Review: The Crêpes of Wrath by Sarah Fox

The Crêpes of Wrath by Sarah Fox Fantastic start to a promising new series! I sat down to read this for a few moments and ended up finishing it in one sitting, I just couldn’t put it down! There are two plots in the story, the main plot about the murder of Marley’s cousin Jimmy and the subplot of a string of burglaries both had no shortage of suspects. Well paced, the plot spanned the book well without getting bogged down and it read so fast and easy that I was sorry when I got to the end of the … Continue reading Review: The Crêpes of Wrath by Sarah Fox

Review: In the Company of Dolphins

In the Company of Dolphins: A Memoir by Irwin Shaw Print Length: 107 pages Publisher: Open Road Media (August 16, 2016) Publication Date: August 16, 2016 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B01GP8MOIQ Reviewer: Mystereity Reviews When I read the description of In The Company Of Dolphins, I thought it was going to be a kind of travel guide. I was completely mistaken, and I was not disappointed. In The Company Of Dolphins is so much more than a travel guide; it is a fascinating look back, not only to the exotic ports of call but also on … Continue reading Review: In the Company of Dolphins

Review: Dressed to Kilt

Dressed to Kilt (Scottish Highlands Mystery Book 3) by Hannah Reed This is such a fun series, with a great setting in the Scottish Highlands and fun, quirky characters. Dressed to Kilt has Eden nearing the end of her stay and in the middle of another murder investigation. I really enjoyed the plot, with hidden family secrets, red herrings and plot twists keeping the plot moving along smoothly.  The ending left the door open for a lot more adventures in Scotland, and I’m looking forward to seeing how her story develops (and more mysteries!) I have to say, Eden has … Continue reading Review: Dressed to Kilt

Review: The Bluebonnet Betrayal

The Bluebonnet Betrayal by Marty Wingate In The Bluebonnet Betrayal, Pru is asked by an old colleague to set up a Texas themed display at the famed Chelsea Flower Show.  The display is beset by one problem after another, and just when it seems it can’t get any worse, Twyla, the president of the Austin gardening society is found dead under a pile of rocks. It’s up to Pru to get the garden ready for the show and to find Twyla’s killer. I just discovered this charming series not long ago.  With characters you can easily relate to, vivid locations … Continue reading Review: The Bluebonnet Betrayal

Review: Dead & Buried

Dead & Buried by Helen H. Durrant Dead & Buried is the fifth book Calladine and Bayless series, and I was really impressed by how quickly I was able to sink into the story, despite having not read the first four books in the series. Great characters and a fantastic plot combined to create a gripping story, fast paced and impossible to put down. The plot moved swiftly and played out so smoothly that I read most of it in one afternoon. I enjoyed watching how the investigation moved seamlessly, connecting all the deaths to a single event 40 years … Continue reading Review: Dead & Buried