New Releases For The Week Of July 1st, 2018–Part 3

Here is a list of some of the new releases for the week of July 1st, 2018.  I am going to divide the list into 3 days because there are so many of them this week. Today is the third and final day of my list for this week.  Hope you find some selections for your weekly reading. Enjoy and happy reading.



The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - The Improbable Prisoner by [Douglas, Stuart]A new novel from the author of acclaimed Sherlock Holmes patisches The Albino’s Treasure and The Counterfeit Detective.


Following a summons to a fictional patient, Dr. Watson finds himself arrested for the horrific murder of an elderly woman. Imprisoned at Holloway, and with the evidence stacked against him, Watson’s only hope is that Sherlock Holmes can discover the identity of the real killer. But when a mysterious letter appears to link Watson to blackmail and a notorious street gang, Holmes must use all his powers of reasoning to save his friend from the hangman’s noose.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Paperback















Dark Rhapsody (A Maggie O'Shea Mystery) by [Mario, Helaine]Perfect for fans of Sandra Brown and Iris Johannsen.

In 1945, an Austrian girl discovers a priceless Nazi treasure near a remote alpine lake and sets in motion a decades-old secret that will change lives for generations to come.

Many years later, classical pianist Maggie O’Shea is preparing her return to the world of music. Instead, a nightmare of a haunting rhapsody and hundreds of roses from a deranged stalker propel her into a world of terror. Forces drive her to revisit the mystery of her mother’s death, her father’s startling disappearance, and a terrible secret from World War II. Maggie finds herself on a collision course with a brutal, disfigured killer who threatens those she holds dear—an aging pianist with a long-buried secret, a haunted cellist, a charismatic Maestro, and the crusty retired colonel she has come to love.

Chord by chord, Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody becomes the heart of this story of profound loss, courage and love. Music tells our stories . . .  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Hardcover













A Berry Home Catastrophe: A Humorous Cozy Mystery (Kylie Berry Mysteries Book 5) by [Winters, A.R.]Welcome to The Berry Home: where the food is to-die-for!

Life is sweet for Kylie Berry: rebranding Sarah’s Eatery into her very own The Berry Home, tackling new recipes one step at a time, juggling two gorgeous suitors, and surviving near-death experiences by the skin of her teeth!

“Winters will have you giggling into your book!”

When another murder mystery lands smack dab on Kylie’s doorstep—in the most literal way—she swears off her sleuthing in favor of safer pursuits. But then her gorgeous suitor Brad comes calling with a highly unusual request: “I need you to investigate Hank’s murder.”

Brad’s sister, Samantha, is the prime suspect for the murder of her longtime boyfriend Hank Harrison. Out to prove her innocence at all costs, Brad entreats Kylie and her best friend Zoey to do the legwork that the Camden Falls police won’t…

But who wanted to see Hunky Hank dead? A fitness nut and purveyor of fine exercise equipment, Hank was well-liked within the tiny community—at first glance, anyway.

But what about the jealous glares from men envious of his physique? The heated glances from young women he trained with at the gym? Did his business partner stand to make a fortune from Hank’s death? And did Samantha actually have something to gain from her boyfriend’s demise…?

With tech genius Zoey and police offer Brad by her side, Kylie dives headfirst into the mystery of who killed Hank Harrison—and fingers crossed, she’ll make it back to the café before the dinner rush!

Praise for A.R. Winters:

“The perfect balance of being lighthearted, but still a serious page-turning mystery.” – Jaycie D, 

“A fun cozy mystery with engaging and entertaining characters” – lq,

“For fans of Janet Evanovich, Rhys Bowen and Jana DeLeon, this is a funny, clean mystery.” – Clara B,

A Berry Home Catastrophe is the fifth book in the Kylie Berry Mystery Series. Though it can be read as a standalone, it’s best read in series order.

This is a humorous cozy mystery featuring a strong female protagonist, some unusual friends and family, and a mystery that needs solving! It has no graphic gore, bad language or sex.
Genre: humorous culinary cozy mysteries, cat cozy mystery series, women amateur sleuths  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle











Cat Got Your Corpse: A Hazel Hart Cozy Mystery Six by [Lynn, Louise]Hazel Hart can’t stay out of trouble.

With Hazel’s dad back in Cedar Valley for the summer, they resume their camping trip tradition. Hazel wants nothing but a relaxing vacation with plenty of opportunities to photograph the local wildlife, but she stumbles across a dead big game hunter instead!

It looks like the work of a mountain lion, but Hazel isn’t so sure. Foul play is written all over it, and her vacation turns into a race against time to find the killer—especially since her father is a prime suspect for the crime.

Can Hazel clear her father’s name and find the murderer before it’s too late?

A feel-good, cozy mystery about a quirky photographer and her black cat solving mysteries in Cedar Valley, a small town in the Sierra Nevada mountains. This book does not contain any cliffhangers, gore, graphic scenes, or foul language. It can be read as a standalone or as part of a series.

