Review — Lady Killer

There’s plenty of social drama in Takoma Park, a liberal enclave just outside Washington, DC, when a group of people who’ve been friends since college face major life choices and changes. All part of the same community and babysitting co-op, they find themselves...

Review — Murder at Kensington Palace

Charlotte Sloan’s secret identity as satirical cartoonist AJ Quills is still safe, even though the Earl of Wrexford knows her true identity. But that all may change with a bizarre and vicious murder in which Charlotte’s cousin is charged with his twin’s death....

Review — Here Comes Santa Paws

It’s almost Christmas in Connecticut and Melanie Travis is busy – kids, Poodles, shopping, getting ready for the big day – then her friend Claire calls with the worst of news. Claire’s thriving business as a personal shopper for the well-heeled in New Canaan has run...

Review — Those People

Lowland Way is the perfect place to live, according to those who live there. With the beautifully cared for homes, neighbors who get along, kids who play together and an active community network, it’s a relaxing refuge from a hectic, stressful world. Then one of the...

Review — Fatal Inheritance

It’s post-World War II in England, and Eve Forrester’s life is dull and dark. Her marriage is loveless, her mother is cold and she feels she’s missing out on her own best life. Then she receives a letter that she’s a beneficiary in the estate of Guy Lester, a man...

Review — Bite Club

When Melanie Travis hits on the idea of a mystery book club, it’s a success, right from the get-go, even though Aunt Peg kind of co-ops it, inviting new members. Then one of the newest members, Evan Major, is murdered, and Melanie finds herself in the middle of the...