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Happy Presidents Day! I wish I had the day off like my husband and daughter, but no, I’m at work.
Two ebooks I purchased made it to my Kindle this week. Buried Secrets is currently 99¢.Buried Secrets by Leighann Dobbs
Series: Blackmoore Sisters Mysteries #4
Published by the author on November 15, 2013
Genres: Cozy Mystery
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Even the ghosts have secrets in Dead Water ....
For Celeste Blackmoore and her sisters, locating a hundred year old buried treasure in the gold mining ghost town of Dead Water sounds like an easy job ... until they find themselves facing threats from both sides of the grave.
While dealing with a ghost who wants revenge, a sheriff who wants to lock them up and a thieving stranger who wants them out of town, the girls find themselves using their unique paranormal skills to investigate a century old secret that holds the key to the treasure.
Throw in a hunky bartender, a shotgun toting old timer, a mysterious stranger from their past and, of course, their trusty cat Belladonna who always knows just where to look (if only the sisters would listen to her!) and the girls soon discover that looking for buried treasure can be deadly.
In a town where no one, including the ghosts, are what they seem, can the girls find the treasure before they end up in grave danger?
Murder on Valentines Day was a pre-order. I read it the day it arrived.Murder on Valentine's Day by P. Creeden
Series: Ridgeway Rescue Mysteries #2
Published by the author on February 14, 2018
Genres: Mystery, Short Story
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It's Valentine's Day and 20-year-old Emma Wright just wants her crush to take notice of her. But Colby Davidson, the K9 search and rescue deputy only thinks of her as a kid sister. How will she get him to take her seriously?
When her veterinarian boss calls her to pick up a cat at a potential crime scene, she finds herself at the house of the richest woman in Ridgeway. Her father—the sheriff—and Colby are there. They both dismiss the untimely death as a heart attack, but Emma finds clues that it might be something more. Did the software billionaire die of natural causes, or was it murder?