Progressive Dinner Deadly (A Myrtle Clover Mystery)
Retired octogenarian schoolteacher Myrtle Clover is fit to be tied when her book club votes to change to a supper club. Who wants chips and dip when they can have Dickens and Twain? The first supper club is a progressive dinner…where Myrtle loses interest during the hors d’oeuvres. But when a body is discovered during the main course, the evening quickly gets interesting. Myrtle pits her sleuthing skills against her police chief son’s to find the killer….if the killer doesn’t find her first.
Murder in the Milk Case (The Mayhem in Maryland Series)
When mommy and wife, Trish Cunningham, finds the body of pharmacist Jim Bob Jenkins behind the two-percent milk, she knows she’ having a bad day. Worse, she’s a suspect. Sleuthing to exonerate herself from murder charges, she shakes up a murderer who has nothing to lose by killing any one in the way – including Trish.
Murder by Mishap (Edna Davies mysteries)
Edna Davies is heading for the Providence Art Club when she spots a valuable heirloom brooch in the newly-tilled soil of a friend’s yard. Her discovery helps to solve a 50-year-old mystery but it also precipitates a murder. As she tries to make sense of the killing, Edna realizes more than one person is hiding behind a false identity. Matching wits with extortionists, arsonists and frauds, she must determine who is friend and who is foe before another person dies.
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.