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A Fine Dark Line by Joe R. Lansdale

A Fine Dark LineA Fine Dark Line by Joe R. Lansdale (2003)
In East Texas in the late fifties, 13-year-old Stanley Mitchel’s father owns a drive-in at the edge of town. Stanley finds the remains of a burnt out mansion and a cache of hidden love letters in the wooded area behind the theater. When he also finds out that two young girls died mysteriously the night of the fire twenty years before, Stanley investigates.

Her Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen

Her Royal SpynessHer Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen (2007)
In 1930, Lady Georgine is 34th in line for the English throne. Even though she is penniless, royalty just do not get jobs. Georgine starts a specialized maid service, opening and dusting the London townhouses of the landed gentry before they come up to town. However, Georgine’s only employee is herself. As a maid, invisible to people of the upper classes, Georgine finds herself in awkward positions, overhearing conversations and actually stumbling onto a dead body in this fun mystery.