Instead, she finds a murder mystery ripped from the headlines of Lenape Hollow? The opening scene is a graphic page-turner, but it sends a real chill down Mikki? Then there? As she gets closer to cracking the case, only one person takes Mikki? In Agatha-Award winning author Daryl Wood Gerber's delectable series debut, Mimi Rousseau serves up piping hot suspects to clear her name of murder. It's always been Mimi Rousseau's dream to open her own bistro, but it seems beyond her grasp since she's been chased back home to It's always been Mimi Rousseau's dream to open her own bistro, but it seems beyond her grasp since she's been chased back home to Nouvelle Vie in Napa Valley by her late husband's tremendous debt.
Until her best friend Jorianne James introduces her to entrepreneur Bryan Baker who invests in promising prospects. Now, working Bryan's bistro and inn until she's able to pay it off and call it her own, Mimi is throwing the inn's first wedding ever. The wedding will be the talk of the town, as famous talk show host Angelica Edmonton, daughter of Bryan's wealthy friend, Eddie, has chosen the inn as her perfect venue. Anxious, Mimi is sure things are going to turn south, especially when Eddie gets drunk and rowdy at the rehearsal dinner, but by the evening, things begin to look up again.
That is until six AM rolls around, and as Mimi arrives at the bistro to begin wedding preparations, Bryan is found dead with an eclair stuffed in his mouth. And the fingers point at Mimi, whose entire loan is forgiven in Bryan's will. Now it's up to Mimi to clear her name and get to the bottom of things before the killer turns up the heat again in A Deadly Eclair, the scrumptious series debut by Agatha Award-winning author Daryl Wood Gerber.
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Cherry enthusiast Whitney Bloom is furiously baking her way into the heart of Chicago with her fabulous cherry pies when she receives a desperate call from her mother. The annual Cherry Blossom Festival has just kicked off at the Cherry Orchard Inn in Wisconsin, and the manager of the Bloom family orchard has been found dead beneath the cherry blossoms. Worse yet, all evidence points to Whitney's father as the killer.
After racing home to help, things really land in the pits for Whitney when she discovers that Jack MacLaren, her old high school nemesis, is Cherry Cove's only police officer. Putting her cherry-tastic treats on hold, Whitney matches wits against Jack. But will she have what it takes to clear her father's name and sift out the real Cherry Cove killer? Sally Solari is busy juggling work at her family? Complicating this already hectic schedule, Sally joins her ex-boyfriend Eric?
But then, at the first rehearsal, a tenor falls to his death on the church courtyard--and his soprano girlfriend is sure it wasn? Now Sally's back on another murder case mixed in with a dash of revenge, a pinch of peril, and a suspicious stack of sheet music. And while tensions in the chorus heat up, so does the kitchen at Gauguin--set aflame right as Sally starts getting too close to the truth. Can Sally catch the killer before she? In a stew of suspects and restaurateurs, trouble boils over in the second in Leslie Karst?
When Sloan Krause walks in on her husband, Mac, screwing the barmaid, she gives him the boot. Sloan has spent her life in Leavenworth, Washington becoming an expert in brewing craft beer, and she doesn? She decides to strike out on her She decides to strike out on her own, breaking away from the Krause family brewery, and goes to work for Nitro, the hip new nano-brewery in the Bavarian-themed town. Pucker-Up IPA.? This place is the new cool place in town, and Mac can? But just as Sloan is settling in to her new gig, she finds one of Nitro? When Mac, is arrested, Sloan knows that her ex might be a cheater, but a murderer?
No way. Danger is brewing in Beervaria and suddenly Sloan is on the case. A librarian gets mixed up with murder, magic, and meows in the newest New York Times bestselling Magical Cat mystery.
A music festival is underway in Mayville Heights and the whole town is excited, including librarian Kathleen Paulson and her two magical cats. But then the trio stumbles across But then the trio stumbles across a dead body while they're out taking photographs down by the river. The victim is a close friend of the popular cabaret singer who was set to perform at festival. As accusations abound and suspicions swirl, Kathleen, Hercules and Owen will put their abilities--both mundane and magical--to the test, and lay down the paw!
No other festival compares to Oktoberfest in Leavenworth, Washington. But local brewmaster Sloan Krause is tapped out But local brewmaster Sloan Krause is tapped out. To complicate matters, dreamy movie star Mitchell Morgan and his production crew have arrived in the village to film during the authentic Bavarian brewfest. Sloan escapes his advances for good when she finds Mitchell slumped over the bar. Is this a case of one pint too many, or has Mitchell been murdered by microbrew? Maggie Crozat must pair up with unlikely ally and longtime family enemy to catch the killer before Christmas on the bayou is ruined.
Maggie Crozat is back home in bayou country during the most magical time of the year. In Pelican, Louisiana, Christmastime is a season of giant bonfires on the In Pelican, Louisiana, Christmastime is a season of giant bonfires on the levee, zydeco carols, and pots of gumbo. When he floods travel websites with vicious reviews, Maggie thinks she's identified him as rival businessman Donald Baxter.
That is, until he's found stabbed to death at Maggie's workplace. And Maggie and her loved ones become top suspects. The Crozats quickly establish alibis, but Maggie's boyfriend, Detective Bo Durand, remains under suspicion. With Bo sidelined during the investigation, Maggie finds herself forced to work with an unlikely ally: longtime family enemy Rufus Durand. Her sleuthing uncovers more suspects than drummers drumming, and lands her in the crosshairs of the murderer.
The sleigh bells are jingling, and the clock is ticking for Maggie and Rufus, who must catch the killer or it will be the opposite of a Joyeux Noel in A Cajun Christmas Killing, the recipe-stuffed third installment of USA Today bestselling author Ellen Byron's Cajun Country mysteries. For fans of Miranda James and Jenn McKinlay comes an enthralling series debut featuring a librarian who solves mysteries with the help of a ghost in the stacks.
