In Delores Fossen’s ‘Sheriff in the Saddle,’ Everyone Is a Suspect [REVIEW]

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Someone doesn’t want her to be sheriff. (Photo by Canva)

It is to be the party of the year. But someone ends up dead and the host is the most likely suspect. Even as the new sheriff investigates the case, she must get to the truth and ignore her personal feelings about the people involved. But can she find the killer before the body count climbs even higher? Find out in the first novel in Delores Fossen’s new Law in Lubbock County series, Sheriff in the Saddle.

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Secrets Abound in Colleen Coble’s ‘One Little Lie’ [REVIEW]

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Welcome to Colleen Coble’s Pelican Harbor, a tranquil—and deadly—spot to call home. (Photo courtesy Canva).

Pelican Harbor is a picturesque little community. It doesn’t seem possible that anything bad could ever happen here. But vice happens where you least expect it. Yet murders are on the rise and the new sheriff in town must catch a killer to prove her mettle in One Little Lie, the debut novel in Colleen Coble’s latest series.

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