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Murder, She Wrote: Domestic Malice (Murder She Wrote #38)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

HOMEGROWN HOMICIDE Jessica is volunteering at the Cabot Cove women's shelter when a woman walks in bruised physically and mentally. Her husband is a well-respected businessman in town. Could this paragon of virtue be abusing his wife?<P><P> Despite Jessica's support and advice, the woman refuses to stay at the shelter, press charges, or even report the abuse. But a few days later the entire town is shocked to hear that domestic abuse has turned to murder. Investigating the crime, Jessica soon discovers that the woman's family has secrets and lies that go beyond domestic violence--and that the real killer may be hiding behind a wall of silence that could send the wrong person to prison....

Murder, She Wrote: Dying to Retire (Murder She Wrote #21)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Jessica Fletcher is in a Florida retirement community for the funeral of a dear old friend whose heart gave out-only to discover that the woman's death from natural causes may have been artificially induced. <P><P> With the help of a feisty group of young-in-spirit retirees, Jessica must track down the clues and find out who prescribed the fatal treatment...

Murder, She Wrote: A Fatal Feast (Murder She Wrote #32)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

The bird is the world in the USA Today bestselling series Jessica Fletcher would like to relax as Thanksgiving comes to Cabot Cove, but she's hosting a bountiful dinner for an ever-growing guest list. She couldn't be happier with the results-until she stumbles upon a body with a carving knife stuck in its chest...

Murder, She Wrote: The Fine Art of Murder

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

FRAMED? Jessica's art-viewing Italian vacation is interrupted by a pair of gunmen who steal a painting and kill a retired police officer in the process. Agreeing to help identify the crooks should they be caught, Jessica returns to Cabot Cove and puts the shocking experience behind her. Months later, Wayne Simsbury, the stepson of an old friend, comes to her for help. Wayne's father has been shot to death. Not only has Wayne's stepmother, Marlise, been charged with the murder, but Wayne himself claims to have witnessed the crime. Unsure what to do, he has sought out Jessica--the one person his stepmother had always claimed could help with any problem. Now, on top of a seemingly open-and-shut murder case to crack in Chicago, Jessica finds herself back in Italy helping the police make their case against the art thieves--and she faces a looming danger that may connect the Italian killers to the fate of her old friend. . . . .

Murder, She Wrote: The Ghost and Mrs. Fletcher

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher Renée Paley-Bain

Jessica's friend, Eve Simpson is the town's premiere real estate agent and has recently taken on the task of selling one of Cabot Cove's oldest properties--the Spencer Percy House, built in 1805 by a sea captain for his young wife. Its current occupant, Joe Cooper, a crusty former carpenter, is convinced he's about to die and wants the house sold so he can give the proceeds to his grandson, who spent much of his youth there.But Eve's got quite a challenge on her hands. Not only is the building in deplorable physical condition, it is also rumored to be haunted.When Joe's deadly premonition becomes a reality, Dr. Seth Hazlitt is not so sure the man died of natural causes. As Jessica tries to get to the bottom of Joe Cooper's death, a medium hired by Eve attempts to rid the house of the alleged apparition. But if Jessica isn't careful, she may be the one who joins the ranks of the dearly departed.

Murder, She Wrote: Killer in the Kitchen (Murder She Wrote #43)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

In the newest mystery in the USA Today bestselling series, there's a battle brewing in Cabot Cove between two eateries. But when one of the combatants becomes a fatality, Jessica Fletcher will have to get cooking and find a killer... <P><P> Jessica may not know everything about food, but she knows what she likes--and she definitely likes the Leg & Claw restaurant. Opened last summer by young couple Brad and Marcie, the Leg & Claw is their dream come true, combining Marcie's sunny personality with Brad's deft hand in the kitchen. But now their dream is turning into a nightmare. Gerard "Pepe" Lebeouf is a renowned New York City chef who has a summer home in Cabot Cove. And now he's decided to open two new restaurants in Cabot Cove--in an old warehouse right next to the Leg & Claw. As Lebeouf and his crew renovate the warehouse, the people of Cabot Cove slowly come to the realization that the town's newest celebrity may be more trouble than he's worth. His "assistants" are little more than thugs, and the haughty Lebeouf is nowhere near as charming as he seems--leading to a nasty confrontation with Brad. So when Lebeouf is found dead with a knife planted in his chest, Brad naturally becomes suspect number one. But plenty of others had a motive to kill Pepe, and it's up to Jessica to uncover who really added a murder to the menu.

Murder, She Wrote: Knock'em Dead (Murder She Wrote #13)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

When one of her mystery books is turned into a Broadway play, Jessica hits the Big Apple to help out the production. But when dead bodies offstage start upstaging the performers onstage, it's up to Jess to drop the curtain on a killer!

