I have been reading a lot of mysteries lately where the characters and even the setting were prioritized above the mystery itself. Having read other locked room mysteries by this author, I was looking forward to the challenge. And the Plague Court Murders did not disappoint! “Cats with their throats
The Paradise Affair is filled with lush descriptions of Hawaii in 1898. In fact, it feels like you are reading a travel memoir from an earlier slower-paced era. There are also two mysteries to solve for the husband and wife private detective duo, Sabina and Tom Quincannon. Overall, I liked,
Character Interview Interview with Fish Out of Water’s Deputy Sheriff Trent Walker How long have you been a Deputy Sheriff? I became a sheriff right after I graduated from Arkansas State University. So I reckon it’s been nearly six years now. Time sure flies, don’t it? What do you think of
Author Guest Post Chocolate, Community Coffee and Involuntary Autobiographical Memory If you’ve met me for five minutes, you probably know I’m really into coffee. I have an espresso machine at my house, and the first thing I do when I travel (pre COVID, and hopefully again someday soon!) is to
Famous penultimate words, “They can’t charge me for something I didn’t do.” Famous last words, “Your police force is a joke. They think I murdered Adele.” —from One Poison Pie Mia is starting a food business providing catering, a meal delivery service, and a chef training program. Her first job
About Murder Can Haunt Your Handiwork Murder Can Haunt Your Handiwork (A Haunted Craft Fair Mystery) Cozy Mystery 3rd in Series Publisher: Kensington (December 29, 2020) Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages ISBN-10: 1496721659 ISBN-13: 978-1496721655 Digital ASIN: B086R8YGLD A Gilded Age ghost helps psychic painter Celeste Cabot catch a killer
“Predators, prey, parasites – that was Los Angeles in three words, and more often than not, it was hard to make a distinction between them.”—from Deep into the Dark Sam is a wounded soldier back from Afghanistan fighting intense PTSD nightmares. Despite having an engineering degree, Sam works at the
It all started with a missing cat. Eleven-year-old Lauren asks Gemma to help her find Snowball, which Gemma promptly does. A few days later, Lauren is back asking Gemma to clear her mom, Sheila, of murder charges. The victim, Anna, was suspected of having an affair with Lauren’s dad, David.