Who’s Sorry Now by Maggie Robinson

London 1925, young bored socialites spend frenzied nights in clubs drinking and dancing…and dying. With a poisoner on the loose Lady Adelaide, with the help of her dearly departed husband Rupert, is determined to assist Scotland Yard when the murderer hits too close to home. Imagine Noel Coward and Agatha Christie collaborated on a mystery…think …

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Death in a Desert Land by Andrew Wilson

In the ancient city of Ur, Agatha Christie investigates the suspicious death of a prominent archeologist. When a visitor to the site is murdered, Agatha finds herself trying to unravel past secrets in an effort to find the culprit, and protect the innocent. This is a book that keeps you enthralled from beginning to end. …

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Discovering my need to read…

Do you remember the day you first got hooked on books and reading? I do. There is not a week that goes by that I don't think back to that day. One Saturday in 1968 my Dad took me to the library on Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps Air Station (where he was stationed at the …

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The Vavasour Macbeth by Bart Casey

A cache of Elizabethan documents is found in a tomb, why they are there and what they mean is a mystery. The quest to determine their origins and context takes on new importance when the vicar who found them is murdered. A 16th-century mystery combines with a 20th-century mystery in a wonderful story the merges …

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