In THE STUDY OF SILENCE trouble-magnet Evie stumbles on a body instead of her lost shawl.
It’s dangerous for some old wolves to mix with the pack, and possibly more so when they do not.
by Sophia Rose • A Sophia Rose Review, Book Review Fiction • Tags: ancient Ireland, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Husband & Wife Detective Team, Ireland, mystery, reilgion, Religious Conflict, Sister Fidelma
When the Dead Travel the Ancient Roads of Ireland
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.
In this small town, cozy mystery centered around a librarian, a salvage company searches for pirates treasure off the coast where Briar Creek is located. Murder and mayhem ensue!
An English murder mystery set in the Regency on a post Pride and Prejudice framework. I listened to the audiobook and watched the mini-series.
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.