Book: The Xibalba Murders (Lara McClintoch Archaeological Mystery #1) by Lyn Hamilton

Lara McClintoch is newly divorced from her now ex-husband and ex-business partner Clive. To relax and recover from the loss of her marriage and business she takes a trip to Mexico. She’s going to meet an older archaeologist who she is attracted to.

Her trip doesn’t go as planned. When she arrives her beau disappears before she even gets to see him. Her trip continues to go sideways. She witnesses the robbery of an antiquity. Then she finds a dead body in a museum. All this excitement make her a person of interest for the police.

What is the antiquity that was stolen? Who is the dead body? Where is Lara’s beau?

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Book: Bones of Betrayal by Jefferson Bass (Body Farm #4)

This book left me speechless. Clearly, my high school history class left a lot out.

Dr. Brockton is called to Oak Ridge to assist with removal of a body from a frozen pool. The victim turns out to be Leonard Novak, a scientist from the Oak Ridge facility of the Manhattan Project.

The autopsy takes a life-threatening turn for Dr. Garcia and Miranda. In a single moment, a small pebble, which turns out to be highly radioactive, changes their lives forever. As both get hit with radiation levels that are extremely high. Dr. Garcia got more exposure than anyone because the body was in the morgue for nearly 24 hours and he was exposed for over 10 hours. He also held the pebble in his hands. Miranda also held it with her fingers but only for seconds.

This book covers a lot of history regarding the Manhattan Project. It weaves a tale of murders, revenge, espionage, betrayal and lives destroyed.

Who killed Leonard Novak? What secret was he being blackmailed about? What was the radiation source that Miranda and Dr. Garcia were exposed to? Do they survive the radiations effects?

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Book: Brandy and Bullets (Murder, She Wrote #4) by Jessica Fletcher

Cabot Cove is rocked to the core. The Worrell Institute has been sold to investors. They convert it to an art colony. The citizens of Cabot Cove are afraid the artists will ruin their town.

Everything is going smoothly until someone dies in the colony. Jessica is sent in undercover. She doesn’t do undercover very well. Many of the artists in residence take notice of her attempts to uncover the truth about the colony. She gets stonewalled.

Who killed the poor girl? What are the art colonies secrets? Does Jessica solve yet another murder?

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Book: Whirlwind (X-Files #2) by Charles Grant

A woman who owns a ranch stumbles across a pair of bodies. The fact that they are bodies is all that she can make out. Mulder and Scully are brought in to figure out what happened.

While in town nothing seems to make sense. The coroner takes them aside and tells them what really happened to the bodies versus what she was made to put in her report. More people die in this strange matter. Then an attack is made on Mulder, but he survives.

The suspect list is not long as the victims don’t seem to connect. The sheriff is not very helpful. Mulder tries to enlist the help of the local Native American tribe as well. No one seems very excited to solve this case.

What is killing these animals and people? Why do they look as if they have been scoured? Will Mulder and Scully be the next victims? Is the killer a human or a supernatural entity?

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Book: Lemon Meringue Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke (Hannah Swensen 4)

Hannah believes everything is going great until Norman tells her he bought a house and is going to turn it into their dream home. One glance at her finger she doesn’t see a ring. What on earth is he thinking?

The house belonged to Rhonda Scharf. When Norman discovers that it’s chock full of antiques he lets Dolores and Hannah run wide taking what they would like. Hannah makes a grizzly discovery when she ventures into the basement: Rhonda’s dead body. She then searches the garbage and finds dinner for two and the desert was one of Hannah’s very own lemon meringue pies.

Who killed Rhonda? Who was she eating a romantic dinner with? Did he kill her?

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Book: The X-Files: Goblins (X-Files #1) by Charles L. Grant

Mulder and Scully are sent to a small city named Marville to investigate some strange deaths. A long time resident named Elly Lang believes their are goblins and that they are responsible. She carries around a can of orange spray paint to mark the goblins.

Another pair of investigators also joins the two, Webber and Andrews. Their investigation involves a Major and his project on a near by military post. One of the deceased was stationed at this post. The other was retired from the post.

All leads point Mulder and Scully to a top secret military project using some very high tech science that appears to have a few bugs.

What or who is this “goblin?” How far will it go to prevent the truth from being discovered?

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Book: Rum and Razors (Murder, She Wrote #3) by Jessica Fletcher

Jessica goes on vacation to St. Thomas to visit some old friends who moved there and opened up a hotel. The fun, site seeing and island exploring take a twist when Jessica stumbles across a dead body.

Turns out that the dead man is the competition of her friends, which makes them suspects. When the case stalls for the police, Jessica jumps into action.

Who will solve it first, Jessica or the police? Who killed Walter Marschalk and why?

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