Non Fiction

How to Solve a Murder: True Stories from a Life in Forensic Medicine by Derek Tremain, Pauline Tremain

Narrators: John Sackville , Kim Hicks It will be strange to say that a book about forensic medicine was soothing to listen to. Even at 1.5x, the narrators sounded calm and methodical and set the tone for the narrative. This is a story of two people in the forensic industry who have been worked with, been involved… Continue reading How to Solve a Murder: True Stories from a Life in Forensic Medicine by Derek Tremain, Pauline Tremain

Thriller

Detective Jude Fontaine #2 #3 by Anne Frasier

Narrated by : Emily Sutton Smith I reviewed the first of the series : here This is the second book in the series and continues on the note that we left it in. The city has descended into darkness because of a chain of events, and now in the aftermath, a new maniac comes to… Continue reading Detective Jude Fontaine #2 #3 by Anne Frasier

Historical fiction, Humour, Mystery

The Fatal Flying Affair (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #7) by T.E. Kinsey

If you have the time, inclination and the patience, I highly recommend reading my older reviews. The gushing does come forth quite obviously for this series. Narrated by Elizabeth Kowelden There are few things more satisfying than a great series with every book as good, if not better than the last. Throw in a splash… Continue reading The Fatal Flying Affair (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #7) by T.E. Kinsey

Drama

The Extraordinary Hope of Dawn Brightside by Jessica Ryn

I have a slew of posts coming up because I spent a day or two wrapping up multiple books I was simultaneously reading! Previously, every time I said this, I ended up not sticking to it but this time around I am trying to make this declaration to hold myself accountable and follow through. Some… Continue reading The Extraordinary Hope of Dawn Brightside by Jessica Ryn