Happ-E Reading, Everyone

We hope you are having pleasant holidays, and enjoying some time to read this season. In case you’ve missed any of our recent releases, here’s a recap of some of our latest books:

Brenda Buchanan:

Truth Beat-A respected priest’s suspicious death leads to revelations in Riverside, Maine.


Dick Cass:

Solo Act-an alcoholic buys a dive bar in Boston and has to prove the death of his jazz-singer lover was not really a suicide.



Bruce Coffin:

Among the Shadows-Fall in Portland, Maine usually arrives as a welcome respite from summer’s sweltering temperatures and, with the tourists gone, a return to normal life—usually. But when a retired cop is murdered, things heat up quickly, setting the city on edge.


Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson: Just to be a bit different, here are the links to an oldie but goodie, the second Face Down mystery, Face Down Upon an Herbal (w/a) Kathy Lynn Emerson, in which Susanna, Lady Appleton celebrates Christmas . . . in the mid-sixteenth century.




Kate Flora:

Led Astray-In the 5th Joe Burgess police procedural, police officers are lured into an ambush. Now Burgess and his team race against time to find the shooter before a police officer’s funeral results in a massacre.

Amazon http://amzn.to/2dvTuxC

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Kobo: https://goo.gl/DDmSdL

Google Play: https://goo.gl/jyGtS6

iTunes: https://goo.gl/g5vmu6

Maureen Milliken:

No News is Bad News-a case from the past haunts Police Chief Pete Novotny, while the unexpected arrival of newspaper editor Bernadette “Bernie” O’Dea’s brother opens a deadly can of worms. What does all this have to do with a hunter’s grisly finding in the woods? The residents of Redimere, Maine, still recovering from the deadly summer of Cold Hard News, brace for more answers they may not want to know.


Brendan Rielly:

An Unbeaten Man-When Bowdoin College microbiologist creates a microbe that instantly cleans up any oil spill, no matter how large, by devouring the oil, that discovery should be the breakthrough that defines a career. But his life is ruined when The Global Group kidnaps his wife and daughter, forcing him to use his microbe to destroy all Saudi and Russian oil.


Barbara Ross:

Iced Under-The snow is deep in Maine’s Busman’s Harbor and the mighty rivers are covered in ice. Snowden Family Clambake Company proprietor Julia Snowden and her mother, Jacqueline, are hunkered down for the winter when a mysterious package arrives—heating up February with an unexpected case of murder . . .

The fifth Maine Clambake Mystery ships on December 27. Here are the links for Kindle, Kobo, Nook, Apple iBooks, and Google.

In case you’re behind on your series (and have a gift card burning a hole in your pocket) all the previous books in the series are on sale on those same platforms.

Lea Wait:

Shadows on a Maine Morning-Antique print dealer Maggie Summer‘s moving to Maine, starting a business with her beau – and adopting a child. But as she struggles with secrets from the past and the present, she begins to wonder whether moving to Maine was the biggest mistake of her life.



Susan Vaughan:

Dark Memories- After museum curator Laura Rossiter witnesses a murder and the cop guarding her is killed, she runs for her life. She survives months by working odd jobs under an assumed name and landing in a Maine resort where she finally feels safe. Until bad-boy Cole Stratton rides his Harley back into her life.






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