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St. Patrick’s Day mysteries

St. Patrick’s Day mysteries

Top  ‘O the morning to ya!  Take a break from green beer and corned beef, and read a St. Patrick’s Day crime fiction book. Here’s a list to get you started.

St. Patrick's Day

Susan Wittig Albert: Love Lies Bleeding

Harry Brandt (Richard Price): The Whites
Isis Crawford: A Catered St. Patrick’s Day
Nelson DeMille: Cathedral
Janet Evanovich: Plum Lucky
Andrew Greeley: Irish Gold
Jane Haddam: A Great Day for the Deadly
Lyn Hamilton: The Celtic Riddle
Lee Harris: The St. Patrick’s Day Murder
Jonathan Harrington: A Great Day for Dying
Amanda Lee: The Long Stitch Good Night
Wendi Lee: The Good Daughter
Dan Mahoney: Once in, Never Out
Leslie Meier: St. Patrick’s Day Murder
Sister Carol Anne O’Marie: Death Takes Up A Collection
Ralph M. McInerny: Lack of the Irish
Janet Elaine Smith: In St. Patrick’s Custody
JJ Toner: St. Patrick’s Day Special
Kathy Hogan Trochek: Irish Eyes
Noreen Wald: Death Never Takes a Holiday

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Murder at the Oscars: Crime Fiction and True Crime at the Academy Awards

Murder at the Oscars: Crime Fiction and True Crime at the Academy Awards

With all the glam and glitz of tonight’s Oscars, take time out for a little murder! These mysteries take place during the Academy Awards or the time period surrounding the Oscars! MURDER AT THE OSCARS Tight Shot by Kevin Allman Best Murder on the Year by Jon P. Bloch Screenscam by Michael Bowen Murder at… Continue Reading…

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CHINESE NEW YEAR MYSTERIES

CHINESE NEW YEAR MYSTERIES

Chinese New Year takes place on a different date each year because it is based on the lunar calendar.  This year is celebrated on Saturday, January 25. This is the year of the rat.  Rats are clever, quick thinkers; successful, but content with living a quiet and peaceful life. Here is a list of mystery… Continue Reading…

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