Intense, darkly funny and unforgettable, Juggling Kittens is an exceptional debut mystery and Matt Coleman is an author to watch. Recommended! Continue reading Review: Juggling Kittens
Dead Wrong is a grisly, gripping and unflinching crime thriller and a great start to the Calladine & Bayliss series. I definitely recommend it to Brit Crime fans, or anyone who enjoys a good police procedural. Continue reading Review: Dead Wrong
The big news is that I will soon have my very first author Q&A and book giveaway for The Swap! Continue reading TBR Tuesday – January24, 2017
It’s evening at the lounge of the local pub and squire Matthew Scaife is ensconced in his usual seat, nodding off after a few pints. One by one, the regulars show up, a few local couples, including Scaife’s sons, Edward and Mark and author Crescy Hardwick, who is bitter over being thrown out of her cottage by Scaife. At the end of the evening, Edward goes to wake Scaife and realizes he’s dead and a local doctor called in to attend insists on an autopsy. When evidence of murder is found, Scotland Yard is called in and Inspector Guy Northeast arrives to investigate. All the circumstantial evidence points to Crescy, who was heard to threaten Scaife’s life but despite motive and means, no opportunity can be found. Did Crescy kill Scaife? If not, who did?
Continue reading Review: Death at the Dog
The disa-purr-ance of a rich feline almost leads to cat-astrophe in this delightful cozy mystery Continue reading Review: Catnip
Dead to Begin With is a charming, entertaining and absorbing cozy mystery and a great start to a new series. Continue reading Review: Dead to Begin With
I really enjoyed this charming cozy, it was a great weekend read. With a fast-paced plot full of misdirections that had me glued to the book, it was one of those great stories where you change your idea of whodunit with each chapter. Continue reading Review: The Courtyard Corpse: A Cassie Hall Concierge Mystery
It’s 1998, and for years the old First Bank of Cleveland has sat abandoned, perfectly preserved, its secrets only speculated on by the outside world.
Twenty years before, amid strange staff disappearances and allegations of fraud, panicked investors sold Cleveland’s largest bank in the middle of the night, locking out customers and employees, and thwarting a looming federal investigation. In the confusion that followed, the keys to the vault’s safe-deposit boxes were lost. Continue reading Review: The Dead Key
Fatal Dose is a great read, with a chilling plot that touches on a primal fear everyone can relate to; being very sick, very scared, and the vulnerability of being at the mercy of a machine – or, even more frightening, having your child at the mercy of a machine. Continue reading Review: Fatal Dose
Purr M for Murder is a fantastic start to a new series and will appeal to cat fanatics and cozy mystery fans looking to curl up with a purr-fectly charming tale. Continue reading Review: Purr M for Murder
Tense, gritty, and thrilling! Continue reading Review: Kiss & Tell
A very promising start to a new cozy series and I can’t wait to come back to Sully’s Landing and find out more about the giggling ghost! Continue reading New Cozy Mystery Release!
A great book to get budding aromatherapists started, and would make an excellent gift for anyone interested in all-natural products for healing and in the home. Continue reading New Release!
Combining action, mystery and a hint of romance into only 159 pages, Earthbound Wings is a satisfying read in a great series Continue reading Review: Earthbound Wings
really enjoyed this one, it was one of those books where I tried to read it slower to savor it, but it was so good I had to read it all the way through in one sitting. Continue reading Review: Dye Hard
I love this cute cozy series set in a small town near Niagara Falls. Being a WNY ex-pat, the setting is so familiar; a quaint town with its little shops, a wine festival, and of course, small town secrets. Continue reading Review: Prose and Cons
New release! The Royal Ghost, an outstanding historical mystery, true to the era and a fascinating tour through Victorian times. Continue reading Happy Release Day – The Royal Ghost