November 29th, 2023
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November's best books are here, with something for everyone: suspense, romance, mystery, and more.

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Coffee and murder
were never so much fun.
An "edge of your seat" read!


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Estranged friends reunite only to realize they�re something more


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A house party goes awry when a guest is poisoned by berries from the host's poison garden, and Lady Georgie Rannoch must race to find the culprit before her bundle of joy arrives.


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Lola's back in town, and she's in danger. Webster's sworn to protect her, but can he trust her?


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Will the determined bachelors find love, or will their captivating matches prove their undoing?


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Haunted by his last case, Detective Levi Griggs reteams with his first love to solve a copycat crime.


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A single mom and a down-on-his-luck sports anchor find a holiday miracle in each other.


A Murderous Tryst by Lynn Messina

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Also by Lynn Messina:

A Murderous Tryst, November 2023
e-Book
Prejudice & Pride, December 2015
e-Book
Little Vampire Women, May 2010
Paperback
Savvy Girl, August 2008
Paperback
Never on a Sundae, October 2004
Trade Size

A Murderous Tryst
Lynn Messina

A Regency Cozy

Beatrice Hyde-Clare Mysteries #11
Book Whisperer
November 2023
On Sale: November 3, 2023
Featuring: Penelope Taylor; Millicent Lloyd
280 pages
ISBN:
Kindle: B0C5W6BCVN
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Mystery Amateur Sleuth | Mystery Historical

The past rears its gorgeous head… 

Deeply distressed to discover her husband lied about his whereabouts the day before, Beatrice, Duchess of Kesgrave, emerges from a wretched night’s sleep to discover him embracing the most beautiful woman she has ever seen.

His former mistress!

It is shocking, yes, but not so very alarming, for Penelope Taylor is actually there to see Bea. Her dearest friend has been brutally slain, and as Millicent Lloyd happened to be sleeping in the courtesan’s bed at the time, Mrs. Taylor is the only suspect. The magistrate is impatient to cart her off to Newgate and refuses to acknowledge the truth that is glaringly obvious to her: She was the intended victim.

Poor Millie, murdered in her stead!

Persuaded by the evidence, Bea accepts the assignment, launching an investigation to prove the innocence of her husband’s former lover, whose fond recollections of her liaison with the duke confirm she is anything but innocent. Following the clues—and the trail of broken hearts discarded by Mrs. Taylor—Bea realizes she is looking for a villain more diabolical than any she has ever known.

And this one will not hesitate to strike again.

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