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Posted on Feb 28, 2017 in Category Spotlight, What We're Reading Now

This Week’s Spotlight Fiction

This week, stay up past your bedtime with two new mysteries!

Banana Cream Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke

Banana Cream Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke, fictionJoanne Fluke returns with a sweet new whodunit in the Hannah Swensen mystery series (with recipes!). Returning to Lake Eden from a romantic honeymoon cruise, Hannah is looking forward to settling down as a newlywed. But that’s not quite in the cards after her mother’s neighbor is found murdered in the condo downstairs. The police claim the murderer is simply a random intruder, but Victoria Bascomb, once a renowned stage actress, had a lot of enemies. With oodles of suspects to sort through, Hannah soon finds that solving this crime may be more difficult than mixing up the perfect banana cream pie.
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Bone Box, by Faye Kellerman

Bone Box by Faye Kellerman, fictionOut on a walk one brilliant September morning, Rina Lazarus makes a startling discovery in the woods near her upstate New York home. Rina immediately calls her husband, detective Peter Decker, to tell him what she’s found: a box of human remains. The bucolic setting is quickly transformed into a frantic scene, but there isn’t much physical evidence: a skull wound and a few strands of long, dark hair. But soon more remains are found in the area, and the small Greenbury Police department finds itself stretched pretty thin. It’s clear the victims were likely missing students from the Five Colleges of Upstate, where Rina works. Rina, Decker, and his partner McAdams soon discover there may be a psychopathic killer still in the area, and on the hunt.
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