Reviews - Mystery

Bryn Baczek, a consultant living on a houseboat in Seattle, is up late one night when she overhears a heated argument on a neighbor's boat, followed by silence and then a loud splash! What follows is a missing woman, some scuba diving in the middle of the night, an interesting sculpture, a non-profit organization with some possible embezzlement, and a compelling investigation.

Valerie Fisher’s husband tragically took his own life, so she returns to her childhood home in the Pacific Northwest with her seven-year-old daughter, Abigail, in an attempt to put her life back together. The community isn’t as safe as she remembers, and she is worried that there may be someone lurking on her property.

Minnie’s brother’s initials are mysteriously found on a young woman’s hand when she appears on a dock thoroughly beaten and without her memory. Martin, the man who found her, brings the young woman to Minnie. Together, they work as a team to uncover her memories.

Dr. Ginny Reese loves serving her patients through her concierge-style veterinary practice. As someone who is in tune with animals, Ginny is immediately aware something isn’t right when she finds Ming, a tough senior Siamese outside in the cold. Sadly, Ginny discovers Ming’s owner, a talented artist, dead at the bottom of her pool.

With pandemic restrictions affecting his livelihood, Langdon’s anxiety is rising. Due to lockdown, he’s able to check off items on his honey-do list and his marriage is strengthening. He feels lucky when he’s hired for three separate investigations!

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