50% Off Murder (Good Buy Girls #1) by Josie Belle (Berkley Prime Crime mass market, 3 April 2012).
Maggie Gerber is a founding member of the Good Buy Girls. Her life is turned upside down when her old flame, Sam Collins moves back to town as the new sheriff. Things become even more insane when she finds a dead man in the town library. Now it's up to Maggie and the rest of the Good Buy Girls to use their bargain-hunting skills to hunt a killer.
Dread on Arrival (Hemlock Falls #17) by Claudia Bishop (Berkley Prime Crime mass market, 3 April 2012).
Two employees of antique-collecting shows come to Hemlock Falls to have it out in a cooking contest. Inn owners Meg and Sarah Quilliam are experts at appraising motives for murder, which comes in handy when one of them keels over on camera.
Reap What You Sew (Southern Sewing Circle #5) by Elizabeth Lynn Casey (Berkley Prime Crime mass market, 3 April 2012).
The filming of a movie in Sweet Briar has everyone hoping to be cast as an extra, and Tori Sinclair lands the job. When the leading actress is found murdered, suspicion falls on a member of the sewing circle, and Tori has to catch the killer to keep everyone from coming apart at the seams.
A Killer Read (Ashton Corners Book Club #1) by Erika Chase (Berkley Prime Crime mass market, 3 April 2012).
The first meeting of the Ashton Corners Mystery Readers and Cheese Straws Society quickly becomes more than the six members had in mind. Gathering in Molly Matthews' old Southern mansion, the mystery club meeting becomes the scene of an actual murder after a stranger is shot and no one knows who the victim is, or how Molly's antique gun became the murder weapon.
Hounds Abound (Pet Rescue #3) by Linda O. Johnston (Berkley Prime Crime mass market, 3 April 2012).
Animal shelter manager and amateur sleuth Lauren Vancouver finds herself mixed up in a murder that may close a much-needed shelter. She'll have to keep herself and her animals safe from an unleashed killer.
The Scarlet Pepper (White House Gardener #2) by Dorothy St. James (Berkley Prime Crime, 3 April 2012).
Casey Calhoun, the White House's organic gardener, is up to her elbows in dirt. Someone starts tampering with the garden, embarrassing the First Lady, and when an investigative reporter is found dead, Casey's afraid the next thing in the dirt might be her.