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Tagged for Death

Sherry Harris
Kensington
12/02/2015
Starting your life over at age thirty-eight isn't easy, but that's what Sarah Winston finds herself facing when her husband CJ runs off with a 19-year-old temptress named Tiffany. Sarah's self-prescribed therapy happily involves hitting all the garage and tag sales in and. . .
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Murder in the Merchant's Hall

Kathy Lynn Emerson
Severn House
12/01/2015
In this second entry in the Mistress Jaffrey Mysteries, Rosamond Jaffrey is determined to prove an old friend innocent of murder. Her efforts are hampered by interference from Queen Elizabeth's spymaster, Sir Francis Walsingham, who tries to recruit Rosamond's husband, Rob, . . .
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The Scottie Barked at Midnight

Kaitlyn Dunnett
Kensington
10/27/2015
In this 9th entry in the Liss MacCrimmon Scottish-American Heritage series, Liss rescues a Scottish terrier and ends up as the pup's substitute partner in "Deidre and her Dancing Doggies," one of the acts competing to be "champion of champions" on a telev. . .
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Flipped for Murder

Maddie Day (aka Edith Maxwell)
Kensington Publishing
10/27/2015
Nursing a broken heart, Robbie Jordan is trading in her life on the West Coast for the rolling hills of southern Indiana. After paying a visit to her Aunt Adele, she fell in love with the tiny town of South Lick. And when she spots a For Sale sign on a rundown country store,. . .
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Lethal Elements

Joel Gomez-Dossi
Bold Strokes Books
08/01/2015
In the wilderness, man is the deadliest element. Geologist Tom Burrell's relationship with his husband, Roman, is on rocky ground. So when a mysterious company asks Tom to perform mineral studies in the Adirondack Mountains, he jumps at the chance. But before he can finish. . .
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The Longest Yard Sale

Sherry Harris
Kensington
06/30/2015
When Sarah Winston turns Ellington, Massachusetts, into New England’s largest garage sale for a day, it’s the small town’s biggest event since the start of the Revolutionary War—but without the bloodshed. That is, until a valuable painting goes . . .
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