Mystery

Fiction
Ann Ronald

A Man in Uniform

The back cover describes Kate Taylor’s A Man in Uniform as a “book deeply engaging for readers of mysteries as well as upmarket historical fiction.”

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A NOVEL BOOKSTORE
Fiction
Ann Ronald

A Novel Bookstore

For anyone who loves good books, A Novel Bookstore by Laurence Cossé is a must-read mystery. Two French bibliophiles establish a book store based on

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Toulouse 4 Death

It should be easy to return a twice-stolen masterpiece – stolen once from a Jewish family by the Nazis and a second time from the

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The Herring in the Library
Mystery
Sunny Solomon

The Herring in the Library

May the suggestion to read L. C. Tyler’s The Herring in The Library be the jolliest gift you receive this holiday. Tired of trimming the

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Point of Honour

For those readers who love historical fiction and especially stories from Regency England, look no further. Madeleine E. Robins has written in Point of Honour

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Tahoe Hijack

Now I’m hooked. One mystery is never enough, literary or noir, look-out-here-comes-a-bullet or the forensics of a TV crime show, this is fun, entertaining reading.

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A Death In Summer
Mystery
Sunny Solomon

A Death In Summer

For those of us who tend to read lighter at this time of year, summer can only mean  a plethora of mystery books is at hand.

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Mystery
Sunny Solomon

Kismet

If it ever stops raining and snowing up here in the Sierra, Jakob Arjouni’s terrific crime novel, Kismet, will be right near the top of

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Devil’s Company

I can’t imagine why it’s taken me so long to climb on the David Liss bandwagon, but whatever the reason, I’m glad I did. For

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Cold Wind

There are so many reasons to recommend C. J. Box and his Joe Pickett novels it’s hard to know where to begin. Let’s start with

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