Daily Archives: November 7, 2017

DITCHED 4 MURDER By J. C. Eaton

A fun fast, quick and relaxing read before a fireplace in a stormy night. The second book in the Sophie Kimball (Phee) series will have you laughing or smiling throughout the book. Aunt Ina is planning her wedding and she … Continue reading

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EAVES OF DESTRUCTION By Kate Carlisle

The Victorian Home And Garden Show is a month away from and all the owners of the homes want a revocation on their home. Shannon Hammer is busy enough to hire another skilled carpenter to work on a repairing damaged … Continue reading

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SMOKE AND MIRRORS By Casey Daniels

The first of a new series set in New York City at the turned of the century. Evie Barnum flees from her home to a safe haven with her brother PT Barnum at his American Museum of Curiosities as his … Continue reading

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WORLD ENOUGH By Clea Simons

This book is a new undertaking for Clea Simon as she moves into the underworld of Rock and Roll music twenty years ago. The MC, Tara was accepted there but was really on the outside. Tara went for the music … Continue reading

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MURDER FOR NOTHING By Veronica Heley

This is the first Ellie Quicke book I have read. I was able to follow the story as there are several individuals introduced. I found it hard to rate and finally gave it to 5 stars. It is really only … Continue reading

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MUCH ADO ABOUT MURDER By Elizabeth J. Duncan

This is the third book in the Catskills mystery series. I have not read the earlier books, I had no trouble following the story. The protagonist, Charlotte Fairfax has been in the area for a number of years. She is … Continue reading

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OF SPICE AND MEN By Sarah Fox

In this book of the Flapjack series, I found an unusual motive for the murder but the mystery was not much. I was disappointed with excessive verbiage I found. Marley’s anguish as she learned of an affair that had occurred … Continue reading

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