Read the best of Crime/Mystery Novel Loglines. Part 2:

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Read the best of Crime/Mystery Novel Loglines. Part 2:

DAISY HILL, by Jessub Flower

DANGEROUS PROPOSAL, by Jessica Lauryn

DANGEROUS TIMES, by Phillip Frey

THE DAZZLING DARKNESS, by Paula Cappa

DEAD MULES, by Dave Folsom

DEADLY INVISIBLE ENEMIES, by Harold L. Brown

DESERVING OF DEATH, by James Paddock

DEATH IN DISGUISE, by Lewis J. Cooke

DEATH OF THE BODY, by Rick Chiantaretto

DEATH OF A DIVA: FROM BERLIN TO BROADWAY, by Brigitte Goldstein

THE DEAD STILL WALK, by Gary Towner

DEADLY PLEASURES, by Mary Firmin

DESERVING OF DEATH, by James Paddock

DIAMONDS AREN’T FOREVER, by JL Mitchell

DOUBLE UGLY, by Jim Murray

THE DYING DANCE, by Ricardo O.M. Fleshman

EANIE MEANIE MINIE NO, by Sandra S. Kerns

EASY INNOCENCE, by Libby Hellman

ETERNAL WISH, by Dana Cariola

FAMILY TREE, by Andrea Carr

FINAL HEARING, by Oscar Sanders

FIRAMENT, by Lawrence Clarke

FIREFALL, by JH Bogran

FOREST ON FIRE, by Eric Baker

GUARDING SHAKESPEARE, by Quintin Peterson

GERM LINE, by Stephen Carter

THE HEART OF APPLEBUTTER, by Donna W. Hill

HELLBOUND, by Chester D. Campbell

HELL TO PLAY, by Jenny Thomson

HIDDEN DESIRES, by Susan K. Droney

HURTING MY TOYS SPIRITUAL SUICIDE, by David L. Tamarin

THE HUT IN THE WOODS, by VLZ

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