What are the best lesbian books with crime and mystery?

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    #1Madness in Small Towns (Small Town Series)

    Madness in Small Towns (Small Town Series)

    Madness in Small Towns is a crime and mystery romance book written by Iza Moreau. Madness in Small Towns was published on February 4, 2013 by Black Bay Books. It is the second book in the Small Town Series.

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    Henry Gray
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "I read this book and I have mixing feelings. There are exiting parts but also the story is not original enough."
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    #2Busy Bees (The Morelville Mysteries)

    Busy Bees (The Morelville Mysteries)
    Busy Bees is a crime and mystery romance book written by Anne Hagan. Busy Bees was published on February 25, 2015 by Jug Run Press. It is the second book in the Morelville Mysteries.
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    Li Ma
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "I think this should have stopped after the first book. It wasn't very good and this one is just bad. I couldn't even finish it."
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    #3The News in Small Towns (Small Town Series)

    The News in Small Towns (Small Town Series)

    The News in Small Towns is a crime and mystery romance book written by Iza Moreau. The News in Small Towns was published on August 20, 2012 by Black Bay Books. It is the first book in the Small Town Series.

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    Julie Hicks
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "The last book club that I went to decided that we were going to find a mystery and crime book that had lesbian elements. I did not know what to expect from the chosen book The News in Small Towns (Small Town Series) but after reading it I can say that it really blew me away compared to my expectations. Iza Moreau did a really good job writing this one."
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    #4Mad for Mel (The Morelville Mysteries)

    Mad for Mel (The Morelville Mysteries)
    Mad for Mel is a crime and mystery romance book written by Anne Hagan. Mad for Mel was published on February 14, 2016 by Jug Run Press. It is the seventh book in the Morelville Mysteries.
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    Kelly Meyer
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "I guess this book is ok if you are looking for a quick read that will help you escape reality. The characters and the plot all seem a bit cliche to me though. There just isn't anything new here, and the writing is mediocre at best. I guess you are better off not thinking while you read this book. You'll probably get more enjoyment out of it that way. That's not necessarily a bad thing as long as you are aware what you are getting into."
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    #5Relic (The Morelville Mysteries)

    Relic (The Morelville Mysteries)
    Relic is a crime and mystery book written by Anne Hagan. Relic was published on November 8, 2014 by Jug Run Press. It is the first book in the Morelville Mysteries.
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    Alexander Cooper
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "I just finished reading Relic and I just loved it. I think it's one of the best lesbian books with crime and mystery that I have read. I think Anne Hagon is a great writer and knows how to keep her readings turning the pages. "
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    #6Dana's Dilemma (The Morelville Mysteries)

    Dana's Dilemma (The Morelville Mysteries)
    Dana's Dilemma is a crime and mystery romance book written by Anne Hagan. Dana's Dilemma was published on April 24, 2015 by Jug Run Press. It is the third book in the Morelville Mysteries.
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    Grace Meng
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "These types of books are not worth your time to be frankly harsh to you, I know if you are specifically looking to by any book that is specific to the topic, you should consider all options, but to me, this does not cut it mainly because of how it is set up for the right audience. I do know one popular book that accurately fits the topic and I believe it is more set up for the topic than this pretentious book honestly."
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    #7Retired With Prejudice (Charlotte Diamond Mysteries)

    Retired With Prejudice (Charlotte Diamond Mysteries)

    Retired With Prejudice is a crime and mystery romance book written by Olivia Stowe. Retired With Prejudice was published on June 11, 2010. It is the second book in the Charlotte Diamond Mysteries.

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    Victoria Weaver
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "This is a really good read regarding a crime somehow turned into a mystery romance."
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    #8By The Howling (Charlotte Diamond Mysteries)

    By The Howling (Charlotte Diamond Mysteries)

    By The Howling is a crime and mystery romance book written by Olivia Stowe. By The Howling was published on March 23, 2010 by Cyberworld Publishing. It is the first book in the Charlotte Diamond Mysteries.

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    Lawrence Schneider
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "It was very good and great about lesbian crime"
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    #9The Killing Room

    The Killing Room
    The Killing Room is a Mystery, Cultural, Thriller, Fiction novel written by Peter May. It was published February 1, 2006 by Bella Books. It is also the third installment in The China Thrillers series. It will be released in September 8, 2018.
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    Nicholas Cox
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "I have a thing for lesbian books for crime and mystery, I don't know why as it's a very odd sub genre… But I really still feel compelled to read things like this. The killing room was a great book and it had me right from the get go! At the end I was begging for more. I really can't wait to read more by the author!"
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    #10Curious Wine

    Curious Wine

    Curious Wine is a lesbian romantic erotica for young adults written by multiple-time Lambda award winner Katherine Forrest. It was originally published in 2011. It is about a cabin at Lake Tahoe, where two women find out about each other.

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    Kelly Stanley
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "My daughter came out as a lesbian a couple of years ago and I thought that she would really enjoy the book Curious Wine. I gave it to her the last time I saw her in person and when she called me a couple of weeks later all she could do is rave and rave about how good this book was."
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