Lochte, Dick, Roker, Al

Nobody can dish morning TV like Al Roker, who's seen every side of a business that looks good on camera--even when sharks are circling inside the gleaming glass Manhattan media headquarters. Treachery abounds in Roker's riotously thrilling debut novel--at once an ingenious murder mystery and a delicious behind-the-scenes look at network TV. As fact and fiction collide and the backbiting ignites, The Morning Show Murders will make you wonder:...

Francis, Dick, Francis, Felix

After a six-year absence from the bestseller lists, Dick Francis roared out of the gate with 2006's Under Orders , demonstrating once again every ounce of his famed narrative drive, brilliant plotting, and simmering suspense. Hard on the heels of that triumph comes Dead Heat , set against the backdrop of Britain's famed Two Thousand Guineas Stakes. Max Moreton is a rising culinary star and his Newmarket restaurant, The Hay Net, has brought...

Fluke, Joanne

When Hannah Swensen hears that the Cinnamon Roll Six jazz band will be playing at a festival in Lake Eden, Minnesota, she bakes up a supply of their namesake confections to welcome them. But tragedy strikes when their tour bus overturns on its way into town. And keyboard player Buddy Neiman's minor injuries turn deadly serious when someone plunges surgical scissors into his chest... Turns out, Buddy Neiman isn't the victim's real name. In...

Page, Katherine Hall

In the 20th book in the series, caterer and amateur sleuth Faith Fairchild revisits her wedding to the Reverend Thomas Fairchild--a wedding that turned murderous.

Greenwood, Kerry

Corinna Chapman, talented baker and reluctant investigator, is trying very hard to do nothing at all on her holidays. Her gorgeous Daniel is only intermittently at her side (he's roaming the streets tracking down a multi-thousand dollar corporate theft). Jason, her baking offsider, has gone off to learn how to surf. And Kylie and Goss are fulfilling their lives' ambition auditioning for a soapie. It should be a time of quiet reflection for...

Davidson, Diane Mott

Caterer and sleuth-extraordinaire Goldy Schulz returns in another tasty and suspenseful adventure from the ace of the culinary mystery, "New York Times"-bestselling author Davidson.

Culver, Carol

A Food Critic's Review to Die For Everyone's trying the food fair serrated knife, perfect for slicing, serving, and . . . murder? Hanna Denton has a lot to prove after taking over The Upper Crust, her grandmother's California pie shop. And the Crystal Cove Food Fair is the perfect place to entice new customers. When local food critic Heath Barr serves up detestable reviews of Hanna's pies-not to mention his burning comments about other...

Crawford, Isis

Catering sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons wade into a Celtic knot of malice and mayhem when a St. Patrick's Day celebration goes terribly wrong, in this eighth installment of Crawford's cozy series.

Myers, Tamar

Magdalena is banking when three armed Amish men burst into the bank and start shooting. She collapses, leaving her unprepared husband Gabe to manage the chaos at her popular PennDutch Inn. When questions arise over whether the bandits were really Amish men, Magdalena springs back into action. Because they may be armed, but they may not be Amish...

McRae, Cricket

Harvest time in Cadyville, Washington, finds Sophie Mae Ambrose volunteering at the local organic farm-and trying to make a little sprout of her own with Barr, her police detective husband. But a dead body discovered in the farm's compost heap is enough to cast dark clouds over Sophie Mae's sunny mood. When Barr's boss lets her know they need help identifying the body, a reluctant Sophie Mae presses her network of friends and neighbors into...