Monthly Archives: March 2015

A Demon Summer by G. M. Malliet

Wow! I am blown away by the latest installment Malliet’s series about former MI-5 agent Father Max Tudor. This mystery is deep and dark as well as tangled and treacherous. Slowly the layers are peeled away and the plots and … Continue reading

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Fool Me Once by Steve Hockensmith and Lisa Falco

Fool Me Once is the second book in the White Magic Five and Dime series by Steve Hockensmith and Lisa Falco. Steve Hockensmith is also the author of the Holmes on the Range series and I love the audiobooks for … Continue reading

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New in the Elliot Lisbon Series

Swan Dive is the third book in Kennel Lynn’s Elliot Lisbon mystery series. Like most mysteries I’ve read that are published by Henery Press this book is a fun read with plenty of humor, great characters and a solid mystery. … Continue reading

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Left Coast Crime Awards 2015

This weekend in Portland, Oregon the 2015 Left Coast Crime Awards were given out. Lefty Award for Most Humorous Mystery Winner – Herbie’s Got Game by Timothy Hallinan Nominated – The Good, The Bad and the Emus by Donna Andrews … Continue reading

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Cozy Quilting Mystery

A Stitch in Crime is part of the Quilts of Love Christian fiction series. This series is a bit different in that the books in it are from a variety of genres including romance, women’s fiction, romantic suspense and, like … Continue reading

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