Reviews - Mystery

A Different Kind of Reunion

Twenty years ago, Gilda Greco was teaching eighth grade in a small Canadian town and just recently has received word of the death of one of her former students. Because of odd circumstances and a missed email, Gilda is “invited” back to the tiny corner of the world to join in on a séance to find the truth.

When Cambria Clyne—klutzy, twenty-something single mom who’s desperate but unqualified—takes a job as an apartment manager at an LA complex, she thinks her life is finally about to turn around for the good. She’s right. Until she finds a dead body in the apartment dumpster, and a crime spree races through the complex.

Benedicta, ‘Ben’, is a lawyer in a small town in the far northwest of Ireland.  Only there for six years, as a Dublin transplant she is still a newcomer.  When a skeleton is discovered in a deconsecrated church, the whole town suspects the bones belong to Connor Devitt, a local who disappeared before Ben moved to Glendara.

She Wore Mourning

When private investigator Zachery Goldman agreed to investigate the death of a young man named Declan, he never expected it to take the turn it did. Doing it more as a favor to the boy’s grandmother than anything else, Zachery is soon swept up in the mystery and intrigue surrounding the boy’s death.

Erin Price has just moved to Eagle Falls to claim her inheritance – a house and her Aunt Clementine’s tearoom. Despite the townspeople’s warnings, Erin reopens the shop as a second bakery in town catering to those with food allergies such as those sensitive to gluten, eggs, or dairy. Everyone seems to be loyal to Angela Plaint, who owns the other bakery in town.