Family loyalty or a chance at love in a historical whodunit.
Category: Mystery & Detective
A former-witch, a ghost and a bat walk into a coffee bar (it IS Seattle after all),…
No one can solve crimes like a Mainer! And, everyone knows a mom will insist it wasn’t their child’s fault when things go wrong. And, no one will ever suspect the local movie star isn’t just trying to get free publicity. I am worried about the number of psychologically imbalanced individuals in this tiny Maine coastal community.
Lindsey’s brother Jack, a brilliant numbers guy shows up unexpectedly, and you know in a mystery when ever something happens unexpectedly there areI have going to be issues.
American ex-pat Maggie Hope, spy and Churchill’s secretary, returns as the US enters WWII and helps out the White House as she uncovers a plot to destroy Eleanor Roosevelt’s reputation.
Opening a community theater, retired actress and crafternooner Violet LaRue calls in some of her friends: in particular a current heart throb his ex-wife and manager, and his last girlfriend. But accidents keep happening to the leading man, and soon Lindsey is in danger. Lindsey and her ex-beau, Sully, are mooning after each other, but Lindsey is getting ticked off about it.
An insurance exec and her sleuth boyfriend move to Provence and investigate a series of diamond robberies.
Kate and Nick are working to stop an international, money-laundering, gambling scheme that takes them from California to Las Vegas to Oahu, Macao and back again.
Today I look at two books from the cozy, LIBRARY LOVER’S mystery series: BOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING and DUE OR DIE by Jenn McKinlay.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, contemporary romance, Contemporary Romantic Suspense, Mystery & Detective • Tags: abuse, airplane, Art, Domestic violence, Low COuntry, sea glass, So. Carolina, Southern
A woman from Maine discovers she has inherited a house through her late husband. She turns her life upside down and moves there only to discover her husband’s family had a lot of secrets.
Today’s review of the FRENCH CONCESSION by Xiao Bai comes from the mind of my guest reviewer, and husband, Don Desbiens. It’s about Shanghai in the 1930s: a fascinating and, apparently frightening, place.
A widowed Scottish barrister meets a Cockney pickpocket and there’s no argument when they fall in love.
It’s unimaginable that Jane Austen did not write P & P, Is it not? But is it possible? And imagine what would happen if you had proof.