DEATH IN THE CARDS, pitched as “Veronica Mars but starring queer, brown girls,” in which a high school tarot reader’s latest client goes missing after a troubling reading and when the client’s younger sister blames her for the disappearance, she must apply everything she’s learned from her private investigator mother and mystery author father to solve her first case.‘s
NYT bestselling author Rachel Howzell Hall’s HAVEN, featuring a private investigator who relocates to an idyllic Northern Californian town and is hired to find a lost goldendoodle—but her search takes an unexpected and dark turn into murder and corruption, in a 2-book deal.
Amber Camp’s GETTING GHOSTED IS MURDER, in which a medium and ghost tour guide’s life takes a deadly turn when her biggest rival is found murdered, forcing her to clear her name before she gets “ghosted” too.
Camille Di Maio’s COME FLY WITH ME, a 1960s story in which two women from disparate backgrounds earn coveted roles as Pan Am stewardesses, but as they travel to exotic destinations as the supermodels of the sky, they encounter love, friendship, and danger, while discovering secrets that will change their lives forever.
Daryl Wood Gerber’s untitled book, in which a New Age spa owner has her head in the clouds but her feet on the ground in Carmel, CA, as she prepares to open her new business, but all the reiki, shiatsu, and massage in the world can’t help her relax when she’s accused of murdering a competitor, in a 3-book deal.
Lucy Connelly’s third book in the AN AMERICAN IN SCOTLAND series, in which it’s Christmas time in Sea Isle, Scotland, and the town doctor has her hands full with her holiday event responsibilities and the discovery of a dead body.
Emma Dues’s RETURN TO MIDNIGHT, in which a true-crime novelist, returns to the “Midnight House,” where several of her college friends were murdered to write the story she’s been too scared to tell, but as she dives into a case that many would like to keep closed, she starts receiving threats pushing her to reveal her well-guarded and deadly secrets.
NYT bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s AN AMATEUR SLEUTH’S GUIDE TO MURDER, the first in a new series set in Bainbridge, Washington, follows a woman who returns home after a broken engagement with one skill set and one desire – to solve crimes like Nancy Drew, but now she just has to stumble into a mystery to solve and discover a dead body (that’s not her cheating ex-fiance), in a 3-book deal.
Rachel Magee’s IT’S ALL RELATIVE, inspired by Shakespeare’s famous comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a lighthearted women’s fiction celebrating the age-old-adage that “the course of true love”—or family, or careers, or a lot of things, actually—”never did run smooth”, in a 2-book deal.
Sandra Block’s THE BACHELORETTE PARTY, when a true-crime-loving bachelorette wakes up from her party to find her best friends missing and blood everywhere, she must solve her own case to save them and herself, with a final twist even she doesn’t see coming.