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A deadly feast / Burdette, Lucy

Food writers -- Florida -- Key West -- Fiction.
Key West (Fla.) -- Fiction
Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Mystery fiction
Women journalists -- Fiction

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A witch to remember / Blake, Heather

Merriweather, Darcy (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Murder -- Fiction
Mystery fiction
Occult fiction.
Weddings -- Fiction
Witches -- Fiction

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All the night gone : a novel / Uswak, Sabrina.

A beautiful little novella about family and the complexity of loving and losing the people in it, combined with absolutely beautiful descriptions of the prairie landscape of Canada.

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Almost home / Carter, Mary

Whale Island / Cathy Lamb --

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Bite club / Berenson, Laurien

Maryland -- Fiction
Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Mystery fiction
Travis, Melanie (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Women dog owners -- Fiction
Women private investigators -- Fiction

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Broken / Zanetti, Rebecca

Reporters and reporting -- Fiction
Romantic suspense fiction
Serial murder investigation -- Fiction
Veterans -- Fiction

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Butterfly Bayou / Blake, Lexi

"Life in Dallas took a tragic turn for nurse practitioner Lila Daley. In need of a fresh start, she retreats to Papillon, Louisiana, a tiny town on the bayou. Sure she's greeted by a gator, finds herself in the middle of golf cart wars, and unwittingly adopts a scruffy dog, but Lila remains undaunted. She's focused on running the town's medical clinic, but fitting into the quirky community is harder than she imagined. As a single dad, Sheriff Armie LaVigne embraces routine. But there is nothing routine about the town's newest resident. Lila is a gorgeous fish out of water and he's ready to catch her. In fact, in no time at all, Armie knows Lila is the woman for him and he plans to win her heart. But when the past threatens their happiness, Armie will have to decide if he has the courage to trust Lila enough to find a true happily ever after"--Provided by publisher.

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Call it magic / Chapman, Janet

Fire fighters -- Fiction
Paranormal romance stories
Women fire fighters -- Fiction.

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Death of a telenovela star / Dovalpage, Teresa

"Former Havana detective Marlene Martainez, now happily running a bakery in Miami, has booked a week-long Carribbean cruise with her niece, Sarita, as the girl's quincea©łera present. Sarita is beyond thrilled to discover that a Cuban telenovela star, Carloalberto, is also aboard for the trip. But even while trying to keep her niece away from the unsettlingly handsome actor, Marlene gets the feeling Carloalberto is in some kind of trouble-he is constantly on edge, and shady characters seem to find their way to him. When murder occurs aboard the North Star, Marlene will rely on instincts she hoped never to use again"--Provided by publisher.

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If it bleeds : new fiction / King, Stephen

"The four never-before-published novellas in this collection represent horror master King at his finest, using the weird and uncanny to riff on mortality, the price of creativity, and the unpredictable consequences of material attachments. A teenager discovers that a dead friend's cell phone, which was buried with the body, still communicates from beyond the grave in 'Mr. Harrigan's Phone,' which reads like a Twilight Zone episode infused with an EC Comics vibe. In the profoundly moving 'The Life of Chuck,' a series of apocalyptic incidents bear out one character's claim that 'when a man or a woman dies, a whole world falls to ruin.' 'Rat' sees a frustrated writer strike a Faustian bargain to complete his novel, and in the title story, private investigator Holly Gibney, the recurring heroine of King's Bill Hodges trilogy and The Outsider, faces off against a ghoulish television newscaster who vampirically feeds off the anguish he provokes in his audience by covering horrific tragedies"--Publishers Weekly.