Leaving behind a cheating ex-boyfriend and her stressful job as an ER nurse, Darcy Cavanaugh goes on a fall foliage cruise with her best friend Marie. Lost in a sea of senior citizens, Darcy and Marie, the shipboard nurse, do their best to enjoy the free mimosas, Elvis impersonations, and nosey shipmates. But sailing the high seas is anything but fun when jewelry is stolen and a cabin steward ... read more
Knives, poison, strangulation?ER nurse Darcy Cavanaugh is about to show-and-tell all kinds of deathly dos and don'ts for a mystery writers' workshop at sea. Teaching A Nurses' Guide to Murder in exchange for a Caribbean cruise was a small price to pay for what should have been a vacation in paradise. That is, if she didn't have to share deck space with her boyfriend's uptight mother! Aspiring ... read more
"[H]ilarious, fast paced, and madcap!"―Booklist (starred review)Furious after being stood up by local hottie Johnny Leeson, Mira decides to abandon Battle Lake, Minnesota, where the women are churchgoers, the men like to hunt, and the body count is above average. But when a cheerleader bites the dust, Mira is called back to the town that has done her wrong.She begins investigating the New Mill... read more
"Loved this book. Keeps you guessing til the end!" ―Diana MartinezMira James never imagined life after Minneapolis would be a doublewide trailer outside Battle Lake, Minnesota. Then again, maybe the North Country has more to offer than mosquitoes and broasted chicken. Maybe it has earthy, sexy Johnny Leeson and...lost jewels?Local legend claims that a diamond necklace was lost nearly a century... read more
Finalist for The Lefty Award for Best Humorous Mystery!What's so wrong with admiring from a distance? After all, Mira's quirky attraction to Chief Wenonga, a well-muscled fiberglass statue, might be a safer love pursuit than online dating. But when the 23-foot Chief goes missing and a human scalp is discovered at his cement base, Mira's not the only Battle Lake citizen to be crushed.Things get... read more
In this vivid fifth volume of The Seer series, Sabine Rose is reunited with her ill grandmother Nona and her friends at Sheridan Valley. But the excitement of curing Nona-and discovering love with someone new-doesn't outweigh the burden of her father's dark secret: a daughter no one but Sabine knows about. Riddled with curiosity, Sabine uses astral projection to spy on her half sister Jade. An... read more
ER nurse Darcy Cavanaugh is sailing the high seas again–adrift as a bridesmaid on a wedding cruise complete with raucous firefighters who have a taste for practical jokes and raunchy ties. Cruising up the West Coast, Darcy tries not to panic about one curious ring-sized box hidden in her boyfriend's pocket. But a poet-stalker obsessed with her feet, a stressed-out wedding planner, and her hunk... read more
Cynthia Bladen has been missing for weeks when private investigator Jack Grant takes the case. This time there is a motivating, if unsettling, force behind the investigation: Cynthia is Jack's ex-girlfriend. When her mutilated body is found, Cynthia's distraught husband accepts the grim outcome. But Jack can't give up until he finds her killer. he teams up with Lieutenant Diana Craig, a tough-... read more
“Murder, love, industrial espionage and bigamy are the ingredients blended together in this well-devised mystery story. The plot has all the Agatha Christie hallmarks of twists, turns and dead ends . . .” —Historical Novel ReviewMystery writer Marjorie McClelland knows all too well that murder always finds you when you least expect it, so when a man at the local annual carnival goes up in a Fe... read more
“If only Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Jimmy Stewart were still alive. They would be fabulous in the movie version of Meade’s debut Marjorie McClelland mystery . . . Meade’s kickoff mystery is a winner.” —BooklistProhibition might be over, but life in Marjorie McClelland’s small, depression-era Connecticut town is still quiet. Filled with nosy neighbors and plenty of gossip, the mystery w... read more
“Sprightly characters, saucy dialogue, and supple pacing are once again winsomely showcased in Meade’s sassy paean to those zany Depression-era, romantic detective duos.” —BooklistHappily engaged to the elegant Creighton Ashcroft, mystery writer Marjorie McClelland is looking forward to returning to a quiet life in small-town Connecticut. But things never go the way a writer plots them, and th... read more
Plan a delicious herb-based brunch. Give your hair a henna boost. Arm yourself for the cold and flu season. There are hundreds of ways to get the most from nature''s most versatile plants inside Llewellyn''s 2008 Herbal Almanac. Featuring over three dozen articles, this treasury of innovative herbal ideas spans six categories: gardening, cooking, crafts, health, beauty, and myth/lore. In this ... read more
Jimmy knows more about Jen’s disappearance than he can tell anyone—not his mom, his school counselor, or even his court-mandated psychologist. And the secrets he’s keeping have landed him in deep trouble. From this series of vignettes, or snapshots, a story emerges about love and loyalty, betrayal and trust.
Make room for more magic in your life with the Witches’ Datebook. Keep track of coven meetings, festivals, and your more mundane appointments in the midst of recipes, rituals, and pagan artwork. A portable companion to Llewellyn’s Witches’ Calendar, this enchanting datebook presents each week on a two-page spread. Each month features Moon rituals by Edain McCoy, meditations by Elizabeth Barret... read more
“He was right in front of me, and I was trying to give Him a hug” Gavin explained. “He brought his light down."Gavin Pierson was a healthy, energetic child until sudden changes led to the discovery of a mass in his brain. In the hospital, his parents Steve and Nicole felt helpless and fearful of the unknown journey ahead. Time stood still as Gavin’s arm slowly stretched out, reaching for somet... read more
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