Cat shifter LeeAnn Mapes comes from a looooonnnnngggg line of witch familiars. But, despite the fact that being a familiar is literally in her blood, she has zero interest in following the family business. She runs her own pet santuary business and keeps her distance from the Familiar world. But when circumstances, in the form of a really cute warlock down the street and a dead Familiar discovered in a nearby park, conspire to drag her hissing and spitting into the very world she's trying to avoid, LeeAnn realizes it's impossible to ignore who you really are. And sometimes there are rewards to embracing what makes you tick.
Come to Silver Hills. Where age is relative and relatives can be deadly.
A skeleton under the floorboards…a long-hidden crime…and a nonagenarian WWII veteran who claims to have no knowledge of how the body got buried under her living room floor…
When their new friend, Scarlett, moves to Silver Hills, Flo and Agnes soon realize the crotchety veteran isn’t exactly a people person. Unfortunately, her acerbic personality isn’t helping her convince Detective Peters that she had nothing to do with murdering the dead guy beneath her floorboards. So the two sleuths, with a colorful array of the usual sidekicks, dive into the decades old murder and quickly learn it has a grip in the present. Can Flo and Agnes keep themselves above the fray? Or will they soon find themselves over their heads and swimming against the tide? If you've been to Silver Hills before you already know the answer to that. There's really only one question left: backstroke or breaststroke?
Dead End Job: When the only thing on tap is death.
A corpse in the bathroom of a popular bar. An old acquaintance still nursing a mad-on from fifteen years earlier. And a cast of characters possessing secrets they’ll do almost anything to keep. It’s enough to make reformed (sort of) party girl Blaise Runa want to quit her dead end job. But in the meantime she fully intends to grab her sexy private eye fiancé and dig into the mess. Because she might be trying to adult, but that doesn’t mean she’s gotten any less nosy!
It's an old fashioned Christmas at the Nelson's. Duncan has invited several of the townspeople to stay in the newly refurbished manor. He's feeling more himself now that he has Scarlett and Lissie around to keep him company, and he plans to make the Christmas as much like the ones the family celebrated in its heyday as possible.
When one of the guests is murdered and the ghosts decide to lock everybody inside the house until the murderer is discovered, there might be more than plum pudding on the menu.
Murder might just become the main course.
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