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Peter Fritze, Crook's Hill, Peter Fritze

Alan Boltby yearns to be more than a workaholic lawyer. Confronted by insider trading, unexplained deaths and blame for a sordid family secret, he turns investigator.

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Linda Wiken, Marinating in Murder, Berkley Prime Crime

There's one thing J.J. Tanner and the Culinary Capers Dinner Club didn't have on the menu -- the dead body in the trunk!

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Alexis Koetting, Triple Threat, Iguana Books

The second Bella James Mystery, filled with new and familiar characters who will make you laugh, cry, and keep you guessing until the very end.

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Judy Penz Sheluk, A Hole in One: A Glass Dolphin Mystery (#2), Barking Rain Press

Murder, mystery, and mayhem—small-town secrets have never been bigger…

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Vicki Delany, The Cat of the Baskervilles, Crooked Lane Books

The game is once again afoot at the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium

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Melodie Campbell, The B-Team, Orca Books

They do wrong for all the right reasons. And sometimes it even works...

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Jay Zendrowski, Shake Off The Ghosts, Createspace

Detectives Tee Pepper and Rupert Wallace have a case full of prime suspects. They use their wits to find the guilty party.

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John Moss, Lindstrom Alone, Iguana Books: A Stonewood Imprint

Drawn into the saga of a family bent on self-destruction, a Toronto P.I. travels to Sweden and a showdown with a killer on the windswept island of  Fårö.

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macleod-hilaryHilary MacLeod

Hilary MacLeod’s first murder mystery, Revenge of the Lobster Lover, won her a CBC Bookie award. Hilary is a former CBC radio writer and broadcaster with experience in Montreal and the Maritimes. She sets The Shores mystery series in a village very similar to Sea View, PEI where Hilary has spent summers since 1990. The novels draw from this location – the landscape, characters, way of life and speaking come from the author’s observation of and bond with that community. The Shores novels are village mysteries, but they’re far from typical. The view of the place and the people is humourous, affectionate, and satirical, but also touched with dark moments and themes.

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