S’more Murder (CAMPING GIRL Book 1

S’more Murder (CAMPING GIRL Book 1

Wed Cozy Mystery

Lisa Everyday Reads

A clean, funny cozy mystery that will have readers laughing as they guess who the murderer is!

When Ivy Thurman remembers visiting her grandmother’s campground, she thinks of idyllic childhood summer vacations. Now that she’s inherited the Happy Camper Resort, Ivy sees a money pit. Leaky roofs, whiny golf carts, and a swampy pool are just the beginning of what needs to be fixed. It seems she’s also inherited her grandmother’s tenants, a crew of retirees who live at the aging campground on a full-time basis.

It should have been easy to sell the place, but on Ivy’s second day as the new owner, she falls off the slippery moss covered dock to come face to face with a body! Now a murder has taken place at the campground and Ivy is the prime suspect according to the Oaks Crossing Police Detective. Afterall, the deceased, Ethel Murlay, changed her will…

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At the Library

At the Library

National Left Hand Day !!!

Lisa Everyday Reads

Left-Handed Death

His pen scratched the paper slowly, “I murd – I say, how do you spell ‘murdered’?”

Shergold Engineering Company has come into a bit of financial trouble. And it seems the Ministry-sent Barry Foster might just have something to do with it.

The company directors, Arthur Shergold and Guy Reeves, decide Foster must be stopped, and when Reeves confesses to the murder, it’s surely an open-and-shut case.

But as Detective Hardwick looks closer at the confession, he’s not so sure Reeves is their man.

Filled with comic wit and an ingenious plot, Left-Handed Death is a classic Richard Hull crime not to be missed.

Left-Handed Death was first published in 1946.

Book Review :

Golden Age mystery with brilliant setting of a war almost over ; the end of Government contracts; an increasingly powerful Civil Service is so well done. The murder seems almost unnecessary ! I was…

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Dog Dish of Doom–An Agent to the Paws Mystery

Dog Dish of Doom–An Agent to the Paws Mystery

Dog themed Cozy Mystery from the Library.

Lisa Everyday Reads

Cozy fans and animal lovers alike won’t be able to keep their paws offDog Dish of Doom.Laugh-out-loud funny, E.J. Copperman’s series debut is “lots of fun” (Library Journal,starred).

Kay Powell wants to find that break-out client who will become a star. And she thinks she’s found him: His name is Bruno, and he has to be walked three times a day.

Kay is the Agent to the Paws, representing showbiz clients who aren’t exactly people. In fact: they’re dogs. Bruno’s humans, Trent and Louise, are pains in the you-know-what, and Les McMaster, the famous director mounting a revival of Annie, might not hire Bruno just because he can’t stand them.

This becomes less of an issue when Trent is discovered face down in Bruno’s water dish, with a kitchen knife in his back. Kay’s perfectly fine to let the NYPD handle the murder, but when…

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Organized for Picnic Panic: A Cozy Mystery (The Organized Mysteries Book 6)

Organized for Picnic Panic: A Cozy Mystery (The Organized Mysteries Book 6)

This Wednesday holiday cozy mystery is : Labor Day

Lisa Everyday Reads

A cozy mystery in theUSA TODAYBestsellingOrganized Mysteriesseries.
A town wide picnic is all fun, food, & games—until Kate stumbles on another body…

The annual Hazelton, Vermont Labor Day Picnic is something all the residents look forward to each year. Kate has spent the past week organizing everything to help her family and neighbors enjoy a relaxing community event. As a relatively new family to the area, the McKenzies look forward to beginning this tradition. Things start off terrific, with the kids competing for great prizes, and the parents getting all the picnic eats ready.

Until a bit of discourse enters the scene and disturbs the family-friendly vibe of the day.

Things seem to settle down again, thankfully, and everyone returns to their previous high humor. However, as everyone drifts toward an after-lunch spectacular show, Kate stumbles onto a different kind of spectacle—a dead body. And this…

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At the Library

Hello Thursday ! And today marks the end of Summer Reading.... I would like to Thank everyone who followed along this Summer and keep reading. ..Lisa Library help : Large selection of Accelerated Reader books : What is AR book?At a Glance. Accelerated Reader is a computer-based program that schools may use to monitor reading practice and [...]

Back to School Murder

Back to School Murder

Bake to School cozy mystery

Lisa Everyday Reads

I am starting my holiday Cozy mysteries with:

An assistant principal is found dead and a sleuthing mom studies the clues:“Captivating, well-written, and just plain fun.”—Tulsa World

It’s back to school time in the peaceful Maine town of Tinker’s Cove, and for Lucy Stone, mother of four, it isn’t a moment too soon. But trouble at the local elementary school soon has the sometime crime-solver juggling family, job, and night classes with another mystery. And it starts with a bang.

A bomb goes off with the noon lunch bell, but not before all the kids are safely evacuated, and Carol Crane, the new assistant principal, is hailed as a hero. But days later, Carol is found murdered and everyone is stunned when the most popular teacher at the school is arrested for the crime. However, not everyone is buying the open-and-shut case, including Lucy, who’s about to…

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Ice Cream and Incidents

Ice Cream and Incidents

Celebrating Ice Cream !

Lisa Everyday Reads

(Peridale Cafe Cozy Mystery Book 13

Read for FREE on KINDLE UNLIMITED!https://www.amazon.com/Agatha-Frost/e/B01N6UODK4/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_ebooks_1

The 13th book in the BESTSELLING Peridale Cafe Cozy Mystery Series!

“The continuing character development and familial bonds are heartwarming!”

A free holiday to a seaside B&B run by drag queens sounds like the perfect way to spend a relaxing week away from Peridale, or so Julia South thought. When she arrives at the quirky B&B with her family, she’s determined to have a fun break, but she quickly finds herself in the middle of another puzzling mystery when a lighting rig falls on the star drag performer, Simone Phoenix.

Was it an accident, or something more sinister? Julia quickly befriends the owner, Russell, and learns that the seemingly tight-knit drag family working at Sparkles are not without their problems. With secrets and lies revolving around love, money, and revenge, each of them appears to have a…

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Louisiana Author’s

Louisiana Author’s

Louisiana author : Sports romance

Lisa Everyday Reads

At the Library this Thursday * Louisiana author’s

Son of a Sinner (A Sinner’s Legacy Book 1)

Dean Billodeaux, son of legendary Sinners quarterback Joe Billodeaux, strives to be his father on the football field but not off of it. Often accused of being “no fun”, he possesses a stainless reputation. The only person who believes he isn’t perfect is Stacy Polasky, an orphan raised by his parents. Stacy has maintained a bickering relationship with Dean calling him a big lout. He retaliates by dubbing her the Princess.

When Dean’s sister sees though their antagonism and realizes they are attracted to each other, she suggests Stacy stop being so independent and allow Dean to rescue her a few times. They set up several situations in which he can be Stacy’s hero, but one goes badly awry and descends into real danger. Dean learns of Stacy’s ploy and feels like a…

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