Welcome to the March Street Café, where coffee, sandwiches, and murder are on the menu.
The Bingo Jubilee was going great! Most of Marchville was competing for the giant cash prize, but for Kelly it was just a good catering job.
The night was filled with fun, games, and all the secrets and rivalries of a small town. Despite that, the pay was good and the work took Kelly's mind off some recent disturbing news.
Yes, the Bingo Jubilee was going great....until they found the body.
Now Kelly is once more flung into the middle of an investigation. Will she find the culprit before they strike again, and will Grandma Iris get the scoop to dish on her arch-rival Shirley?
March Street Mayhem is the second short cozy mystery in the March Street Cozy Mysteries. It has no sex, no gore, and no swearing. It’s a short read, perfect for giving yourself a little treat in between tasks in your busy day.
Welcome to the March Street Cafe. My name’s Kelly, and I’ll be your server today.
I think I’ve said those words a hundred times. But I’m more than just a server.
I’m a painter. In fact, a few of my paintings hang on the wall in the March Street Cafe.
I’m a dog-lover. I walk Buddy the bulldog every morning and every night, even though he never obeys my commands.
I’m a granddaughter. I live with my Grandma Iris, taking care of her and Buddy after she had a fall.
And now, I’m a woman trying to solve a murder.
March Street Murder is a new short cozy mystery by Estelle Richards, author of the Lisa Chance Cozy Mysteries. It has no sex, no gore, and no swearing. It’s a short read, perfect for giving yourself a little treat in between tasks in your busy day.
One last chance to get things right.
Too old for Hollywood at age 29, Lisa Chance leaves her failed acting career and a cheating boyfriend in LA and goes home to Moss Creek, Arizona.
The Folly, a stately 1870s mansion in the middle of her hometown, has always drawn Lisa like a magnet. She thought she was done with that place, but now she has the chance to turn it into the coffee shop of her dreams.
But when a dead body turns up on the property, she’s the prime suspect in the murder. Can Lisa figure out whodunit, or will she lose her last chance at happiness?
Last Chance for Murder is the first book in a new cozy mystery series, a series with no graphic sex or violence and no strong language. Read it today!
She’s done with the movies, but the movies aren’t done with her.
Lisa Chance has it all. Her coffee shop is starting to succeed and her relationship with her new boyfriend is getting closer. She doesn’t miss her old life in Hollywood at all.
But when a film crew comes to town, she’s roped into working on the movie set. Worse, her ex-boyfriend Dylan thinks his role in the film is the perfect opportunity to win her back.
Lisa’s delicate balancing act crumbles when there’s a murder on set – and Dylan is the primary suspect. Can Lisa clear her ex’s name? Or will Dylan get a second chance to ruin her life?
Book 2 in the Lisa Chance Cozy Mystery series, a series with no graphic sex or violence and no strong language. Read it today!
Small town politics can be murder.
Until she went with her boyfriend to ask the mayor to fund a spay and neuter clinic, Lisa Chance had never even set foot in city hall. But this all changes after the mayor is caught in an illegal gambling ring and fired.
With the town’s political landscape turned upside down, long-simmering tensions threaten the peace and stability of Moss Creek.
Now Lisa’s mother feels it’s her duty to run for the vacant office, and ropes Lisa into acting as her campaign manager.
When a murder disrupts the rival campaign, it seems no one in town is safe. Can Lisa find the killer in time to protect the town and the people she loves?
Book 3 in the Lisa Chance Cozy Mystery series, a series with no graphic sex or violence and no strong language. Read it today!