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The Inn At Holiday Bay by Kathi Daley
A heartwarming cozy mystery series about losing everything, taking a chance, and starting again. After suffering a personal tragedy Abby Sullivan buys a huge old seaside mansion she has never even seen, packs up her life in San Francisco, and moves to Holiday Bay Maine, where she is adopted, quite against her will, by a huge Maine Coon Cat named Rufus, a drifter with her own tragic past named Georgia, and a giant dog with an inferiority complex named Ramos. What Abby thought she needed was alone time to heal. What she ended up with was, an inn she never knew she wanted, a cat she couldn't seem to convince to leave, and a new family she'd never be able to live without.In book 9 in the series, a newly engaged couple rents out the entire inn for their engagement party. As part of their 'making memories' theme they asks guests to take photos and share them with the group. Everyone is having a wonderful time until one of the guests turns up dead.
The Inn At Holiday Bay by Kathi Daley
After relocating to a small seaside town in Maine from San Francisco, mystery author Abby Sullivan finds herself managing an inn of sorts while unofficially investigating a local girl's murder.
Paradise Cove by Jenny Holiday
From the USA Today bestselling "master of witty banter" (Entertainment Weekly) comes a hilarious and heartwarming romance about a big city doctor who never expected to find the man of her dreams in the tiny town of Matchmaker Bay. Dr. Nora Walsh has just been dumped in spectacular fashion, making it the perfect time for a major life change. She figures taking over the medical practice in tiny Matchmaker Bay for a couple of years will help her get over her broken heart, and then she can head back to the big city. But when the first man she sees looks like a superhero god, she wonders if maybe there's something to small-town living after all. Jake Ramsey also has a broken heart -- one he never expects to heal. He doesn't need people anyway and is content hiding out in his secluded cottage on the beach. But after helping Nora with a medical emergency, he finds himself opening up to the witty, warmhearted doctor. Soon the local matchmakers are working overtime to pair them off, and Jake begins to wonder if his campaign to get Nora to stay is for the town or because he can't bear the thought of her leaving.
Mermaid Inn by Jenny Holiday
-- Like Evie. Includes the bonus novella Meant to Be.
Cat Trick by Sofie Kelly
The fourth mystery in the New York Times bestselling series about two extraordinary cats whose owner can't keep her nose out of trouble... Kathleen Paulson enjoys her life as a small town librarian, but sometimes even small towns can have big problems. The local businesses of Mayville Heights hope to convince Chicago-based company Legacy Tours to sell a vacation package for their town. Legacy Tours partner Mike Glazer grew up in Mayville Heights, but he’s no longer the small town boy people once knew. Even the local bootlegger has an issue with the bossy loudmouth Mike has become—until someone shuts him up for good. When Kathleen discovers Mike’s body on the boardwalk, she can’t help but get involved in the investigation—even if her beau, Detective Marcus Gordon, would rather she didn’t. Now, with a little help from her cats Owen and Hercules, it’s up to Kathleen to make sure the killer is booked for an extended stay in prison before some else takes a permanent vacation.
A Stocking Full Of Murder by Lynn Cahoon
Three more delightful holiday mini-mysteries from Lynn Cahoon’s New York Times bestselling Tourist Trap series, together for the first time! Sunny South Cove, California, is the perfect spot for Jill Gardner and her store, Coffee, Books, and More—except when “more” turns out to be murder . . . Corned Beef and Casualties Sunny South Cove is all abuzz preparing for their annual St. Patrick’s Day festival. But the locals aren’t exactly feeling the luck of the Irish, thanks to the rowdy behavior of some of the tourists who are pouring in—and also dying . . . Mother’s Day Mayhem Jill’s stock of Mother’s Day cards is running low, but nerves about meeting her boyfriend’s mother has distracted her from ordering more. Turns out Jill isn’t the only one having feelings about mothers, especially ones who’ve just gotten out of jail . . . A Very Mummy Holiday Jill has left her shop behind to spend Thanksgiving in coastal Oregon with her cop boyfriend, her golden retriever Emma, and a crowd of friends and family—including the mummified remains of a human body . . . Praise for The Tourist Trap Mysteries “I love the author’s style, which was warm and friendly . . . [A] wonderfully appealing series.” —Dru’s Book Musings “Light, fun, and kept me thoroughly engaged.” —The Young Folks
Mistletoe Murder by Karen MacInerney
It's beginning to look a lot like... Murder. It's Christmastime, and farmer Lucy Resnick is living the life she's always dreamed of. When she's not selling her jams, soaps, and mistletoe bundles at the Buttercup Christmas Market, she's enjoying cozy evenings by the fire with her knitting group--or her handsome veterinarian boyfriend Tobias Brandt. But less than a week before Christmas, a pall falls over the festive atmosphere when local man Randy Stone turns up with a knife in his back... and a sprig of mistletoe in his hair. Local sheriff Rooster Kocurek, never the brightest bulb on the string, is convinced it's an open-and-shut case--murder by jealous wife--but Lucy suspects otherwise. She soon discovers that Randy's life was more tangled than last year's Christmas lights... and that unless she wraps up the case fast, there might be more than one funeral this holiday season.
