Category Archives: Mysteries

Book Review: A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny

The Great Reckoning is the twelfth time I’ve been invited into Armand Gamache’s world, (not counting my rereads). Every time it has been an absolute treat. It’s very similar to is a well planned and eagerly anticipated reunion with a … Continue reading

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TLC Book Tour and Book Review: The Branson Beauty

Today I am the tour host for Claire Booth’s TLC Book Tour. Join me as I tell you about this delightful new novel. I choose to participate in this blog tour because of the story’s location, Branson, Missouri. Branson is … Continue reading

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An Excellent Audiobook: Faithful Place by Tana French

Faithful Place represents an area in the inner city of Dublin, Ireland. It’s a street of old houses made into apartments and primarily lived in by the poor, or people on the “dole.” Frank Mackey grew up crammed together with his … Continue reading

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One More Book Series: Charm City by Laura Lippman

I’ve been waning to read a book in Laura Lippmn’s Tess Monaghan series for a long time. I saw a copy of Charm City on sale and grabbed it, thinking I was getting the first book in the series. As … Continue reading

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Meet Stone Barrington

I discovered Scandalous Behavior at the library. I brought it home, started reading and immediately became fascinated by the main character in an odd way. His name is Stone Barrington. He’s extremely rich – rich enough that, after having been … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blood Defense by Marcia Clark

I started reading Marcia Clak’s books because I enjoy legal dramas. I didn’t make the connection between her and the O.J. Simpson trial until after I read the first book (Guilt By Association). I didn’t watch that infamous trial for … Continue reading

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Book Review: Crossing by Michael Connelly

You would think that after 28 books Michael Connelly would have maybe one that might be off a bit. Afraid not. He just gets better and better. I think he really enjoys this whole creative writing process. In The Crossing, … Continue reading

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Book Review: What You See by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Placing myself in the world of Jane and Jake makes me smile. I don’t smile about the fact that what consumes them for all the hours I’m with them is the death of someone. No, I smile because these are … Continue reading

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A Book Tour Stop: Journey To Munich by Jacqueline Winspear

You would think that by the time I got to the twelfth book in a series it would start to become a little weary, a little thin. What a lovely surprise it was to read Journey To Munich, and find … Continue reading

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