Life has always been sweet on Georgia’s Peach Cove Island, but a case of murder has Marygene Brown down in the pits . . .
When Alberta Scaglione and her granddaughter go for a morning jog, they don’t expect to stumble across a body hidden under a treehouse. Suddenly the town of Tranquility, New Jersey is turning out to be anything but.
Cape May, New Jersey, is the site of a big culinary competition—and the knives are out . . .
Ashley and her best friend Patty are a day away from
realizing their dream of owning a food truck and nothing can dampen
their enthusiasm—not even finding a body.
The Agatha Award–winning author of Pressing the Issue returns to the Cookbook Nook, where Jenna Hart is busy decking the halls and ducking a killer . .…… Read more “New Cookbook Nook Mystery: Wreath Between the Lines by Daryl Wood Gerber”
Mix together a cocktail for murder, add a few salty suspects, toss in a dollop of sweet humor, and you have the recipe for Trimmed to Death, #15 in the Bad Hair Day cozy mystery series.
The owner of the yacht, who collects memorabilia related to the disaster, wants Val to serve the last meal the Titanic passengers ate . . . while his guests play a murder-mystery game. But it is the final feast for one passenger who disappears from the ship. And that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
The buoyant mood at Bistro Rousseau deflates when Chef Camille’s sister, Renee, turns up dead in the chef’s kitchen, and Mimi Rousseau must tease the real killer…… Read more “Souffle of Suspicion, a new French Bistro Mystery by Daryl Wood Gerber”
It’s always been Mimi Rousseau’s dream to open her own bistro, but it seems beyond her grasp since she’s been chased back home to Nouvelle Vie in…… Read more “New French Bistro Mystery: A Deadly Eclair by Daryl Wood Gerber”
Erin is one smart cookie, but can she keep the holiday spirit—and herself—alive till Christmas? In Jewel Bay, all is merry and bright. At Murphy’s Mercantile, AKA…… Read more “As the Christmas Cookie Crumbles (A Food Lovers’ Village Mystery): Interview with Author Leslie Budewitz”