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List created by MSCOZY on Apr 13, 2018
List Votes: 1 Books: 10 Contributors: 1 Watchers: 1 List Type: Friends
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Death by the Sea by Kathleen Bridge
National bestselling author Kathleen Bridge presents a delightful new series set on a barrier island where waves meet sand-and mayhem meets murder . . . The Indialantic by the Sea hotel has a hundred-year-old history on beautiful Melbourne Beach, Florida, and more than a few guests seem to have...  more

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Murder with a Cherry on Top (A Lickety Splits Mystery) by Cynthia Baxter
Kate McKay had doubts about swapping her high-powered life in Manhattan for Wolfert?s Roost, the quaint Hudson Valley village where she grew up. But her ailing grandmother needs her, so Kate decides to start fresh and indulge her dream of running an ice cream shop.All goes smoothly?until she?s...  more

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A Riesling to Die by J.C. Eaton
""A deadly search for sour grapes . . . Norrie Ellington is a successful screenwriter living in New York City. She's also been a silent partner for her family's winery upstate-until her sister and brother-in-law take a year-long sabbatical. With an experienced staff doing the work, Norrie...  more

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Flowers and Foul Play: A Magic Garden Mystery by Amanda Flower
Fish-out-of-water American heroine Fiona Knox finds a new magical world in Scotland, appealing to Kate Carlisle and Paige Shelton fans, in this enchanting series debut. Fiona Knox lost her fiance and her flower shop--but when she flies to Scotland to inherit her godfather's cottage and possibly...  more

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Murder at the Mansion (Victorian Village, Bk 1) by Sheila Connolly
The first in a brand-new series from New York Times bestselling author Sheila Connolly! Katherine Hamilton’s goal in high school was to escape from her dead-end hometown of Asheford, Maryland. Fifteen years later she’s got a degree in hospitality management and a great...  more

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Death and a Pot of Chowder (Maine Murder, Bk 1) by Cornelia Kidd
Maine's Quarry Island has a tight-knit community that's built on a rock-solid foundation of family, tradition and hard work. But even on this small island, where everyone knows their neighbors, there are secrets that no one would dare to whisper. Anna Winslow, her husband Burt and their...  more

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Fingerprints and Facelifts (L.A. Dolls, Bk 1) by Rick Copp
Full of retro-fab fun, this smokin' first in a new series from Copp (The Actor's Guide to Greed) introduces the L.A. Dolls, three gutsy (and still very hot) retired female PIs. For seven years in the '80s, the Dolls made Charlie's Angels look like mere pussycats. Their lives have taken divergent...  more

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Murder, She Knit (A Knit & Nibble Mystery) by Peggy Ehrhart
Since her only daughter left for college, widow Pamela Paterson has kept busy as associate editor of a craft magazine and founder of the Knit and Nibble knitting club in quaint Arborville, New Jersey. Now, she's trying out a new hobby--solving murders! Pamela is hosting the next Knit and Nibble...  more

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Death by Dumpling (Noodle Shop, Bk 1) by Vivien Chien
Welcome to the Ho-Lee Noodle House, where the Chinese food is to die for... The last place Lana Lee thought she would ever end up is back at her family's restaurant. But after a brutal break-up and a dramatic workplace walk-out, she figures that helping wait tables is her best option for...  more

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Poppy Harmon Investigates (A Desert Flowers Mystery) by Lee Hollis
Lee Hollis begins a delightful new series in which Poppy Harmon and her friends find that life after retirement can be much busier?and deadlier?than any of them ever anticipated . . . When Poppy goes from complacent retiree to penniless widow in a matter of weeks, the idea of spending her...  more

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