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Paranoid Book Review
Rachel Gaston still feels guilty for shooting her step-brother 20 years ago while playing a game with other classmates. Now 20 years later, classmates who testified for her and got her off on a murder charge are being murdered. Detective Cade Ryder is investigating.

Fan Mail Book Review
Aspen Adams, private detective in Lake Tahoe, helps her friend Gloria find the author of threatening fan mail that she has been receiving, and that coincides with murders that are presently happening.

Mimi Lee Gets a Clue Book Review
Mimi Lee's new pet grooming business, Hollywoof, is getting to a slow start, but as she gets some new rich clients, she finds she must investigate why several chihuahuas have health problems. When the breeder is murdered, Mimi gets blamed.

The Murder Book Book Review
This is a followup to Lissa Marie Redmond's A Cold Day in Hell. Protagonist Lauren Riley is found stabbed and holding on to life after pursuing a murder within her own police department. Few things are important enough to cover up and murder the one looking into it, and Lauren is in danger.

Southern Sass and a Crispy Corpse Book Review
Marygene Brown helps her sister run the family diner after the death of their mother on Peach Cove Island, and when Marygene discovers a dead body that has been burned to a crisp, she starts to investigate. Her investigation gets her into a bit of trouble with law enforcement.

Triple Jeopardy Book Review
Daniel Pitt, young and inexperienced lawyer, is saddled with defending a British diplomat who is accused of embezzlement after being involved in an attack on a girl from a prominent family in the US and calling diplomatic immunity. This one is definitely worth reading.

Six Cloves Under Book Review
Gin Jones is the author of The Garlic Farm Mystery Series, and this is the debut novel in that series. The book is a quick read, and fun; it also includes garlic recipes at the end.

The Spy Among Us Book Review
Christie Cole, FBI special agent, must leave her husband and child to go to Moscow. Her mission is to find the spy working inside who is responsible for the assassination of Task Force agents. The ending is surprising.

Past Tense Book Review
Jack Reacher, on his way hitchhiking to California, stops at a small town that he remembers as his father's home town. Through no fault of his own, he finds trouble.

The Perfect Alibi Book Review
Robin Lockwood, protagonist from a previous novel, is back and the legal case she is handling seems to have impossible odds. Attorneys are being murdered, and Robin may be next if she doesn't solve the case.

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