Other books in the Hazel Hart Cozy Mystery Series include:

Purrfect Murder: A Hazel Hart Cozy Mystery One

Meowsical Murder: A Hazel Hart Cozy Mystery Two

Purrfect Alibi: A Hazel Hart Cozy Mystery Three

Murder Most Meow: A Hazel Hart Cozy Mystery Four

Purrfect Poison: A Hazel Hart Cozy Mystery Five  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle











Pandora's Boy (Flavia Albia Series) by [Davis, Lindsey]A suspicious death and subsequent murder send Flavia Albia down a twisted path to expose corruption and betrayal in Lindsey Davis’s next historical mystery.

First century Rome is not the quiet, orderly city that it pretends to be and in this environment, a very clever private informer can thrive. Flavia Albia, daughter of Marcus Didius Falco, is a chip off the old block. She’s taken over his father’s old profession, and, like him, she occasionally lets her love of a good puzzle get in the way of her common sense. Such is the case when one such puzzle is brought to her by the very hostile ex-wife of Albia’s new husband.

It seems that over on the Quirinal Hill, a naive young girl, one Clodia Volumnia, has died, and there’s a suggestion that she was poisoned by a love potion. The local witch, Pandora, would have been the one to supply such a potion. Looking into the matter, Albia soon learns that Pandora carries on a trade in herbal beauty products while keeping hidden her much more dangerous connections.

Albia soon discovers the young girl was a handful and her so-called friends were not as friendly as they should have been. The supposedly sweet air of the Quirinal hides the smells of loose morality, casual betrayal, and even gangland conflict. When a friend of her own is murdered, things become serious and Albia is determined to expose as much of this local sickness as she can—beginning with the truth about the death of little Clodia.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, hardcover, paperback, Audiobook













Same River Twice by [Poland, Janet]


When reclusive reporter Miren Lassiter inherits her scientist uncle’s riverside cottage, her carefully guarded world is upended. She discovers the body of a local historian hanging from antique gallows in a museum, and soon becomes a suspect in his murder. Mysterious intruders break into her home. When she catches one of them in the act, he is the last person on earth she expects to see.

As Miren struggles to get answers from scientists, history buffs, and nosy neighbors, she must face the reasons behind her fear of intimacy and commitment and reach out to others to identify a murderer…before she becomes the next victim. (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle
















Making Allowances.: A great racing thriller! by [De Luca, Charlie]Finn McCarthy is an ex jockey who has recently retired. He starts a job as a jockey coach, mentoring conditional jockeys in North Yorkshire. It is a role close to his heart as he knows only too well, how youngsters can be exploited by unscrupulous trainers. Finn is enthusiastic about his new role, but he begins to wonder what is happening when his conditionals are involved in a series of strange incidents.
A young jockey, Sam Foster, is beaten up shortly after winning a race. Finn thinks this is due to a disgruntled punter, but when another lad, Connor Moore, is involved in a hit and run and then Sam goes missing, he decides to investigate further.
He is assisted by Harriet Lucas, a woman that he meets at the races. Harriet is studying Nutrition and working at a racing charity. She helps Finn with Sam when he is beaten up and has important information about one of the men who attacked Sam.
They suspect that the missing jockey may be involved in drug dealing. The pair join forces to find Sam and when the champion jockey gets in touch, they realise that there is far more behind Sam’s disappearance than they realise. Sam is in grave danger and they find themselves in a race against time to find him before the enemy does.
Fast paced and surprising, this is a well plotted and enjoyable read from the author of ‘Rank Outsiders’, ‘The Gift Horse’ and ‘Twelve in the Sixth.’
Another winner from Charlie De Luca!  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle










The Full Moon's Slumber: A Cinnamon Mercy Claus Mystery by [Eden, Snow]Cinnamon Mercy Claus has been a witch for two years. At least that’s how long it’s been since her grandmother let her in on their little secret. She’s in the process of picking up her life and starting over, searching for something that means more to her than her mundane existence. Then a fairy drips down out of her bathroom faucet and tells her the moon’s gone all wonky and it’s up to Cinnamon to figure things out.

Since there’s nothing like a threat to the earth’s very existence to give your new life a kick into high gear, Cinnamon heads out across the country—with a talking dog and a woman who absolutely terrifies her—to figure out a mystery she doesn’t have a clue about.

To read about Cinnamon and her adventures at the North Pole, grab a copy of “The Witch of the North Pole.”  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle













An Artful Assassination (Flight Risk Cozy Mystery Book 6) by [Harper, Susan]A sweet southern family reunion – complete with a murder mystery

A cozy mystery from #1 Best Selling Author Susan Harper

Kendell and Pauline have traveled to Senoia, Georgia to spend some time with Pauline’s family. When a local artist turns up dead, Kendell and Pauline must team up with local super-sleuth, and granddaughter, Felicity Overton to solve the crime. Can they uncover the truth behind the murder or will it go down as an artistic and unsolvable murder?

An Artful Assassination is part of the Flight Risk Cozy Mystery series. If you like fast paced mysteries with interesting characters and unexpected twists, you’re going to love the Flight Risk Cozy Mystery series.

Get An Artful Assissination and start solving your next mystery today!

Always FREE on Kindle Unlimited  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle












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