Something's going on at Chandler Castle. Archaeologist Emma can't resist a mystery. Valuable artifacts disappear and professor Webster, who found them in the basement, gets murdered in a secret 1680 witch chamber. Plenty of suspects.
Boxes for Kenzer College are lit on fire on a truck. Later the Kenzer skull is stolen from an exhibition during the archaeologists'/ASAA conference. Then the president of ASAA is poisoned. Can Emma and her FBI friend catch the culprits?
When Henry Roth is hired to find the best Italian chef for a new high-end eatery, murder was not on the menu. As the body count climbs, Henry and Maggie find themselves at the heart of another mystery with deadly consequences.
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The body of a woman who had been missing for 3 years is found. Her husband, acquitted for lack of evidence but now seen as guilty, asks Alex for help. As she investigates for her podcast, a colleague investigates fishy river shipping.
Abby Knight returns to her small home town as a NYC lawyer. On the day of her flower shop opening, her car gets damaged by someone fleeing a murder scene. She soon meets a charming bartender and partners with him in the search for answers.
Shannon Hughes of Hughes Restoration in Lighthouse Cove, Oregon, volunteers to be the lead in a renovation of a donated Tudor mansion to Sunny Site Housing for a social housing project, her current client and friend, reporter turned crime novelist Macintyre Sullivan, allowing her to take a break working on his house to do so. Mac, Mac's visiting teenaged niece Callie Sullivan, Shannon's assistant Sean Brogans, her best friend Jennifer Hennessey, and her father Pete Hughes are among the many others volunteering their time on the project. Two others volunteering are Jim Hopkins and his teenaged son Elliot Hopkins, who will be the recipients of one of the seven units. While working on the renovation, Mac meets Whitney Sloane, Officer Tommy Sloane's bookstore owning sister who asks him to do a book signing at her store. The mansion donation was negotiated between Sunny Site Housing administrator Marie Bishop and the bank represented by one of their VPs, Dave Drummond. The donation, ...Written by
The house is described as a Victorian but it is in fact a Tudor-style house as can be recognised by the beam and plaster design. A Victorian house on the other hand is more typically ornate and brightly painted and are sometimes referred to as a "painted lady" or a "gingerbread" style house. See more »
In the latest in the Fixer Upper Murder series Jewel Pilcher is given over what
turns out to be a Deadly Deed. She's imitating Jimmy Carter and has a bank
turn over a piece of property they repossessed for a quick turnaround and repair.
It's a charitable contribution, but the head of the bank takes his banking practices
from Lionel Barrymore in It's A Wonderful Life. His name is also Potter.
Imagine if Barrymore had been found knifed to death in some property he owned
in Bedford Falls? No shortage of suspects there and none here for Jewel
Pilcher and her boyfriend mystery novelist Colin Ferguson. I will say you
hope the perpetrator gets a good lawyer when all is revealed.
A nice gallery of suspects, none of whom you hope is proven guilty. I think
fans will enjoy this.
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