Category Archives: Mysteries

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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