The Witch Tree (Anna Denning Mystery)
Four days before Christmas in Elk Park, Colorado, genealogist Anna Denning discovers a client’s body. When she starts asking questions no one wants answered, she becomes the killer’s next target. Still grieving the death of her husband, Anna must draw on her wounded faith to enter a world of wicca and paganism–reminders of a past she buried long ago–and discover the secret of The Witch Tree.
Quicksand! A Christian Romance
Dan McBride had just about given up on finding a soul mate, especially since he quit a high paying corporate job to become an eighth grade English teacher. But when he meets Emily Dwyer and her two teenage children, he suddenly feels optimistic about the future. He’d like to spend a lot more time with them, but if he quits his part time jobs, he’ll have to abandon a lifelong dream. Since he’s not ready to share his plans with Emily, he dodges her invitations with vague excuses. Emily Dwyer wishes she could convince her fellow faculty that she and Lars are ‘just friends’. She’d like to quit bringing Pete a brown bag lunch every day too, but the only way to avoid Pete is to sit beside Lars in the cafeteria. It’s not easy to explain these non-boyfriends to the handsome new English teacher, especially after warning him not to throw her a rope, even if she’s stuck in quicksand.
Murder on the Ol’ Bunions (A LaTisha Barnhart Mystery)
LaTisha Barnhart’s bunions tell her something’s afoot as she delves deeper into the murder of her former employer, Marion Peters. When LaTisha becomes a suspect, the ante i upped, and she is determined to clear her name and find the real culprit. She’s burping Mark Hamm’s bad cooking to investigate his beef with Marion and getting her hair styled at a high falutin’ beauty parlor to see what has Regina Rogane in a snarl. She’s playing self-appointed matchmaker between the police chief and a prime suspect and thinking Payton O’Mahney’s music store lease might be the reason he’s singing out of tune when discussion of Marion’s murder arises. LaTisha’s thinking she just might use the reward money to have her bunions surgically removed. But she’s got to catch the crook first.
The Wiles of Watermelon (Scents of Murder Mysteries)
After the most rain Greenburg, Tennessee has seen in years, Andi and Ben Hartley’s watermelon patch yields more than watermelons when Andi’s kitten discovers remains in the field. Then Honey Haggerty, the fiery and notorious owner of Greenburg’s yummiest down-home eatery, is found murdered. Fingers point at Ben and a lineup of other suspects. The more Andi discovers, the more she believes the two deaths are related. She races to find a killer—or is it killers?—before it’s too late.