Complete and SPOILER FREE review of A Relative Murder, the fourth Medlar Mystery by Jude Deveraux.
Blind Bake (review) – Gripping and moving
Complete and SPOILER FREE review of Blind Bake, the first Maddie Baker Mystery, by Denise Grover Swank.
Charley Davidson – A year ago, I met my second Charley
How time flies! It was a year ago that I was either anxiously waiting for a call from the library to tell me they'd received my books or devouring one of the Charley Davidson books. To be frank, waiting for the library is the reason it took me over a month to read the whole... Continue Reading →
The Spider Heist – Stolen breath
Complete and spoiler free review of The Spider Heist, by Jason Kasper
The Graveyard Shift – (Too)Short and (oh, so) sweet
A novella that knocks it out of the park! (Spoiler-free review.)
Dr Charlotte Stone – My first Charlie
There are two Charlies (Charleys) in my life. Mentioning the first one to a friend, again, led to my getting to know the other, and both became book friends. Both can see ghosts, although one is a psychiatrist who can see the ghosts of the recently, violently departed, whereas the other is the Grim Reaper.... Continue Reading →
A Bad Day For Sunshine – Riveting and real
A new release from a favoured author (if you're curious, the full list of my favourites is here) is an occasion to suspend everything and simply drown myself in the words, get lost in the story. Especially if the story is, like A Bad Day For Sunshine, a riveting mystery which includes many other intriguing... Continue Reading →
A Forgotten Murder – Unforgettable forgotten murder
As a reader, nothing builds more anticipation in me than the upcoming release of a book by a favourite author. Knowing that Jude Deveraux had a new book coming for the last few months was, for me, quite a buildup. After all, her last book, Met Her Match, had released on 17 September, 2019, almost... Continue Reading →