Review: Doughnuts and Deception

Synopsis: The 3rd book in the BESTSELLING Peridale Cafe Cozy Mystery series!  Julia never expected to be caught up in another murder investigation, but when she discovers that homeless people are dying suspiciously and the police aren't investigating, she can't sit back and do nothing. After promising her young lodger, Jessie, that she will do... Continue Reading →

Review: River City Dead

Synopsis: “The third book in a cute cozy series features an appealing heroine with a self-deprecating wit and a determination to never grow old.” – Library Journal (on Smart But Dead) Advice columnist Aggie Mundeen and SAPD Detective Sam Vanderhoven plan their first rendezvous at a San Antonio River Walk hotel during Fiesta Week—sumptuous sights,... Continue Reading →

Review: Red Flags (A Kate Reilly Racing Mystery)

  Synopsis: When Kate Reilly arrives in Long Beach, California, a week ahead of the Grand Prix, she’s immediately plunged into a new social scene―as well as a murder investigation. Her cousin Billy is found dead, with Kate’s card in his pocket. The cops want to know why, and sponsors and race organizers―anxious to keep... Continue Reading →

Review: China Doll

  Synopsis: Jana Lane is back on Broadway in 1984—starring in a murder mystery. Life imitates art when members of the company are murdered. As Jana investigates, it's clear she may be the next victim. Complicating matters, is Jana’s uncontrollable infatuation, with her leading man, gorgeous and muscular Off-Broadway actor Peter Stevens. Will Jana find the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Unbreakable Bonds by Carolyn Ridder Aspenson

Unbreakable Bonds by Carolyn Ridder Aspenson is one of the best mystery/ sleuth novels that I have read. Her novel realistically portrays the real life of a family. The parents struggling to get their eldest daughter behaved, the wife suffering through menopause and the fact that she has the ability to communicate with ghosts. The... Continue Reading →

The Cat Who Played Post Office by Jilian Jackson Braun

Lilian Jackson Braun, has spun an incredible novel once again! The Cat Who Played Post Office, is about a reporter and his two cats. Mysteries are not always soloved by two legged creatures. In this exciting story, Lilian has her main character and two cats inherit an unexpected mansion. It's a huge adjustment for them... Continue Reading →

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