Mystery

The Deadly Truth (Dr. Basil Willing #3) by Helen McCloy

I have read and reviewed the previous two books of the series : here The book is still available to request on NetGalley I read the first two books of the series quite recently and was pleasantly surprised when I saw this particular instalment available. Since there are no particular references to the events of… Continue reading The Deadly Truth (Dr. Basil Willing #3) by Helen McCloy

Mystery

The Case of the Perjured Parrot (Perry Mason #14) by Erle Stanley Gardner

I am currently on a spree of listening to the books of the series that are available to me. Just this year I have reviewed two others: Narrated by: Alexander Cendese As I work my way through the collection, the ones that I can get my hands on, Perry Mason continues to be an engaging read.… Continue reading The Case of the Perjured Parrot (Perry Mason #14) by Erle Stanley Gardner

Chick lit, Mystery

Long Island Iced Tina (Catering Hall Mystery #2) by Maria DiRico

I have read and reviewed the previous book of the series on the blog before: Having read the first of the series, I knew what I was getting into this time. The book lived up to the tone and style of the previous instalment. The plotline differed a little.In the previous visit, we made our… Continue reading Long Island Iced Tina (Catering Hall Mystery #2) by Maria DiRico

Chick lit, Mystery

Mystery by the Sea (A Lady Eleanor Swift Mystery Book 5) by Verity Bright

I have read and reviewed three previous books in this series: I missed one book in this series thus far and have liked it. This particular instalment was the best of the lot. The character of Lady Eleanor Swift has just gotten better with every passing book. In this adventure by the sea, I believed… Continue reading Mystery by the Sea (A Lady Eleanor Swift Mystery Book 5) by Verity Bright

Mystery

The Silence of the White City by Eva García Sáenz

Translator: Nick Caistor This is a translated work that I picked up on a whim. It is the first in a series, although it references an older crime and also a connection between the lead protagonist and the probable villain. During the course of the current narrative, a very (seemingly) random story of the past… Continue reading The Silence of the White City by Eva García Sáenz

Drama, Mystery

Silent Night (Paige Northwood #2) by Nell Pattison

Before I talk about how much I liked the book in general, I must say that I liked the narrative's focus. I have never read a fictional story written so entirely immersed in the deaf community. This is the second book in a series, but that particular point did not bother me much.Our lead protagonist… Continue reading Silent Night (Paige Northwood #2) by Nell Pattison