New Releases For The Week Of September 20, 2020–Part 3

Here is a list of some of the new releases for the week of September 20th, 2020. I am going to divide the list into 4 days because there are so very many of them for the week. Today is the third day of my list for this week. Hope you find some selections for your weekly reading. Enjoy and happy reading.

 

Gone in the Pink of an Eye: Paranormal Cozy Mystery (A Witch's Cove Mystery Book 6) by [Vella Day]A dead body on the beach and no suspects. Not the way a sleuth should start her day.

Hi, I’m Glinda Goodall, part time waitress and part time sleuth. Oh yeah, I’m a witch with a talking pink iguana who thinks he’s a detective.

A few weeks ago, my seventeen-year old cousin moved in with me (long story). Her passion? Taking photos. She’s a witch too, but she refuses to acknowledge it–until she starts to hear voices in her head.

When the dead man turns out to be her photo teacher, I have to help her find out who killed him. This obsession to learn his identity forces Rihanna to embrace her witch side, which leads to seances, ghost sightings, and a whole host of paranormal explorations–and I end up wearing something other than pink. Not a pretty sight.

Please stop by The Pink Iguana Sleuth agency if you need anything. Either Jaxson or I will be there–and Iggy, of course.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Paperback

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Granny Vigilante: Crate and Peril (Granny Vigilante Cozy Mystery Book 5) by [Susan Harper]They say you can’t go home again. Sometimes, you just shouldn’t.


A cozy mystery from International Bestselling Author Susan Harper

Solomon has returned to England to bury is murderous ex-wife and must deal with all the bridges he burned when he went into hiding. Back in Toronto, Ronnie and Fran must face a changing in Toronto political hierarchy which turns out to be very much like the old guard. Can they put another round of perps behind bars or will all the changes lead to criminals slipping through the cracks?

Crate and Peril is the fifth book in the dark, comedic Granny Vigilante Cozy Mystery series. If you like stories where the criminals get what’s coming to them, you’re going to enjoy watching the Granny Vigilante in action.

Download Crate and Peril and start solving your next mystery today!

Always FREE on Kindle Unlimited  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mayhem in Montana (Accidentally Undercover Mysteries Book 4) by [Lucy Quinn]

 

When Dora and Evie land at Windy’s ranch in Montana, they fall hard into an underground bunker, where they meet a man from Windy’s past. Sam, the love of Windy’s life, has been framed for stealing a prized race horse, and Dora and Evie are obligated to stay and help solve the crime before heading back to Pensacola. With an entry into the Ms. Rockin’ Rodeo pageant, a crash course in cow milking, and a stint as a rodeo clown, the crime-solving friends have their hands full this time. Can they prove Sam’s innocence and finally get the evidence they need to return home to their beachside town and clear Dora’s name?  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Funeral for a Friend: A Jonathan Stride Novel (The Jonathan Stride Series Book 10) by [Brian Freeman]

“You’re safe, Stride. I found the body at the Deeps. I buried him.”

Jonathan Stride’s best friend, Steve Garske, makes a shocking deathbed confession: he protected Stride by covering up a murder. Hours later, the police dig up Steve’s yard and find a body with a bullet hole in its skull.

Stride is pretty sure he knows who it is. Seven years ago, an out-of-town reporter disappeared while investigating anonymous allegations of rape against a prominent politician. Back then, the police believed that the reporter drowned at a dangerous swimming hole called the Deeps … but the discovery of the body changes everything. Now Stride’s partner, Maggie Bei, is forced to ask Stride an uncomfortable question: Did you kill him?

Stride is obviously hiding things. He was the last person to see the reporter alive. And he admits lying to Maggie about that meeting, but won’t tell her why. With suspicion in the murder pointing at him, Stride finds himself off the case and on leave from the Duluth Police.

His only ally in clearing his name is his wife, Serena, who retraces the reporter’s investigation into the explosive allegations. The clues all point to a hot Duluth summer years earlier that everyone in town would prefer to forget.

Someone was willing to kill rather than let those long-ago secrets come out, and the suspect with the strongest motive … is Stride.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Hardcover. Audiobook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Better Gnomes and Gardens (A Paranormal Party Planner Mystery Book 2) by [Misty Bane]Full description coming soon!

Dragon’s Hollow is buzzing with excitement over its annual gardening competition and festival, and Bailey Bliss is no exception. For most of the town’s residents, Best in Grow is a pleasant, idyllic festival. The winner doesn’t receive much more than a small prize and bragging rights, but that doesn’t stop this year’s competitors from fighting tooth and nail.
With tensions running high and someone sabotaging this year’s most likely winners, Bailey is afraid this friendly competition might get downright dirty… or deadly.

This is the second book in the Paranormal Party Planner series. It is a full-length, humorous paranormal cozy mystery novel  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tequila Mockingbird: Cozy Mystery (Australian Amateur Sleuth Book 7) by [Morgana Best]

 

When the Fifth Earl of Mockingbird comes to Little Tatterford, all Mr. Buttons’ fears come home to roost. And in a cheep shot, when a victim’s tequila is poisoned, Mr Buttons becomes the prime suspect. This is where Sibyl and Cressida draw the lime. They fly in the face of the evidence and ruffle a few feathers in an attempt to prove his innocence.
Will the murderer triumph by fowl means?
Or will Sibyl solve the case and have her fairytail ending?

