It’s a cozy murder in A Tine To Live, A Tine To Die

It was the most important harvest day for Cameron Flaherty’s organic farm-share program as thirty customers were coming to pick up their produce, but everything was almost ruined when Cam discovers her farmhand, Mike, had bought some pesticide. Lucky for Cam, he hadn’t used it on the plants, but it was the last straw for Mike…

The True Account of the Race Around the World in Eighty Days

After the publication of Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days in 1873, travelers everywhere were challenged to see if the imaginary feat could actually be done. Though it wasn’t until November 14, 1889, that two women, a reporter and a journalist, would set off in opposite directions in a race to beat the eighty days and each other.

Disturbances of the Mind in the Psychological Thriller, Blue Monday

In 1987 a young girl was abducted with her disappearance making national headlines before her name faded from the public’s eye when she wasn’t found. Twenty years later another child goes missing. This time it’s a young boy and the media has again posted his image everywhere, but Frieda Klein, a psychotherapist, sees a possible connection…

Coming-of-age in Whistling Past the Graveyard

Nine-year-old Starla Claudelle is almost always in trouble or on the verge of being in trouble from her sassy mouth and temper. Starla lives with her grandmother who has just about had it with her. This year Starla is grounded from the Fourth of July celebrations, but she goes anyway. When the nine-year-old is caught she decides to run away…