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A front page affair by Vatsal, Radha, 1972-

A front page affair

Apr 29, 2016
A death along the River Fleet by Calkins, Susanna, author.

A death along the River Fleet

"Lucy Campion, a ladies' maid turned printer's apprentice in 17th-century London, is crossing Holborn Bridge over the most vile portion of the River Fleet one morning when she encounters a distraught young woman, barely able to speak and clad only in a blood-spattered nightdress. The woman has no memory of who she is or what's happened to her, and the townspeople believe she's possessed. But Lucy is concerned for the woman's well-being and takes her to a physician. When, shockingly, the woman is

Apr 29, 2016
A Cast of Falcons by Burrows, Steve

A Cast of Falcons

Apr 24, 2016
A brilliant death - a novel by Yocum, Robin.

A brilliant death - a novel

Travis Baron was an infant when his mother disappeared. Did she die in a boating accident with her lover? After two decades, her body has never been found. Now in high school, Travis and his best friend Mitch Malone try to piece together the truth, with the help of an unlikely ally--a former detective who has served time for falsifiying evidence.

Apr 29, 2016
A body at bunco by Spann Craig, Elizabeth.

A body at bunco

Octogenarian sleuth Myrtle Clover has never heard of the dice game Bunco. Regardless, she steps in as her daughter-in-law's sub and reluctantly puts her game face on. Bunco turns out to be child's play. But when a body is discovered, Myrtle realizes another game is afoot. Before long, she's playing cat and mouse with the killer. Can she track down the murderer before the game is up? Or, with the killer playing hard to get, will it end up being "no dice?"

Apr 29, 2016
A body at book club by Spann Craig, Elizabeth, author.

A body at book club

"When octogenarian sleuth Myrtle Clover discovers Naomi Pelter's dead body during a book club meeting, the other members seem shocked. But Myrtle can read between the lines. Naomi had riled everyone up by flirting with other people's husbands, arguing with neighbors, and generally making a nuisance of herself. Murdering troublemakers is the oldest trick in the book. The book club members seem too sweet to be killers, but Myrtle knows better than to judge books by their covers."--Page 4 of cover.

Apr 29, 2016