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.
The Sunday Post is a meme hosted by Kimba, The Caffeinated Reviewer. I like to think of it as “Happened, Happening, Will Happen.” All the news that’s fit to print,…..
An internet billionaire assembles a staff to renovate a family mansion on an island off Rhode Island. They include the architect, the landscaper, and a cleaning service owner. Others, some living and some not so living, and some with bad intentions, show up too. It’s Molly’s first foray into New England — be ready to get ten-pin bowled over!
by fangswandsfairy • Guest Post, Tourwide Giveaway • Tags: Adair, Eternal Love, evil, Gothic, Gothic fiction, History, Immortality, Lanore, New England, Reckoning, Romance, Simon & Schuster, The Taker
Do “Love” and “Forever” Go Together?
by Alma Katsu
I’m often asked why I put the concept of immortality into The Taker. The story could’ve been purely historical with no, or at least less, of a supernatural element if there had been no question of the characters living forever. -cont.-