Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12 or thereabouts (depending on what country you live in). There’s no better time to treat yourself to a Mother’s Day-Themed mystery.


Margaritas & Murder by Cece Osgood

In honor of Mother’s Day, meet Marsha, Sunny Truly’s mom. Marsha doesn’t like her daughter’s new job as a rookie private eye. She was so proud of Sunny being a history teacher but then that awful You Tube “incident” got Sunny fired.
Now, Marsha has a lot more to worry about — like her daughter’s penchant for solving mysteries and encountering creepy killers.

Filigrees, Fortunes and Foul Play by Emily Selby

Katie is busy enough as a single mom with a series of dead-end jobs. She barely has time for her passion-paper crafting.

But when one of her housecleaning clients turns up dead, stabbed with a paper crafting tool, Katie is in trouble.

She has her own ideas about who the real murderer is, but the lead inspector won’t listen.

Can she dig up evidence before another victim drops dead? Or will she take the fall for a crime she didn’t commit?


Mother’s Day (A Professor Molly Novelette)

Pregnant Professor Molly is battling morning sickness, a meddling mom, and the unwanted “help” of the Student Retention Office.

The last thing she needs on her to-do list is a murder.

But here we are.