New librarian Carrie Singleton stumbles across a terrifying age-old murder only for it to be followed up by a new murder in her very New librarian Carrie Singleton stumbles across a terrifying age-old murder only for it to be followed up by a new murder in her very library. Carrie Singleton is just about done with Clover Ridge, Connecticut until she's offered a job as the head of programs and events at the spooky local library, complete with its own librarian ghost.
Her first major event is a program presented by a retired homicide detective, Al Buckley, who claims he knows who murdered Laura Foster, a much-loved part-time library aide who was bludgeoned to death fifteen years earlier. As he invites members of the audience to share stories about Laura, he suddenly keels over and dies. The medical examiner reveals that poison is what did him in and Carrie feels responsible for having surged forward with the program despite pushback from her director. Driven by guilt, Carrie's determined to discover who murdered the detective, convinced it's the same man who killed Laura all those years ago.
Luckily for Carrie, she has a friendly, knowledgeable ghost by her side. But as she questions the shadows surrounding Laura's case, disturbing secrets come to light and with each step Carrie takes, she gets closer to ending up like Al. Now it's due or die for Carrie in Death Overdue the delightful first in a new cozy series by Allison Brook.
Southern charm meets the dark mystery of the bayou as a hundred-year flood, a malicious murder, and a most unusual Mardi Gras It's Mardi Gras season on the bayou, which means parades, pageantry, and gumbo galore. The citizens of Pelican are ready to Laissez les bon temps rouler--but there's beaucoup bad blood on hand this Mardi Gras.
Maggie Crozat is determined to give the stranger a name and find out why he was murdered. The post-flood recovery has delayed the opening of a controversial exhibit about the little-known Louisiana Orphan Train. And when a judge for the Miss Pelican Mardi Gras Gumbo Queen pageant is shot, Maggie's convinced the murder is connected to the body on the bayou.
Does someone covet the pageant queen crown enough to kill for it? Could the deaths be related to the Orphan Train, which delivered its last charges to Louisiana in ? The leads are thin on this Fat Tuesday--and until the killer is unmasked, no one in Pelican is safe. Holly Davis never imagined having a haunted bed and breakfast would be the secret to her success? For the sake of business, Holly? But after an outspoken debunker challenges the show? Surprisingly, the debunker suddenly becomes a believer? Now his inquiring mind wants to know?
When he asks for Holly? But this time it? Murder on Memory Lake by J. For Alberta Scaglione, her golden years are turning out much more differently than she expected? More surprising: she? Alberta, a widow, is no spring chicken and she? So having a beautiful view, surrounded by hydrangeas, honeysuckle, and her cat, Lola, sounds blissful after years of yelling and bickering and cooking countless lasagnas.
Alberta suspects foul play and when Alberta? And she's even happier when she can use her inherited abilities to infuse her perfumes with an extra special something that eases woes or solves problems for her And she's even happier when she can use her inherited abilities to infuse her perfumes with an extra special something that eases woes or solves problems for her customers. But she'll need those abilities and more when murder comes to town. Ellie and her women's business group, the Greenstockings, are helping to open a new museum about local history, and while sorting through the collection of artifacts they discover a time capsule from the days of the Gold Rush.
Among the contents is a strange botanical manuscript, recognized by local history professor Eureka Sanford as extremely rare and valuable.
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When the professor is found dead in the museum, Ellie has no choice but to sniff out the murderer Seven-million dollars' worth of missing gems bring Carrie Singleton's long-lost and larcenous dad back into her life and it's up to Carrie to Seven-million dollars' worth of missing gems bring Carrie Singleton's long-lost and larcenous dad back into her life and it's up to Carrie to clear his name. A devoted dad is as precious as diamonds, but Carrie Singleton wouldn't know since her dad Jim's been on the lam most of her life. In an unusual family reunion, she finds Jim breaking into her cottage in the middle of the night.
The fun really starts when he begs her to help him recover his half of a seven-million-dollar gem heist he pulled off with the local jeweler, Benton Parr. When she refuses, Jim takes off again. Carrie finds her father again behind bars for the recent murder of Benton Parr. Who made the connection? Unbeknownst to her, Carrie's boyfriend Dylan, an insurance investigator, has been searching for the gems.
Determined to find the jewels herself, she starts examining every facet of Parr's life. She turns up a treasure trove of suspects, one of whom bashes her on the head as she's searching the victim's country cabin. Retreating to the quiet confines of the library where she works, Carrie watches as Smokey Joe, the resident cat, paws at a hole in the wall. Is he after the library's ghost Evelyn, or something shinier?
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How the Finch Stole Christmas! Meg Langslow, Bk 22 by Donna Andrews. Shannon Hammer's younger sister Chloe left Lighthouse Cove after high school to make it big in Hollywood. And she did it! For several years now, Chloe has been the co-host of a popular home repair show on the Do-It-Yourself Network. Now, after ten years, Chloe returns to Lighthouse Cove with Now, after ten years, Chloe returns to Lighthouse Cove with her crew and co-host to film several shows featuring her sister Shannon, along with some special mini-segments on Victorian style and design.
But Shannon realizes quickly that things are not exactly blissful in TV land. Her sister's handsome co-host is being stalked by someone who turns out to be his estranged wife, Erica -- who also happens to be the executive producer of the show. Erica's got a knack for stirring up sticky situations and when she's found dead, Chloe and the entire crew are under suspicion.
Shannon soon discovers the real reason why Chloe was so eager to move away from Lighthouse Cove all those years ago. Can Shannon figure out if that ten-year-old secret is connected to Erica's death? And can she track down the real killer before her beloved sister becomes the next victim? An exploding Mardi Gras float has got to be the strangest murder weapon scrappy sleuth Carmela Bertrand has ever encountered in this latest Scrapbooking Mystery from the New York Times bestselling author.
