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New Cookbook Nook Mystery: Wreath Between the Lines by Daryl Wood Gerber

The Agatha Award–winning author of Pressing the Issue returns to the Cookbook Nook, where Jenna Hart is busy decking the halls and ducking a killer . . . The holidays are Jenna Hart’s favorite time of year, but just as she’s decorating the Cookbook Nook for all the festive events, her imperious older sister makes … Continue reading New Cookbook Nook Mystery: Wreath Between the Lines by Daryl Wood Gerber

The Killer Christmas Sweater Club: A Seaside Cove Bed & Breakfast Mystery by Terry Ambrose

When murder strikes in Seaside Cove, bed-and-breakfast owner Rick Atwood is asked to help find the killer. But this will not be an easy case to crack. Not only did the killer contaminate the crime scene, but there are suspects all over town. And they all received the same Christmas sweater from the victim.

A New Keepsake Cove mystery: A Vintage Death by Mary Ellen Hughes

As the new music box store owner and resident of Keepsake Cove, a quaint town full of collectible shops on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Callie Reed is eager to get more involved in her community. She volunteers to plan the Fall street decorations and welcome a visiting author who’s come for a special book signing. But … Continue reading A New Keepsake Cove mystery: A Vintage Death by Mary Ellen Hughes

Cry Wolf: A New Zoe Chambers Mystery By Annette Dashofy. #Win a signed print copy!

Rural Pennsylvania’s Vance Township Police Chief Pete Adams is down an officer and has been dealing with extra shifts as well as a pair of bickering neighbors, one of whom owns a machete and isn’t afraid to use it. Golden Oaks Assisted Living is outside Pete’s jurisdiction, but a murder in the facility his Alzheimer’s-afflicted … Continue reading Cry Wolf: A New Zoe Chambers Mystery By Annette Dashofy. #Win a signed print copy!

Murder in Her Stocking (A Granny Reid Mystery) by G. A. McKevett

Granny Reid takes the reins back thirty years to the 1980s—back when she went by Stella, everyone’s hair was bigger, and sweaters were colorful disasters. But murder never went out of style . . .