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Mystery sellers , items. Humor sellers 22, items. Gardening sellers 22, items. Business sellers 59, items. At the same time, Sergeant Davie Gray is investigating a balaclava-clad man who is attacking women on an abandoned railway, shocking the sleepy village of Banktoun. To catch the assailant, and to give Jo her long-awaited justice, Gray must unravel a tangled web of past secrets, broken friendship and tainted love. Can he crack the case before Jo finds herself with blood on her hands? Holliday grew up in East Lothian, Scotland. She works as a Pharmaceutical Statistician, and as a life-long bookworm has always dreamt of becoming a novelist.

She has several crime and horror short stories published in anthologies and was shortlisted for the inaugural CWA Margery Allingham Prize. After travelling the world, she has now settled in London with her husband.

She took some time to chat to The Big Thrill about her debut, the event that inspired this story, and a personal fact that may surprise you. By Selena Robins. Gerry Porter provides magical experiences for his granddaughter Maddie when a SuperKrafts manager takes them to New York City for a huge crafts fair. All this, plus Rockefeller Center and Radio City, too. The darkness.

Even the coziest mystery has an element of the darker side of life. I write light, but I read dark. Your book cover has a snow globe on it, which attracted me right away as I collect snow globes. I love snow globes, also. By Ian Walkley. He is the author of Catching Water in a Net , winner of the St.

He can think of no one to turn to for help—no one he can trust—except Jake Diamond. Jake Diamond is back after a ten-year hiatus and his reappearance was well worth the wait. Why the wait, and why bring him back? Before Jake Diamond popped up, I had been working on a novel set in Brooklyn.

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The attempt at writing a mystery novel was instigated by something I had stumbled across on the Internet, a contest sponsored by St. Catching Water in a Net won the contest and was published by St. Liz Talbot is one such detective.

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When a father hires PI Liz Talbot to find his heiress daughter, Liz suspects the most difficult part will be convincing the overbearing patriarch she left town. But behind the garden walls South of Broad, family secrets pop up like weeds in the azaleas. The neighbors recollect violent arguments between Kent and her parents. Eccentric twin uncles and a gaggle of cousins covet the family fortune.

But the closer she gets to what has become of Kent, the closer Liz dances to her own grave. The story starts in mid-winter. A fifteen-year-old junior high school student wanders away from her school bus for a few minutes. When the bus takes off, just a few minutes later, it leaves her behind and the girl is never seen again. The local police have told Irene that her daughter has just run off with some boy. A good choice for several reasons. She definitely experiences moments of fear, even terror.

For instance, she will ask a suspect a pointed question, even when she fears a violent reaction.

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In her second, No Stone Unturned , she helped out in another case in her adopted small town home. By Basil Sands. A first-person crime thriller that felt like Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, and Lawrence Block all rolled into one. After an early fling in the motion picture industry and a long and successful career in academia, Kidera retired in With his desire to play major league baseball no longer a realistic dream, he chose to fulfill his other lifelong ambition and became a writer. He is currently working on its sequel, Get Lost, with a third book to follow.

Robert lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with his wife and Otis the cat. He has two daughters, a grandson, and granddaughter. And giving himself a second chance at life and love. Wendy Tyson loves determined, gutsy women. Women who go after what they want. Tyson aspires to be that kind of woman every day. In the meantime, she writes about them. Allison Campbell, an image consultant on the wealthy Main Line of Philadelphia, is one such woman.

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A complex character, Campbell grew up in a small town, born to an abusive father and a loving, but chronically ill mother. After a tragedy with a client during graduate school, Campbell is forced to find a new calling—and a new identity. By Carolyn Hart.

A knock on my door. There stood Annie, a glint in her steady gray eyes, a determined tilt to her chin. Max was right behind her, his usual easy-going smile absent. No alligators basking on a bank? No more laughter?