Tag Archive: murder mystery

Oct 25

Book Review: Last Chance for Murder

Last Chance for Murder by Estelle Richards I haven’t read cozy mysteries for a while, but this one is set in my home state of Arizona, so I thought it was worth checking out. It’s about a woman who is in love with a very old house. Okay, so that’s maybe not how most people …

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Nov 19

Faerie Killer: Chapter Twenty-Five

Chapter Twenty-Five   She had a good vantage point from this box, just far enough away to be out of the range of blood and sand, but close enough that she could have called out to them, if it weren’t for the roar of the crowd. She could see other private boxes across the sand …

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Aug 27

Faerie Killer: Chapter Thirteen

  Chapter Thirteen The morning was muggy and damp, steam rising from the asphalt from the previous night’s rain. Kit was driving around in her car, in between dropping off some paperwork at the lawyer’s office and going to an obscure Chinese pharmacy to see if she could find some herb whose name Holzhausen had …

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Aug 20

Faerie Killer: Chapter Twelve

  Chapter Twelve       Jackie missed the Black Dogs. She told herself she just missed dancing, but she also missed them, every single dorky one of them, except Tim, who was an unforgivable asshole. She hadn’t realized how much of her social life was tied up with the dance troupe until she got …

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Aug 13

Faerie Killer: Chapter Eleven

  Chapter Eleven   An angry knock on the door woke them all up. He’d been sleeping again. He never liked sleeping, none of them did, but sleep wasn’t something you could avoid forever. You could postpone it for a day or two at most, but then your newly mortal body would shut down for …

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