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Six Feet Undertow

Elizabeth Penney
Annie's Fiction/Country Sampler
A treasure-hunting reality show comes to Somerset Harbor, Maine. The ship they want to raise? It belonged to Maggie Watson's ancestor, Thomas Sedgwick, accused of being a spy during the Civil War. Can Maggie find proof to exonerate him and validate his wife Abigail's undy. . .
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Under the Open Sky

Carole Shmurak
Antrim House
A Young Adult mystery written as Carroll Thomas.   Under the Open Sky is the sequel to the Agatha-nominated Ring Out Wild Bells. In Under the Open Sky, we follow Matty's cousin Neely to Penikese, an island off the coast of Cape Cod in the years 1873-74. There, among a . . .
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The Other Side of Dark

Sarah Smith
Agatha Winner BookPage Top Teen Book of the YearMassachusetts "Must-Read" BookJunior Library Guild Selection I was captivated from page one by Katie and Law. I can't imagine anyone not loving this adroit and atmospheric novel.-- Cassandra Clare, author of The M. . .
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The Lighthouse Murder

Elaine J Anderson
 Rosa Arroya returns in this tragic murder case to assist her friend and FBI agent Barry 'Bud' Black in pursuing clues to put the puzzle together. The story was inspired by a true crime several yeas ago in Provincetown, MA. The reader will travel with the investigators . . .
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Retirement Can Be Murder

Susan Santangelo
Baby Boomer Mysteries Press
Retirement Can Be Murder, the first in the Baby Boomer Mystery series, is the story of Carol Andrews and her Beloved Husband, Jim, members of the fastest growing demographic in history, the Baby Boomer generation. Carol dreads Jim's upcoming retireme. . .
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Moving Can Be Murder

Susan Santangelo
Baby Boomer Mysteries Press
Every wife has a story.A Baby Boomer Mystery by the author of Retirement Can Be Murder.
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