Book Eleven in the Scrapbooking Mystery Series by Laura Childs and Diana Orgain
Louisiana businessman Jerry Earl Leland served only a fraction of his five-year sentence for white-collar crime, thanks to some political connections and a few greased palms. But he won’t have long to enjoy his freedom…
After Jerry Earl’s early release, his wife, Margo—a much-married Garden District doyenne—throws an extravagant Get Out of Jail Free Party, complete with a Zydeco band, champagne ice luge, and waiters in ties and tails. The guest list includes many prominent New Orleans socialites, as well as scrapbook shop owner Carmela Bertrand and her best friend, Ava Gruiex. But sometime during the swirl of partying and drinking, Jerry Earl is brutally murdered—then stuffed inside a clothes dryer. Click Here to Read More.
“FORMULA FOR MURDER”
Book Three in the Maternal Instincts Mystery Series by Diana Orgain
Bringing up baby—bringing down a killer.
Sleuth and first-time mom Kate Connolly and her baby are the victims of a hit-and-run, but escape unharmed. A witness identifies the car’s French diplomatic license plates, yet when Kate and her hubby try to get some answers, they get le cold shoulder.
But there’s something going on at the French consulate that’s dirtier-and far deadlier-than any diaper.Click Here to Read More.
—Rhys Bowen, award-winning author of the Molly Murphy series
“MOTHERHOOD IS MURDER”
Book Two in the Maternal Instincts Mystery Series by Diana Orgain
Nights out are hard to come by for new mommy Kate Connolly. So when Kate and her husband are invited to a dinner cruise hosted by her new mommy club, Roo & You, they jump at it. But when the president of the club takes a deadly spill, everyone becomes a suspect—and Kate’s on deck to solve the mystery. Click Here to Read More.
—Susan McBride, author of the Debutante Dropout Mysteries
“BUNDLE OF TROUBLE”
Book One in the Maternal Instincts Mystery Series by Diana Orgain
First-time mom Kate Connolly may have found the perfect work-from-home Mommy job: Private Investigator. After all, the hours are flexible, she can bring the baby along on stake-outs, and if you’re going to be up all night anyway, you might as well solve some crimes…Click Here to Read More.
—Gillian Roberts, author of the Amanda Pepper series