New Releases For The Week Of March 17th, 2019–Part 2

Here is a list of some of the new releases for the week of March 17th, 2019. I am going to divide the list into 4 days because there are so many of them for this week. Today is the second day of my list for this week. Hope you find some selections for your weekly reading. Enjoy and happy reading.

 

 

For fans of C.J. Box’s Joe Pickett series, a fabulous historical mystery series set in early America. 

“Deeply imagined and intricately plotted, A Stranger Here Below marries richly textured historical fiction with the urgency of a mystery novel. Fergus knows certain things, deep in the bone: horses, hunting, the folkways of rural places, and he weaves this wisdom into a stirring tale.” – Geraldine Brooks, author of March and People of the Book

Set in 1835 in the Pennsylvania town of Adamant, Fergus’s first novel in a new mystery series introduces Sheriff Gideon Stoltz, who, as a young deputy, is thrust into his position by the death of the previous sheriff. Gideon faces his first real challenge as death rocks the small town again when the respected judge Hiram Biddle commits suicide. No one is more distraught than Gideon, whom the old judge had befriended as a mentor and hunting partner. Gideon is regarded with suspicion as an outsider: he’s new to town, and Pennsylvania Dutch in the back-country Scotch-Irish settlement. And he found the judge’s body.

Making things even tougher is the way the judge’s death stirs up vivid memories of Gideon’s mother’s murder, the trauma that drove him west from his home in the settled Dutch country of eastern Pennsylvania. He had also discovered her body.

At first Gideon simply wants to learn why Judge Biddle killed himself. But as he finds out more about the judge’s past, he realizes that his friend’s suicide was spurred by much more than the man’s despair. Gideon’s quest soon becomes more complex as it takes him down a dangerous path into the past.

A Stranger Here Below is so atmospheric, so compelling and convincing, that readers will taste the grit of the dirt roads, cringe at the unsanitary conditions and medical superstitions that inflame a flu epidemic, and marvel at the immensely arduous task of carrying out an investigation using the primitive tools of the early 1800s. Fergus leaves us breathlessly waiting for the next Gideon Stoltz mystery.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Hardcover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Guts, No Fury (Federal Bureau of Magic Cozy Mystery Book 3) by [Chase, Annabel]Welcome to Chipping Cheddar, where supernaturals are hidden in plain sight

I’m less than thrilled when the Federal Bureau of Magic sends a training instructor to make sure my skills are up to snuff. Agent Quinn Redmond is an uptight fae with a rigid approach to rules and regulations that even a do-gooder like me finds stifling. When an eerie fog settles over the town, residents begin acting out in response, resulting in overtime hours for Chief Fox and local law enforcement. Things take a deadly turn when one of the residents ends up dead and I worry his death is only the beginning.

Will I manage to shine a light on the situation or is the whole town destined to remain in a fog?

No Guts, No Fury (Federal Bureau of Magic Cozy Mystery, Book 3) is a full-length humorous paranormal cozy mystery.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Body in Bloomsbury (A Sleuthing Starlet Mystery Book 3) by [Blythe, Bianca]
Murder in London…
Cora Clarke is excited to move into her new flat in Bloomsbury with her pet bichon Archibald. Unfortunately, when she enters her bedroom, a man is already there.
And he’s dead.
Someone in Cora’s building is a murderer. Can she discover who it is before she winds up being the next victim?  (Amazon)
Editions Available:  Kindle

A Deadly Deed in Faerywood Falls (Mountain Magic Mysteries Book 5) by [Baker, Blythe]

 

 

When just one evil curse isn’t enough …

Marianne is still dealing with the fallout from her last paranormal investigation when a new disaster strikes – this one closer than ever to home. With the daughter of an acquaintance turning up dead, everyone’s a suspect, even members of Marianne’s own family.

Calling on a new magical gift she didn’t know she had, Marianne must once again battle the forces of darkness at work in Faerywood Falls. But with a killer more subtle than any she’s faced yet, Marianne will have to think fast before she becomes the next victim.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

Hard Boiled (Aloha Chicken Mysteries Book 3) by [Avari, Josi]

Saffron Skye can see color like nobody else. What she can’t see is how a hardboiled detective in a fedora ends up on her Hawaiian egg farm and how she ends up in Honolulu’s historic Iolani Palace.

Money’s gone missing from the Friends of Hens fundraiser. Money that was meant to help care for some of Hawaii’s feral chickens. Now Saffron’s on the trail with just a wing and a prayer.

It’s gonna be rough, see, as Saffron faces off with the toughest criminals on the island. Scatter in a handful of wild chicken activists and a jazzy nightclub right out of the roaring twenties, and Saffron is bound to ruffle some feathers.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phantoms and Phonographs (A Traveling Town Mystery, Book 4) by [Diane, Ami]A murder mystery game turned deadly…

With Keystone’s mayoral election coming up, the candidates have decided to host a 1920s themed whodunit party at the inn. It’s all fun and games until Ella discovers one of the candidates dead in the basement—and it’s not part of the act.

Top on the suspect list are the other mayoral hopefuls, including Ella’s boss, Wink.

Now, Ella must wade through a past of gangsters, speakeasies, and booze to hunt down a killer. Of course, this is to help the overburdened sheriff, mind you, and has nothing to do with her own motivations.

However, this case is as clear as the mud she serves in the diner. In a mansion full of witnesses, nobody saw a thing. Someone is lying to her…. She just has to figure out who. And soon, before the killer strikes again.

This is book four in the funny, quirky Traveling Town mystery series.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Death by Chocolate (A Dying to Eat Cozy Mystery Book 4) by [Heart, Kodi]A diet where you eat what you want when you want is too good to be true.

With a membership drive in full swing, finding dead bodies is more believable than the newest diet Connie and Bonnie are supposed to try.

Handing out chocolate to get people to join a diet club, seems like a good idea at first, until two of the club investigators are found dead with Bonnie’s number written on the pamphlets they held.

Connie’s ex-husband, a cop, has a vested interest in keeping Bonnie out of trouble. Refusing his help, Bonnie and Connie just might break a few diet rules… and a few laws to keep Bonnie from going to jail.

What is this crazy mother-daughter duo up to next in their search to lose the next pound and solve the next case?  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

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