#MidweekMystery: Better than Nun (A Giulia Driscoll Mystery) by Alice Loweecey

Ghosts for Mardi Gras! Giulia Driscoll used to say running a detective agency was the busiest job she’d ever had. Then the ghosts showed up, and she figured now she’s the busiest ever. This of course challenged the Universe to say, “Hold my beer.”   Today she’s running the agency, sleuthing on behalf of the … Continue reading #MidweekMystery: Better than Nun (A Giulia Driscoll Mystery) by Alice Loweecey

Vampire Billionaire of the Bayou #SampleSunday

Mary-Alice preferred small-town papers to the big-city ones. The local papers featured good news, like high school valedictorians and award-winning pumpkins. The big newspapers showcased all the worst explosions, fires, famines, and murders from all over the world. Mary-Alice didn’t think human beings were intended to take on all the world’s misery at once. One town’s problems were surely enough.

Fair Game, a Zoe Chambers #MidweekMystery by Annette Dashofy

Paramedic Zoe Chambers hoped a week at the Monongahela County Fair would provide a much-needed diversion. But when the annual school bus demolition derby concludes with a gruesome discovery, Zoe finds herself on a collision course with a violent and desperate felon.

The No-Tell Motel #SampleSunday

Mary-Alice preferred small-town papers to the big-city ones. The local papers featured good news, like high school valedictorians and award-winning pumpkins. The big newspapers showcased all the worst explosions, fires, famines, and murders from all over the world. Mary-Alice didn’t think human beings were intended to take on all the world’s misery at once. One town’s problems were surely enough.

Deadly Southern Charm: A Sisters in Crime Anthology #MidweekMystery

“Deliciously devious and absolutely delightful, these marvelous stories will keep you captivated! Sweeter than sweet tea on the surface, but with smartly sinister secrets only a true southern writer can provide. What a joy to read!” —Hank Phillippi Ryan, best-selling Agatha and Mary Higgins Clark Award winner