TBR Tuesday

TBR Tuesday is a new feature on Mystereity Reviews where I’ll highlight what’s at the top of my To Be Read list.

I don’t know about anyone else, but it’s been a busy month for me, which lead to my TBR pile is growing faster than I can read them (and review them!)  But school has started, vacations are over and the weather has cooled down to tolerable temperatures, so I really have no excuse not to get back into the reading habit.  But I’ve got some great titles to get me back in my reading groove


Hagar’s Last Dance by Maureen Klovers

A tiny bit of a cheat, I’m currently about half way through this one and loving it!  Great characters, a gripping plot and belly dancing.  This one was so easy to fall right in to!

By day, Jeanne Pelletier is a small-town girl toiling in obscurity at a stuffy Washington, D.C., law firm; by night, she’s Zahira, the city’s newest belly dancing sensation. But one evening, her performance becomes literally too smoking hot…

When a blaze rips through the city’s premier Middle Eastern nightclub and kills Jeanne’s beloved belly dance teacher Yasmina, Jeanne is drawn into a deadly mystery. Soon, she’s assembled a zany, crime-fighting urban family consisting of her obnoxious ex-CIA agent neighbor; her commune-dwelling, wild child best friend; and a sexy Scottish hacker bent on wooing the commitment-phobic Jeanne. But as Jeanne and her friends uncover a string of lovers and a web of family secrets stretching back to the Middle East, Jeanne is forced to confront a dark family secret of her own...

Available in paperback at book retailers and also on Kindle at Amazon



Who Killed Vivien Morse by Diana Febry

This one is the absolute next on my TBR pile, I’m looking forward to a good Brit crime story to sink my teeth into.

Vivien Morse, a young social worker is discovered battered to death in Silver Lady Woods. Everyone assumes she was attacked by her estranged husband until her supervisor disappears. The connection appears to be Vivien’s last client. A damaged and disturbed girl who believes a bundle of rags is her lost baby and never leaves the family farm while she awaits the return of her lover.

The matter is confused by the arrival of a stranger to the area clearly searching for something or someone and an escaped convict with connections to the area.

DCI Hatherall has to separate fact from fantasy to discover who did kill Vivien Morse.

Who Killed Vivien Morse is available on Kindle at Amazon


28700195Classical Feng Shui for Health, Beauty & Longevity

I’ve already started this one as well, and I’m enjoying reading a bit each day.

Improve your wellness, extend your longevity, and secure a healthy environment with the ancient power and wisdom of Classical Feng Shui. This guide provides you with well-researched information about the everyday use of traditional and modern forms of the five elements, empowering you to balance their influence in ways that will make you happier and healthier.

Using the two most popular Classical Feng Shui systems—Flying Stars and Eight Mansions—Master Denise Liotta Dennis presents step-by-step instructions on how to heal and protect both you and your home against detrimental formations. This book features hands-on techniques that you can easily apply to your home and personal situation, helping you achieve a better and more vibrant life.


Cat with a Clue by Laurie Cass

One of my favorite cozy mystery series, I can’t wait to catch up with Minnie and Eddie!

The national bestselling author of Pouncing on Murder returns as librarian Minnie Hamilton and her rescue cat Eddie discover there’s a true crime story unraveling in their own nonfiction section. . . .
Early one morning while shelving books in the library, Minnie stumbles upon a dead body. Authorities identify the woman as an out-of-towner visiting Chilson for her great-aunt’s funeral. What she was doing in the library after hours is anyone’s guess . . . but Minnie and Eddie are determined to save the library’s reputation and catch a killer.
As rumors about the victim circulate through Chilson, the police are in a bind over a streak of baffling break-ins. Luckily, Minnie and Eddie are traveling the county in their bookmobile, and they’ll stop at nothing to find the spineless killer before the final page is turned on someone else.

Available in paperback at book retailers or on Amazon

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