Murder, She Wrote: A Little Yuletide Murder

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Amateur detective Jessica Fletcher is happy to be home in Cabot Cove, Maine, for the holidays. But when the local farmer who portrayed Santa Claus for the past 15 years is killed, Jessica has a murder to wrap up. . . .

Murder, She Wrote: Madison Ave Shoot (Murder She Wrote #31)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

It's lights... Camera... Murder! The USA Today bestselling series-more than 4.5 million copies in print When Jessica Fletcher's nephew, Grady, asks her to visit him in New York City, she's happy to reunite. <P><P>The production firm Grady works for is creating commercials featuring big-name celebrities, and he has proposed that Jessica star in one. She reluctantly agrees. But when one of the most creative-and despised-bigwigs is found murdered on the set, there's a long list of suspects. And Jessica soon finds herself not just a witness in a murder case-but the only one who can uncover the killer...

Murder, She Wrote: The Maine Mutiny

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Jessica Fletcher finds herself in an incredibly compromising situation, awakening on a lobster boat adrift in Cabot Cove to discover she's not alone: there's a dead body aboard. Jessica soon finds herself in a swirling investigation that involves the sleepy town of Cabot Cove and its lobstermen. The town wants to throw a gala pageant to attract tourists, and the town's board wants the lobstermen to hold off selling recent harvests in order to serve the inevitable demand. The fishermen are not pleased with this strain on their livelihoods. Tempers begin to flare, but no one could foresee that the escalation of accidents and mishaps would end in murder. . . with Jessica at the center of it all.

Murder, She Wrote: Majoring In Murder (Murder She Wrote #19)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Celebrity mystery writer Jessica Fletcher is riding out Schoolman College's first tornado in over sixty years. As a visiting professor, she is there to teach a creative writing class. But after two men choose to brave the tornado rather than take shelter and one of them is found dead-Jessica wonders if her darkest suspicions are strictly academic.

Murder, She Wrote: Manhattans & Murder (Murder She Wrote #2)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

This is the first in a series of mystery novels, based on the TV show, "Murder, She Wrote", and its heroine, Jessica Fletcher. Jessica travels to New York to publicize her latest book and do some Christmas shopping, but her witnessing of the murder of a sidewalk Santa changes everything.

Murder, She Wrote: Margaritas & Murder

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

San Miguel de Allende is a picturesque town in central Mexico's highlands that attracts artists, retirees, and those in need of some rest and relaxation. So when publisher Vaughan Buckley and his wife, Olga, invite Jessica to join them for a little R & R, she jumps at the opportunity to spend time basking in the sun and enjoying Mexican culture with her friends. But there are those who don't share Jessica's appreciation for the arts. Ruthless kidnappers abduct Vaughan and demand a considerable ransom for his safe return--or else Olga will be made a widow. Jessica can't imagine why local criminals would be interested in Vaughan. To solve the mystery, she turns her attention to his friends in San Miguel--friends who don't appreciate Jessica poking her nose into their business. . . . .

Murder, She Wrote: Martinis and Mayhem (Murder She Wrote #5)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Jessica Fletcher is promoting her new book in San Francisco, and doesn't know that solving a murder mystery may be pencilled into her agenda. She pays a visit to a women's prison, where a mysterious diary is slipped into her bag. Its poignant contents set Jessica the task of seeking proper justice.

Murder, She Wrote: Murder in a Minor Key (Murder She Wrote #16)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

A Funeral in New OrleansJessica Fletcher has a writer's conference in New Orleans and can't resist staying an extra week for the annual Jazz Festival.<P><P> In her short time there, she gets a chance to sample everything the city has to offer-- its delectable food, its wonderful music and, of course, its unique brand of murder and corruption...Arts critic Wayne Copely is desperately searching for the fabled recordings of New Orleans jazz legend Little Red LeCoeur. But when he hears that his old friend Jessica Fletcher is in town, he's more than happy to take a break from work and give her an insider's view of the festival. <P>Unfortunately, her jazz lesson and his search are tragically cut short when he turns up dead next to the grave of an old voodoo queen. And when the cops pass off the bizarre event as a mere 'accidental death', it's up to Jessica to get to the bottom of it...

Murder, She Wrote: Murder in Moscow (Murder She Wrote #10)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Mystery writer and amateur sleuth Jessica Fletcher visits Moscow as part of a United States publishing group to help Russia succeed as a democracy. <P><p> But the poisoning of a Russian publisher, who possessed information which could topple the government in power, places her in a dangerous situation. Jess turns to the American Embassy for help, only to discover that the United States government is involved. . . .

Murder, She Wrote: Murder on Parade (Murder She Wrote #29)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Every Fourth of July, the town of Cabot Cove hosts an elaborate celebration and no one is more enthusiastic than the town?s newest resident, corporate mogul Joseph Lennon. He's desperate to give the town an unwanted 21st century makeover, including financing a fireworks extravaganza to rival New York City's. But when Lennon's lifeless body is found floating in the water outside his office, Jessica Fletcher has no choice but to investigate her fellow Cabot Cove citizens to find out if one of them is capable of murder...

