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I'd Know You Anywhere

Eliza’s life as a happily married, suburban wife and mother is calm and peaceful, except for her relationship inmate behind barswith her teen daughter. Then she gets a letter from Walter Bowman, the man who kidnapped her as a teenager in 1985. He says, "I'd Know You Anywhere."She was his only victim to survive, and she had long ago put those memories to rest....

Sherlock Holmes and Modern Times

Sherlock HolmesThe Sherlockian by Graham Moore delves into the world of ardent Sherlock Holmes fans!...

Lone Star Noir

The Alamo

Lone Star Noir is part of the Akashic Noir series. Each short story mystery is set

National Park Murders!

woman in wheelchair

Anna Pigeon, National Park Service ranger, leaves her new husband for her new dream job in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park. During her first days there, two missing girls are found by a bitter paraplegic, Heath Jarrod. At first there’s conflict between Anna and Heath, two determined strong women. But, there’s a third girl missing, and Anna and Heath join forces to investigate. Of course, there’s a religious cult and sexual abuse.

A Fatal Grace

boy curling

Quebec Surete Inspector Armand Gamache, is back in the small village of Three Pines to solve the murder of a cruel, vindictive woman. She was electrocuted during a local curling event and at first it looks like an accident. Then, the difficulty is figuring out who among her many enemies would have the expertise and opportunity to set up the murder. If you like Agatha Christie, you’ll love A Fatal Grace. Each time I read one of Louise Penny’s mysteries, I enjoy her characters more and more so I’m looking forward to reading the next one in this series.


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