Carmela's ex-husband Shamus rides by the duo on his float at the head of the parade, when suddenly the revelry turns to disaster. Shamus' float crashes and explodes, and although Shamus escapes unhurt, a member of his krewe is killed. Carmela and Ava plunge into an investigation of the krewe-member's death, but as they dig deeper it starts to look less like an accident and more like a murder As tour escort Emily Miceli leads her globetrotting band of Iowa seniors into the wilds of Alaska, she discovers that, in the land of the midnight sun, whales aren?
When a tour member turns up dead on a mountainous hiking trail, Emily blames herself for the When a tour member turns up dead on a mountainous hiking trail, Emily blames herself for the mishap? One of the seniors snaps a photo of what looks to be Bigfoot, raising many questions about what happened to the victim. But the illusive sasquatch is just a legend, isn?
Between whale-watching in the glacial waters near Seward and ziplining in the primal forests of Denali, Emily finds herself locked in a game of cat and mouse with a killer who? If only Darcy and I had eloped! What I thought would be a simple wedding has been transformed into a grand affair, thanks to the attendance of the queen, who has offered up the princesses as bridesmaids.
Silly me! I thought that withdrawing from the royal line of succession would simplify my I thought that withdrawing from the royal line of succession would simplify my life. But before Darcy and I tie the knot in front of queen and country, we have to find a place to live as man and wife House hunting turns out to be a pretty grim affair. Just as we start to lose hope, my globetrotting godfather offers us his fully staffed country estate. Mistress of Eynsleigh I shall be! With Darcy off in parts unknown, I head to Eynsleigh alone, only to have my hopes dashed.
The grounds are in disarray and the small staff is suspiciously incompetent. Not to mention the gas tap leak in my bedroom, which I can only imagine was an attempt on my life. Something rotten is afoot—and bringing the place up to snuff may put me six feet under before I even get a chance to walk down the aisle Brooklyn's future in-laws are traveling from England to meet her, and if that's not enough to set her on edge, rumors abound that the charming Courtyard Shops across the street may be replaced by high-rise apartments.
Their trendy neighborhood will be ruined unless Brooklyn and her Their trendy neighborhood will be ruined unless Brooklyn and her fiance, Derek Stone, can persuade the shopkeepers not to sell. Then the owner of the Rabbit Hole juice bar is felled by his own heavy shelves, and the local cobbler lies dead beside him. As the Brits descend, Brooklyn learns they're not so stuffy after all. But it's all in a day's work when you're thirty-fifth in line to the British Crown. When royal sleuth Georgie Rannoch receives a When royal sleuth Georgie Rannoch receives a letter from her dearest friend Belinda, who's in an Italian villa awaiting the birth of her illegitimate baby, she yearns to run to her side.
If only she could find a way to get there! But then opportunity presents itself in a most unexpected way--her cousin the queen asks her to attend a house party in the Italian Lake Country. The Prince of Wales and the dreadful Mrs. Simpson have been invited, and Her Majesty is anxious to thwart a possible secret wedding. What luck! A chance to see Belinda, even if it is under the guise of stopping unwanted nuptials. Only that's as far as Georgie's fortune takes her. She soon discovers that she attended finishing school with the hostess of the party--and the hatred they had for each other then has barely dimmed.
Plus, she needs to hide Belinda's delicate condition from the other guests. And her dashing beau, Darcy's naturally working undercover on a dangerous mission. Then her actress mother shows up, with a not-so-little task to perform. With all this subterfuge, it seems something is bound to go horribly wrong--and Georgie will no doubt be left to pick up the pieces when it does.
In this charming mystery from the bestselling author of Paws and Effect, two magical cats have powers of detection that prove indispensable to librarian Kathleen Paulson? But she will need to rely on them more than ever when a twenty-year-old scandal leads to murder? Everyone of a certain age remembers when Victor had an affair with Leo? The police set their sights on Leo?
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Addie left some painful memories After an unexpected inheritance from a great aunt, she's moved to a small New England town founded by her ancestors back in colonial times -- and living in spacious Greyborne Manor, on a hilltop overlooking the harbor. Best of all, her aunt also left her countless first editions and other treasures -- providing an inventory to start her own store.
But there's trouble from day one, and not just from the grumpy woman who runs the bakery next door. A car nearly runs Addie down. Then, Addie's friend Serena, who owns a nearby tea shop, is arrested -- for killing another local merchant. The police seem pretty sure they've got the story in hand, but Addie's not going to let them close the book on this case without a fight.
Charlie is stressed out. Since Charlie is the interim library director, he must deliver the welcome speech to all the visiting librarians. In his keynote, Gavin puts forth a most unpopular opinion: that degreed librarians will be obsolete in the academic libraries of the future. So when Gavin drops dead, no one seems too upset But Charlie, who was seen having a heated argument with Gavin the day before, has jumped to the top of the suspect list.
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Now Charlie and Diesel must check out every clue to refine their search for the real killer among them before the next book Charlie reads comes from a prison library Winery tour guide Taylor O? Brian must weed out a killer in this intoxicating series debut perfect for fans of Laura Childs and Ellen Crosby. Prospects are looking rosy for Taylor O? Brian, founder of? Off the Beaten Path? Wine Country Tours, who lives on a small winery with her Aunt Jemma and At first blush, things are running smoothly, until a tour member is found dead?
Taylor has no nose for detective work, but as she begins to follow a trail of bottled-up secrets, events take a sour new turn. Only two weeks after the murder, her assistant Amy marries Dan, the dead woman? And just as her investigation begins to take shape, Dan? Could Taylor be next on the list? Now it? Sarah Grayson owns Second Chance, a shop that sells lovingly refurbished items, in the charming town of North Harbor, Maine Sarah Grayson owns Second Chance, a shop that sells lovingly refurbished items, in the charming town of North Harbor, Maine.