Tequila Mockingbird is Book 7 in this USA Today Bestselling series, Australian Amateur Sleuth.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Body from the Past (A Jazzi Zanders Mystery Book 5) by [Judi Lynn]A closed room in her newest fixer-upper leads Indiana house-flipper Jazzi Zanders to reopen a chilling cold case involving a high school girl . . .
 
Jazzi, her cousin Jerod, and her husband Ansel are preparing to renovate a charming house that reminds her of an English manor. Before purchasing it, they had inspected the house for structural issues, but now when they do a more thorough walk-through, they discover a teenage girl’s bedroom that clearly hasn’t been touched in years. Dust covers the pink canopy bed, clothes still hang in the closet, and a hope chest remains full of journals and memorabilia. They’ve stumbled on a shrine to a dead girl.
 
They learn Jessica was killed in the middle of her high school graduation party. The murderer was never identified, but the brother-in-law of Jazzi’s friend, who went to school with Jessica, was suspected and never lived it down. He implores Jazzi to review the cold case and finally prove him innocent. Now it’s up to the house-flipper to nail a killer who will do anything to close the door on the past . . .  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Paperback, Audiobook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Readers' Room by [Antoine Laurain, Emily Boyce, Jane Aitken, Polly Mackintosh]

‘A master storyteller’ Huffington Post

When the manuscript of a debut crime novel arrives at a Parisian publishing house, everyone in the readers’ room is convinced it’s something special. And the committee for France’s highest literary honour, the Prix Goncourt, agrees. 

But when the shortlist is announced, there’s a problem for editor Violaine Lepage: she has no idea of the author’s identity. As the police begin to investigate a series of murders strangely reminiscent of those recounted in the book, Violaine is not the only one looking for answers. And, suffering memory blanks following an aeroplane accident, she’s beginning to wonder what role she might play in the story … 

Antoine Laurain, bestselling author of The Red Notebook, combines intrigue and charm in this dazzling novel of mystery, love and the power of books.”  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Hardcover, Paperback

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Corpse in London (An Izzy Palmer Mystery Book 4) by [Benedict Brown]One dead body – nine million suspects.

When British film star Samuel Akerele keels over dead in front of a crowd of tourists in Piccadilly Circus, his famous family suspect foul play and hire (fairly) well-known detective Izzy Palmer to search out his murderer. Despite the fact everyone loved Sammy on the silver screen, he had plenty of rivals off it. Between his overbearing parents, jealous siblings, scheming managers and obsessive fans, everyone wanted a piece of him, but who took their final cut?

Izzy will have to set aside her own relationship troubles, her mother’s dreams of stardom and everyone in the world being distracted by a royal wedding to solve the case, but with a city full of suspects to choose from, does she really have what it takes to find the killer?

“A Corpse in London” is a witty and twisting new episode in the Izzy Palmer mystery series. All her usual gang of helpers are along for the ride, as well as some familiar faces from the past. If you love whodunits about London, royal weddings, convincing Freddy Mercury impersonators, fake celebrities, real celebrities, or chocolate mousse, this is almost certainly the book for you.

Other Books in the Izzy Palmer Mystery series. 

Novels 
1) – A Corpse Called Bob 
2) – A Corpse in the Country 
3) – A Corpse on the Beach 

Novellas 
A Corpse in a Caravan 
A Corpse in the Freezer (Available free to members of The Izzy Palmer Readers’ Club ) 
A Corpse at a Birthday Party (Available free to members of The Izzy Palmer Readers’ Club )  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Amazon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trick or Treat Murder (A Reporter Roland Bean Cozy Mystery Book 3) by [Rachel Woods]Trick or Treat?

When Palmchat Gazette reporter Roland “Beanie” Bean takes his kids, Ethan and Evan, trick-or-treating, they discover a human finger among the candy the boys collected!

As Beanie tries to discover who the finger belongs to, he uncovers a horrifying connection to a heinous serial killer known as The Fury.

Beanie is anxious to uncover the truth about the finger, but his dogged determination may be the death of him.

Trick or Treat Murder is a contemporary whodunit murder mystery novel in the Reporter Roland Bean Cozy Mystery Series, but can be read as a standalone. With lots of clues and red herrings, it features plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing until the end! Get your copy today!  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Cat in the Attic Mystery: The Magic of Halloween Night (Book 5 in 5 book series) by [Kathi Daley]

 

How is one to start again after losing the one thing that speaks to your heart and fuels your passion?

After a serious accident leaves Calliope Rose Collins unable to continue with the career that has owned her soul for most of her life, she returns to Foxtail Lake, Hollister House, and Great Aunt Gracie. After solving the murder of a local girl she begins writing freelance articles for the local newspaper. This turns into a full time career and a new passion and inner healing is found.

In book 5 in the series, Callie is faced with a personal choice as she stumbles onto a new mystery while helping the town prepare for the best Halloween it has ever seen.  (Amazon)

Editions Available:  Kindle, Paperback

 

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