesthood. A series of suspicious murders plague the graduating class.

The Druid's Cup
Janet
Maile

A woman has been found with no memory of anything before she received her injuries — at the same time, a man is murdered, and a treasure lost. Can hypnosis draw out the answers, or will the murderer silence her first? Esther cannot remember anything about herself. Put in a home under the care of a gruff and suspicious man, she does not know whom to trust.

Crazy Rhythm
T.W.
Emory

HISTORICAL:  In 2003 in an assisted living home in Everett Washington, Gunnar Nilson is telling Kristi about his private eye days back in post-World War II Seattle. Kristi decides to write Gunnar’s stories in a paper for school. Gunnar starts by telling Kristi about a murder of his best friend’s brother that he must solve due to an obligation to his friend.

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