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  • Kate Stewart

    Strike One: My mother named me Theodore after her favorite chipmunk. Not cool, Mom. I've spent most of my life answering to Teddy because I couldn't make Theo work. Except for here. College. The place where all bets are off, and I've managed to redeem myself. There's only one problem, my new roommate, Troy, is football royalty and looks like he stepped off the set of an Abercrombie shoot. Doesn't matter, I cook a mean breakfast for his panty parade, and we get along well. And anyway, this year I got the girl. And she's perfect. That's right. Theodore Houseman, former band geek, now marching-band rock star has finally landed the girl of his dreams. Everything is perfect. That is, until...read more

  • Josie Belle

    Maggie Gerber—one of the founding members of the Good Buy Girls—loves her quiet life in St. Stanley, Virginia. But all that changes when Sam Collins, her old flame, moves back to town as the new sheriff. On top of that, Claire Freemont, a librarian and the newest member of the Good Buy Girls, starts acting utterly strange. When Maggie goes to visit her the next day at the library, she finds the body of a very dead man. Turns out the man is someone from Claire's past. As the handsome new sheriff zeroes in on Claire, it's up to Maggie and the rest of the Good Buy Girls to use their bargain-hunting skills to hunt a killer—while making sure they don't pay too much in the...read more

  • Josie Belle

    Maggie Gerber and those discount divas the Good Buy Girls are gearing up for their first big holiday thrift-shop sale. But one of the Girls—Joanne Claramotta, pregnant with her first child—is acting less than festive. It could be hormones. Or it could be Diane Jenkins, the young knockout her husband Michael hired as his new deli assistant. Calming Joanne’s nerves proves impossible when Maggie finds Michael unconscious on his deli floor—with Diane next to him, strangled to death with her apron strings. Then Maggie discovers something even more disturbing. There’s no record of Diane having been hired. In fact, she has no history at all. It’s as if she never even existed. Now...read more

  • Josie Belle

    There’s something 100% off about Maggie and her fiancé Sam’s new dream home in the historic section of St. Stanley. The lights flicker, the doors blow shut, and their cat, Marshall Dillon, hisses at empty space. And there’s something in the basement that’s definitely not a bargain... After Maggie discovers a skeleton in the root cellar, she’s convinced her house is haunted by a murdered man’s ghost. With the help of her Good Buy Girls, Maggie works to tag a killer. But she’ll need to be careful as she digs into the history of her new digs. Someone is willing to keep the truth buried at all...read more

  • Josie Belle

    Letting no good deal go undone, the Good Buy Girls are ready to pounce on the St. Stanley flea market, where wealthy Vera Madison is selling off her vintage clothing. The widow's wardrobe is just what Maggie Gerber needs to give her second-hand shop, My Sister's Closet, the edge over vindictive rival Summer Phillips, who's opened her own second-hand shop across the street. But when Vera is found dead, it turns out that she collected enemies like Dior gowns-and had more than a few skeletons in her walk-in closet. Now it's up to Maggie and the Good Buy Girls to sort through the racks of suspects for the killer and get back to the business of...read more

  • Teri Wilson

    Violet March and Sam Nash are as different as night and day and have been enemies ever since Violet accused Sam of dognapping her beloved Dalmatian. Sam knows that's impossible—for one thing, Cinder is a well-trained fire-safety-demonstration dog who never steps out of line for serious firefighter Sam. Sprinkles, on the other hand, has never met a command that she didn't ignore completely, much like her bubbly owner. So when Sprinkles and Cinder accidentally switch places during one of the annual police vs. fire department softball tournament games, Violet is thrilled by her dog's sudden perfect behavior. And if stubborn-yet-charming Sam is embarrassed that his dog no longer listens, all...read more

  • Mildred Abbott

    Opening the Cozy Corgi in Estes Park is a dream come true: small-town charm, fresh-baked bread, hours by the fire reading mysteries, and . . . murder. For Winifred Page and her devoted corgi, Watson, the puzzle pieces of life are falling into place as they settle into their home in the Colorado mountains. Surrounded by family and friends, Fred begins to relax into the charm and beauty of being the owner of a bookshop and bakery. The buzz of possible romance-though Fred wasn't looking for a relationship-has quieted as one of her suitors is no longer a viable option while the other has moved into the friend zone. But all thoughts of romance, wanted or not, fly out the window when Fred...read more

