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Get Hitched to Murder with Peacocks

Get Hitched to Murder with Peacocks

I am enjoying my second book in a row from Donna Andrews. I just recently read Lark! The Herald Angels Sing, which is book #24 in this thirty book series, and have returned to book #1, Murder with Peacocks, to where it all started. All of the books in this [...]
New Releases! Changing Fortune Cookies and more

New Releases! Changing Fortune Cookies and more

Changing Fortune Cookies, #14 in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series is now available! If you did not preorder, click through and get your copy now! If you have not read anything else in the series, you might want to also pick up Gluten-Free Murder (free), or the collection of books [...]
Catch The Last Train to London

Catch The Last Train to London

I just finished The Last Train to London. It's a pretty heart-wrenching book, as you'll probably guess when you read the description below. It is a fictionalization of Truus Wijsmuller's (Tante Truus's) efforts to smuggle Jewish children out of Germany and Austria during WWII. It is a slow build, with [...]
Encourage a Young Writer Day

Encourage a Young Writer Day

What a great idea! I know that I was interested in writing from a very early age. I have little construction paper books that I stapled together and scribbled in before I could even read or write. I have a number of stories and little books that I wrote while [...]
Immerse Yourself in Shed No Tears

Immerse Yourself in Shed No Tears

I am currently reading Shed No Tears by Caz Frear, book 3 in the Kat Kinsella series. I haven't read any of the other books in this series, but had no problem getting into it or following the storyline. I am definitely curious about the other books in the series [...]
Chill with Cold as Ice Cream and other Freebies

Chill with Cold as Ice Cream and other Freebies

Cold As Ice Cream, book 13 in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series is free as an ebook for a limited time. It is a culinary cozy mystery that can be read as a stand-alone mystery or as part of the series. You can also get the first book in the [...]
Read A Time for Mercy, a Grisham Courtroom Drama

Read A Time for Mercy, a Grisham Courtroom Drama

I am in the midst of my latest read by John Grisham, A Time for Mercy, released in October 2020. It is the third in the Jake Brigance series. It is what Grisham does best, legal suspense and courtroom drama. The characters are well-developed, the legal challenges clear and concise, [...]
Springing into Easter Reads

Springing into Easter Reads

As well as the warmer weather and longer days, spring brings with it green grass, flowers (eventually...), baby animals, and Easter. So, how about some Easter and spring themed books? Although I have built up my repertoire of Christmas/winter themed books, I don't have much out yet that takes place [...]
A Longmire Mystery, Death Without Company

A Longmire Mystery, Death Without Company

I am most of the way through Death Without Company, which is book #2 in Craig Johnson's Longmire Mysteries series. I was not aware before I started it, but this series is the basis for a Netflix series called Longmire. I just checked, and it's available on the Canadian version [...]
Cold as Ice Cream and More New Releases

Cold as Ice Cream and More New Releases

It is release day for Cold as Ice Cream, book #13 in the Auntie Clem's Bakery series! Erin and her friends are back, whipping up some special treats. Cold as Ice cream can be read as a standalone mystery, or together with the rest of the series. Book #1 in [...]
Get your thrills with Hush

Get your thrills with Hush

I was afraid when I looked at my recent blog posts that I was featuring a James Patterson book two weeks in a row. Close, but not quite! I featured James Patterson's Lost two weeks ago, and this week, it is Hush, book number four in the Harriet Blue series. [...]
Masie Dobbs investigates the MIA in Pardonable Lies

Masie Dobbs investigates the MIA in Pardonable Lies

I just finished Pardonable Lies by Jacqueline Winspear. I've read a number of books in the Maisie Dobbs series, and they are quite interesting. The audiobook I listened to had an interview with Winspear at the end of it and it was quite interesting to listen to her speak about [...]
Read for International Women's Day

Read for International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women's Day. So what's that all about? I have previously written about International Women's Day, and you can find that blog post here. [...]
She Was At Risk and other Free Books

She Was At Risk and other Free Books

Looking for some new reads to add to your ereader this weekend? You've come to the right place! She Was At Risk, the tenth book in the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series is free for just a few days, so grab it while you can. She Was At Risk can be [...]
James Patterson's Lost will keep you enthralled

James Patterson’s Lost will keep you enthralled

This week I am reading Lost, by James Patterson and James O Born. It is a great thriller that revolves around international human trafficking and is set in Miami, Florida. Take the compassion of James Patterson's Michael Bennett, a New York cop with ten adopted children, mixed together with the [...]
February Chills and Thrills!

February Chills and Thrills!

It's February, and that means it's time for a mystery and thriller round-up! And before I start, you should jump over to my February 26 Facebook event, where if you mark your attendance as "going" you qualify for the various prize draws I will be holding. [...]