Books

MURDER WITH GANACHE

Lucy Burdette
NAL/Obsidian
02/04/2015
Murder with Ganache is the fourth mystery starring Hayley Snow, a food critic who lives on a houseboat in Key West. Her extended family is descending on the island like a category 3 hurricane for her best friend's wedding. When her stepbrother disappears into the spring b. . .
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Terminated

Ray Daniel
Midnight Ink
08/08/2014
Uber-geek Tucker and his beautiful wife, Carol, developed security software together for MantaSoft until the day he was fired and she was murdered. Now, six months later, another software engineer is dead, bringing new clues to light in Carol’s cold case. Haunted by. . .
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Small Plates

Katherine Hall Page
Wm Morrow
06/01/2014
Small Plates is my first collection of short fiction. The title refers to the length of each, but also relates to the pleasure of ordering tapas or appetizers rather than an entrée. While my series character, Faith Fairchild, makes an appearance in several of these tales; t. . .
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'Til Dirt Do Us Part

Edith Maxwell
Kensington Publishing
05/27/2014
The produce is local--and so is the crime--when long-simmering tensions lead to murder following a festive dinner on Cam Flaherty's organic farm. It'll take a sleuth who knows the lay of the land to catch this killer. But no one ever said Cam wasn't willing to get her hands . . .
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For the Love of Parvati: An Anita Ray Mystery

Susan Oleksiw
Five Star/Gale, Cengage
05/21/2014
In the foothills of South India a man struggles to free himself from ropes tying him to an old bridge while the monsoon rages and wild animals forage for food. In the valley below, Anita Ray and her aunt Meena are stopped at a roadblock while the car and luggage are searched. . .
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Boiled Over

Barbara Ross
Kensington Publishing
05/06/2014
For Julia Snowden, the Founder's Day summer celebration in Busman's Harbor, Maine, means helping her family's clambake company to prepare an authentic taste of New England seafood. Any Mainer will tell you that a real clambake needs wood for the fire . . . so why is there. . .
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