Assault With a Deadly Glue Gun–Lois Winston “Crafty cozies don’t get any better than this hilarious confection…Anastasia is as deadpan droll as Tina Fey’s Liz Lemon…” — PublishersWeekly, starred review
Murder Among Neighbors, by Jonnie Jacobs “Jacobs evokes the suburban milieu with tongue in cheek, and litters the story smartly with clues along the way.” — San Francisco Chronicle
Skeleton in a Dead Space by Judy Alter “Enjoy walking in Fort Worth as you follow a profusion of characters in this complicated tale. Wait, as did I, until you reach the very last pages to find the truth of the story. You likely won’t figure it out earlier.”–Margaret T. Waring, Librarian
In For a Penny by Maggie Toussaint “Reading a Cleopatra Jones mystery is a nice way to spend an afternoon. This lighthearted story has a dash of romance and a lot of humor.” — Romantic Times
The Hydrogen Murder by Camille Minichino “This is a tightly knit story with a heroine so refreshingly different that readers will be pleased to note that Minichino, herself a retired physicist, has 104 elements from the periodic table left to go.”— Publishers Weekly
Retirement Can Be Murder by Susan Santangelo “Pure fun – and don’t be surprised if retired sleuths become the next big trend.”— Booklist
Dead Air by Mary Kennedy “One of the most appealing amateur sleuths to come along in years. Hook her up with Jessica Fletcher, and no murderer shall ever go unpunished.” –Donald Bain, creator of the Murder She Wrote series
A Dead Red Cadillac by RP Dahlke “Fast paced and fun with an outwardly tough but inwardly vulnerable lady-pilot, drug smuggling and plenty of eccentric characters.” — Rhys Bowen, award-winning author of the Royal Spyness Mysteries.
Murder is a Family Business by Heather Haven “HeatherHaven makes a stellar debut in Murder is a Family Business. With an engaging protagonist and a colorful cast, Haven provides a fresh voice in a crowded genre. We will be hearing more from this talented newcomer. Highly recommended.” –Sheldon Siegel, New York Timesbestselling author of Perfect Alibi.
Murder, Honey by Vinnie Hansen “I love Carol Sabala . . . quirky, gutsy and my kind of gal.” — New York Times bestselling author Cara Black