Mystery

Murder in the Corn Maze by G. A. McKevett

This was another cozy mystery that did not work for me, but I think it might for other people. Our leading lady is a grandmother to seven grandkids and has sole custody. This is a pretty chaotic situation to land into directly without prior information which might have been present in the first book (this… Continue reading Murder in the Corn Maze by G. A. McKevett

Mystery

Jeopardy in July (Jamie Quinn Mystery #5) by Barbara Venkataraman

I have reviewed the earlier books below: This is one of the continuing series that I have access to thanks to the author herself. That has not affected my review in any manner, and the review is entirely based on my own reading experience as I will describe below. This is the fifth instalment of… Continue reading Jeopardy in July (Jamie Quinn Mystery #5) by Barbara Venkataraman

Historical fiction, Humour, Mystery

Death Beside the Seaside (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #6) by T.E. Kinsey,

Narrator: Elizabeth Knowelden I have adored this series from the get-go. I started listening to it early on in my KU membership, and the absolutely brilliant narration of Elizabeth Knowelden is but the icing on a very, very delicious cake. If you check out my previous reviews below you will know just what I am… Continue reading Death Beside the Seaside (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #6) by T.E. Kinsey,

Mystery

Dover one and Dover Two – Joyce Porter

This is yet another foray into an older mystery series being reprinted. This particular series was first published in 1965 and they were comparatively smaller books that other I had on my TBR that I decided to jump right in and read them both. This will be a part of my #BritishCrimeClassicsChallenge The 'hero' of our… Continue reading Dover one and Dover Two – Joyce Porter

Historical fiction, Mystery

Murder in Black Tie (High Society Lady Detective #4) by Sara Rosett

  There are some books that I start reading because of recommendations from others and then there are those that I stumbled upon, enjoyed despite the overall ratings not being too high. These latter ones are rare, and this series is one of them (might even be the only one if I investigate this angle… Continue reading Murder in Black Tie (High Society Lady Detective #4) by Sara Rosett

Mystery

In Rhino We Trust (A Jenny Willson Mystery #3) by Dave Butler

This was unlike any other fictional mystery book that I have read this year. There are so many facts and realities woven into the tale, it is easy to forget the main protagonists (at least) are not real. It is also the third of a series I had never heard of or read before and… Continue reading In Rhino We Trust (A Jenny Willson Mystery #3) by Dave Butler