Books by Corinne Holt Sawyer

MURDER OLê! by Corinne Holt Sawyer
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 8, 1997

"Harmless but ho-hum."
A seventh mystery to be resolved by petite, white-haired Angela Benbow (The Geezer Factory Murders, 1996, etc.), a resident of the California retirement community called Camden-Sur-Mer. Read full book review >
THE GEEZER FACTORY MURDERS by Corinne Holt Sawyer
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 24, 1996

"It would require the comic skills of a P.G. Wodehouse to give this series some salutary life, and such skills are not evident here."
Camden-sur-Mer is the prettiest, poshest, most begardened and beservanted retirement community in the vicinity of El Paso. Read full book review >
HO-HO HOMICIDE by Corinne Holt Sawyer
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 18, 1995

"Martinez that leaves his helpers, still chirping, to patiently wait for the next interminable coffee klatch."
Yet another tedious go-round with the pair of in-house, would- be sleuths at Camden-sur-Mer, a retirement home in southern California (Murder Has No Calories, 1994, etc.). Read full book review >
MURDER HAS NO CALORIES by Corinne Holt Sawyer
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 18, 1994

"As in Murder by Owl Light (1992) and its brethren, suspicious behavior substitutes for mystery, and matey, good-natured bonhomie for wit."
No calories, maybe, but an awful lot of fat, as little old lady Angela Benbow and her friend, big old lady Caledonia Wingate, find out when they go undercover as a favor to Angela's friend Dorothy McGraw, whose Time-Out Inn is doomed to extinction if somebody doesn't clear up the mystery of who boiled Dorothy's assistant Jenny Adler in a hot tub. Read full book review >
MURDER BY OWL LIGHT by Corinne Holt Sawyer
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 15, 1992

"A downer."
Another charmless story set in the California retirement complex of Camden-sur-Mer, where massive Caledonia Wingate and her tiny friend Angela Benbow fancy themselves as sleuthing aides to the police (The J. Alfred Prufrock Murders, 1988, etc.). Read full book review >