Reviews - Mystery

Murder on Pea Pike
Jean
Harrington

Honey Ingersoll lands in Eureka Falls, Arkansas after a rough-ride relationship with her biker boyfriend. Ready to reestablish her life, she lands a job with a handsome local realtor by the name of Sam Ridley. She is eager to make her mark in the real estate industry and books a showing with a potential buyer to sell a dilapidated old farmhouse.

HISTORICAL:  Julian Silvester, the Marquis of Trevelin, has fallen from grace amongst the stars of English Society in 1811. After receiving a nasty scar marring the side of his face during a scandalous duel over a married woman, Julian has all but given up hope of being well received by his peers—much less finding a woman who will look past his glaring faults and become his wife.

Sacrificial Lam
Gary
Guinn

Dr. Lam Corso is a liberal English professor at a deeply conservative campus in the heart of the Ozarks. When a religious zealot threatens him on account of his liberal leanings, his first reaction is to laugh it off. No stranger to the criticisms of those diametrically opposed to his beliefs, he understands that it comes with the territory.

Tijan has lived her life knowing she was an identical twin, but none of her mother's stories could replace the gut feeling that her sister was still alive.  After receiving a lead, Tijan sets out to uncover the truth.  August is a mechanic looking to fulfill his dying mother’s wishes.  When the Caspian Winery hires him, he has no idea that the woman he is initially attracted to is only a prelud

Son of Sam strikes again! All the media is carrying the story, except for Coleridge Taylor, a writer for the secondary wire service City News. Instead, Taylor is working the murder of Martha Gibson, domestic for a wealthy family, shot down in cold blood.

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