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Creepy Christmas Waffle: Book 7 in the Diner of the Dead Series

by Carolyn Q. Hunter

It’s Christmas time in Haunted Falls and Sonja is getting ready for the annual block party that her mother and her neighbors hold every year. Sonja is looked forward to great food, decorations, a warm fire, Christmas carols, and is even hoping that her significant other, Sheriff Frank Thompson, will finally kiss her under the mistletoe. Tragedy strikes, however, as it often does in Haunted Falls, and Sonja is chilled to the core when she receives a very strange and sinister present on her doorstep–a present that may just spell doom for everyone who is close to her during this holiday season.



Peppermint Glazed Murder: A Donut Hole Cozy Mystery – Book 28

by Susan Gillard

**This is Book 28 in the Donut Hole Cozy Mystery Series**

When Heather Shepherd goes on a pre-birthday outing to a skydiving range, the last thing she expects to find is a crime scene and a distraught mother.

Heather is horrified, and decides to take on yet another case, whether Ryan and the good officers at the Hillside Police Department need her or not. She ignores the suggestion that she take a week off for her birthday, and sets off on another adventure, armed with her keen sense of justice, a bestie who’s more squeamish than helpful and several boxes of Lavender Grape Dust Donuts. But this mystery is a true challenge: almost every suspect comes from within the victim’s close family and boy, are there a lot of them. The answers are close, but threaten to slip between Heather’s fingers, even as an arrest is made.

Heather must get to the bottom of this one or risk a killer on the loose and the chance of just the worst birthday party ever.

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StrawBuried in Chocolate (Black Cat Cafe Cozy Mystery Series Book 2)

by Lyndsey Cole

Annie Fisher wakes up on Friday the thirteenth, but she reminds herself she’s not superstitious. The Black Cat Café is loaded up with special Valentine’s Day goodies, the most popular being Annie’s chocolate covered strawberries. She is so looking forward to a romantic weekend with current flame, landlord and neighbor, Jason Hunter.

But when her Aunt Leona finds a body in Jason’s house, all plans for that romantic weekend are scrapped. All Annie, Leona, Mia and Jason can think about is who killed Lacy McGuire and why.

With more and more clues pointing toward Leona as the killer, they need to work fast to figure out who the real killer is before Leona ends up in jail for good. To complicate matters for Annie, information surfaces about her birth parents, a mystery she’s been working on for the past few years. She thinks she wants to find the answers, but will it destroy her world?

Now, Annie must struggle to save her aunt, but as she questions neighbors and relatives, will she put herself in danger with the real killer? Will she save her aunt but get herself killed in the process?

***StrawBuried in Chocolate is approx. 200 pages and is volume 2 in the Black Cat Cafe Cozy Mystery Series. Lyndsey’s books can be read and enjoyed in any order.



MYSTERY: A Mass Murderer – Bloody Vengeance: (Mystery, Suspense, Thriller, Suspense Crime Thriller, Murder) (ADDITIONAL BOOK INCLUDED ) (Suspense Thriller Mystery, Serial Killer, crime 1)

by Sara Wood

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Raki Maheson born of a low cast mother and Tamil father in the town of Salli, on the north- easterly tip of Sri Lanka occasionally invaded by the rebel forces of the Tamil Liberation fighters. All his salient traits of his personality are traceable to his strong low cast roots.which despises compromise and forbids diplomacy, contempt for privilege, love of argument, distrust of the religion and faith in humanist logic. These were some of the characteristics of the rugged folks of the Salli district from whom Raki sprang. A number of them, too, are readily prone to mental disorder of one kind or another.
On February 1985 Raki was arrested at his Orrs Hill home, after human remains had been identified as the cause of blocked drains. Within days he had confessed to fifteen gruesome murders over a period of four years. His victims, all young call girls, had never been missed. It is a story of a singular relationship between a mass murderer and society as some of the victims could have been spared, had the police been more efficient

