Hazel Cartbell is back in her third mystery in the Who Murdered? Series. It's the Christmas season in Andover, New Hampshire. Hazel and Chief Rasmussen must investigate the murder of Santa's helper. The elf has been killed, the Christmas presents stolen and Sister Marie Catherine is breathing down their necks. Will Hazel and the chief solve the mystery and save Christmas?
Forced to protect the very people responsible for training murderers, like the infamous Grisly, Sam uncovers a nefarious plot wherein AWFA has been trafficking shifters and vamps into the sex-slave trade.
Can she save the very people crying out for her blood?
It's a risk she's willing to take.
While searching for a wayward music student, PI Wendy Winkworth is assaulted by a savage police sergeant. Escaping bruised and battered, she seeks refuge with two low-life teens who seem headed for tragedy. With the vengeful cop in hot pursuit, Wendy is about to learn what truth and justice really mean.
Eliza Carlisle has the unwanted talent of attracting trouble, in all its forms. That couldn’t be truer than when she moves into the most bizarre apartment building on the planet. Weekly required dinners with the landlord and assigned chores are bad enough, but the rules don’t end there. Top most on the list of requirements is NO physical violence against the others residents.
Kerry sprang her little astonish on me the prior week Christmas. Furthermore, the most exceedingly terrible thing about it was, I was no more fat. The forty-pound bowlful of jam that had once hung over my belt was a distant memory......
Former Navy intelligence man Julian Peale enters the art world for the love of painting, but finds its underbelly of crime just as fascinating—and decidedly dangerous. A fast-paced mystery that will keep readers guessing until the end.
Shannon has intervened in previous predicaments that affected her friends, so when she arrives for a client appointment only to discover the massive door to the huge home wide open, broken glass and blood on the floor and her client nowhere to be found, long-suffering Karen knows she's in for it. Along her investigative way Shannon meets a mysterious beauty, witnesses strange events...
Nobody had any idea what it meant to truly be a phone actress.
This is what the woman who worked the job preferred to be called. I have met a lot of woman in my life who have done it, but none like Linda. An actress is what Linda was the moment she logged in. She would pretend for each and every guy that he was her main interest.