Monthly Archives: April 2013

Review: The Watcher in the Shadows

Chris Moriarty has maintained the high quality storytelling that made The Inquisitor’s apprentice such a great book in her follow-up, The Watcher in the Shadows. The tension is ratcheted up in the sequel and a number of loose ends are … Continue reading

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Review: The Inquisitor’s Apprentice

As a member of Amazon Vine, I received a free copy of The Inquisitor’s Apprentice, a middle grade fantasy/mystery, and posted this review in September of 2011: The Inquisitor’s Apprentice is a fantasy set in an alternate New York in … Continue reading

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Drinking Tea and Reading Mysteries

The joys of drinking herbal tea and reading cozy mysteries I had to include the link to this Killer Hobbies blog post by Chrystle Fielder, author of Scent to Kill. It matches my blog so perfectly! Herbal teas

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National Library Week April 14-20

Perrhaps no place in any community is so totally democratic as the town library. The only entrance requirement is interest. –Lady Bird Johnson Next week is National Library Week and Tuesday, April 16 is Library Workers Day, so be sure … Continue reading

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Review: Phryne Fisher #1: Cocaine Blues

(I’m trying out a “format” for reviews. Feel free to leave a comment on it.) I am a reviewer for Amazon Vine and this month I chose to review the first season of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries on DVD. This … Continue reading

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