But she couldn't run the store without the help of her right-hand man, Mac--or her dashing rescue cat, Elvis. Mac's life before North Harbor has always been a little bit mysterious, but it becomes a lot more intriguing when a woman from his past shows up in town, and then turns up dead. Suspicion falls on Mac, but Sarah -- and Elvis -- know he can't be the killer, and they hope they can prove his innocence quick as a whisker.
Book Votes: 0. A celebrity couple getting hitched on Valentine? Best of all, the whole thing will air on the reality TV show I Do. But the maid of honor has dropped out of the wedding party? A lot of people insist the show must go on, so Mallory? But if she doesn? Emily Westhill runs the best donut shop in Fallingbrook, Wisconsin, alongside her retired police chief father-in-law and her tabby Deputy Donut.
But after murder claims a favorite customer, Emily can't rely on a sidekick to solve the crime -- or stay alive. If Emily has learned anything But that's a tall order when one of her regulars, Georgia Treetor, goes missing. Georgia never skips morning cappuccinos with her knitting circle. Her pals fear the worst -- especially Lois, a close friend who recently moved to town. As evening creeps in, Emily and the ladies search for Georgia at home.
And they find her -- murdered among a scattering of stale donuts Though someone's alibi is full of holes, only a sprinkling of clues have been left behind. And if Emily can't trace them back to a killer in time, her donut shop will end up permanently closed for business Any wedding is a big deal in the small village of Kilbane—even more so when the Any wedding is a big deal in the small village of Kilbane—even more so when the bride is a famous fashion model. For as she gets closer to unveiling the truth, the murderer is planning a very chilly reception for her. Renee Patrick's Dangerous to Know beguilingly blends forgotten fact and fanciful fiction, while keeping Hollywood glamour front and center.
Los Angeles, Former aspiring actress Lillian Frost is adjusting to a new life of boldfaced names as social secretary to a movie-mad millionaire Former aspiring actress Lillian Frost is adjusting to a new life of boldfaced names as social secretary to a movie-mad millionaire. Costume designer Edith Head is running Paramount Pictures? The two friends again become partners thanks to an international scandal, a real-life incident in which the war clouds gathering over Europe cast a shadow on Hollywood.
Lillian attended the Manhattan dinner party at which well-heeled guests insulted Adolf Hitler within earshot of a maid with Nazi sympathies. Now, secrets the maid vengefully spilled have all New York society running for cover? Edith also seeks Lillian? Lillian reluctantly agrees to look for him. When Lillian finds him dead, Dietrich blames agents of the Reich.
As Lillian and Edith unravel intrigue extending from Paramount? How far would you go to protect your family? Her mother has moved back home and has taken a position working with the new Her mother has moved back home and has taken a position working with the new owners of the Crann Mor hotel just outside Skibbereen.
However, in County Cork, things are rarely as they seem. Worse, someone is willing to kill to keep them that way. Things are looking up until their landlord, Trowbridge Littleton, threatens to shut down the event. When Sydney drops by his art gallery to make peace, she finds Kat -- along with Littleton's dead body. Local homicide detective Will Worthington -- who just happens to be Sydney's old high school crush -- is highly suspicious of the sisters' involvement.
Desperate to clear their names from the suspect list, Sydney pounces on the investigation. With the help of one of the shelter cats, a savvy orange tabby named Toby, Sydney begins poking her nose into other local businesses whose owners may have benefited from Littleton's death -- until the killer notices she's pawing a little too closely at the truth.
Syd and Kat are all excited about the prospect of the shelter? Shelter admin Maggie Shayne vehemently refuses to have anything to do with the woman, but the fundraiser ensues as planned. That is, until Ulla turns up dead in the middle of the event. The cause of death is determined to be an allergic reaction, but Syd and Toby are sniffing out something fishy.
When Syd met Ulla, it was clear she was distasteful and rude. And right before the event, Syd spotted some behind-the-scenes drama between Ulla and her manager. As they begin to investigate, they realize there is no shortage of suspects, and Maggie is at the top of the list. Now Syd and Toby must claw their way to the truth before everything goes paws up at their animal shelter in Death by a Whisker by national bestselling author T.
Whoever said that dead men tell no tales has never met Cass Donnovan Cass has always relied on her abilities to guide her, but after communications with a ghost land her in the middle of a murder investigation, she has to wonder if her gifts are really more a curse. Cass knows she is Cass knows she is meant to help track down the killer -- much to the chagrin of local law enforcement -- when the apparition leads her to a dead body on the beach near her psychic shop, Mystical Musings. But the police are not the only ones who wish Cass would stick to reading palms.
Someone is trying to scare her off, and it will take all her powers of premonition to catch the killer before Cass herself becomes the next victim After an on-air gaffe goes viral and jeopardizes her career, journalist Desiree Turner retreats home to Verbena, California for some peace and quiet. But the action seems Yoga instructor Kate Davidson is ready to marry her boyfriend Michael, so she? But disappointment turns to dismay and outrage as she learns the real problem: Michael is already married and his green card-seeking wife is But disappointment turns to dismay and outrage as she learns the real problem: Michael is already married and his green card-seeking wife is blackmailing him.
Michael is strangely unable to remember where he was the night she died. Since Michael has no alibi, Kate steps up to uncover what happened. What she walks into is a tangled web of deceit, obsession, and immigration fraud. The show is coming to town on Cape Cod. Gemma Doyle is excited and participating with her friend Jayne Wilson, whose mother, Leslie, just happens to be volunteering with the company. Leslie arranges a fundraising tea party at the home of the festival organizer, catered by Mrs. The tea is a rousing success, but Sir Nigel Bellingham, the famous star cast as the lead of Sherlock, goes missing.
