Historical fiction, Romance

A Proper Charade by Esther Hatch

It has been a while since I read a 'regency romance' which had only romance and no mystery or additional plotline. I read quite a few in college and then reached a saturation point. It has been a decade since then, but I never binged like that again. I have seen quite a few available… Continue reading A Proper Charade by Esther Hatch

Mystery

The Case of the Howling Dog by Erle Stanley Gardner

Narrated by: Alexander Cendese I am pleased to admit that I have had no problems continuing in my journey of available Perry Mason books on my Kindle Unlimited account. The fun continues in this one. Mason is riding high on a victory when the oddest man comes in. He is either mad or in the grips… Continue reading The Case of the Howling Dog by Erle Stanley Gardner

Mystery

Dead Men Don’t Ski (Inspector Henry Tibbett Mystery #1) by Patricia Moyes

This is yet another book which my library luckily had in the older non-Christie category. They do not have the rest in order but given the abrupt introduction of our investigator Henry Tibbett, I do not think it should matter if I read it out of order. As I read more books by older women… Continue reading Dead Men Don’t Ski (Inspector Henry Tibbett Mystery #1) by Patricia Moyes

Historical fiction, Mystery

A Fatal Finale by Kathleen Marple Kalb

A strong, intelligent and multi-dimensional female lead character and set in an Opera company in 1899 has the capacity to enthral. The historical aspect in this was immersive in such a way that when I watched some police procedurals during my meals, between reading this book, I had to blink and caught myself wondering why… Continue reading A Fatal Finale by Kathleen Marple Kalb