that I loved and recommend. (But that I don't feel like reviewing.)
Drown Her Sorrows by Melinda Leigh. Another excellent mystery centered around Sheriff Bree Taggert and Matt Flynn, two characters I like more and more with each book I read. This is the third book in this series, and it's every bit as good as Leigh's previous book, See Her Die. I liked the twists and turns in it. I just wish I didn't have to wait until September to read the next one in this entertaining series.
Her Mother's Grave by Lisa Regan. This third Josie Quinn mystery is another good one. It centers around Josie's less than stellar mother, who she hasn't seen since she was 14, and her own traumatic past. I liked it as much as I did Regan's first two books: Vanishing Girls and The Girl With No Name. I'm really loving this series.
The Monster in the Box by Ruth Rendell. Sam over at Book Chase recommended this book. It's the 22nd book in Rendell's Inspector Wexford series, but the first one I've read. And I loved it. It's a great introduction to Chief Inspector Wexford, and as good as Sam said it was! Be sure to check out his review here ... and then go check out this book.
So, there you have it, three awesome books, especially if you love interesting mysteries with well-written and very likable characters.