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Read the final installment of the Pebble Cove Teahouse Mystery series!
Pebble Cove will never be the same.
The Rickster is notorious for telling tall tales around Pebble Cove. When he’s found on the dock holding a bloody knife, a crumpled body at his feet, of course he has a story to explain it away. But is his plea of innocence just another yarn?
The victim and the Rickster share a long history, and at his pleading, Rosemary digs into the case. Unfortunately, the more she finds, the guiltier the Rickster appears.
Even so, the Rickster’s case brings a welcome reprieve from her other active investigation. With the help of Asher’s distant, living relative, she’s closing in on the truth about her ghostly friend’s murder. But are Rosemary and Asher ready to say goodbye for all eternity?Learn more...
Coming August 12th!
This case has Stoneybrook on pins and needles …
The pink-and-white awning of Stoneybrook’s newest shop, Patchwork Quilts, has locals seeing red. Regardless of the warm welcome the town gave her, Mabel Bailey seems bent on sewing the seeds of competition with Frannie’s Quilt Stop. Slashing prices is one thing, but stealing quilt designs is a crafting faux pas.
When Hadley finds Mabel dead in her quilt shop, the townspeople have to face the terrible truth that one of their own might have taken her out. Or was she running from someone in her past? Honestly, the Stoneybrook rumor mill is out of control, and Hadley’s having a hard time figuring out the truth.
With Paul out of town, and Kevin preoccupied with his campaign for sheriff, Hadley might be the only one who can solve this case. But is even Hadley unprepared for the dark reasoning behind Mabel’s death? Because it’s about to get even worse than it seams.
Recipes included: Meyer lemon marmalade and bergamot-honey syrup.
Coming September 16th 2022!
Could Lou be falling right into the killer’s trap?
Louisa’s first fall in Button is everything she hoped it would be: corn mazes, pumpkin patches, quirky town traditions, and beautiful foliage. The only unexpected thing: a dead body found in a pile of fall leaves.
When Lou starts getting clues via text about the murder, she’s wary, to say the least. Are the clues from the murderer, baiting her into a trap? Or are they from someone who truly wants to help? When Lou is targeted as a suspect in the case, she may not have a choice but to listen. The mystery texter might be the only one who can help prove her innocence.Learn more...