Chick lit, Historical fiction, Mystery

Death in Paris (Màiri Maguire #1) by Kate Darroch

I am about one week away from a self-imposed deadline to make my first set of graphs for the year. I thought I was on track for it until I took a few days off from reading and blogging. It remains to be seen what this week will bring! Funnily enough, although the central plot… Continue reading Death in Paris (Màiri Maguire #1) by Kate Darroch

Historical fiction, Mystery

Poison at the Village Show by Catherine Coles

I missed a day at the start of this month and lost my streak of continuous posting. I am not too caught up in the thought only because I managed to sit down and put this together. I am not sure which part of that statement to take as an indication of what this month… Continue reading Poison at the Village Show by Catherine Coles

Historical fiction, Mystery

A Fatal Overture by Kathleen Marple Kalb

I have read and reviewed the previous two books in the series: This is yet another series that I am really enjoying the progress of. The setting is unique, as are the characters and their interactions.It is 1900s New York, and Ella Shane runs an Opera company. I would not recommend starting this series at… Continue reading A Fatal Overture by Kathleen Marple Kalb

Chick lit, Mystery

#FollowMe for Murder (Trending Topic Mysteries, #1) by Sarah E. Burr

This falls under the category of lighter cozy mysteries. We have a young, good looking and self-made woman who finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation when it occurs in her client's shop.Coco is an enterprising woman. She has found a niche that I would have otherwise poo-poohed if not for the presentation… Continue reading #FollowMe for Murder (Trending Topic Mysteries, #1) by Sarah E. Burr

Drama, Historical fiction, Mystery

Murder Under Her Skin by Stephen Spotswood

This is a highly engrossing series. It veers a little away from my more traditional historical fiction reads, which have a sleuthing duo, but they have happier lives (or at least histories).I would not recommend reading this without having read the first. WillowJean has had a non-traditional upbringing, and in this installment we get to… Continue reading Murder Under Her Skin by Stephen Spotswood