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New releases - He Never Forgot, and more!

New releases – He Never Forgot, and more!

The day has come! If you just finished reading She Told a Lie and are looking for the next Zachary Goldman Mystery, He Never Forgot is now available. While He Never Forgot is book #9 in the series, it can be read as a standalone. Others of you are long-time [...]
Educate Yourself and Help Others with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Educate Yourself and Help Others with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is an encyclopedic book about various magical creatures in J.K. Rowling's magical world. This is not the screenplay/movie. It begins with some playful forwards/introductions, and then proceeds into the encyclopedia of magical beasts (and where to find them.) Fans will recognize not only [...]
She Told A Lie and Other Freebies

She Told A Lie and Other Freebies

We are through with Christmas and New Year's, and today happens to be my wedding anniversary. Seems like an appropriate day to give away more books! My most recent release, She Told A Lie, book #8 in the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series, is on the top of the pile. [...]
A Cold Case in The Night Fire

A Cold Case in The Night Fire

I have previously posted about the first two books in the Renee Ballard series by Michael Connelly (The Late Show and Dark Sacred Night). So, it should come as no surprise that I picked up the third when I saw it was available. [...]
Start the New Year with a new series!

Start the New Year with a new series!

A lot of years, my New Year's blog has been a focus on self-improvement or goals. Not this year. After 2020, people are ready for a new beginning. They are ready to leave the stresses of this crazy year behind and start something new. And while you may still be [...]
Read about life as a child soldier in A Long Way Gone

Read about life as a child soldier in A Long Way Gone

I have recently finished reading A Long Way Gone, by Ishmael Beah. It is a sad reality that around the world children are recruited to fight in wars or serve the soldiers who are fighting. Children as young as nine may be trained to kill. [...]
A sack of books for Christmas!

A sack of books for Christmas!

Looking for some more holiday-themed books to read over your Christmas break? Take a look at these! [...]
Rick Riordan has Another Hit with Magnus Chase

Rick Riordan has Another Hit with Magnus Chase

I have just started Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard Book 1 the Sword of Summer. I am a little behind in getting in on the Magnus Chase series by Rick Riordan, seeing as there are already three books out in the series. But this is the first time [...]
She Told a Lie and More New Releases

She Told a Lie and More New Releases

It is time for a round-up of new releases! Today, She Told a Lie, book #8 in the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series is out. I have hunted around for some other great releases for you as well. [...]
Virgil Flowers is back in Bloody Genius

Virgil Flowers is back in Bloody Genius

Today I am reading Bloody Genius by John Sandford, twelfth book in the Virgil Flowers series. Flowers is being brought in on a case involving the murder of a university professor. A good solid police procedural with lots of avenues of investigation to follow. I am about 3/4 of the [...]
What's Coming Next?

What’s Coming Next?

I have a little break here between various releases and promotions, before having to come up with a really awesome Christmas post, and thought I would just give a few details on what is coming down the pipe from P.D. Workman. [...]
Follow the Twists in Eight Perfect Murders

Follow the Twists in Eight Perfect Murders

Today I started on Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson. This is a different kind of murder mystery. You may see some of the twists and turns coming. But there are a lot of them (so far). Keep your mind open and pay attention, because the clues are there. Don't [...]
Pain, Medical Kidnap Files #5 and Other Freebies

Pain, Medical Kidnap Files #5 and Other Freebies

Ready for another freebie roundup? This weekend only, you can get Pain, book #5 of the Medical Kidnap files for free at ebook retailers. When your child is in pain, everything else takes a backseat. Fae Glover has put everything else on hold while she tries to help her daughter [...]
Cormoran Strikes Back in The Silkworm

Cormoran Strikes Back in The Silkworm

This week I am into Robert Galbraith's The Silkworm, second book in the Cormoran Strike series. (Yes, that Robert Galbraith, one of the pen names of J.K. Rowling.) Private Investigator Cormoran Strike is looking for a missing writer, who was trying to get his tell-all book published. Lots of people [...]
Thanks for Books and Readers

Thanks for Books and Readers

I probably don't have to tell you it's American Thanksgiving! There have been lots of #givethanks posts on my Facebook timeline this week, and I have been buoyed up by everyone's words of thanks. During challenging times, it is easy to get swamped by negative feelings and influences, and counting [...]
Stay up tonight and read The Late Show

Stay up tonight and read The Late Show

I am reading The Late Show by Michael Connelly, the second book in the Renée Ballard and Harry Bosch series. I have actually read book number two, Dark Sacred Night before this. It is a good series. I think that the main character, Renée Ballard is a little more non-conforming [...]