Cordelia opened a craft center, and Meg and family jumps to help. But acts of vandalism and the escalation that make them wonder if it’s pressure to make her sell?
Genre: amateur sleuth
A bust of Queen Nefertiti is stolen, and Amelia is the target of assassins while a brilliant criminal offers his final challenge… and may be unmasked at last.
An anthology of the last three stories in the Lord Peter Wimsey mystery series that sees Lord and Lady Peter with their family.
It’s Mother’s fault no one has enough time to design their room, and its Meg’s bargain that finds her pitching in to deal with flamboyant personalities and massive egos.
A suspicious Halloween fire burns the museum and all too soon a real body mars the town’s creepy fun, and it’s up to Meg to save Halloween.
It’s a battle over inheritance when the family dukes it out over who gets The Birches. It’s better than TV as the island soap opera begins, but it turns tragic as people begin to die.
A French vineyard faces a hostile takeover by foreigners, and wine expert Benjamin Cooker audits the books only to be faced with an unexpected drowning.
A quirky collection of nine short stories of mystery — six with Faith Fairchild and three not, some confusing, others intriguing.
I’m very conflicted on how to rate this. Part of me wants to give it a “2” as I simply do not view this as a mystery. It’s more like a story about wine and the tasting of and a visit into the history of collaborationist France during World War II. It doesn’t feel like a legitimate mystery story. And yet, I do enjoy the comparisons.
I love reading about Benjamin tasting the wines. It makes me want to visit France
Eager for adventure, Wilma and Simon take off. It’s Östen Marjavaara who finds them, and he swears off river water for the rest of his life.