And Gemma finds him at the bottom of the cliff. But as Gemma and Jayne investigate, the list of suspects just grows longer. Long past his prime, Sir Nigel was second to a younger actor who had first been given the role. The festival? Then there are the slew of people to whom Sir Nigel was rude. They all have motive, but then a scrap of Leslie? And the police are set to pounce as she becomes suspect 1. Life just got a little sweeter in the island fishing village of Eastport, Maine.
But while Jake has moved on But while Jake has moved on from fixing up houses, she still can't resist the urge to snoop into the occasional murder. Jake and Ellie have been through a lot together, from home repair to homicide investigation. Having family home for the holiday only sweetens the deal for Jake -- until the ill wind of an early-season hurricane blows up her plans.
But as bitter as the storm is, something even more sinister is brewing in the kitchen of The Chocolate Moose -- where health inspector Matt Muldoon is found murdered. Ellie never made a secret of her distaste for Matt, who had been raining on their parade with bogus talk of health code violations. Nobody loves an honest man, or that was what police sergeant Hamish Macbeth tried to tell newcomer Paul English. Paul had moved to a house in Cnothan, a sour village on Hamish's beat. He attended church in Lochdubh. He told the minister, Mr. Wellington, that his sermons were boring.
He told He told tweedy Mrs. Wellington that she was too fat and in these days of increasing obesity it was her duty to show a good example. Angela Brody was told her detective stories were pap for the masses and it was time she wrote literature instead. He accused Hamish of having dyed his fiery red hair. He told Jessie Currie--who repeated all the last words of her twin sister--that she needed psychiatric help. Voices saying, "I could kill that man," could be heard from Lochdubh to Cnothan.
And someone did. Now Hamish is faced with a bewildering array of suspects. And he's lost the services of his clumsy policeman, Charlie, who has resigned from the force after Chief Inspector Blair berated Charlie one too many times, and the policeman threw Blair into the loch. Can Hamish find the killer on his own? The village of Kilbane in County Cork, Ireland, has a new garda--and her first case is a grave matter indeed. It's official! Of course, Kilbane is pretty quiet compared to a place like Dublin, where Macdara Flannery has gone to be a detective sergeant.
There's a dead man in the graveyard--aboveground. He lies shot on a blanket of freshly fallen snow, hand stretched out toward a nearby headstone. He's a stranger, but the priest has heard talk of an American tourist in town, searching for his Irish ancestor.
A detective sergeant is dispatched from Dublin to assist with the case, and as fate would have it, it's Macdara. After his parting, things are awkward between them, but they have to work together. They learn the victim was from Dublin--Dublin, Ohio, that is. And when his family members are located and told of his murder, the plot thickens. But as long-buried secrets are unearthed, she and Macdara will need to stay two steps ahead of the killer or end up with more than one foot in the grave.
Clinching is the technique used to bend a driven horseshoe nail to hold the shoe to a hoof. Rainy Dale is The Clincher, a twenty-something high school-dropout turned farrier horseshoer who is haunted by a secret she carries. Estranged from her California d-list actress momma and her ranch hand Estranged from her California d-list actress momma and her ranch hand Texas daddy, she tracked down her childhood horse in small-town Oregon--a land full of cowboys and their horses--then stayed to build a life with her tools, steel, and forge.
She's sleeping in a garage and trying not to fall for her landlord, the hapless and hopeful chef, Guy, who is determined to create the perfect souffle while Rainy would prefer to just stuff her mouth with fuel for her physically demanding job. As the new kid in town, Rainy has an uphill battle to prove herself, especially to her male clients, but when one of her clients turns up dead, Rainy is in over her head as both a suspect and a seeker of the truth.
The Clincher is the first in a series of horseshoer mysteries featuring the irrepressible, irreverent, and irresistible Rainy Dale and her loveable and unlikely side-kick her culinarily inclined boyfriend, Guy. Delaney Nichols, originally of Kansas but settling happily into her new life as a bookseller in Edinburgh, works at the Cracked Spine in the heart of town. Her boss, Edwin MacAlister, agrees to buy the multivolume set, perhaps even to keep for his own collection. Delaney takes it upon herself to help bring the murderer to justice. The Marmalade Murders by Elizabeth J.
When Lucy Berberian quits her Philadelphia law firm and heads home to Ocean Crest, she knows what she's getting-the scent of funnel cake, the sight of the wooden roller coaster, and the tastes of her family's Mediterranean restaurant. But murder wasn't on the menu. Things are slow in the off-season in this Jersey Shore town, but Lucy doesn't mind. Bridie is accompanied in her quest into a Victorian underworld of sinister doctors and peculiar showmen by the ghost of a handsome boxer and a dapper living detective.
Charming without being twee, this funny, warm book will bring you sunshine even if the summer is a washout. But is he guilty? Lizzie is a heroine with broad appeal — my year-old father loved this book as much as I did. After nine years — during which she wrote three brilliant genre-defying novels and won two Costa awards — Kate Atkinson has returned to crime fiction with Big Sky, the fifth in her much-loved series about the policeman turned private investigator.
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Packed full of beautiful photographs, this gorgeous book tells the stories of various projects on both sides of the Irish sea, and should inspire readers to get out and enjoy the natural world. Born into a privileged Polish Jewish family in Galicia, she became a successful actor before she and her director husband went to Hollywood in , where she became a screenwriter. With a cast that includes everyone from Franz Kafka he came to dinner when she lived in Prague to director Ernst Lubitsch, this recently reissued memoir is a witty, warm picture of a glittering vanished world.
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Ballesteros, Seve Spanish golf great Bampton, Rose Soprano who performed 18 seasons at the Metropolitan Opera Bankston, Caleb Former "Survivor" contestant Baraka, Amiri Activist poet-playwright Baran, Paul His work on data packaging was important step in Internet development Barbieri, Gato Grammy-winning Latin Jazz saxophonist Barbour, Ross Last original member of s harmonizing group the Four Freshmen Barfoot, Van Thomas Made headlines for his fight to fly U.
