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Emily Brightwell
Mrs. Jeffries Pleads the Fifth


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Death on Eat Street








Jenn McKinlay
Sugar and Iced


Connie Archer
A Roux of Revenge








Sofie Ryan
The Whole Cat and Caboodle


Christine Wenger
A Second Helping of Murder








Beverly Allen
Bloom and Doom


Sue Ann Jaffarian
Ghost of a Gamble








Charlaine Harris
Dead Ever After


Susan Wittig Albert
Widow's Tears








Melissa Bourbon
A Killing Notion


Naomi Hirahara
Murder on Bamboo Lane








Ann Purser
The Blackwoods Farm Enquiry


Susan Wittig Albert
Death Come Quickly








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Murder, She Wrote: Aloha Betrayed


Amanda Carmack
Murder at Westminster Abbey







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Cool Cache
Patricia Smiley

"A fun and feisty heroine" (Janet Evanovich, author of Lean Mean Thirteen) stars in another smart, suspenseful mystery from the Los Angeles Times bestselling author of Short Change.

To help her new chocolate shop flourish, gourmande Helen Taggart has hired Tucker Sinclair and Associates. (Tucker will admit that by "Associates," she means Eugene, an asthmatic young secretary and Dick Tracy wannabe.)

Then one night, Tucker drives by her client's Beverly Hills chocolate shop and finds the door open, truffles strewn across the floor—and the body of cleaning woman Lupe Ortiz lying next to a bloody green feather.

Although Tucker has warned him not to, Eugene Barstok, her fragile secretary-cum-Dick Tracy wannabe, starts investigating. So when he fails to show up for work, she has to follow the kid's unorthodox train of thought and the trail of clues, including the fabled quetzal bird and a Mayan spouted chocolate pot. Tucker knows she must find Eugene before he comes face-to-face with a killer out for sweet revenge.

(A Tucker Sinclair Mystery #4)
NAL, June 2008
ISBN #0451224019
304 pages Hardcover
$23.95

Also by Patricia Smiley:
Cool Cache, June 2009
Short Change, June 2008
Short Change, July 2007

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