When Lawrence Ambrose plans a delectable tell-all and taunts his dinner guests with the news that this book will blow the lid of Zinnia, Mississippi, it is up to Sarah Booth Delaney to dig for answers. Second in the Mississippi Delta series.
First in the series. Hannah Swensen, owner of The Cookie Jar, Lake Eden's popular bakery, is called to action when Cozy Cow Dairy's delivery man, Ron LaSalle, is found murdered--with Hannah's famous Chocolate Chip Crunchies scattered around him. To save her (and the cookies') reputation, Hannah attempts to track down the killer.
A selection of Christmas tales that range in time from the Revolutionary War to the present and in locale from a seacoast island to the Blue Ridge mountains. All take place in Georgia and are written with the charm and deep understanding for which the late Celestine Sibley, Atlanta newspaper columnist, was known.
Los Angeles TV journalist Alison Reynolds is "let go" after executives announce that a younger face is needed on the set. The realization that her husband is cheating on her and the suspicious death of a childhood friend summon Alison back home to Sedona, Arizona. After establishing an on-line blog as therapy for herself and others in similar situations, Alison is threatened by an irate wife abuser. She also continues to investigate her friend's apparent suicide but is instead hunted herself.
Trouble is brewing at Custis Hall, an exclusive Virginia girls' school. When one of the two corpses ornamenting the student's Halloween dance is discovered to be real, headmistress Charlotte Norman and the entire community are stunned. The chase is on for a deadly human predator amidst the foxhunting crowd.
First in the series. Clare Fergusson, a newly-ordained Episcopal priest, and Russ Van Alystyne, chief of police in Millers Kill, New York, work together to solve the mystery of a newborn that is left at the door of St. Alban's Episcopal Church. They find a world of trouble, secrets that shadow Millers Kill AND an attraction to each other. Winner of six awards for Best First (mystery) Novel by an American author.
First in the series. Set in 1750s Pennsylvania. "Long hunter" Noah Wilde saves 16-year-old Jessica Matthews when she is attacked by Ottawa Indians. Noah, who is also a spy for the English government, falls in love with Jessica, but his missions send him far and wide. Will he and Jessica meet again, and can Noah once again save her from the savages?
Marty Claridge and her young husband, Clem, head West to seek land and good fortune. When tragedy strikes, Marty is forced to accept an offer to care for widower Clark Davis' little girl, Missie. Will true love find a way?
Sisters Patricia Anne and Mary Alice depart on a journey to help cousin Luke locate Virginia, his wife of 40 years, who has fled with a housepainter/snake-handling preacher named "Monk." Along the way, they find the corpse of a young redhead and are soon hot on the trail of a killer. Seventh in the Southern Sisters series.
Fifth in the series. After Skye Denison and boyfriend Simon Reid join Scumble River's social club, Instant Gourmet peddler Barbie Addison and her hubby, Ken, are found dead. As Skye sets about solving this disturbing double homicide, dangers abound.
Sixth in the series. Skye Dennison's brother, Vince, forms the Pink Elephant band. Shortly thereafter, things get a little weird in Scumble River. One of the Pink Elephants is murdered, Vince is blamed, and Skye sets out to clear his name.
Scumble River is a very busy place. In her eighth outing, Skye Denison is back to her old tricks as she tries to define her relationship with police chief Wally Boyd, uncover brother Vince's deep, dark secret, locate her lost cat and solve the murder of sexy contractor Beau Hamilton.