Barrett, George Tennessee civil rights attorney Barrett, Syd Troubled genius co-founded Pink Floyd Barry, Effi District of Columbia's stoic former first lady Barry, Marion Former Washington, D. Barry, Patricia Veteran soap opera actress Barrymore, Jessica Half-sister of Drew Barrymore Barrymore, John Drew The sometimes troubled heir to an acting dynasty Barton, Ray Creator of Minnesota Twins logo Bassiouni, Mohammed Former Egyptian ambassador to Israel Bata, Thomas J.
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Bates, Bill Alabama's turkey man Batiste, Lionel Treme Brass Band singer Batman, Daniel Former Olympic sprinter from Australia Batten, Frank Newspaper exec and Weather Channel founder built a communications empire Battle, Simone G. Baudrillard, Jean Social theorist known for his acerbic commentaries on consumerism and excess Bay, Frances Actress known to "Seinfeld" fans as the lady who fought over a loaf of bread Beara, Vladimir Former goalkeeping great Becher, Barry Infomercial pioneer best known for creating Ginsu Knives ads Beck, Hans German toymaker created the plastic Playmobil figures that gained worldwide popularity Beck, Rod Relief pitcher who wore a bushy mustache while earning career saves Becker, Walter Steely Dan Guitarist Beene, Geoffrey The award-winning designer whose simple, classic styles for men and women put him at the forefront of American fashion Begum, Shamshad Legendary Indian singer Belden, Bob Grammy-winning jazz musician and composer Belfour, Robert Mississippi-born blues musician from Memphis Belgrave, Marcus Famed Detroit jazz trumpeter Beliveau, Jean Legendary captain of Montreal Canadiens Bell, Daniel Leading sociologist who wrote groundbreaking books Bell, Glen W.
Founder of the Taco Bell fast-food chain Bell, Wally MLB umpire Bellamy, Walt Hall of Fame center Belli, Remo Founded the legendary drum manufacturer Remo Inc. Bellson, Louie Big band and jazz drummer whose career spanned six decades Belov, Vasily Russian writer Benaud, Richie Benchley, Peter Whose novel "Jaws" made millions think twice about stepping into the water Bender, Frank Artist whose forensic sculptures helped capture criminals and identify victims Bendjedid, Chadli Former president of Algeria Bendjelloul, Malik 'Searching for Sugar Man' director Benenson, Peter Who founded Amnesty International more than four decades ago Bennett, Bob Republican from Utah served 18 years in U.
Bennett, Brooke Missing Vermont girl found dead Bennett, Estelle Member of The Ronettes Bennett, Richard Rodney British composer, pianist and arranger Bennett, Robert Served 18 years as a U. Bennett Jr. Bentsen, Lloyd Texan served in Congress for 28 years and as President Clinton's first treasury secretary Berenstain, Stan Who with his wife created the popular children's books about a loving furry family called the Berenstain Bears Bergen, Polly Actress starred in 'Cape Fear' Berger, Sandy Former U.
Bergesch, Bill Former Cincinnati Reds general manager Bergman, Ingmar Iconoclastic filmmaker widely regarded as one of the great masters of modern cinema Bergonzi, Carlo Italian tenor Berle, Milton The acerbic, cigar-smoking vaudevillian who eagerly embraced a new medium Bernstein, Harry Published his first book at age Berra, Carmen Wife of Yogi Berra Berrigan, Daniel Jesuit priest helped shape the course of the s anti-war movement Best, George One of the most dazzling players in soccer history Betbeze Fox, Yolande Miss America helped change beauty pageants Bey, Turhan Actor whose exotic good looks earned him the nickname of "Turkish Delight" Biggers, William Watts Co-creator of the cartoon "Underdog" Biggins, Robert J.
Biggs, Barton Former Morgan Stanley strategist warned of dot-com crash Bikel, Theodore Actor and singer known for "Fiddler on the Roof" Bilk, Acker Legendary jazz clarinetist Binchy, Maeve Beloved Irish novelist Bisher, Furman Famed Georgia sportswriter Bishop, Joey Comedian was the Rat Pack's last surviving member Bivins, Jimmy Hall of Fame boxer Black, Cilla Legendary TV presenter and singing star Black, Karen Actress appeared in more than movies Black, Linda C. Astrologer whose forecasts were read in newspapers across the world Blackwell, Unita Civil rights activist was advisor to seven presidents Blah, Moses Served as Liberia's president for two months Blair, Janet Vivacious actress appeared in several s musicals and comedies, then turned to television Blair II, W.
Bland, Bobby "Blue" Distinguished singer known as the "the Sinatra of the blues" Blank, Les Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Blankley, Tony Conservative author and commentator Blatnick, Jeff Olympic gold medal wrestler Blazonczyk, Eddie Grammy Award-winning polka great Blegvad, Erik Children's book artist Bleuel, Amy Advocate founded the suicide prevention initiative Project Semicolon Bley, Paul Canadian-born U. Bloomingdale, Betsy Fashion icon was known for her philanthropy Blosil, Michael year-old son of entertainer Marie Osmond Blount, Lisa Actor and Academy Award winning filmmaker Blue, Forrest Four-time Pro Bowl center Blumberg, Baruch S.
