Chick lit, Mystery

Murder at Hotel 1911 (Ivy Nichols #1) by Audrey Keown

I have not made a secret of the fact that I have been in a slump. There are different phases of it that I have been cycling through. One primary type is when I continue reading, like/dislike a book and move on without writing reviews immediately. This might be (although I hope I am not… Continue reading Murder at Hotel 1911 (Ivy Nichols #1) by Audrey Keown

Mystery

Vintage Crime Edited by Martin Edwards

I read this collection more than a month ago and spent all that time postponing my review. I wanted to talk about the individual stories in the book for two reasons. My reactions to many varied and making sure all the separate author names are catalogued for my own reference in the future.First off, I… Continue reading Vintage Crime Edited by Martin Edwards

Chick lit

Starry Skies Over The Chocolate Pot Cafe by Jessica Redland

I have read quite a few of the author's previous works and enjoyed the first batch and was not enamoured by the last few. This instalment brought back the 'feels' from that initial introduction to the series. The main protagonist has been in the background of the series from the very beginning and finally gets… Continue reading Starry Skies Over The Chocolate Pot Cafe by Jessica Redland

Chick lit

A Year at Appleyard Farm(Tales From Appleyard #1-4) by Emma Davies

This is a collection of four different novellas, and for the first time, I probably would have preferred reading them separately. They are very distinct pieces of work, although the location of the stories is in and around the Appleyard. There is a twinge of magic, the unexplained version that is threaded through every tale.… Continue reading A Year at Appleyard Farm(Tales From Appleyard #1-4) by Emma Davies

Chick lit, Mystery

On Borrowed Crime (Jane Doe Book Club Mystery #1) by Kate Young

A new cozy mystery begins in the southern USA. The situation is well set up, with our leading lady being from a prominent local family - an only child. Her mother has secrets to be better explored in later instalments, and she works for her uncle, who is a detective. There is enough in here… Continue reading On Borrowed Crime (Jane Doe Book Club Mystery #1) by Kate Young

Adventure, Historical fiction

A Dangerous Language (#8) & A Testament of Character (#10) – A Rowland Sinclair Mystery by Sulari Gentill

I have read a few books out of order of this series, but each of them wanting to meet these people again My reviews are linked below: For once I picked up where I had left off in this series. I read the previous book and knew the mental state of everyone involved. After a… Continue reading A Dangerous Language (#8) & A Testament of Character (#10) – A Rowland Sinclair Mystery by Sulari Gentill