It is a pleasure to read a Ruth Galloway book to catch up on what is happening with Ruth and her friends, the 11th book did not disappoint. A cold case reemergence as bones is found in a new henge near the original site on the salt known as the stone circle. There is a new archeologist dig that is being led by Erick son. The bones are found to be those of a child who disappeared during a street party to celebrate the wedding of Lady Di and Prince, in1942. DCI Nelson is on a pregnancy leave with the birth of Michelle’s baby. His crew is busy interviewing all those involved in the original matter. When DCI Nelson return to work when a baby is stolen from a crib. Will the baby be found alive? Ruth is considering applying for a job in Cambridge. Will she leave the Saltmarsh? What does Nelson decide to do about his 3 daughters? I am looking forward to the next book.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.
Disclosure: Thanks to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for a copy through Edelweiss. The opinions expressed are my own.
The third book in this series will take you to the 1939 New York World 's Fair. Elizabeth “Biz” Adams, photographer for Daily Trumpet works with Ralph Kaminsky, a reporter hears of a murder that occurred at the fair. Biz and Ralph head for fair to cover the story and pictures for the paper. There the victim work at DuPont booth demonstrating the new material nylon stockings that last longer than silk Elizabeth continues with meeting the homicide detective Sal Marino against her parents wishes. The news from Europe continues to be negative making war likely. A boatload of Jews is docked outside of New York City. Biz and Ralph continue to visit the fair hoping to get an exclusive report of the murders. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.
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MRS JEFFRIES DEMAND JUSTICE releashed date January 26, 2021
I am looking forward to reading this book.
A visit with Mrs. Jefferies and Witherspoon household is always a pleasant and relaxing one. Christmas is closed and members of Inspector Witherspoon household all have special plans for the time. Their plans are disrupted when the Inspector received a murder case. The case has occurred earlier and Inspector Nivens had bungled it. Afraid that they will be able to about their vacations, the members are not really interested in helping the Inspector Witherspoon find the killer. The case has a number of turns before the household residents realize that justice is more important than their holiday plans. I high!y recommend this book and series.
Disclosure: I received a free copy from Berkeley Publishing through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review this book. The opinions expressed are my own.
The second book of the Victorian Mysteries series is an outstanding history of the town of Asheboro, Maryland, it's library and Henry Barton's factory.
Kate Hamilton is attempting to move ahead with the plans to turn Asheboro back to a VICTORIAN VILLAGE. She is finding it to be huge. She invites an expert, on manuscripts to catalog the paper in the Barton's Mansion. Plans to move the papers to the library are delayed as a body is found in the library just before the papers are to be delivered. Nowhere do they find the records for the factory. A Visit to the factory brings a huge surprise to light. What other secrets are to be found as Kate and historian Joshua explore the Mansion documents and Henry Barton's life.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.
Disclosure: Thanks to St. Martins Press for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.
This is fourth of this series and the second book by this author I have read. The first book was a great read and this book was the same. The characters are well developed and have become friends. I was able to follow the story. The descriptions were outstanding and room me to Folly-Wait and surrounding area. The inhabitants are extremely loyal and support to the village and each other. I like the way The two separate incidents are brought together to form one story. The reason The MC, Alex Duggins own the local pub. A friend, Tony Harrison owns the veterinary clinic and there is a relationship between them. Kyle Gammage who works for Tony discover a body. Alex learns the Kyle and his brother Scoot have been living by themselves while their Father is working and has not been presented for some time. In order to protect the boys from Social Services, they lied to the police. The reason The Father is missing most of the time is critical to the story. The lie involved them with the murder. There are enough turns in the narrative to keep you changing the pages. The ending is a surprise and intriguing. I highly recommend this book.
Disclosure: I received a free copy from Severn House for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.
The latest Bird Lovers book is the best in the series. I like the way the birding facts were woven in with the mystery. There are paranormal elements mixed into the tale. Amy Simms and friends were discussing the fall festival that features antique cars and crowns a Miss Ruby Lake Queen. Trying to get a picture of a car no one has seen Any lost her cell phone. Late at night searching for her phone Any finds the owner of the car crushed under it. Paul becomes a person on interest in the case. There are enough twists and turns to keep you guessing. I highly recommend this book and series.
Disclosure: I received a free copy from Lyrical Underground through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.