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Two Murders Too Many by Bluette Matthey December 1-31, 2020 Tour Synopsis: Barn burning in a sleepy farming community is a serious enough matter, but a grisly murder or two in a small midwest town is a showstopper. Throw in a serial blackmailer who has his claws in some of the town’s leading citizens and […]

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The Rage Room by Lisa de Nikolits December 1-18, 2020 Tour Synopsis: What if you made the worst mistake of your life and got the chance to fix it? Only you made it so much worse? From the incomparable crafter of nine cross-genre works of fiction, Lisa de Nikolits expands her horizons to pen a […]

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Murder, Forgotten by Deb Richardson-Moore on Tour October 1-16, 2020 Synopsis: With the publication of ‘Murder, Forgotten‘, Deb Richardson-Moore departs from her popular Branigan Powers series and introduces us to an unforgettable protagonist and a heart-pounding mystery that explores the vagaries of the mind and the way our memory often betrays us. The themes are […]

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What She Never Said by Catharine Riggs on Tour August 19 – September 20, 2019 Synopsis: How much would you pay to keep a secret? Ruth Mosby is the VP of operations at Serenity Acres, where the privileged elite go to die. For a hefty fee, wealthy retirees can live the good life in this […]

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A Cloud of Fraud by Linda Ferreri on Tour June 1-30, 2019 Synopsis: A man is shot dead in front of City Hall in Philadelphia where his family is tangled in a bitter lawsuit. One brave woman, drawn there by a work of art, finds herself following a twisted trail to the hills of Le […]

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The Winner Maker by Jeff Bond on Tour December 1-31, 2018 Synopsis: Bob Fiske — the 74-year-old dinosaur who’s taught Honors English and coached varsity football for five decades — is missing. To his Winners, class favorites Fiske designated over the years for their potential to “Live Big,” it’s heartbreaking. Fiske did more than inspire […]

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