Mystery

Murder Most Actual by Alexis Hall

The premise of this story drew me in. It almost sits between a thriller where things are going terribly wrong in a hotel and a cozy mystery, with one protagonist trying to use her amateur detective skills to (successfully) crack the mystery.A couple decides to take a holiday to take a break and recharge their… Continue reading Murder Most Actual by Alexis Hall

Mystery, Non Fiction

The Man Who Fell From the Sky by William Norris

Narrated by Tom Beyer When I picked this book, I was not aware of its original publishing date. I somehow did not pay attention to it. It was only when I was sitting down to write this review did I finally figure that out. This book is about one year older than me, which makes… Continue reading The Man Who Fell From the Sky by William Norris

Mystery

Cue for Murder and Who’s Calling by Helen McCloy

I continue to like this author's works more because of their entertainment value than actual scientific facts/investigation. There are times I felt like I should check the possibility of a certain train of thought/psychological pronouncement, but I left it alone in order to enjoy the plotline itself. Cue for Murder: This story begins with a… Continue reading Cue for Murder and Who’s Calling by Helen McCloy

Chick lit, Mystery

Murder at a Scottish Social (Scottish Shire Mystery #3) by Traci Hall

I have read and reviewed the previous two books on the blog before. It is always refreshing when a series maintains its allure three books in. I started this series because I always like a new location and a new kind of protagonist. There have been quite a few series that I have abandoned after… Continue reading Murder at a Scottish Social (Scottish Shire Mystery #3) by Traci Hall