New Releases For The Week Of November 3rd, 2019–Part 4

Here is a list of some of the new releases for the week of November 3rd, 2019. I am going to divide the list into 4 days because there are so very many of them for the week. Today is the forth and final day of my list for this week. Hope you find some selections for your weekly reading. Enjoy and happy reading.



ICast Iron Alibi (A Vintage Kitchen Mystery Book 9) by [Hamilton, Victoria]n the new Vintage Kitchen Mystery from the author of Breaking the Mould, when an over-amorous handyman is found murdered, Jaymie will have to use every tool at her disposal to nab the culprit . . .

“I have loved this series from the first book . . . it’s like returning to a favorite nook for a cup of tea. It will delight, entice, and drive a reader to want to solve the murder.” —Goodreads on No Grater Danger

Looking forward to her girls-only college reunion vacation, Jaymie’s on cloud nine at the idea of lazy trips to the beach, dinner cruises on the nearby river, and snug sleeping in the vintage trailer she’s renovated. But no sooner does the group reconnect than her hopes turn to tension as petty squabbles and old acrimonies surface, along with tagalong friends, unexpected guests, and stalkerish ex-husbands. And when a local toolbelt Romeo with an eye for one of the women is found murdered, his home ablaze, the simmering hostility in the group suddenly shifts to secrecy.

Local law enforcement is zeroing in on the victim’s best friend and girlfriend as the most likely suspects, but Jaymie’s inquisitive instincts are telling her one of her former classmates may have been involved in the foul deed. Forced to navigate her fraught relationship with a local police detective and determined to uncover the myriad secrets her college friends are hiding, Jaymie knows she’ll have to dig deep to figure out whose alibi is cast iron, and whose is flimsy as tin . . .

Includes a vintage recipe!

Praise for the Vintage Kitchen Mysteries:

“All the right ingredients . . . Small-town setting, kitchen antiques . . . and a bowlful of mystery. A perfect recipe.” —New York Times bestselling author Susan Wittig Albert

“[A] charming new series.” —New York Times bestselling author Sheila Connolly

“A chilling whodunit.” —Richmond Times-Dispatch

“Well-plotted with several unexpected twists and more developed characters.” —The Mystery Reader

“Jaymie is a great character . . . She is inquisitive and full of surprises!” —Debbie’s Book Bag

About the Author:

Victoria Hamilton is the pseudonym of nationally bestselling romance author Donna Lea Simpson. Victoria is the author of three mystery series, the Lady Anne Addison Mysteries, the Vintage Kitchen Mysteries, and the Merry Muffin Mysteries. Her latest adventure in writing is a Regency-set historical mystery series, starting with A Gentlewoman’s Guide to Murder. She blogs at Killer Characters. Visit her website at  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Paperback












TThe Haunted Wedding (A Lin Coffin Mystery Book 12) by [Whiting, J A]his is book 12 in the Lin Coffin cozy mystery series by USA TODAY Bestselling Author J.A. Whiting.

The double wedding of Lin Coffin, her cousin, Viv, and their fiancés is fast approaching.

One afternoon, the two young women decide to take a walk around the fairgrounds and sports fields of the Tom Nevers area of Nantucket, when they notice a commotion down by a storage shed.
Inside the building, a young man has made a ghastly discovery and the police have been called to investigate the find.

Is what’s inside the shed linked to a decades-old double murder on the island?

When a ghost appears to request Lin’s help, will she and Viv, with the assistance of a friend from Boston who has arrived for the marriage celebration, be able to solve the mysteries before the special day turns into a haunted wedding?

This story has some mild paranormal elements.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle














Panic in the Treats (Sweetfern Harbor Mystery Book 16) by [Meadows, Wendy]Everyone at Sheffield Bed and Breakfast is excited about the prestigious wedding scheduled on the side lawn of the Inn. Besides that, Brenda Rivers expects a full house of guests the same weekend. Allie Williams, Reservationist, notes that not every guest appears happy at check in. Nadia Bouchard and Melody Basset both express by demeanor private motives for coming to Sweetfern Harbor. Deep resentment seems embedded in them, something Allie can’t put her finger on to explain. Brenda meets with her guests after check-in. She finds them friendly, including Nadia. Melody is the only guest who does not show up for the first get-together, but Brenda decides to catch up with her later. Allie describes her as someone unhappy and morose. The one distinguished older man is more sedate in nature than the younger guests. Roland Thorne has his own agenda for coming to Sweetfern Harbor.

