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On My Bookshelf — March 26th, 2021

Lots of books still On My Bookshelf.  I don’t seem to be getting through as many books as I would like yet so I’m only sharing 8 for the coming month and am hoping to get caught up.  A Top … Continue reading

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Mystery Monday Meme: The Guest List by Lucy Foley

Today’s Monday Mystery is The Guest List . It’s not very often I see books advertised on television but I guess coming up to Christmas it becomes the thing for some sellers/publishers to do. That’s where I first heard about … Continue reading

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Mystery Monday: Little Deaths by Emma Flint

Today’s mystery feature is a novel by Emma Flint and is her debut novel.  Little Deaths was inspired by a true story and takes place in Queens, New York City in 1965 with the noise of the World’s Fair in … Continue reading

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First Chapter, First Paragraph & Teaser Tuesday: The Jazz Files by Fiona Veitch Smith

First chapter, first paragraph, is a meme hosted by Bibliophile by the Sea. I just finished reading The Jazz Files but didn’t have a chance earlier to give you the first paragraph and teaser, so I’m doing it now.  If … Continue reading

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Mystery Monday: Murder on Reflection by Lou Peters

Today’s Mystery Monday review involves three separate cases of four murders that lead Inspector Andy Parish a merry dance through southwest England and north Wales.  The inspector, whose marriage had ended a year earlier, had finally made the decision to put … Continue reading

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Mystery Monday: S’more Murder: A Frosted Love Cozy Mystery — Book 19

This week’s Mystery Monday features an author I’ve only just become aware of.  Summer Prescott is author of several mystery series.  This particular “foodie” mystery series seems to come out rather frequently and the books are a very quick read.  While … Continue reading

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Post Script: The Holiday Murders- Robert Gott

Originally posted on Reading, Writing and Riesling:
Powerful, brutal, captivating and charming. And did I mention well written?? The Holiday Murders: Robert Gott- Scribe. The Holiday Murders Robert Gott Scribe ISBN: 9781922070258 Description: ON CHRISTAMS EVE, 1943 The newly founded…

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Breaker’s Reef by Terri Blackstock, a review

Breaker’s Reef by Terri Blackstock is the 4th in a series of mysteries in a Christian vein that take place in Cape Refuge.  I received a free eCopy of this novel from Book Look Bloggers in exchange for an honest … Continue reading

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To Kill or Cure, Review

I think the 13th Chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew is my favourite Susanna Gregory to date.  To Kill or Cure has a little bit of everything to make an enjoyable and intriguing mystery. First, there are all the familiar characters: Brother Matthew, … Continue reading

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Great Saturday Read

When I’m dining out alone, I’m usually reading a book while I eat.  Right now I’m visiting with my Dad and we’ve been in quite a few restaurants.  The other day we were at one of our favourite diners in … Continue reading

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