Reviews - Mystery

Corrie’s father died a year ago and she is now following in his footsteps as a private investigator. When a friend's boss is murdered she tries to help, but quickly learns that her friend is implicated in the homicide. When the body disappears, they are both shocked and befuddled.  Corrie cannot let this go and is not willing to simply give up on her friend.

Matti James is sent to England with her friend and ex CIA Operative Joe Chauncey. Matti is tasked with identifying the bodies of three allied soldiers from World War Two. What she doesn’t realize initially is that there is a political reason for her being asked to England. The soldiers were left in a shallow grave, and their bodies show signs of having been shot execution style.

Sally Muccio Donovan and Josie Sullivan are close friends who run a cookie shop together--Sally’s Samples.  The shop is experiencing a seasonal sales slowdown, when Donna Dooley, a popular talk show host on the Food Network, visits.  She is interviewing past winners of Cookie Crusades, wondering if they would like to be featured on her show, Someone’s in the Kitchen with Donna.

Murder Will Out

Tom Logan is pulled into a murder mystery of a previous coworker who has also been a loyal friend. It is not easy to track all involved, but Tom is determined to find out what happened and help to keep others safe. In 1930’s Los Angeles the days are warm and the criminals are looking for any way to move around the law.

Jack Sprat Could

MaryBeth Gilland and Gray Wheeler are complete opposites. She is a socialite in need of fast money. He is a lax, low-key private detective. Suddenly they are tossed together on a case that challenges them to succeed. Except, the new client doesn’t really have a case. She wants proof “Jack” Sprat is guilty of murdering her sister—who is still alive and in a coma.