From the authors of Cozy Mystery Magazine - a collection of cozy Christmas-themed travel mysteries and scrumptious holiday recipes for our mystery fans. A short and sweet treat.
Shelby Hart and her quirky family members and friends are at it again! This time, no one in Shady Acres is what he seems. The seamy side of the community is revealed when a seemingly good girl's dirty lifestyle is revealed and someone kills her for her secrets. Wanting justice for a woman no one deems worthy of spending too much time investigating her death, Shelby takes matters into her own hands.
Jocelyn Nielson is on the run from a man involved in selling children. When a man shows up on her doorstep, claiming to be her knight in shining armor, she's reluctant to trust him. After all, memories are returning, and they are exposing things best left buried in the past.
"excellent christian book"
When Marsha Calloway's daughter is accused of a crime she didn't commit, Marsha is determined to find the real culprit. She enlists the help of her Cadillac-driving mama, the man who ditched Marsha at her high-school graduation but kept her heart, and a bumbling police officer. Folks around River Valley are having things disappear while they are sleeping with their eyes open. Seems everyone has a dream and not enough funds. Someone is determined to kill for that dream.
"Mars Bar, M & Ms, & Lots of Cookies"
Ditched at the altar, Shelby Jenkins tosses down her bouquet, quits her job, and accepts a position as gardener and event coordinator at an upscale retirement community. Her first day on the job results with a dead body in the greenhouse under the orchids and with her as the prime suspect! Toss in a handsome handyman, quirky characters, and a flirtatious grandma and the fun never stops.
Stormi Nelson, best-selling romance author, moved into her huge Victorian house in the private community of Oak Meadows Estates. When her agent tells her that her characters are becoming too cardboard and that she needs to get out and mingle with people, she comes up with the idea of a neighborhood watch program. The only problem is...she's the only member.
The Civil War took everything from Ruth Stallings except for her grandmother and sisters. Now without a home or funds, they take the White River as far as it will go and end up in Painted Bluff, Arkansas, a town populated mostly by men out looking for a wife. Sheriff John Powell wants nothing to do with the pretty women or the trouble they bring, especially when a gang of marauders show up looking for Ruth. Can Ruth and John overcome their differences and find love?
Charity O'Connell receives a minimum of five marriage proposals a day from dirty miners and old men. When her pa drowned after being pinned in the creek by a fallen tree, Charity took up laundering to make ends meet. Especially after her gambling father lost every cent he ever made. Then, she receives a marriage proposal from handsome Gabriel Williams after Charity saves his daughter from being trampled, and Charity believes he's the answer to her prayer.
"Christian Historical Fiction.."
Phoebe Lillie grows worried when her PA doesn't return after what she thought was a routine hunting trip. Then, the new handsome school teacher arrives in Pine Ridge and starts wanting to make changes with his city ways. She resents his attentions, wanting only to find her PA. When her and the teacher stumble across an illegal whiskey still, they are thrust into a feud that threatens to tear them and the Ozark mountain hollow apart. Then Phoebe is subjected to a horrible attack. Revenge fills her soul.
"wonderful chrisrian book"
Widowed and broke, Rachel Kent collects her two children, packs up their belongings, and heads across the Ozarks to stay with her parents. They stop for the night at a newly opened campground then take a short hike. The three return to find the other occupants of the campground murdered. They flee the campsite and stumble upon a ranger's cabin, where they enlist the help of handsome, former-Army Ranger Wesley Ward, who informs them a survivalist group laid claim to the mountain.
"great christian book"
Elderly women are dying in River Valley...after their names appear in the obituaries. When the latest woman comes to Marsha Steele for help finding the killer before she becomes the next victim, Marsha is thrust into another mystery that could very well be her last.
"More Murders in Marsha's Meandering Municipality"
After a painful breakup, Molly Nicholson accepts a job as a cruise ship photographer. As she is taking photos of passengers arriving to board the ship, she accidentally snaps a picture of a murder. Her dream job turns into a nightmare as she tries to stay alive amidst the beauty of Hawaii. A handsome detective on medical leave volunteers to be her bodyguard until the killer is caught. Can their blooming romance survive murder on the high seas?
Marilu wakes one morning to the realization that the man next to her is not her husband. That awareness is the beginning to 10 years of memories returning. One of which leads her to believe she is a paid assassin. As she struggles with the realization of who she is and what she was, she begins a search for her daughter. Things are complicated when she runs into Brad Morrison, the undercover agent who is the brother to the man Marilu had been hired to kill.
Tabitha McClelland knows accepting a job as a Harvey House waitress can be risky. Traveling alone to the rough-and-tumble West just isn't done by young ladies of good breeding. But far more dangerous is her powerful attraction to Adam Foster. Family means everything to the widowed chef, but the self-sufficient Tabitha cherishes her freedom above all else.
"The Story Was Really Slow But Saved By Narration"
Lacey Baxter knows her uncle killed her aunt and she is out to prove it! When she flees her home, she almost runs over and kills DEA agent John Canyon, who is out to get justice for his brother's death, while raising his orphaned niece. When they discover they're after the same group of men, the two band together against overwhelming odds to bring down a corrupt man set on ruling their small town.
Wilhemina Jackson, widowed mother of two, answers an advertisement in the newspaper for a sheriff in Wild Horse Pass, Montana. She uses the name Willie Jack in order to disguise her identity as a woman and soon receives a telegram saying she's hired for the job. Along with her children, mother, and a giant of a dog, she loads up the wagon and makes the long ride from Kansas.
"wonderful christian book"
After the death of his wife two years before, Dr. Jesse Baxter wants only what is best for his son, whose behavior changed for the worst after his mother's long illness. He had high hopes that school would give his son something to focus on other than death. It seems not to be the case. His son is fascinated with anything to do with death, often stopping to examine dead animals on the side of the road. Jesse is at his wit's end and asks the lovely schoolteacher for help.
After Stormi Nelson's first mystery hits the New York Times best-selling list, Stormi begins receiving threatening emails and is stalked by a clichéd person in a trench coat and hat. Her stalker's requests are straightforward: finish writing her next book quickly, or face the consequences. When nothing Stormi does satisfies this unknown stalker, she and her best friend concoct a plan guaranteed to draw the stalker out of the shadows.
Annie Rollins longs for adventure. But her strict mother keeps her close to home, working as a Harvey Girl waitress. Dallas Baker shows up in town and takes the job Annie really wants - leading tours through the Grand Canyon. Annie's frustrated but finds it impossible to ignore the handsome outdoorsman.
Rose Willingham, oldest sister of four, is level-headed and strong. When her uncle dies, leaving a ranch in Arizona to her and her sisters, she has full confidence they can make the ranch into something to be proud of. What she didn't count on was a snake named Logan Pritchard or a handsome neighbor named Zeke McCammon to both have their eyes on Rose and her land.
"Four Fiesty Western Women"