The Man In The Microwave Oven by Susan Cox
Following Susan Cox’s Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel award-winning debut, The Man in the Microwave Oven is her next delightfully quirky mystery featuring San Francisco transplant Theo Bogart. Fleeing from a murder and family tragedy in her native England, where she was the scandal du jour for the tabloid press, Theo Bogart changed her name and built an undercover life in a close-knit San Francisco neighborhood. She didn’t expect to find love and friendship there, and now she doesn’t know how—or if—to reveal the truth. After a confrontation with a difficult neighbor, Theo fears her secrets are about to be uncovered after all. When the woman who threatened to expose her is murdered, Theo is embroiled in the kind of jeopardy she crossed an ocean to escape. Worse yet, dangerous family secrets have followed her. Theo’s grandfather unveils a glimpse of the shadowy world he once inhabited as an agent for the British Secret Service, bringing an even bigger breed of trouble—and another death—to Theo’s doorstep. She finds herself fighting to protect herself, her family, and her new friends, aware that one of them might be a murderer. Susan Cox has once again painted a delightfully quirky portrait of a colorful San Francisco neighborhood and a woman finding her way through exactly the kind of scandalous mystery she was trying to leave behind.
Secrets In A Bottle by Shelly West
Large Print EditionAbigail Lane is a petite spitfire and proud owner of a Great Dane twice her size. She's been struggling to make it in a crowded city when a call beckons her down to the cozy seaside town of Wallace Point. Now's her chance to meet a grandmother she never knew--if Grandma survives, that is! Grandma is in a coma after an apparent break-in at her antique store, leaving Abigail to run Whodunit Antiques in her absence. The locals are very protective of Grandma, their de facto town matriarch, making Abigail wonder... just who is this woman? When Grandma wakes up, a mystery unfolds, starting with a dead body, a broken ship in a bottle, and a historical maritime rivalry. Will Abigail uncover the centuries-old secret that put Grandma in the hospital? And will Abigail learn why her mother kept her away from Grandma for all these years? The Whodunit Antiques series is clean, quirky, and, most importantly, cozy! So settle into your favorite chair, preferably with a cup of hot cocoa in hand, and get ready to escape into a town whose residents are always up to mischief, and where pirates run amok.
A Witch Called Wanda by Diana Orgain
The magical first book in a brand new cozy witch mystery A beautiful Los Angeles songwriter is left heartbroken by her fiance... ...so she packs her bags for a fresh start in the country. But once there, she discovers that nothing is what it seems - not even herself. Maeve arrives in Wisteria Pines, a small town away from the Hollywood rat race. In a short time she makes new friends, is adopted by a lovable mutt, and finds the perfect locale to open a little music cafe. When she makes the owner an offer it seems she’s too late, and all she can do is close her eyes and wish. The next day Maeve learns the building could be hers - but only because her competition was killed overnight...and now the handsome local detective thinks she’s behind the murder. Can she clear her name and prove she’s innocent, or has she fallen into a carefully laid trap that will put her behind bars for good? Curl up with a cozy tale that keeps you guessing. Fans of Adele Abbott’s witch mysteries will love this whodunnit. Don’t hesitate - grab your copy of this magical adventure today! Click the BUY button now!