A Catastrophic Theft and other New Releases

A Catastrophic Theft and other New Releases

A Catastrophic Theft is now on sale! if you've been reading the Reg Rawlins, Psychic Investigator series, you are not going to want to miss this one! Things are starting to get interesting for Reg. Keep reading for more new releases ...
Randy's Review of His Hands were Quiet

Randy’s Review of His Hands were Quiet

I have another review to post by my sweetheart. This is a review of His Hands were Quiet, book #2 in the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series, reblogged from Flamestr's Thoughts ...
Excerpt from Deep Freeze

Excerpt from Deep Freeze

Last week I read Deep Freeze, by John Sandford. This is part of the Virgil Flowers series, which I've read at least one book from before. John Sandford writes complex mysteries with plenty of twists and turns and misdirection. Virgil Flowers is a relatable detective, smart, and always a good read ...
Vegan Baked Alaska

Vegan Baked Alaska

Mary Lou couldn’t have been more wrong. Of course Erin Price, gluten-free baker extraordinaire, would stumble over a body on the cruise she had won as the runner-up winner in the baking category at the Fall Fair. The trouble is, no one will believe her ...
Apple-achian Treasure

Apple-achian Treasure

Reading about a secret treasure in Clementine’s papers, Erin decides to distract herself by putting back on her detective hat and she and her friends try their hands at solving the clues. Pretty soon, everyone knows that they are treasure hunting and things get interesting ...
Sour Cherry Turnover

Sour Cherry Turnover

A brutal murder soon reminds Erin that there are worse things than competition. Especially when she is discovered with the murder weapon in her hand ...
A Psychic with Catitude and other Freebies

A Psychic with Catitude and other Freebies

I have put A Psychic with Catitude, book #2 in the Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator series on Kindle for free this weekend. (And don't look now, but What the Cat Knew, book #1 in the series is on for $0.99 for a limited time!) ...
Excerpt from The 7 ½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

Excerpt from The 7 ½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

This week, I have just started The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, by Stuart Turton. I admit that I picked it up because I was intrigued by the title! It is not your typical murder mystery, by any means ...
A Psychic with Catitude and other New Releases

A Psychic with Catitude and other New Releases

It is new release day! Book two of the Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator series is live today, and I have a round-up of other new releases for your reading pile as well ...
Excerpt from The Quiche of Death

Excerpt from The Quiche of Death

I have read several of M.C. Beaton's Agatha Raisin series, but I have not read the first one. And here it is, The Quiche of Death. Agatha retires from her advertising agency and moved to the Cottswalds, fulfilling a childhood dream. Only she finds out she doesn't like it that much, or the people there don't like her that much, and she decides to make a splash by winning a cooking prize at the county fair. But she can't cook. And that's just the beginning.  ...
Warm up with these February Freebies

Warm up with these February Freebies

I had intended to have What the Cat Knew on today as a Kindle freebie, but due to unforeseen circumstances, I wasn't able to offer it. But I promised you freebies, so instead, I have offered you Gluten-Free Murder through Bookfunnel. Get your kindle or epub copy here ...
What the Cat Knew and other new releases

What the Cat Knew and other new releases

I'm really excited to introduce a new mystery series to you. Many of you have been enjoying the Auntie Clem's Bakery cozy mystery series. In Coup de Glace, you met Erin's foster sister, Reg Rawlins. She was such a fun character to write, she needed her own series. Having left Vermont, Reg has taken her fortune telling act to Florida, where there is a thriving paranormal community. Black Sands is different than anywhere she's ever lived before… ...
Excerpt from The Sleeping Beauty Killer

Excerpt from The Sleeping Beauty Killer

I've read a few other books in Mary Higgins Clark's Under Suspicion series, a series about a TV show that investigates cold cases, or in this case, investigates the claim of a woman who claims that she was wrongly convicted. The Sleeping Beauty Killer will keep you on your toes. The Queen of Suspense does not disappoint! ...
Toxo and a round-up of freebies

Toxo and a round-up of freebies

Hang onto your hats! Are you ready for another round-up of Kindle freebies? Toxo Caleb, an autistic teen is mistakenly arrested. Bad turns to worse when he is then apprehended from his family by DFS ...
Excerpt from Low Pressure

Excerpt from Low Pressure

I am currently reading Sandra Brown's Low Pressure. A murder mystery where the main character, Bellamy Lyston, has written a fictional novel based on her own sister's murder and all of the personalities involved. This might not seem like such a bad idea when the killer had already been caught, tried, and incarcerated, but if the wrong man ended up in prison, that would mean that the real killer is still on the outside. Brown ramps up the suspense as Bellamy digs into past to try to discover the bits of what happened that day that she has blocked from her memory.  ...
Upcoming in 2019

Upcoming in 2019

Last year, I posted some of my plans for 2018. And I thought I would do the same for this year. I just looked at another post that I did about planning for the year that I would encourage you to read again this year if you are looking for some tools to help you with your productivity. Here are some of the things that you can look forward to seeing this year! ...
Excerpt from A Great Reckoning

Excerpt from A Great Reckoning

I've read and mentioned a few other Louise Penny books on this blog before. Based in Quebec, the Inspector Gamache series always delves deep into the setting and history, psychology, and the complex relationships between the characters. Gamache has dealt with a lot of betrayal and corruption in his time, and in this volume, he is once again trying to root out the source of the ongoing problems in the Sûreté du Québec and how it is tied into the mysterious map and disappearing villages ...
Put a little mystery in your Christmas

Put a little mystery in your Christmas

I thought that Christmas mysteries would be a great topic for today's blog! There are a lot of great ones out there.  I don't have any books that are specifically Christmas mysteries, but both She Wore Mourning and He was Walking Alone are mysteries that take place during the Christmas season, and I have a short Christmas mystery in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series, Dog-Free Dinner.  Here are some others that I have pulled up today ...
A Catastrophic Theft

A Catastrophic Theft

Reg has been able to set up a respectable, if somewhat unconventional business providing psychic services in Black Sands, and is starting to feel like she could actually settle down there long-term.

But her relationship with Sarah, who has been her loyal friend and protector since she arrived becomes strained when Sarah’s precious emerald necklace disappears.

There is no shortage of suspects, with Reg herself at the front of the line.

Friends and felines pitch in to solve the mystery, but in the end it is up to Reg and her cat Starlight to ferret out the truth.

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A Psychic with Catitude

A Psychic with Catitude

Reg Rawlins is back in business, asked by Detective Jessup to consult on a missing persons case. 

Little does she know that it’s not your average teen runaway or kidnapping. There is something strange going on.

Reg is dealing with her own personal issues with her health, an overly-interested warlock, and a furry psychic partner with definite attitude. 

Time is running short for teen and Reg needs to act now.

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