Tag Archives: Mystery

“An Uncommon Protector” by Shelley Shepard Gray

Desperate Times Call for Desperate Actions? Laurel Tracey has survived the Civil War, but she has lost everything except her Texas ranch.  Now someone seems to be trying to take that from her.  With a situation like that going on … Continue reading

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“Long Time Gone” by Mary Connealy

Strong Women, Tough Cowboys & Danger! Angie DuPree is in a very dangerous situation in 1880’s New Mexico.  After agreeing to go to the Boden family ranch to help the doctor treat Cole Boden, Angie discovers the family is under … Continue reading

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Book Review “Murder is No Accident” by A. H. Gabhart

Big Mystery in a Small Town Three kids, a creepy Victorian mansion, along with a body—and it is the second body to be found in that house in less than a week!  How could this be happening in the normally … Continue reading

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“Baby Bunco” by Julie B. Cosgrove

70 is the New 40?! At first glance, Janie Manson seems like a typical senior citizen.  A widow living in Sunset Acres, a Texas retirement community, she plays Bunco weekly, walks every morning with friends, and owns a cat.  But … Continue reading

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“Without Warning” by Lynette Eason

              Watch Your Back! Daniel Matthews seems to have it all, the owner of highly successful restaurants, lots of material wealth, a mom and niece who love him.  Everything is going well until the … Continue reading

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“No Other Will Do” by Karen Witemeyer

              Leave Town or Die? It is a great idea.  Women who need homes, jobs, or an escape from danger, could come to Harper’s Station, and make a fresh start.  Emma Chandler has used … Continue reading

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“Fading Starlight” by Kathryn Cushman

              What Would You Do to Clear Your Name? Lauren is reeling after what was supposed to be her big break, but instead it turns out to be her worst nightmare.  Working as a … Continue reading

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“Murder Comes by Mail” by A. H. Gabhart

              What Would You Do? Everything changed from the time Deputy Sheriff Keane stopped a man from committing suicide.  After Keane tackled Jackie Johnson to keep him from jumping off the bridge, Johnson told … Continue reading

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“A Fool & His Monet” by Sandra Orchard

              Be Sure Your Lies will Find You Out! Serena Jones, youngest investigator of the FBI Art Crime Team, has danger all around her.  She has just finished her first undercover job, and is … Continue reading

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“Murder at the Courthouse” by A. H. Gabhart

              Murder in Mayberry? Well, not quite, but Hidden Springs, Kentucky, could be its twin.  As a small southern town where everyone knows everybody, nothing ever happens without the whole town knowing it in … Continue reading

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