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Apprentice in Death

Apprentice In Death by JD Robb

Lt. Eve Dallas takes on LDSK (long distance serial killer) in APPRENTICE IN DEATH. Eve Dallas just gets better and better with each book. I love the characters from Roarke to Detective Delia Peabody, Captain Ryan Feeney, Detective Ian McNab and Dr. Charlotte Mira. Robb has created characters that stay with me, and that I...

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A Catered Tea Party

Catering sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons are helping with an elaborate Alice in Wonderland themed tea party for a gala fundraiser celebrating the new Blue House. This new art complex will include an art gallery, a theatre and a restaurant, plus a coffee bar. It is all that anyone in their quiet town of Longley,...

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The Right Kind Of Trouble

The Right Kind of Trouble by Shiloh Walker

The RIGHT KIND OF TROUBLE is the third in the McKays series. Moira McKay and Gideon Marshall have a long history together. They had a disastrous split at a young age and while Gideon visibly pined over her, Moira seemed to have moved on–married and divorced. Twenty years later Gideon is finally finished letting Moira...

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Dare to Run

Lucas Donahue is a member of the Sons of Steel Rose, a gang in Boston’s slums. He runs a mechanic shop owned by the gang as a front for money laundering. Lucas suspects someone is trying to kill him, and he has a difficult time accepting who the culprit may be. Despite knowing the ramifications...

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A Grave Prediction

Besides her own cases in her private practice, professional psychic intuitive Abby Cooper is a consultant to the FBI, helping them on their cold cases. She is sent to San Diego to help train the agents to use their intuition. However, Abby is leery about going, knowing she will be met with skepticism by the...

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Die Like an Eagle

This latest Meg Langlow novel centers on youth summer league baseball. Meg is a blacksmith and team mom while her husband Michael is the coach for the Caerphilly Eagles, their twin sons’ youth softball team. As an ornamental blacksmith and mother of twins, one would think Meg would be busy enough, but she is also...

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