Guilty as Framed By Lois Winston: Review/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa

Updating her “1950s suburban rancher” is long overdue, but accepting the kindness of strangers, namely her fiancé and her neighbor, is a challenge. Although when a tattered man, jawing a cigar, and wearing a fedora demands to see Johnnie D ‘cause “he’s got something of mine,” accepting a forceful hand to block the man’s entrance is a no-brainer.

Red Letter Slay By Tonya Kappes: Review/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa

Vince Campbell, retired FBI agent and one of Bernie’s close friends and occasional back-up in her covert investigations, is lucky to be alive after a terrible fall oddly impaling his skull with a letter opener. Just an unfortunate accident it seems, but Vince isn’t convinced. He doesn’t own a letter opener, and being adamant someone intended to kill him, he asks Bernie to help him find out who.

Strawberried Alive By Jenn McKinlay: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

Until shots are fired at Fairy Tales Cupcake Bakery co-owner Melanie Cooper DeLaura, Mel thought her biggest headache would be refrosting hundreds of cupcakes to match the ever-changing mind of her bridezilla client. Honestly, after thirteen previous murder investigations, it’s a miracle that it’s taken this long for Mel to appear on someone’s hit list, be it from an unhappy client, envious rival baker, or the dozens of killers she and her assistant district attorney husband Joe have helped to put behind bars.

The Trouble with Murder By Vanessa A. Ryan: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa

Thirty-something Hetty, short for Henrietta, Carson is a sales rep for Mendoza’s Tequila Mixers which explains why her business card was found by the police investigating Gerry Delaney’s murder. She had regularly visited the man’s bar hoping to make Delaney’s a regular customer, and unfortunately, she was one of the last people to see him alive. Hetty is also a licensed private detective, an interesting career choice precipitated by a divorce and imperative need for a job.



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