Take the Body and Run

by Jada Ryker

The Kindle Scout winner Take the Body and Run is a contemporary mystery/romance/humor about a hunted woman hiding under a dead friend’s identity, a handsome lawman, a death doctor with fart machine-will travel, and a stubborn feline who leads the humans into trouble.

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“A private investigator, a mysterious hitchhiker, dancers, gangsters, a mysterious bag …and twists and turns that will have the reader unable to put it down, Missing Mona … has it all.” — San Francisco Book Review 5 stars

As Tommy looks squarely at his next decade his smartphone convinces him time is ripe for change. So he hits the road.

He immediately meets a damsel in hitchhiking distress named Mona. She persuades him that the bright lights and dark clubs of Chicago might be his kind of town. On a summer Saturday night they settle into a fancy hotel.

On Sunday…Mona disappears.

After truth and lies are stirred like a blue martini, and Tommy is assaulted, and witnesses a shooting-Tommy is desperate to find Mona.

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Murder at Cold Creek College

by Christa Nardi

Although Sheridan Hendley is not a sleuth, when her colleague is murdered she assists the Detective in gathering information. Unfortunately, a close friend quickly becomes the prime suspect and Sheridan is motivated to prove her innocence. As Sheridan draws connections among the people in Adam’s life, she realizes many women have a strong motive for murder. Slashed tires are the first indication that her involvement is making someone nervous. When Sheridan is given the task of cleaning out Adam’s office, someone accosts her in the faculty parking lot, afraid of what she might have found.

Poison My Pretty

by Amity Allen

When a pageant director face plants into her potato salad, former TV witch detective Poppy Parker vows to hunt down her killer only to discover the business of beauty can be deadly.

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Hill of Secrets

by Michal Hartstein

On a blooming May morning, five bodies of a single religious family are found in their apartment, in the quiet suburb of Samuel’s Hill (Giv’at Shmuel).

Detective Hadas Levinger, a renegade atheist daughter of a religious family, is put in charge of the police investigation. Slowly and skillfully she peels the shells protecting this unique community and reveals hard and painful secrets.

Can she survive them?

Strictly Murder

by Lynda Wilcox

The estate agent’s details listed two reception rooms, kitchen and bath. What they failed to mention was the dead celebrity in the master bedroom. Personal assistant Verity Long’s house hunt is about to turn into a hunt for a killer. It will take some fancy footwork to navigate the bitchy world of dance shows, television studios, and dangerously gorgeous male co-stars. When Verity looks like the killer’s next tango partner, she discovers that this dance is … Strictly Murder.

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