Reviews - Mystery

HISTORICAL:  Lady Elizabeth is the sister of an earl and is due to make her debut into society. With no one to chaperone her, her Great-Aunt Augusta decides to take charge of Elizabeth. Lady Augusta is very strict and sharp of tongue but Elizabeth cannot help but admire her. While being introduced to society, Elizabeth meets two young men, Sir Victor and Mr. Yates.

No Accounting for Destiny
Kimberly
Emerson

Emmaline Spencer waited to board a flight from San Francisco to London to visit her aunt Marnie, who was retiring from diplomatic life. The U.S. Embassy went all out for Marnie, but what Emmy did not count on was being kidnapped with Edward, the man who had been groping her during the party.

Only day after Blair Bradshaw’s son dies, she is found dead in the middle of her son’s memorial.  Franklin Bradshaw, her husband and criminal lawyer, believes his wife committed suicide over the grief of losing their son.  Detective Radhauser, however, believes foul play is at foot, and Franklin is his number one suspect.  The deeper Radhauser digs into this case, the more questions he has abou

Lovely Digits
Jeanine
Englert

HISTORICAL:  Spinster Lucy Wycliffe had her career handed down to her due to her parents’ untimely deaths when she was a child. As the ‘layer out’ of the deceased in Clun, England in 1849, Lucy often finds herself at the center of the town gossip mill for having such an unorthodox career.

Sprinkled in Malice
Catherine
Bruns

Sally and Mike have both had their share of upsets, but being happily married with springtime around the corner is good news for both Sally’s bakery and Mike’s construction business. To celebrate Mike’s birthday Sally has decided to throw a special birthday party for him, only to have it ruined when he is shot in the store while is co-worker is killed in the same event.

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