Mystery

The Murders at Fleat House by Lucinda Riley

This is one of those rare books published for the first time despite having been written long ago. The only others like this that I have had the opportunity to come across were old classic mysteries.I have read a few of the author's works and was quite surprised to see one so different in her… Continue reading The Murders at Fleat House by Lucinda Riley

Historical fiction, Mystery

Death at the Manor by Katherine Schellman

I have read and reviewed the first book in the series: here. I am quite surprised at how I wrote it, I liked my own writing when I went back to look at it before I sat down with this. My review of the first book of the series was a lot more interesting than… Continue reading Death at the Manor by Katherine Schellman

Mystery

The Case of the Baited Hook by Erle Stanley Gardner

Narrated by: Alexander Cendese I have been very lax in keeping up with my kindle unlimited books. I have been further lazy to review the few I have read/listened to. I plan to correct this before my end-of-year graph-making sessions because I do not want my reading to appear completely similar.I almost typed the words… Continue reading The Case of the Baited Hook by Erle Stanley Gardner

Historical fiction, Mystery

A Lady Eleanor Swift Mystery #10 #11 by Verity Bright

After reading and reviewing books that were a little off my comfort zone, I am back to a familiar series. I have been routinely entertained throughout this from the very first book. If you think we will find out what happened to our lead protagonist's parents in either of these, you are mistaken. That does… Continue reading A Lady Eleanor Swift Mystery #10 #11 by Verity Bright

Historical fiction, Mystery, Romance

The Letter from Briarton Park by Sarah E. Ladd

This book tried to do a lot in a short space of time. It was a worthy effort, and I liked it enough to appreciate the different angles of approach, but I still felt like one or two avenues could have been left alone for a more invested feeling.The biggest advantage of the author's writing… Continue reading The Letter from Briarton Park by Sarah E. Ladd

Historical fiction, Mystery

Mr. Quayle Mysteries #0.5, #1 by Anthony Slayton

I read this book in the reverse order. After I finished the first in the series, at the end of the book, I was offered access to the prequel, which I immediately took up and, since it was a novella, finished it in one sitting.I will obviously talk about the prequel first.Anthony Quayle is a… Continue reading Mr. Quayle Mysteries #0.5, #1 by Anthony Slayton