I have really enjoyed Gail Bowen’s Joanne Kilbourn series over the years. It’s not very well known in the US, probably because it’s set in Canada, and features Kilbourn, who is a political operative in the Canadian parliamentary system, which may be a little unfamiliar to those on the south side of the border. But I’ve really enjoyed the characters, and the cases, and Joanne’s increasing maturity and developing relationships throughout the series. Right now (April 15, 2021) there are three Joanne Kilbourn omnibuses on sale, and together they give you a good chunk of the series at attractive prices – assuming you need all of the books in each omnibus. There are two omnibuses that have three titles each, covering the first six titles in the series. Both are currently price-dropped to $7.99 each. Then there is one omnibus containing the the 9th through 14th books, and it has dropped to $8.99. I have no idea why books 7 and 8, and all of the later books in the series aren’t in nice omnibuses like this, and sadly the books that are not part of the omnibuses are really expensive ($11.99-ish), and almost never seem to go on sale.
The Joanne Kilbourn Mysteries 3-Book Bundle Volume 2, apa The Further Investigations of Joanne Kilbourn, contains: A Colder Kind of Death (which won the 1995 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel), A Killing Spring, and Verdict in Blood
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