  • Tia Truthteller

    Tired of dating and go-nowhere “situationships”? This is the book to read when you're ready for the real deal- boyfriend, fiancé or husband. Discover how to move your relationship forward-without looking desperate. Your roadmap to a committed relationship with potential is here! With quirky illustrations and true life stories, this wife of 23 years shares secrets of the male mind. You'll gain a distinct advantage as you try to understand, communicate and forge an emotional connection with men. Ladies, the healthy, loving union of your dreams is within your grasp! This amazing, illustrated dating book will show you how an intentional approach can lead to a meaningful relationship...read more

  • Mildred Abbott

    With summer approaching, Estes Park is abuzz with flowers, baking, tourists, and . . . murder. Tourist season is about to begin, and the lovely weather has Winifred Page and her corgi sidekick, Watson, leaving the comfort of the Cozy Corgi Bookshop and Bakery to reluctantly attend a celebration at the Black Bear Roaster coffee shop. But a chill of uncertainty settles over Fred when a choking death doesn't seem so accidental-despite the dry, hazardous scones. As Fred and Police Sergeant Branson Wexler rekindle a possible romance, Fred shares her suspicions. But is she seeing murder at every turn? Learning to trust her gut feelings, Fred risks the ire of the coffee shop owner to investigate...read more

  • Elise Sax

    Lovably troublesome Gladie Burger runs into sizzling danger and a fiery love triangle in the second installment of Elise Sax's hilarious and sexy Matchmaker Mysteries series. Since joining the family matchmaking business run by her eccentric and psychic Grandma Zelda, Gladie is always looking for love. But when an unbearable toothache knocks her out of commission and into the dentist's chair, she prays only for relief. No such luck. Emerging from an anesthetic haze, Gladie awakes to find that not only is her tooth still throbbing, but her dentist is dead-and the lead suspect in the murder, office receptionist Belinda, just so happens to be Gladie's first real client. Now it's up to Gladie...read more

  • Mildred Abbott

    At the height of the summer season, Estes Park explodes with people, wildlife, fireworks, and . . . murder. The Cozy Corgi Bookshop and Bakery is buzzing with tourists, and Winifred Page and her quirky corgi, Watson, celebrate the Fourth of July picnicking with family and friends-of the human and four-legged variety. As summer blooms with romance for Fred and Sergeant Branson Wexler, murder lurks around the corner. With a friend's life in danger, Fred and Watson doggedly pursue the investigation, even as Fred finds herself once again at odds with the police department. But caring for two chaotic corgis while navigating emotions from the past in the midst of solving a mystery might be too...read more

  • Elise Sax

    Five months have passed since Gladie Burger came to Cannes, California, to join her eccentric Grandma Zelda in the family matchmaking business, and Gladie is quickly mastering the rules of attraction. Her latest fix-up is still going strong and Gladie's bank account is back in the black-until a rival matchmaker arrives in town and has both Gladie and Zelda seeing red. Not only is self-proclaimed psychic Luanda Laughing-Eagle stealing Grandma Zelda's clients, but Zelda is convinced that Luanda's ESP is total BS. She tasks Gladie with exposing Luanda as a fraud, but Gladie's attention is diverted when murder comes a-calling. Spencer Bolton, the gorgeous chief of police and Gladie's...read more

  • Rose Pressey

    As fashion maven Cookie Chanel tracks a murderer at the Kentucky Derby, all bets are off . . . When Cookie Chanel lands a dream assignment of providing vintage hats for a high-society Kentucky Derby party, she's brimming with excitement. Leaving her mother and best friend to mind the store at It's Vintage Y'All, Cookie packs up her psychic cat and races to Kentucky. But before she can hang her hat, her enthusiasm is dampened when the rider of the potential Derby-winning horse is put out to pasture. Now she's saddled with the jockey's ghost, who insists she find his killer. With suspects ranging from an odds-on favorite to a dark horse, Cookie may just find herself in a dead heat before the...read more

