Reviews - Mystery

When Grace’s mom disappeared almost two decades ago, vicious rumors started circulating and Grace quickly learned she was responsible for her sister and father. Those rumors and the need to put family first, regardless, are still strong and constant parts of her life, especially since her sister skipped town eight months ago leaving Grace to care for her nephew and brother-in-law.

Jesse Graham is young, beautiful and engaged to the man of her dreams. If only her best friend would agree to be maid of honor, then everything will be perfect. Maggie Keegan, or Sister Angelina as her father likes to call her, is torn between her vows to God and her growing feelings for a man she met while helping her best friend solve a cold-case murder.

In the early 1990s, Sierra Bauer stands out. An airplane mechanic at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport, she’s a woman in a man’s world, a world that suits her… until a frozen body turns up in an airplane she’s inspecting. Now she’s a suspect in a murder investigation that threatens to re-open Sierra’s painful past.

Three hundred million dollars is missing! Red Farlow is commissioned to find the embezzled funds. Weeks later, Chadwick Woodrow “Woody” Cunningham, the man to whom the money is entrusted, suddenly disappears with his mistress. Gloria, Woody’s wife, is concerned only with the return of the investors’ money, as well as her own. Woody is of little consequence.

Set in 1930’s Hollywood, Private Investigator Tom Logan ties together a string of murders. While on his second attempt at a honeymoon at the Grand Canyon with his wife, Rita, Logan is brought in to investigate the murder of Norma Daniels, one of Hollywood’s leading ladies. Seemingly putting this all behind him upon his return to Hollywood, he is hired by media mogul, Charles W.

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