Literary Mysteries

A Most Unpleasant Picture

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A Most Unpleasant Picture

Professional art authenticator Leonard Anderson covets his patron Luella Parson's Cartwright drawings so much that he decides to substitute his own clever forgeries for the originals and set fire to her mansion to hide evidence of fraud. Unfortunately, dear old Luella perishes in the fire too. But that's only the beginning of Leonard's problems. >>

A Most Unpleasant Wedding

A Most Unpleasant Wedding

A Most Unpleasant Wedding is Judith Alguire's most recent Rudley Mystery, named for the cantankerous proprietor of The Pleasant Inn. A wedding held at the Pleasant turns from hopeful to horror when a body of a neighbour is discovered behind the inn. >>

All Pure Souls

All Pure Souls

Inspector Aliette Nouvelle returns to solve the case of the murder of a Marilyn Monroe look-alike in a French brothel. >>

Blue Vengeance

Blue Vengeance

In the spring of 1964, troubled teenager Cookie Blue is found dead in the Red River.Blue Vengeance follows her younger brother Danny and Cookie's friend Janine through a lazy Winnipeg summer, as they plot to kill the despised teacher they blame for Cookie's death. >>

Cherry Bites

Cherry Bites

On a summer day in 1954, four-year-old Cherry Ring bites her baby brother Pete on the cheek, scarring him for life. Cherry really is sorry, but the bite marks the beginning of a troubled relationship between the siblings that will last a lifetime. >>

Death in Cold Type

Death in Cold Type

Leo Fabiani is drawn in to investigate the murder of a respected philanthropist and scion of an Winnipeg newspaper family—which threatens his colleagues and the woman he loves. >>

Executor

Executor

When Peter Forrest agrees to be a well-known poet's literary executor, he has no idea of the danger he's putting himself, his wife, and their three adopted daughters in. >>

Front Porch Mannequins

Front Porch Mannequins

Nana Underhill's intoxicated plan to run Lily over with her car seemed like a good idea at the time. >>

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