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Night Train

by Angela McQuay

In David Quantick’s horror comedy "Night Train", a woman wakes on a train with no idea how she got there—or, worse: who she is. As she explores her surroundings, the woman encounters a room full of dead bodies; the only other living... Read More

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Coconut Layer Cake Murder

by Angela McQuay

Cozy mysteries don’t get any cozier than Joanne Fluke’s, and her latest in the Hannah Swensen series, Coconut Layer Cake Murder, is no exception. Hannah is a baker and amateur sleuth who’s ordered to take a vacation after a... Read More

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Fatal Roots

by Angela McQuay

The dead do not want to stay buried in Sheila Connolly’s ninth installment of her County Cork series, Fatal Roots. Maura Donovan, who moved from Boston to take over her family’s pub in Ireland, is getting used to rural Irish living... Read More

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The Ringmaster

by Angela McQuay

There’s a string of seemingly unrelated murders occurring in New Zealand, and it takes Vanda Symon’s sassy, smart detective Sam Shephard to tie them together. "The Ringmaster" is a multilayered, absorbing mystery that is full of... Read More

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