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First-Degree Fudge
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First-Degree Fudge
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The Whole Enchilada by Diane Mott Davidson
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In this seventeenth novel of the Goldy Schultz mysteries, we find Goldy and friends with family celebrating Arch and Drew's seventeenth birthdays. The party was filled with angst and unexpected guests but the worst was to come. Holly, Drew's mother,...more
Curse of the PTA by Laura Alden
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In this fourth book of the series, we find Beth Kennedy, owner of a local children's bookstore, acting as president of the PTA. There are the usual factions arguing but the situation intensifies when Beth announces that the book the organization put...more
Killertrust by Sharon Woods Hopkins
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Mortgage Banker, Rhetta McCarter is thrown into a murder mystery when she eye-witnesses a hit and run. Adding to the shock is the victim's only identification is Rhetta's business card in his pocket. Then to add to the complex tale, Rhetta's long est...more
Pall in the Family by Dawn Eastman
Pall in the Family (A Family Fortune Mystery, #1)
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read in October, 2013
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Yes, this is truly a five star review for a debut novel. The series is "A Family Fortune Mystery." The premise is a psychic family living in a town, Crystal Haven, Michigan, known for having psychics. The family has one tarot reader, one pet psychic,...more
River Mourn by Bill Hopkins
River Mourn
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In this second book of the Judge Rosswell Carew Mystery series, we find the Judge thrust into a murder mystery as he sits of the balcony of his bed and breakfast room in Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, where he has been searching for his kidnapped fiancé...more
Cross Stitch Before Dying by Amanda     Lee
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This sixth book in the 'An Embroidery Mystery' series was far more complex than a difficult cross-stitch pattern.

Marcy Singer is no stranger to Hollywood drama as her mother, Beverly, is an award winning costumer for the industry. In fact Marcy name...more
The Homicide Hustle by Ella Barrick
The Homicide Hustle: A Ballroom Dance Mystery
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This book is the third in the amusing 'A Ballroom Dance Mystery' series. The characters are fresh and contemporary. The plot is topical to today's fascination with dancing television programs. The writing is tight and keeps you turning the pages to s...more
From Herring to Eternity by Delia Rosen
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Gwen 'Nashville' Katz, owner of Murray's Pastrami Swami, is immersed in another murder when a customer is poisoned after eating her deli's herring.

This series is well written but it is just not to my personal taste. Reading is a very personal thing...more
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