- File Size: 3584 KB
- Print Length: 1305 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Seaside Story Productions, LLC (July 30, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074FCWCBC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,472 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Secrets, Lies, and Alibis: 7 Cozy Mysteries Kindle Edition
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A New Corpse In Town by Lucy Quinn
Cookie James, After taking an extended leave from the FBI after a tough case and wanting to just relax and get away from crime and law enforcement, moves to Secret Seal Isle with her mother under an assumed name. Just to have her mom almost drowned by a body washing up to the shore from the ocean behind the Inn they bought. As the local deputy does not appear to be interested in investigating, she calls her ex-partner from the FBI to investigate. Things heat up quickly, professionally and personally.
Louisiana Longshot by Jana Deleon
Fortune Redding, An assassin for the CIA is being relocated to Sinful Louisiana under an the assumed name of her boss's niece, to go through the aunts things and get her house ready for probate, while they hide her away until they can locate the head of the Arab arms dealer whose Brother in Law she killed before fleeing the Mid-East. With instructions to keep a low profile. She intends to do so until a bone washes up in her aunts' yard from the bayou putting her in the sights of Deputy Carter just hours after her arrival.
This is one of my all-time favorite series that I have read multiple times. We are introduced to Fortune, Ida Bell, and Gertie. The latter two are spinsters who are elderly, as Fortune would say "Older than dirt" They run the town of Sinful with the other Sinful Ladies Society (SLS) members. and very little gets past them. Follow them in their hijinks as Ida Bell lays down the law and you never know what Gertie will pull from her purse next. Be prepared to laugh.
Rosemary's Gravy by Melissa F. Miller
Rosemary Field, Chemist first, working for Amber Patrick as a personal holistic chef to pay off the bills her parents left her and her sisters from their failed business. When Amber is killed from anaphylactic shock by someone adding peanut oil to her bottle of wine. Guess who has access to everything Amber eats? And becomes the #1 Suspect.
Scene Of The Grind By Tonya Kappas
Roxanne Bloom (Roxy) moves to Honey Springs, Kentucy to be closer to her aunt Maxine, where she had spent many summers. Just in time to open her own coffee shop just before the annual Honey Festival. When her aunt is accused of murdering the owner of the book store. Roxy has to find the real murderer to save her aunt from prison, her shop, and her very own life.
Tonya wrote a very good story as usual, But it took more than ¼ of the book to get to the mystery part of the book.
The Case of the Screaming Beauty by Alison Golden
Amelia Swansbourne, owner of The Lavender Bed and Breakfast is peacefully weeding her garden when a piercing scream comes from the window of one of the rooms above her. When she gets to the room, Norah Travis, one of the guest calmly answers the door. The next morning Norah's body is discovered on the floor of the bathroom.
Suspects are the owners, the housekeeper, a journalist staying there, the deceased ex.
Inspector Graham calmly and coolly goes through the evidence and suspects. And the story has a grand finally ending and reveal much in the way Hercule Poirot ended his investigations.
The Secret of Seaside by Agatha Ball
Paige Comber, Is in Seaside for the summer to help her granny run the Bitter Beans Coffee & Bookshop, so she can get real life experience of running a shop as that is her goal due to having completed a vocational school to learn how to bake.
When Bryan, also visiting the isle to help his uncle is arrested after finding the uncle's body floating in the waves, Paige sets out to find the guilty party at any cost. Possibly even her own life.
Murder at Honeysuckle Hotel by Rose Pressey
Raelynn Pendleton, recently divorced inherits an old victorian house and all its belongings from an elderly woman who she had always been nice to. The only way to keep the house is to turn it into a hotel, in which she has no experience. Before she can open she discovers the body of a woman who is new to the area in the garden and she is charged with the murder.
With this book I have discovered four new to me authors, and will be picking up five new series. I had already read two of these stories and have the complete series for them.
The authors have worked together to put out a book that was fun to read while not being overly complicated. There is a good bit of humor in them and most of them has extremely well-developed characters. None of these stories have much if any foul language and there are no explicit scenes in them.
I believe you will enjoy these stories if you give them a try.
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