Today Susan Allott’s first novel is out in the world and I am thrilled to be able to share a bit about the book with you guys!
Not only is the cover inviting, but the premise of the book sounds so good and I can’t wait to read this one!
It’s getting some rave reviews and if thrillers are your thing then you don’t want to miss this book. I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since it arrived in my mail box last week. I didn’t have time to fit it into my review schedule for this month but you better believe I am making room later this fall for it! Continue reading “Special Feature: The Silence by Susan Allott”
Last year I read Someone We Know when it first came out and today it’s out in paperback! So to celebrate, I am re-sharing my review today!
If you love suspense and thriller novels, Lapena is a great choice. I have only read a couple of her books but I have enjoyed each of them. I am looking forward to her upcoming novels as well!
Be sure to pop pick up a copy of the paperback release today and see what I thought of this book when I originally read it! It held my interest and kept me guessing for sure! Continue reading “Re-Share Review: Someone We Know by Shari Lapena”
This exciting new series comes with a lot to recommend itself….romance, mystery, and suspense! I am so thrilled to be able to bring you guys some sneak peaks today!
As many of you know, I am a big fan of Harlequin Books and this series sounds so exciting and like an all around feel good read right now. Each of these authors in this mini series brings a lot to the table.
There are four books in the series and today I am bringing you all a sample of each of the four books in the series so keep reading for some exciting things coming out of Harlequin this summer! Continue reading “Special Feature and Excerpts: Tactical Crime Division”
Bianca Goddard is a completely new to me sleuth, last year was the first time I discovered her and it was the fourth book that I picked up. I was told that each book in the series could be read as a standalone, so I was excited to dive in, even if I was skeptical.
I was thrilled that the book was indeed possible to read as a standalone and thought it was a very interesting and enjoyable series so I was excited to read the next book, even if I haven’t gone back and read the other books in the series.
This book sounded exceptionally good as it is set in the final days of Henry VIII reign and seemed to include a Catholic reference so I was excited to see how this one unfolded and as always, to read a well done mystery. Continue reading “Review: The Lost Boys of London (Bianca Goddard Mysteries #5) by Mary Lawrence”
There is just something about a cozy foodie mystery that provides so much comfort and escapism. I mean not only am I solving a murder mystery but I am also getting to do it while dreaming of my favorite treats! It’s a great combo for me.
This series, The Cookie House Mystery series, is new to me it sounds like it’s a fun way to pass the time. I also think the covers are adorable and that sweet dog on this cover just stole my heart!
While this is the second book in the series, it sounds like it could also be read as a standalone so if you are looking for a little escape featuring food then you might want to give this one a go!
Kate McGuire has a lot on her dessert plate. She’s launching a cookie-of-the-day challenge in the heart of Coral Cay, providing sweet treats for the reception of the town’s handsome new veterinarian—not to mention dealing with tourists in town for a pirate festival and the surprise arrival of her former fiancé, Evan, who seems determined to win her back.
And if that’s not enough, a skeleton has been discovered—in the backyard behind her best friend Maxi’s floral shop. Could the remains belong to Sir George Bly, the legendary pirate founder of Coral Cay? Or is something more sinister afoot? This time, Kate will need every trick in her recipe book to help Maxi find the truth, before the last of the cookies crumble …(summary from Author web page)
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