Books tagged: cyanide

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A Murdered Earl
Series: Romantic Suspense. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 72,060. Language: English. Published: July 17, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller, Fiction » Historical » Regency
Luke Peters, French aristocrat, has escaped from the guillotine to England, and needs to protect his sister from vicious revolutionaries while searching for the family jewels. Hoping the Earl of Redditch can help, he becomes the Earl's valet, then disaster strikes and he might be accused of murder.
Chocolates and Cyanide
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 25,050. Language: English. Published: February 26, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » International crime, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Traditional British
Cyanide is generally regarded as a poison, but in fact it does occur in very small quantities in many foods that people eat every day, like apples, but definitely not in a box of chocolates.
The Singing Sleuth Returns
Series: The Singing Sleuth Mysteries, II. Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 55,450. Language: English. Published: August 6, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Cozy
Alec DunBarton didn't know what disturbed him more ... having another killer on board the Pegasus or going on a diet!
Chem Storm
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 82,780. Language: English. Published: November 28, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
Jean Alexander, a reporter for The Houston Post, has gained unauthorized access to a chemical plant where she finds five dead bodies. She wants to know why they died. A Civil/Chemical Engineer, Travis Selkirk, agrees to show her the dangers that exist on the Houston Ship Channel. Now they must race to save Houston from a disaster worse than a nuclear explosion—a chemical storm!