February Edition

Patricia Highsmith - Criminal Desire

Left Coast Crime - Lefty Award Nominees

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Lefty Best Humorous Mystery

To sample any of the titles below, just click preview. Winner in bold.

Donna Andrews, Lord of the Wings (Minotaur Books)

"With Lord of the Wings, readers can look forward to another zany Meg Langslow mystery--this one filled with Halloween spirit and suspense."

Ellen Byron, Plantation Shudders (Crooked Lane Books)

"Plantation Shudders is a delight -- a fast, fun read. Ellen Byron is a new cozy voice with a charming Southern accent. You'll love this novel and its colorful Louisiana characters." --Elaine Viets, author of Checked Out, a Dead-End Job mystery

Jess Lourey, February Fever (Midnight Ink)

"Lourey skillfully mixes humor and suspense . . . the characters are wonderful and wacky, and the mile-a-minute pace never falters."-- BOOKLIST (STARRED REVIEW)

Cindy Sample, Dying for a Donut (Cindy Sample Books)

"Cindy Sample has cooked up another delicious mystery starring Laurel McKay, soccer mom extraordinaire. Dying for a Donut offers romance, intrigue and fun set in California's scenic Gold Country. If you're hungry for a 5-star cozy mystery, you'll be glad Dying for a Donut heads the menu." --Mary Beth Magee, National Reviewer, Examiner.com

Diane Vallere, Crushed Velvet (Berkley Prime Crime)

"Crushed Velvet was a catchy and quick read, and Poly is the perfect protagonist - sharp as a pin with more tricks up her sleeve than a fabric store has notions." --The Girl With Book Lungs

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