A Deadly Thaw is a tense thrill ride through twisted justice and family secrets that wil keep you on the edge of your seat and leave you breathless. Continue reading Review: A Deadly Thaw
“Chocolate Whisperer” Hayden Mundy Moore travels the world helping companies improve the quality of their chocolates. In The Semi-Sweet Hereafter, Hayden is in London assisting Phoebe, the wife of celebrity chef Jeremy Wright. Phoebe owns a failing chocolate pâtisserie and needs Hayden’s help to turn it around. When Jeremy turns up bludgeoned to death, Hayden falls under suspicion. To clear her name, she has to hunt down the real killer. Continue reading Review: The Semi-Sweet Hereafter
An exceptional mystery and I can’t wait for the next book in the series! I definitely recommend this book as a must read! Charley Carpenter, owner of Old Hat Vintage Fashions, is a member of the Agatha Book Club (named after the Dame herself) with a clique of high society ladies. After two local women are found dead, Charley and BFF Frankie find clues that link the murders to their book club. Charley reluctantly takes the information to Detective Marcus Trenault. Despite their rocky past, Charley and Marcus must team up to stop a murderer. Continue reading Review: The Book Club Murders
My #TBR (To Be Read) reading list for Tuesday 09/27. Continue reading TBR Tuesday (Sepetember 27, 2016)
After a long, hot summer, the beginning of Fall is always welcome. Crisp mornings, apple cider, pumpkin spice flavored everything, trees are a riot of color, the smell of wood smoke in the air. Ahhhhh.
And what better way to enjoy the coming season than to curl up with a good book? Here are some new releases that will put you in the spirit! Continue reading Read The Season: Autumn
The Healing Art of Essential Oils: A Guide to 50 Oils for Remedy, Ritual, and Everyday Use is a great reference as an introduction to essential oils and aromatherapy. Continue reading Review: The Healing Art of Essential Oils
Humorous, entertaining and witty, Quirky Essays for Quirky People has 24 essays/short stories about life, family, and the perfection of life as an imperfect person. Continue reading Review: Quirky Essays for Quirky People: The Complete Collection
In Clock and Dagger, the second in the Clock Shop Mystery series, Ruth is once again plunged in the middle of a murder. The clock is ticking, can Ruth find a killer before time runs out? Continue reading Review: Clock and Dagger
I was looking forward to putting a big dent in my TBR list this week. So what do I do? Go ahead and request more books. sigh why do I do this to myself? Oh yes, because I love reading!
So, here’s what’s on my Kindle this week: Continue reading TBR Tuesday September 20, 2016
Fast-paced and heart-stopping, The Hope That Kills is a chilling look into the dark side of the thriving sex trade industry. Continue reading Review: The Hope that Kills
Ghostwriter Cam (who can actually see ghosts) is back for another adventure in Waxahachie, TX. Continue reading Review: Who Invited the Ghost to Dinner
With muffin better to do, Merry works to clear opera diva Roma of murder in the very tasty Much Ado About Muffin. Continue reading Review: Much Ado About Muffin
Captivating, exciting and thrilling romp through history, Daufuskie Island will appeal to history buffs of all ages, from kids to adults. Continue reading Review: Daufuskie Island
TBR Tuesday is a feature on Mystereity Reviews where I’ll highlight what’s at the top of my To Be Read list.
Labor Day has been and gone (where the heck did summer go?) and I’m now 3 books behind on my 2016 reading challenge. I’m hoping to make a dent in my reading this month, and I’ve got some promising titles: Continue reading TBR Tuesday – September 06, 2016
I’ve heard great things about Kathi Daley’s books from other reviewers, and now I see what all the fuss is about. Pumpkins in Paradise is an enjoyable and entertaining cozy mystery, guaranteed to get you into the Halloween spirit. Continue reading Review: Pumpkins in Paradise