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Alice Loweecey

by Cynthia Chow


Even though their previous case proved that a Bed and Breakfast was NOT haunted, click-bait advertising has Driscoll Investigations the number one choice of the haunted and ghost-phobic. One of the many at their door seeking a tarot reading, exorcism, or Ouija Board session is agoraphobic heiress Elaine Patrick. Orphaned by brutal home intruders, the new head of Dahlia designer clothing enterprise has uncharacteristically left her castle to incoherently plead for help removing her home of poltergeists.

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by Sunny Frazier


No better Mom’s Day gift than a fun mystery to read in the garden. If you’re the mom, drop a few hints for these books. Even better, ask for a gift card.
Introduce Mom to Vannetta Chapman’s new Amish Bishop mysteries. In the San Luis Valley of Colorado, an out-of-control fire takes the life of an elderly Amish bachelor.

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by Cynthia Chow


In just a few years, life for Giulia Driscoll has changed drastically. Not only did the former Sister Mary Regina Coelis leave the convent, she is now married, pregnant, and the founding investigator of Driscoll Investigations. Yelp reviewers give them the highest marks in finding lost persons, which explains why Diane Philbey is on their doorstep. Diane’s twin sister Joanne has been missing for three months, with both her employer and the police disregarding it as voluntary. The eminently unlikable Diane refuses to accept this, hiring Driscoll Investigations to locate the woman who was a friend to everyone and liked by all.

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Second to Nun By Alice Loweecey

IN THE September 26 ISSUE

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by Cyntha Chow


In the years since she left the convent, Giulia Driscoll has transformed remarkably. Not only is she an accomplished and professional private investigator, she is also the very happy wife of police detective Frank Falcone. While she and her staff at Driscoll Investigations are perfectly comfortable catching philandering cheaters and insurance fraud, Giulia is more than a little startled to have her latest case be an undercover mission to exorcise a malicious ghost. MacAlister Stone was told by a New Age Tarot Card reader that Giulia is the Veiled Woman who can solve Mac’s problems, and while Giulia might doubt that proclamation, she doesn’t question the fee.

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by Cynthia Chow


Giulia Falcone-Driscoll is finally in a place where she feels she has left behind her past as Sister Mary Regina Coelis. Now married, Giulia runs Driscoll Investigations along with her assistants, the past-the-ninth-month pregnant Sidney, computer whiz Zane and the new neck-tattooed employee, Jane Pierce. Giulia needs all of the help she can get when she’s hired by attorney Colby Petit.

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