Melody spends much of her time near the waterfront. The Atlantic Ocean mesmerizes her in a strange way. Nadia finds solace near the ocean, too, but first she must visit the Owner of Sweet Treats, Hope Williams. The encounter intensifies Nadia’s anger toward Hope, though Hope can’t figure out why. Even when Nadia explains her reasons, Hope is at a loss. When Allie asks Brenda if she can spend her break time with her mother at Sweet Treats to help with a large order, Brenda readily agrees.

When Allie doesn’t return later as expected, Brenda and her Head Housekeeper Phyllis Pendleton sense something has gone wrong. Brenda’s fears are verified when she and Phyllis find Sweet Treats to be locked and lights turned off. Clues of disturbance in the alley behind the shop causes Brenda to determine the two women have been kidnapped.

When Brenda’s husband Detective Mac Rivers reports the newcomer in town, Andrea Franklin has been murdered in Sweet Treats, both are convinced Allie and Hope Williams have been taken hostage. Brenda will experience an encounter with an angry guest of hers downtown. Nadia passes Brenda and Phyllis, unseeing, on her way back to the bed and breakfast. Next Brenda will find herself in mortal danger with a madwoman on the slated cliff that juts out over the ocean. She wonders if she will survive any of it. More importantly, will it be too late for Allie and Hope?  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Paperback













It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Murder (Piper Ashwell Psychic P.I.) by [Hashway, Kelly]

Tis the season…for murder.

All psychic P.I. Piper Ashwell wants is a quiet weekend alone where she can avoid the holiday craziness as well as any cases. But when the ski resort’s Santa Claus goes missing, Piper is enlisted to help find him.

The problem is Piper can’t help thinking this missing person’s case is really a murder. And she’s convinced the murderer is staying in the same ski resort.

Can she solve this case in time to save Christmas?

Fans of Joanne Fluke and Victoria Laurie will enjoy this psychic cozy mystery series.

Scroll up and one-click to start reading today!  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle















The Poison in the Pie (Bakers and Bulldogs Mysteries) by [Sams, Rosie]Port Warren’s pie contest is always popular, when the judge drops dead it looks like murder. Smudge, the cute French Bulldog will have to sniff out the clues and help owner Melody solve the crime.
FREE with Kindle Unlimited.

Melody Marshal runs a famous bakery with her loyal assistants and lovely Frenchie Smudge. She no longer enters the pie competition having won it for many years. Now she is a judge.
When her fellow judge, Peter Wexler, dies during the tasting, the finger points at the meek librarian. Melody does not believe her friend could have done this and yet the evidence is mounting up. Danger and suspects lurk in the sleepy town. Can Melody and Smudge sniff out the clues and find the real killer? Find out in The Poison in the Pie a fun, cozy mystery with the best baker and the cutest puppy in Port Warren.

Also available in the Bakers and Bulldogs Cozy Mysteries:
Strawberries and Sweet Lies
Brides and Blades
The Murder and the Masterpiece  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle













Former opera singer Emma Streat has survived the murder of her husband and the destruction of her beautiful old house. Now a full-time single mother, she struggles to move forward and make a home for her two sons. Because of her detection skills, she has become a go-to person for help―so, when her rich, feisty, socialite godmother is blackmailed, she turns immediately to Emma.

Soon, Emma founds herself thrust into the dark world of cybercrime. Mounting challenges take her to exclusive European settings where she mixes with top people in the financial and art collecting worlds and has intriguing and emotion-packed experiences with men―including her dynamic ex-lover, Lord Andrew Rodale. When she is targeted by a cybercrime network using cutting-edge technology, it takes all of Emma’s resilience and wits to survive and bring the wily, ruthless criminal she’s hunting to justice.

Action-packed and full of twists and turns, this third book of the Emma Streat Mystery series does not disappoint!  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Paperback














ADead Wrong (Agatha's Amish B&B Book 1) by [Chapman, Vannetta] new Amish cozy mystery from Vannetta Chapman.