  • Elise Sax

    Gladie is back with the fourth installment of the hilarious Matchmaker Mysteries series. Since joining the family matchmaking business run by her eccentric and psychic Grandma Zelda, Gladie has had little success. Involved on one level or another-hot sex, almost committed, and crying in her pillow-with three men, Gladie distracts herself by giving up on matchmaking and starting a new career. But when Gladie stumbles on body parts of dead baseball players all over town, she's dragged into solving yet another murder mystery. With her life in chaos and the killer getting closer, Gladie has to come to terms with the fact that love is murder. This is the re-release of Playing the Field. It is...read more

  • Mildred Abbott

    A New Age conference comes to Estes Park, Colorado, bringing a cacophony of tie-dye, crystals, and murder . . . As summer draws to a close, the Spirit, Health, and Heart Conference arrives, just in time for Winifred's sisters to open their store next to the Cozy Corgi Bookshop. To Fred's surprise, Chakras turns out to be a beautiful addition to the delightful mountain town. The shop even has a room so pleasing in its crystal tranquility that Fred's corgi, Watson, approves-and hardly anything impresses him. But not everyone is charmed by the crystals, tarot readings, and messages of personal enlightenment. When a famous spiritualist is found dead, Chakras and the entire town are plunged...read more

  • Mildred Abbott

    Fall gives way to winter in the Colorado mountains, ushering in snow, pumpkin spice, the bugling of elk, and murder . . . Estes Park bustles with tourists and locals for its Halloween celebration, and Winifred Page and her corgi sidekick, Watson, are enjoying their favorite pastries as they greet trick-or-treaters outside the Cozy Corgi Bookstore and Bakery. But a chilling afterhours break-in at the charming bookshop leaves Fred and Watson shaken, especially with its connection to a recent poaching incident in the national park. By daybreak, on a cool morning walk through town, Fred discovers the body of one of the poachers . . . When Fred's close friend, park ranger Leo Lopez, asks for...read more

  • Rose Pressey

    When Cookie Chanel moonlights as a costume designer for a local theater, murder takes center stage . . . Folks say the Sugar Creek Theater is haunted. But that doesn't scare off Cookie Chanel, owner of Georgia's chicest vintage clothing store, It's Vintage Y'All-especially since Cookie talks to the ghost of her grandmother every day through her cat Wind Song. Still, after she agrees to be in charge of costumes for a production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, she's surprised to find the specter of a young woman in the theater, keeping watch over a trunk of 1950's dresses. And when Cookie's best friend Heather is found standing over a stabbed actor, she has two mysteries to solve. This is not a...read more

  • Rose Pressey

    A photo shoot in a graveyard ends in a grave shooting . . . Cookie Chanel-owner of the chic clothing store It's Vintage Y'All in Sugar Creek, Georgia-has been hired to dress models for a fashion shoot. The spread will be featured in Fashion and Style magazine's October issue-so the models are posing in a cemetery. As someone who can see and talk to ghosts, Cookie's not spooked by the location. But she is surprised when a new ghost appears, decked out in 1920's couture. And she's shocked when she hears a gunshot. Then a model runs toward her, saying the grumpy photographer has been edited out of the picture-for good. With help from her ghostly pals, Cookie must zoom in on the truth before...read more

  • Terri Reed

    Enter the world of the Military K-9 Unit When the Red Rose Killer leaves his calling card for Staff Sergeant Felicity Monroe, she knows exactly what that means-she's on his revenge list. Her boss, Master Sergeant Westley James, and K-9 German shepherd Dakota become her guardians, but they'll have to act fast to escape the man who wants her...read more

  • Valerie Hansen

    Assignment: Single Mom Surveillance The Military K-9 Unit series continues. Her serial killer brother's escaped-and it's single mom Zoe Sullivan who's under suspicion! Sgt. Linc Colson trusts two things: his instincts and his Rottweiler K-9 partner, Star-and certainly not the pretty face he's assigned to monitor. He's done everything to keep her from getting under his skin-now he must stop those who want to put her six feet...read more