2020 Reviews


A Case of Cat and Mouse by Sofie Kelly
A Sheriff's Star by Makenna Lee
A Winning Season by Rochelle Alers
Home For The Baby's Sake by Christine Rimmer
The House That Vanity Built by Nancy Cole Silverman
How Quickly She Disappears by Raymond Fleischmann


In For A Treat by Sophie-Leigh Robbins



Killer Chardonnay by Kate Lansing
Killer Spring Fling by Mollie Cox Bryan
Knead to Know by Liz Schulte


The Last Man She Expected by Michelle Major
Lavender Blue Murder by Laura Childs
Love to Prove You Wrong by Sophie Leigh-Robbins
Lykoi Larceny by Katherine Hayton


Masquerade Murder by Mollie Cox Bryan
Memories and Murder by Lynn Cahoon
Miracle Creek Christmas by Krista Jensen
The Missing Sister by Elle Marr
More Than Neighbors by Shannon Stacey
Mousse and Murder by Elizabeth Logan
Murder in Cottonwood Springs by Dianne Harman
Murder Makes Scents by Christin Brecher
Mysterious Merchandise by Astoria Wright


The Nantucket Inn by Pamela M. Kelley



Paris Is Always A Good Idea by Jenn McKinlay
Peachy Scream by Anna Gerard
The Potion Commotion by Constance Barker



The Request by David Bell
Revenge is Sweet by Kaye George
Risky Whiskey by Lucy Lakestone


Shadow Garden by Alexandra Burt
Southern Double Cross by Caroline Fardig
The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany by Lori Nelson Spielman
Statue of Limitations by Kate Collins
Still Knife Painting by Cheryl Hollon
Sunrise on Half Moon Bay by Robyn Carr
Survival Can Be Deadly by Charlotte Stuart


That Summer in Maine by Brianna Wolfson
The Third to Die by Allison Brennan

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