Who killed Russell Dixon?

When Agatha Lapp’s brother and sister-in-law are tragically killed in a buggy accident, Agatha relocates to the new Amish community in Hunt Texas, nestled in the Texas Hill Country. She’s there to make a success of her brother’s dream–an Amish B&B. Agatha is friendly, efficient, and capable. She’s also a fifty-five year old widow who has learned to be independent. When she discovers Russell Dixon’s lifeless body in Cabin 3, she runs next door where retired detective Tony Vargas lives. The police determine that her guest died of natural causes, but as Agatha and Tony put together the events of the previous two days they become convinced that the police are Dead Wrong.

Dead Wrong is a story of discovering new friendships and embracing a different path in the midst of tragedy. Above all else, it’s a story of God’s grace and provision.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

Agatha hurried down the path carrying the towering pile of fresh linens. Fonzi lay in the sun, curled like the letter U. She’d inherited the yellow cat with the B&B.

One more cabin to service and she could turn her attentions to putting the finishing touches on dinner.

Cabin 3 sat a little farther down the path and around the bend. Perhaps that’s why Mr. Dixon had chosen it. He seemed to value his privacy. Agatha stepped onto the porch but paused outside the front door. She clearly stated that the rooms would be serviced in the afternoon between three and five, but there was always the possibility that Mr. Dixon had decided to take a late afternoon nap.

Nothing worse than walking in on a guest who was fast asleep, snoring with his mouth wide open and his glasses askew. She’d learned that lesson the first week she’d reopened the B&B.
Knocking firmly on the door, she called out, “Anyone home? Agatha Lapp here.”

No answer.
Well, she hadn’t thought there would be.
It was a beautiful June afternoon. Why would anyone be inside?
She tried the door on the off chance it had been left unlocked.

Definitely locked, and the curtains were drawn tight as well. Agatha called out one more time, then reached into the pocket of her apron and fetched her master key. Slipping it into the lock, she pushed the door open with what she hoped was a friendly, “Anyone home? Just here to change the…”

She never did finish that sentence.
Her mind reeled, trying to make sense of the scene before her.

Mr. Dixon’s suitcase had been flung open and clothes tossed around the room. The breakfast tray she’d left on the porch earlier that morning sat on the nightstand by the bed, though the mug had been knocked over and lay shattered on the floor. The bedding had been dragged toward the open back door. She glanced around as if Mr. Dixon might pop out from the broom closet.

But there was no sign of the man.
No indication of what had happened.

She stepped toward the back door and peered outside, which was when her knees began to shake. She reached for the doorframe with one hand as her other fluttered to her chest and pressed against it to slow the hammering of her heart.

She simply couldn’t make the details of what she was seeing fit together into a cohesive picture—Russell Dixon lying face down at the edge of the clearing, one hand trapped beneath him and the other reaching over his head. The unnatural position confirmed what her mind couldn’t accept.

Mr. Dixon wouldn’t be caring if she changed his linens because Mr. Dixon was literally dead to the world.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Paperback













Christmas Tree Mystery: A Travel Writer Cozy Mystery #3 by [Young, Kelly]



‘Tis the season to get your geek on!
Casey and Jim, along with some of their friends, travel to Vulcan, Ontario to attend the first annual Geek the Halls Christmas event, in hopes of getting some of the missing ornaments for their Star Trek Christmas tree. While there, some of the rarest ornaments go missing, and it’s a mad rush to find the valuable pieces before the police are brought in.
With a hall filled with geeks of all types and genre, will Casey and her friends be able to find the missing ornaments? It’s a Christmas Tree Mystery.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle















Dead Air (The Paranormal Podcast Mysteries Book 1) by [Salinger, Amelia]The dream of paranormal sleuth Iris Parker has come true: her podcast on paranormal mysteries just snatched a spot at the local radio station.
But when the police find out that Art―the host of the show that used to air in the slot Iris is now occupying―has been murdered, Iris becomes their main suspect.

Luckily for Iris, Art never left the radio station. The urn with his ashes is still there, which is a perfectly good reason for his ghost to be there as well. If Iris wants to keep her dream alive, then she and Art will have to join forces to find the real killer.

