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A Christmas party for the upper crust of the small Texas town of Maycroft turns tragic when the hostess ends up dead. Everyone assumes her death is an accident—everyone except her daughter, Estelle. She turns to Deena to help solve the mystery. A jealous friend and a mysterious heir are just two of the likely suspects.
As a school teacher turned newspaper reporter, Deena must get crafty to dig out the truth before anyone else gets hurt, including her own brother, Russell. Not only is there a possible killer on the loose, but this may be Russell’s last chance at true love.
Sharpe Edge is Book 1 in the Cozy Suburbs Mystery Series. A little romance, some snarky suburban competition, and a lot of mystery will keep you turning pages in this cozy whodunit.
If you like a clean, cozy mystery with lots of guesswork, buy Sharpe Edge today!
And Maverick King? Oh yeah. This devilishly handsome drummer gets a special gift for Christmas. The trouble is trying to convince Izzy Walker to allow him to have her…
Look for Book 2 of Unlikely Friends Series : Unlikely Redemption (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MQUDK6M)
But why was she left the house? She moves to Scotland, takes over the reins of management, while at the same time she begins to get to know Lord Micah MacKenzie who is a widower with two little sons.
The war rages on and she begins to help the war effort as she allows the army to use her house for training and does all she can, with the help of the staff she has inherited, to make the house self sufficient. At the same time she puzzles over her own past and its connection to the woman who left her the house.
This is a captivating story of a young lady who tries to unravel the mystery of her past while working hard to improve the lives of those in her present. It is the story of someone who experienced little love in her past and who finds it where she never thought it would be.
Fully illustrated eBook, for ages 3-8
Super-Duper Monty is the story of a little frog that loves to hop, leap, and jump so much that everyone calls him Leapfrog.
“One morning, Monty jumped over the bushes and landed on the road. ‘This is super duper fun! I can leap, and jump, and run!’ he sang, taking a leap with every word.”
But trouble wasn’t far away.
Super-Duper Monty is an engaging tale through which parents and caregivers can teach children several things in an entertaining way:
- They must not wander away.
- Even while having fun, they must be aware of their surroundings.
- The importance of natural habitat for creatures.
- Compassion for other living things.
The illustrations are vibrant and delightful, and the text of the ebook is on the same page as the picture.
This story is suitable for reading at bedtime. It also works as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for older children.
***There is a FREE GIFT inside***
Mubu and his friend Kookoo-ah-choo live out their values of friendship and sharing talents with others in this holiday tale. Kookoo uses her gift of song to lift the spirits of people around the town. Mubu earnestly advocates for Kookoo with Santa. This story speaks to the spirit of Christmas and how we can spread it to others.
Cuba – a land of classic cars, beautiful beaches, salsa music, and the best cigars in the world. As diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States starts to improve, everyone wants a piece of the action. When Mike’s friend, Jack Trout, asks Kelly and Mike to join his wife and him on an exploratory trip to a Cuban island, it’s an invitation they can’t resist. Mike’s dream of fly fishing the saltwater flats on the exotic island is quickly replaced when he’s asked by the local constable to help solve the murder of a British fly fishing guide, Dudley Samms. Jack becomes a suspect and his wife, Carola, asks Kelly to help solve the crime.
Plenty of quirky characters have reasons to wish Dudley dead, but who killed him? The Englishman who is the head of one of the largest international banks in the world? The American with no visible means of support, but who has plenty of money to fish all around the world? The victim’s wife? One of the Cuban fishing guides? Or was it Jack?