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Rattlesnake Hill

It’s November in the Berkshires, a dreary time of dwindling light when the tourists have fled along with the last gasp of fall foliage. So when a stranger shows up in the sleepy hilltown of New Nottingham and starts asking questions, the locals don’t exactly roll out the welcome wagon.

Bostonian Kathryn Stinson is on a deeply personal quest to solve a family mystery: the identity of a nameless beauty in an old photograph an ancestor brought with him to California over a century ago. But, as Kathryn quickly discovers, the hills possess a host of dark secrets – both ancient and new – that can only be revealed at the price of danger and even death.

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Hardcover ISBN: 978067819976 Paperback ISBN: 0-373-26523-9

Murder at Plimoth Plantation

It’s the week before Thanksgiving, and history textbook writer Miranda Lewis has deadlines to meet. But when a routine check-in call to her young niece ends in tears and a hang-up, Miranda hurries to Plimoth Plantation, where her niece works as an interpreter. The day after her arrival, the already explosive atmosphere turns violent when someone beheads the interpreter who portrays Miles Standish. With suspicion falling on her niece, Miranda sets out to uncover the truth.

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Hardcover ISBN: 9781594142888 Paperback ISBN: 0-373-26590-5

Murder at Gettysburg

When Miranda Lewis accepts an invitation from her old college roommate and her roommate’s father, a handsome courtly Virginian, to attend the reenactment of the Gettysburg Battle over the Fourth of July Weekend, she hopes to recapture the magic of the long-ago summer she spent with them, But the jaunt down memory lane turns into a nightmare when her roommate’s estranged husband Wiley, a hardcore Confederate reenactor, is shot in the leg and dies of a heart attack while reenacting Pickett’s Charge.

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Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-59414-866-4 Paperback ISBN: 978-0-373-26792-7

Murder at Spouters Point

When workaholic writer Miranda Lewis and her boyfriend, Nate Barnes, a hot-tempered former American Indian Movement activist, visit friends—hers at the Spouters Point Maritime Museum, and his at a nearby Native-owned gambling casino—they know it’s not going to be smooth sailing. But neither anticipates the storm that’s about to break when Miranda’s friend’s yachtsman fiancé is brutally murdered, and Nate’s casino friend is the leading suspect.

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