Hi all: Today I bring you a book by an author that you might know through her blog. Death in a Mudflat: A Rhe Brewster Mystery (The Rhe Brewster Mysteries) by N.A. Granger A cozy mystery with a harder edge and very engaging characters and location. Fearless detective, ER nurse, devoted mother, and Pequod, Maine’s, answer to
Hi all: Today I bring you a review for a book by an author I discovered a while back and I hope to keep reading in the future, Brian O’Hare. The Coven Murders (The Inspector Sheehan Mysteries Book 3) by Brian O’Hare The Coven Murders opens with a horrifying account of a ritual Black Mass with a
Hi all: I seem to be reading a lot of thrillers recently, although this one had been on my Kindle for a long time (and I’ve read it will become a TV series…) Ragdoll: The thrilling Sunday Times bestseller everyone is talking about (Ragdoll 1) by Daniel Cole ‘A brilliant, breathless thriller‘ MJ Arlidge, author of Hide and
Hi all: Today I review a book by a very well-known author I had not read before. Zero Day (John Puller Book 1) by David Baldacci From David Baldacci–the modern master of the thriller and #1 worldwide bestselling novelist-comes a new hero: a lone Army Special Agent taking on the toughest crimes facing the nation. And Zero Day is
Hi all: Seriously, I haven’t that many reviews left to share now before I get up-to-date… This week we have an interesting lot, so, don’t miss them! The Sans Pareil Mystery (The Detective Lavender Mysteries Book 2) by Karen Charlton On a cold February night in Regency London, a dark curtain falls on the Sans Pareil Theatre
Hi all: Today I’m sharing two reviews. As you know I’m a member of Rosie’s Book Review Team and I had read one of Sue Coletta’s book a few months ago, and when I saw a new book in her other series was due for launch and the author also offered the opportunity to catch up
Hi all: As you know I regularly review books for Rosie’s Book Review Team and in this case, this novel came to me both directly through the author’s husband and it was also one of the novels on offer in Rosie’s group. As the launch was on the 11th of April, I’ve tried to time
Hi all: Yes, you’ve guessed it. More book reviews. We’re getting there, although I keep reading, so it’s a bit of a catch-up. I recently came into contact with OnlineBookClub through a blog post and I’m intrigued (not that I need more books although one never knows what one might find out). I liked the sound
Hi all: Another day, another review. For some reason we’re a bit heavy on thrillers this week, although tomorrow’s book is very different and Friday’s is a non-fiction book so, there’s hope if you’re not thriller lovers. Let the Dead Speak: A Maeve Kerrigan crime thriller (Maeve Kerrigan, Book 7) by Jane Casey ‘A tremendous sense of
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