Daily Archives: October 31, 2017

BLACKBERRY BURIAL By Sharon Farrow

In the second book of the Berry Basket series is another satisfying read. There is good information on blackberries, wines, animal behavior, police units, and friendship. The antics of the animals lighten the mood of the story. There is faint … Continue reading

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THREAD THE HALLS By Lea Wait

It is pleasant to read a Christmas story that shows the everyday life of the individuals. This one does as we follow Angie Curtis and Patrick West as they get ready to celebrate the holidays. Patrick’s Mother Skye West returned … Continue reading

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SLAY BELLS RING By Karen Rose Smith

An enthralling tale that will put you in a Holiday spirit without being sentimental. Caprice De Luca is staging the home of Chris and Sara Merriweather for the historical home and garden tour. Later Chris is found murder on Saturday … Continue reading

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THE QUICHE AND THE DEAD By Kirsten Weiss

The first in a new cozy mystery set in a background of a small town and a store specializing in making various types of pies. The cover caught my eye so I requested it. I found it an intriguing story. … Continue reading

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CATalyst FOR CLUES By Patricia Fry

A visit with the Iveys and Rags is always a relaxing read. This the 25th book in the series but Ms. Fry has kept the story interesting. She has a cliffhanger in this one so I am looking forward to … Continue reading

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