DESCRIPTION:
Returning home to his homestead from the big city, middle aged Roy Travis Klyne and his friend and closest neighbor, Bates find something was strangely wrong in the household. His wife Louise, was sprawled on the floor barely able to breathe her clothes were in tatters she had bled profusely.
It took all his self-discipline to stop himself jumping up and grabbing her. There was a great bruise under her right eye, and her nose had been bleeding. A thread of black blood crept drily from the corner of her mouth, down across her chin, on her neck. And there were deep scratches around her throat.
He realized that Bates had also seen it at the same moment, hearing the strangled gasp, and feeling the man’s body tense in the chair beside him, ready to leap up. Klyne reached across and seized his arm, squeezing it with all his strength.
They both heard her rant “They have murdered your wife and raped us repeatedly and almost killed me, they were not men but beasts.” She sobbed.
“Who were they?”
They were men from your past, seeking vengeance, they said they gave what you deserved.” She said pointing to the bedroom with a final gasp she dropped her head as the last breath went out of her.
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Juggling Kittens

by Matt Coleman

Ellis Mazer is a soon-to-be father, a first year English teacher, and a directionless twenty-something entering the directionless 2000-somethings. Violence provided by the backdrop of 9/11 feeds Mr. Mazer’s seventh graders the essay fodder that almost makes his job bearable. Then, when a little girl disappears from her rural Arkansas mobile home, teaching writing turns into a layup drill.

Soon after that, however, Spencerâ??trailer trash with more ring worms than friendsâ??stops coming to school. Ellis discovers that he may be the only person who even notices, much less cares. What begins as a good-natured attempt to deliver some make-up work tumbles headlong into a quest deep into hillbilly noir in an attempt to verify that there is still some good in what appears to be a crumbling world.

Ellis is pitted against a preacher’s son whose sociopathic tendencies have seeped into the fabric of small-town life, and he is partnered with The Drewâ??full-time assistant principal, part-time private detectiveâ??who wears both his old coach’s whistle and his monotonous family life like veritable Albatrosses. He explores each dark crevice of backwoods Arkansas as both a literal nightmare of gothic possibilities and an analogous depiction of his inner struggles with adulthood.

Reluctantly, Ellis comes to the realization that Spencer’s disappearance is directly linked to whatever happened to that little girl. Unfortunately, others have made the same discovery. Somewhere in a stack of ungraded essays, Spencer has revealed the horrific truth behind the brutal murder and burial of a six-year-old girl. And it doesn’t much feel like anyone wants that truth to emerge. Even Ellis is unsure of how much he cares. He only knows that in order to believe in his ability to be a husband or father, for some reason, he must find Spencer.

Among the swirling depravity of society, the crippling panic of impending parenthood, and the mounting scrap heap of seventh grade essays, one Arkansas town sees two kids go missing. Ellis Mazer only wants to find one of them. And if he can pull that off, he might not ever become a good teacher, but he might at least become a good person.



Nobody’s Fool Y’all: A Hadley Pell Cozy Mystery

by Jeri Green

She wanted to learn a new skill, but hooking a body in a mountain stream wasn’t exactly what she had in mind.

Fly fishing was something that her late husband, Harry Pell, loved to do. When Hadley’s friend, Hobie Stricker, invites her to try for the Big One, she only has trout in mind. A dead body brings a lot of unwanted attention and a lot of unanswered questions, too. Her brother-in-law, Sheriff Bill Whittaker has sworn Hadley to secrecy. The newly elected mayor of Hope Rock County is giving the good sheriff a fit. There are rumors that he wants to clean house, especially at the local law enforcement’s office.

There is mystery surrounding the VistaView, and it’s been decades in the making. Rumors of gangsters and tunnels and illegal hooch, a bank robber, and a missing girl swirl around the place. The answers are there, but will Hadley be clever enough to pick up on the clues?â?©



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