Suburban squabbles reveal darker secrets in this mystery from the New York Times-bestselling author who "writes with sparkle and warmth" (Chicago Sun Times).
Ever since local developer Fred Stanton and his wife, Mimi, built five modular homes next door to Lucy Stone's farmhouse, life hasn't been the same. With Mimi complaining about everything from the state of Lucy's lawn to another neighbor's lovable dog, quaint
10) Tippy-toe murder
New York Times-Bestselling Author: In this "solid mystery," a very pregnant sleuth races the clock to deliver justice to a killer (San Francisco Chronicle).
With three kids underfoot, a fourth on the way, and an oppressive heat wave bearing down, homemaker Lucy Stone is hardly enjoying an idyllic summer. But her preoccupation with swelling ankles, Bavarian creme doughnut cravings, and sewing sequins
Once again, Leslie Meier gives mystery fans a reason to give thanks for the eccentric charms of Tinker's Cove and the intriguing exploits of its resident amateur sleuth, Lucy Stone.
Turkey Day Murder
Tinker's Cove has a long history of Thanksgiving festivities, from visits with TomTom Turkey to the annual Warriors high school football game and Lucy Stone's impressive pumpkin pie. But this year, someone has added murder to the menu,...
In this little Maine town, Halloween brings a homicide: "[A] charming setting and likable cast...enjoyable reading."—Publishers Weekly
The locals in Tinker's Cove are busy planning haunted-house parties and ghostly galas, and Lucy Stone is whipping up orange-frosted cupcakes, recycling tutus for her daughters' costumes, helping her son with his pre-teen rebellion, and breast-feeding her brand-new baby. But amid
Lucy has barely arrived at her first library board meeting when the new librarian is found dead in the basement. The agitated group assumes Bitsy...
New York Times-Bestselling Author: "A down-to-earth sleuth" investigates carnage at a cookie exchange (Library Journal).
For Lucy Stone, the best thing about Christmas in Tinker's Cove, Maine, has always been the annual Cookie Exchange. But the usual generosity and goodwill is missing from this year's event, which turns out to be a complete disaster. Petty rivalries and feuds that have long been simmering