Shared the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the hepatitis B virus Blunk, Jonathan T. Bobek, Stjepan Yugoslav football legend Boerwinkle, Tom Former Chicago Bulls center Boggs, Grace Lee Longtime labor, civil rights activist Boggs, Lindy Former Louisiana Congresswoman Boggs, Thomas Hale Powerful Washington lobbyist and son of congressional royalty Bogle, Bob Lead guitarist and co-founder of the rock band The Ventures Boik, Alexander J. Bombing Victims, Brussels, Belgium, At least 23 people are dead after three explosions Bombing Victims, Kabul At least 28 killed in Afghanistan explosion Bond, Julian Lifelong civil rights activist Bond, Michael English children's author created the beloved Paddington Bear Bonds, Bobby One of the first major leaguers to blend home-run power with base-stealing speed Bonds, Judy Environmental activist was a vocal critic of mountaintop removal coal mining Boogaard, Derek One of hockey's most-feared enforcers One of the first black military aviators known as the Tuskegee Airmen Boone, Eunetta Showrunner who created "One on One" Booth, Adrian Film actress also threw pies with the Three Stooges Boothe, Powers Emmy-winning actor excelled in villain roles Borbon, Pedro Baseball player pitched 10 years for the Cincinnati Reds Borgnine, Ernest Screen star won the best-actor Oscar in Borislow, Dan The inventor of magicJack Bork, Robert H.
Famously unsuccessful Supreme Court nominee Boros, Steve Played a key role in one of baseball's most thrilling World Series moments Bose, Amar Founder and chairman of audio technology company Bose Corp Boston, Bernie Newspaper photographer best known for his iconic s picture of a Vietnam War protester Bottoms, Sam Actor had a small but memorable role in the s classic "Apocalypse Now" Bouchard, Emile Longtime Montreal Canadiens captain Boulez, Pierre World-renowned French classical music conductor Bowen, Otis R. Former Indiana Governor and U. Health and Human Services Secretary Bowie, David Legendary British singer and boundary-breaking musician Boyd, Gerald M.
The first black managing editor of The New York Times Boyle, Patricia Former federal judge Boynton Robinson, Amelia U. Brady, James Former White House press secretary Brady, Sarah Kemp Gun control activist Braithwaite, E. Author penned novel "To Sir, With Love" that became a movie Brancheau, Dawn SeaWorld trainer killed by a whale Brandt, Dr.
Fredric Pioneering dermatologist, author and early proponent of Botox Brandt, Margit Fashion icon led international breakthroughs for Danish designs Branton, Leo Lawyer helped radical Angela Davis win sensational murder case Brashear, Carl M. First black U. Navy diver, portrayed in the film ''Men of Honor" Brasse, Wilhelm Auschwitz prisoner and photographer Brazda, Rudolf Last surviving person interned by Nazis because of his homosexuality Brazelton, Dr. Brecker, Michael Versatile and influential tenor saxophonist won 11 Grammys Breed, MC Michigan rapper burst onto the national scene in Breen, Bobby Former child star best known in the s Breitbart, Andrew Conservative media publisher and activist Brennan, Eileen Actress starred in "Private Benjamin" Brenner, David Comedian, actor, author Briban, Roxana Romanian opera singer Bridges, Dorothy Matriarch of the acting family that includes sons Jeff and Beau Brillstein, Bernie Veteran Hollywood manager, producer and power broker Brinker, Norman Restaurant mogul who built casual dining empire Brinkman, Eddie Record-setting shortstop had a year career in the majors and coached the White Sox Brock, Mona Lee Counseled farmers in crisis Broder, David Pulitzer Prize-winning political reporter and columnist Brodeur, Denis Father of star goalie Martin Brodeur Broner, E.
Pioneering Jewish feminist writer Bronfman, Edgar M. Businessman, Jewish advocate Bronson, Charles Grim-faced tough guy made his mark with action films like the "Death Wish" series Brooks, Cedric Influential roots reggae musician Brooks, Herb Former Olympic hockey coach led U. Brooks, Martin Actor who played Dr. Brothers, Jim Kansas sculptor, whose works are at historical monuments around the country Brothers, Joyce Pop psychologist pioneered the television advice show Brotman, Jeff Costco chairman co-founded the warehouse retailer Browder, Kalief Teen who was jailed 3 years without trial, then freed Brown, Bonnie Member of country music vocal group the Browns Brown, Chris All-Star third baseman played six seasons in the majors in the s Brown, Chuck Musician widely acclaimed as the "Godfather of go-go" Brown, Cynthia Human Rights Watch activist Brown, Eric British pilot who flew more types of airplanes than anyone else in history Brown, Errol Hot Chocolate singer Brown, Gates Former Tigers outfielder Brown, Helen Gurley Legendary editor of Cosmopolitan magazine Brown, James The dynamic, pompadoured "Godfather of Soul" Brown, Joe L.
General manager helped Pittsburgh Pirates win 2 World Series titles Brown, Linda Student in the landmark Brown v. Board of Education U. Brown, Marcia Award-winning children's book illustrator Brown, Michael Teenager was fatally shot by a police officer Brown, Nappy Blues singer climbed the Billboard charts with his gospel-influenced style Brown, Ruth Whose recordings shot her to rhythm-and-blues stardom in the s Brown, Vivian Famous San Francisco twin Naval Academy Brown, Wesley Oldest sitting U.
Browne, Joy Nationally syndicated call-in talk show host Browne, Malcolm Photograper of Vietnamese burning monk Browne, Sylvia Popular psychic and author Browning, James The nation's longest-serving federal appellate judge Brunetti, Argentina A character actress who played the worried wife of Mr. Martini in the classic film "It's a Wonderful Life" Buchwald, Art Pulitzer Prize winning columnist chronicled the life and times of Washington Buck, Leslie Created the cardboard cup that became a pop-culture emblem of New York WWI veteran Buckley, William F.
Erudite Ivy Leaguer and conservative commentator Buffone, Doug Former Chicago Bears linebacker Building Explosion Victims, Harlem At least seven have died in a gas explosion Bumpers, Dale Former U. Bunch, Jon Co-founder and lead singer for the emo band Sense Field Burden, Chris Noted performance artist and sculptor Burke, James E.