“Dead Air” is the first installment in a new series of short paranormal cozy mysteries “The Paranormal Podcast Mysteries”. These bite-sized novellas (24K words-long) are the best way to entrain yourself while commuting to work or when you’re waiting in line at the grocery store!  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle















The Fractured Man: A Q.C. Davis Novel (Q.C. Davis Mystery Book 3) by [Lilly, Lisa M.]A Lawyer Infiltrates a Dangerous Cult. Will She Stop a Killer?

Chicago lawyer Quille Davis gets a desperate midnight call from long-lost friend Caleb. His boss is dead, and he’s the prime suspect.

Afraid the police have made up their minds, Caleb asks Quille to go undercover to investigate his mysterious employer, Seminar. Seminar says it’s a self-improvement company…or is it a cult?

The more she delves into Seminar and gets to know its charismatic founder, the more danger Quille stirs up.

With no one at Seminar to trust, even Caleb, can Quille discover the killer before she becomes the next victim?

The Fractured Man is the third book in the Q.C. Davis series. If you enjoy bold and quick-witted detective heroines, fast-paced suspense, and life-and-death stakes, then you’ll love Lisa M. Lilly’s exciting new addition to the series.

Buy The Fractured Man to unravel a thrilling mystery today!  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle. Paperback














Tracy Hayes, Tenacious P.I. (P.I. Tracy Hayes Book 6) by [Shore, Susanna]Who knew art could be so deadly?

I don’t know why I lifted my camera and began to record, but I managed to capture the moment she punched Joel in the gut with everything she got.

Brooklyn art circles are buzzing about the latest sensation, painter Joel James. But all is not as it seems with him, as Tracy discovers to her surprise. And then he vanishes.

Tracy has another case giving her trouble too. An old friend asks her to locate his missing sister, and the only lead Tracy has is the vanished artist. Is Russian mafia involved? Have they taken the missing girl too?

When a body is found, Tracy’s missing person becomes a murder suspect. Can Tracy find her before the police? Or worse, before the girl becomes the next victim of the actual killer.

On top of everything, Tracy’s going on a date—with her boss Jackson. But does it mean something, or is he just doing her a favor? And what does it say about her that she still can’t keep away from Jonny Moreira, the sexy, no-good mafia enforcer?  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle













Lucy's Farmhouse Kitchen: Recipes from the Dewberry Farm Mysteries by [MacInerney, Karen]



Bring a little bit of Dewberry Farm home to your own kitchen this holiday season!

Lucy’s Farmhouse Kitchen is filled with delicious farmhouse recipes from the first six Dewberry Farm mysteries, along with bonus kitchen and garden tips (and a few special extra recipes) from Lucy and her Grandma Vogel. Includes luscious pecan pie, Texas peach cobbler, Quinn’s Christmas bread, spicy enchiladas… and even homemade soaps you can gift to friends and family!  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle















Blind Search: A Mercy Carr Mystery (Mercy and Elvis Mysteries Book 2) by [Munier, Paula]Former Army MP Mercy Carr and her retired bomb-sniffing dog Elvis are back in Blind Search, the sequel to the page-turning, critically acclaimed A Borrowing of Bones

It’s October, hunting season in the Green Mountains—and the Vermont wilderness has never been more beautiful or more dangerous. Especially for nine-year-old Henry, who’s lost in the woods. Again. Only this time he sees something terrible. When a young woman is found shot through the heart with a fatal arrow, Mercy thinks that something is murder. But Henry, a math genius whose autism often silences him when he should speak up most, is not talking.

Now there’s a murderer hiding among the hunters in the forest—and Mercy and Elvis must team up with their crime-solving friends, game warden Troy Warner and search-and-rescue dog Susie Bear, to find the killer—before the killer finds Henry. When an early season blizzard hits the mountains, cutting them off from the rest of the world, the race is on to solve the crime, apprehend the murderer, and keep the boy safe until the snowplows get through.

Inspired by the true search-and-rescue case of an autistic boy who got lost in the Vermont wilderness, Paula Munier’s mystery is a compelling roller coaster ride through the worst of winter—and human nature.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Hardcover, Audiobook