The best locked room mystery I've read in a long time. Hands down.
A James Pattersonesque dark thriller that will keep you flipping pages until the end.
If you wrongly accused someone but the evidence points to someone you love, would you still pursue justice?
A mystery within a mystery, with both stories playing on the tension of the other. This one was hard to put down.
When accidentally possessed by a demon, what's a witch to do? Make the best of it obviously, without making any deals with the devil.
The first in a new paranormal cozy mystery series. Light and fluffy but not a lot of substance.
Poisoners, over-inflated egos, and a glass ceiling are no match for Saffron Everleigh.
Two murders and an art theft. None of them should have been possible. Whodunnit?
Another entertaining Kelley Armstrong novel - in this one, a modern-day detective finds herself in Victorian Scotland hunting a serial killer.
A wonderfully fun adaptation of a Jane Austen classic with the new and improved Dashwood sisters.