Murder, She Wrote: Murder on the QE2 (Murder She Wrote #9)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Bestselling mystery writer and amateur sleuth Jessica Fletcher is invited to travel to London on the grand dame of ocean liners, the Queen Elizabeth II, as one of seven guest lecturers.<P><P> The night they set sail, a fellow speaker is found brutally murdered. Now Jessica has just four days at sea to find the killer. . . before she finds more of her colleagues, or even herself, dead in the water! .

Murder, She Wrote: Nashville Noir

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

In the brand-new novel in the USA Today bestselling series, Jessica Fletcher learns that some songs end on a fatal note. Jessica Fletcher knows that creativity must be nurtured. So when a young lady from Cabot Cove shows promise as a singer and songwriter, Jessica and a local citizens committee send Cyndi on a scholarship trip to Nashville, Tennessee, where she can benefit from professional instruction. Only weeks later, Cabot Cove is shocked to hear of the cold-blooded murder of a brash country music publisher-by the young talent Cyndi! And as Cyndi's mother begs Jessica to help her daughter, Jess heads to the country music capital of the world to help the wayward starlet. Jessica finds that the murdered man was no country gentleman, with a list of ex-wives, cheated partners, swindled singers, and stolen songs that has Jessica swinging to-and-fro in the search for a killer. And if she can't uncover the culprit soon, Jessica knows that poor Cyndi will never get the chance for an encore. . .

Murder, She Wrote: Panning For Murder (Murder She Wrote #28)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Jessica's plans to enjoy a relaxing cruise to Alaska are dashed when her friend Kathy Copeland joins her. Kathy's sister vanished from the very same vessel on a prior voyage, and though Wilimena often disappeared on flights of fancy, this time Kathy is convinced of foul play. <P><P>The Copeland sisters had a notorious aunt the most famous madam in Alaskan history who, rumor has it, struck it rich during the Gold Rush. It seems the daring Wilimena has gone in search of the treasure, and may have attracted the wrong kind of attention. Suddenly, Jessica's vacation becomes a challenging investigation. And before she and Kathy are even halfway to their destination, Jessica senses that someone is watching every move they make.

Murder, She Wrote: Prescription For Murder (Murder She Wrote #39)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

In the newest novel in the USA Today bestselling series, Jessica Fletcher must diagnose a killer with a taste for bad medicine... Jessica's latest book tour brings her to Tampa, Florida, where she meets up with an old friend, Cabot Cove's Dr. Seth Hazlitt. <P><P>Seth is in town visiting Alvaro Vasquez, a renowned physician who is developing a potentially groundbreaking cure for Alzheimer's disease. If he's successful, his American backers stand to make millions. But there's a growing fear that the drug may fall into the wrong hands.Jessica attends a party at Vasquez's lavish home, but the celebration ends abruptly when Vasquez seems to be struck by lightning. Jessica and Seth do some digging into the physician's checkered past and learn that his death was no accident. <P>As they work together to find a cure for the common killer, they become enmeshed in international intrigue involving the local police, the FBI, and the CIA--and begin to wonder whether they'll ever see Cabot Cove again.

Murder, She Wrote: Provence--To Die For (Murder She Wrote #17)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

In her seventeeth book adventure, bestselling author Jessica Fletcher travels to provence for some haute cuisine, and becomes embroiled in a culinary murder mystery.

Murder, She Wrote: The Queen's Jewels

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Jessica Fletcher has always wanted to take a transatlantic voyage on the legendary Queen Mary 2. Now, she's finally getting her chance. But when the investigation of a stolen diamond follows her up the gangplank, she must try to enjoy the sumptuous seaborne surroundings while searching for a priceless diamond-and the person desperate enough to take a life for it. .

Murder, She Wrote: A Question of Murder (Murder She Wrote #25)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Jessica Fletcher is in the Berkshires attending a writers' conference at a historic mansion where her friends the Savoys are hosting a murder-mystery party. As both a crime solver and a mystery author, Jessica is an old hand at this kind of thing. <P><P>So she swears to the Savoys that she won't reveal the secrets of their play and goes about enjoying the weekend with her colleagues. <P> But when a young actor's murder scene appears all too real, no one can tell what's scripted and what isn't. They say the show must go on, but everyone is wondering: Who really dunit?

Murder, She Wrote: Rum and Razors (Murder She Wrote #3)

by Donald Bain Jessica Fletcher

Learning about the financial troubles of inn owners Laurie and Walter Marschalk, Jessica tries to enjoy her lagoon vacation anyway, until Walter's untimely death causes the sleuthing author to investigate a rival hotelier.

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