DannaDriscoll StormRising

Jen J. Danna (writing as Sara Driscoll), Storm Rising, Kensington Publishing

In the wake of a hurricane, Meg Jennings and Hawk deploy to Virginia, where they get embroiled in a human trafficking ring.

Fox WineandPunishment

Sarah Fox, Wine and Punishment (A Literary Pub Mystery), Kensington

The owner of a charming literary pub finds her fresh start on the rocks thanks to a case of murder.

Prentice WhyWasRachelMurdered

Bill Prentice, Why was Rachel Murdered?, Echo Road

A mathematician’s murder leads PI Neil Walker into a world of Ponzi schemes, politics and global cybersecurity nightmares.

Pasquella YardDog

A.G. Pasquella, Yard Dog, Dundurn Press

Honourable ex-con Jack Palace struggles to repay an unstable criminal who saved his life.

Ace MurderKnowsNoSeason

Cathy Ace, Murder Knows No Season, Four Tails Publishing Ltd

4 novellas: new tales featuring Cait Morgan, the WISE Enquiries Agency and DI Evan Glover, joined by a standalone thriller.

Delany ScandalinScarlet

Vicki Delany, A Scandal in Scarlet, Crooked Lane Books

Sherlockians will delight at the latest charming installment of national bestselling authors Sherlock Holmes Bookshop series

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Sawyer, Mary H.

Sawyer MaryHMary H. Sawyer

Mary H. Sawyer lives on the banks of the beautiful Saint John river in New Brunswick. Her career as a public school teacher and administrator serves as her inspiration for the Stella Page series. She loves setting her mysteries in ordinary circumstances that most people would be familiar with until the crime is uncovered. Then it becomes  a question for the reader: What would I do if that were me?

Her blog can be found at http://rewireforfun.blogspot.ca. where she writes about issues she finds funny or interesting. You might find the odd short story there as well.

 

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