Review I always enjoy the twofer of reading the Mystery Bookshop series. You get the contemporary bookstore owner mystery and the historical fiction mystery that she is writing simultaneously. In Murder on Tour, I enjoyed the behind-the-scenes look at a book tour the most. I loved the scandal of one
Thirty Days of Darkness is a Nordic thriller with a twist. Hannah is a low selling award winning literary fiction author. She looks down upon genre fiction like mysteries. She takes up a challenge by a well-known bestselling mystery author, Jorn, to write her own mystery novel in thirty days.
The Edge is another terrific thriller from the master, David Baldacci. A former Ranger, Travis Devine, is working for the government in various shady projects. His latest assignment is to investigate the murder of CIA agent Jenny Silkwell in a rural coastal Maine town. The agent’s phone and laptop are
Bernie is a gentleman thief. He is also the owner of a brick-and-mortar bookshop in Greenwich Village, New York. Neither of those occupations are easy in today’s world. His customers browse in his bookstore but buy their books online. Cameras and electronic locks are everywhere. But what if one morning,
Stephanie Plum and her entire circle of co-workers, friends and family are back in Dirty Thirty. Bail bondswoman Stephanie is looking for a bunch of bail jumpers and a possible jewel thief. Former lady of the evening Lula is her irrepressible self trying to avoid a stalker, who just happens
Something strange is happening to Tamsin. First, her team at Myrica Dynamic discovers that their city is sinking. Could it be caused by the team’s mysterious secret underground project? More concerning is that Tamsin’s basement is sinking even faster than the surrounding area. Then a door appears, and an exact