Burns, Conrad Former Republican U. Burns, Marilyn "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" actress Burri, Rene Prominent Swiss photographer Burton, Roderick Up-and-coming rapper known as "Dolla" Burton, Tony Actor played the trainer in six "Rocky" films Bush, Prescott S. Brother to one U. Bush, William H. Buster, Prince Legendary pioneer of ska music Butcher, Susan Four-time Iditarod champion dominated the 1,mile sled dog race in the late s Butler, Robert Pulitzer Prize-winning expert on aging who coined the phrase "ageism" Bygraves, Max Veteran British entertainer known for his old-fashioned charm Byrd, Donald Leading hard-bop trumpeter of the s Byrd, Harry F.
Former senator from Virginia Byrd, Robert The longest-serving senator in history Byrne, Jane Chicago's first and only female mayor Cady, Frank Played the general-store owner on "Green Acres" Caesar, Sid Comic genius of s television Cahir, Bill Former journalist who joined the Marines after September 11th Calero, Adolfo Former Nicaragua Contra leader Calero, Miguel Played with Mexican soccer club Pachuca Callahan, James "Jim" Former Kentucky state representative Calley, John Ran three Hollywood studios Camerino, Giuliana Coen Designer credited with making handbags a fashion item Camp, Rick Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Campbell, Bill Philadelphia radio and TV sports announcer Campbell, Carroll Politically savvy former governor who helped make the Republican Party a powerful force in South Carolina Campbell, Delois Legendary gospel singer Campbell, Glen "Rhinestone Cowboy" country singer Campbell, Will D.
Civil rights leader and renegade preacher Camping, Harold Doomsday minister and Christian evangelist Campos, Adriana Popular telenovela actress Camuto, Vince Legendary women's footwear designer Cannell, Stephen J. Cantu, Sandra 8-year-old girl had been missing for several days Capa, Cornell Pioneering photojournalist used his camera to illuminate social and humanitarian causes Caray, Skip Voice of the Atlanta Braves and part of a family line of baseball broadcasters Carey, Harry Character actor whose career spanned over 50 years Carey, Hugh Former New York governor Carey, William Polk Entrepreneur who donated millions to education Carlile, Kaiser Batboy struck in head by practice swing Carlin, George Dean of counterculture comedians was known for his biting insights on life Carmen, Jeanne s pinup and B-movie actress hobnobbed with Frank Sinatra and other stars Caro, Anthony British sculptor of large, abstract steel creations Caroline, J.
Louis Blues Carpenter, Scott 2nd US astronaut in orbit Carr, Charles Drove country music legend Hank Williams on his last trip Carr, Johnnie Prominent civil rights activist over the past half century Carr, Sam Mississippi Delta musician was one of the best blues drummers in the country Carrell, Mike Washington state senator Carrillo Fernandez, Simon Adrian Carrington, Leonora Painter, writer and sculptor considered one of the last of the original surrealists Carson, Joanne Ex-wife of former 'Tonight Show' host Carson, Julia Seven-term Indianapolis Representative Carter, Beverly Realtor who disappeared last week Carter, Don Bowling great during the golden age of the game Carter, Elliott Pulitzer Prize winning classical composer Carter, Gary Hall of Fame major league baseball player Carter, Jack Comedian and actor Carter, Janette The last surviving child of country music's founding Carter Family Carter, Nell Who played the stout, sassy housekeeper on the s sitcom "Gimme a Break!
Carter, Robert Lawyer who worked on Brown v. Artist's illustrations graced "The Shadow" and other sci-fi and mystery publications Carvalho, Beth Brazilian "godmother of samba" Casale, Bob Founding guitarist for Devo Casares, Rick Star running back for the Chicago Bears Cash, June Carter Grammy-winning scion of one of country music's pioneering families and wife of Johnny Cash Cashen, Frank Former Mets general manager Cassady, Carolyn Writer and friend of Jack Kerouac Cassese, Antonio Renowned international law expert prosecuted war crimes Castillo, Kendrick Hero ran towards gunman in Colorado school shooting saving lives Castor, Jimmy Funk and soul saxophonist, singer and songwriter Cathey, Reg E.
Truett Chick-fil-A founder Catlett, Elizabeth Sculptor and printmaker Catlin, Kelly U. Cavanaugh, Christine Prolific voice actress Cecil, Henry One of British horse racing's greatest trainers Cellucci, Argeo Paul Former Massachusetts governor Chabrol, Claude French filmmaker was one of the founders of the New Wave movement Chacon, Bobby Former two-time world boxing champion Challis, John Teen inspired professional sports players with his positive attitude about having cancer Chance, Britton Biophysicist was also an Olympic gold medalist sailor Chance, Dean Cy Young-winning pitcher who palled around with Sinatra Chandnois, Lynn s special teams star for the Pittsburgh Steelers Chapin, Billy Actor was popular as a child in the s Chapot, Frank Equestrian won two silver medals in six Olympics Charles, Ray The Grammy-winning crooner who blended gospel and blues Chartoff, Robert "Rocky," "Raging Bull" movie producer Chase, Leah New Orleans chef perfected Creole cuisine Chaykin, Maury Canadian actor whose career spans 35 years and two countries Chedid, Andree Egyptian-born French poet and writer Chepe, Oscar Espinosa Cuban dissident economist Chereau, Patrice Celebrated French actor and director Chernomyrdin, Viktor Served as Russia's prime minister in the turbulent s Chess, Phil Music exec co-founded the legendary Chess Records label Chestnut, J.
First black lawyer in Selma, Alabama, was prominent in civil rights cases Child, Julia Whose warbling, encouraging voice and able hands brought the intricacies of French cuisine Chiluba, Frederick Zambia's first democratically elected president Chisholm, Shirley An advocate for minority rights who became the first black woman elected to Congress Chopra, Yash Bollywood movie mogul Christensen, Todd Professional football player and sportscaster