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J.D. Robb – Book 44

Echoes in Death: An Eve Dallas Novel Out Today.

I’m posting this mainly because J.D. Robb has just put put book 44 in her long-running urban fantasy/romance/thriller/futuristic series…FORTY FOURTH. Wow. I read this series for many books, and really enjoyed each one. As a writer, I cannot imagine writing 44 books in a series.

I do recommend the series if you like zany, strong characters. They are a very broad mix of genres. The first is Naked in Death. I would say the first three or four are the strongest and most compelling in the series, but I’ve not read past maybe book seven?

Tuesday – New Mystery Releases

Tell Me No Lies For some reason, I really like the cover on this one. The blurb is good too. (Many of these are only a low price for pre-order and a few days after they release so if you are interested, you might want to snap it up!)

Ava Logan, single mother and small business owner, lives deep in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, where poverty and pride reign. As publisher of the town newspaper, she’s busy balancing election season stories and a rash of ginseng thieves. And then the story gets personal. After her friend is murdered, Ava digs for the truth all the while juggling her two teenage children, her friend’s orphaned toddler, and her own muddied past. Faced with threats against those closest to her, Ava must find the killer before she, or someone she loves, ends up dead.

Not on sale, but too cute to pass up, we have A Wee Homicide in the Hotel Book one is A Wee Murder in My Shop

Hamelin is overflowing with tourists enjoying the Scottish-themed games—and most of them are donning tartans from Peggy Winn’s ScotShop. And her fourteenth-century ghostly companion, Dirk, has been indispensable, keeping an eye out for shoplifters and matching customers’ family names to their clan plaid.

Adding to the chaos is Big Willie, a longtime champion of the games, but not everyone is happy to have him in town. So when he misses the first event of the weekend, Peggy senses something is awry. After Willie is discovered dead in his hotel room, the victim of a bagpipe-related crime, Peggy decides it’s up to her and Dirk to suss out a murderer.