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About Jessica Baker
Named for the famous fictional mystery writer Jessica Fletcher, Jessica Baker picked up a pen when she was in elementary school and never set it down.
Jessica lives in sunny Central Florida and is a member of Sisters in Crime. When she’s not writing, she freelances as a camera assistant in film which provides plenty of inspiration for her stories.
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From bookstores to libraries, mischief and murder is on the rise.
Follow 30 sleuths as they tackle the ultimate case, to catch a bookworm red-handed.
Will their love of books solve the case before it's too late?
Spend the next month solving a mystery a day from the best cozy mystery authors in the industry.
Featuring bestsellers such as: Verena DeLuca, NAK Baldron, Denise Jaden, Iris March, Nicolette Pierce, Jessica Baker, Krista Lockheart Lisa Bouchard, Lise McClendon, Julie Anne Lindsey, Stella Bixby, K.L. Montgomery, Anne Shillolo, Polly Holmes, Kathryn Mykel, Angela K. Ryan, M K Scott, Brittany E. Brinegar, Shannon Symonds, Catherine Coles, Elle Wren Burke, Kelly Mason, C. Farren, Alicia Ellis, Jennifer S. Alderson, Kelly Brakenhoff, Rune Stroud, Mary B. Barbee, Elle Hartford, ACF Bookens, Adriana Licio and more!
Fletcher’s has everything a fashionable lady needs — including a dead body!
London 1910 - Lady Thea is looking forward to catching up with friends and perusing the latest fashions. Fletcher’s is top of her list, and not least because its new owner is her friend—and former maid—Molly.
While Thea hopes to find something new to wear, the last thing she expects to stumble across is a dead body. When she does, Molly is forced to admit the truth. Someone wants her gone, and they are willing to go to any length to see her removed from the head office… including attacks… and maybe murder…
Although Thea promised herself she’d lead a quiet life, leaving a friend’s life at risk is out of the question. She suits up and heads out to uncover the clues.
But the attacker grows bolder and Lady Thea is up against the clock. Can she identify the criminal before Molly’s life goes out of style?
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As the 1910 London Season comes to an end, it’s time for Lady Theodora Prescott-Pryce’s annual pilgrimage to visit her cousins in Scotland. Accompanied by only her maid, Molly, she thinks she’s in for another long, dull trip aboard the Flying Scotsman.
The last thing she expects to find as they departed from London is a body in her compartment. Despite Molly being accused of the murder, Thea knows her maid is innocent.
Aided by a young Scotland Yard inspector and an American heiress, Thea uses the detective skills she learned from reading Sherlock Holmes to track down the real murderer, but will she find them before they can strike again?
It’s been six years since Lady Theodora Prescott-Pryce attended one of Ravenholm Castle’s famed hunts. After the excitement on the Flying Scotsman, she finds herself bored without a little danger. But life at Ravenholm is about to get a lot more exciting…
Six years ago, a maid disappeared during the hunt. With her reappearance, a blackmailer threatens to reveal secrets that the guests and residents of Ravenholm would rather keep hidden. And nobody in the castle is who they seem.
At Ravenholm Castle, nobody is who they seem.
After the murder of her husband, Molly Talbot returns to London to the department store he created. While putting his affairs in order, she comes across a mysterious letter in her late husband's desk and sets out to discover who wrote it.
The Unread Letter is Molly's story after the events of Book 1 and continues during the events of Book 2.
London, 1908 — Stella Craven thought she had her whole life planned out, even if it was against everything her mother wanted for her. She would marry her childhood best friend and dedicate her life fighting for the right for women to vote. That summer threatens to turn upside down all of her plans when her mother forces her to make the trip to London to look for an acceptable husband.
William Pemberton, the future Earl of Wraughtley, has little time or inclination for a marriage. What he does care about is his lands and the people who live on them, and he's willing to do just about anything to keep the estate in the family, even if that means entertaining the idea of marrying an American heiress for her money.
An Invitation to Tea is a stand-alone sweet romance novella set in the world of A Lady Thea Mystery.