Elaine Todd worked for her uncle, Aaron Todd, at his copper mine. Aaron clashed with the mine’s foreman, Brad Winters, and during an angry confrontation, fired him. That night in a drunken rage Brad showed up at Aaron’s isolated lodge--and the result was murder. When Aaron’s long-time rival, Vince Gillette, appeared to deepen the mystery that surrounded the mine, Elaine worked alone to find the killer. Romantic Suspense by Loretta Jackson; originally published by Golden Meteorite Press
Davinia Blythe had lost her young husband suddenly. So she went to his family home, Blythe Wyngate, and was originally welcomed. Until it became known that she was pregnant, with the possible heir if her child was a boy. Then she was pushed off the windmill stairs. Who could have done it but Homer, who had assumed he was the heir and taken charge of Wyngate? Victorian Romantic Suspense by Joan Smith; originally published by Fawcett Crest
Is the decaying Victorian mansion on Crabtree Hill really haunted? Identical twins Chris and Susan Pratt decide there’s no time like Halloween to find out. Then another mystery arises: what to do when they both fall for the same boy. A third mystery: how to make the annual Halloween Dance special. The girls encounter unexpected tricks and treats as they cleverly solve all three mysteries. Young Adult Fiction by Cynthia Blair; originally published by Fawcett Juniper
Priscilla Harrowby, a spoiled beauty, was urged to only one goal—to marry a rich man. But she encountered Nick Cannon, an American who saw through her party manners to her real self. After spending a night of passion together, Nick returned to America for his desperately ill mother, and when he returned to England, Priscilla had changed into a striking woman—who refused to consider marriage. Victorian Romance by Martha Schroeder; originally published by Zebra
In 1715, decades before a police force in Britain, Gideon Fitzsimmons, Viscount St. Mars, is falsely accused of murdering his own father. He must evade the men who would hang him, while trying to unmask his father's killer. His one true-hearted friend, Mrs. Kean, waiting woman to the lady he had hoped to make his wife, will becomes his eyes and ears in society. Historical mystery by Patricia Wynn; originally published by Pemberley Press.