Erica gets around. She bullied the people adopting her newborn baby into handing over an extra $100,000. She is having an affair with Niall, a married man, with the intent to blackmail him later. And now she is blackmailing Patrick to not tell his wife, or the authorities, about the
My Review Tea & Treachery is the first book in a new culinary cozy mystery series by the author of the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and the Lighthouse Library literary cozy mystery series. On Cape Cod, Lily owns a tearoom right next to her grandmother Rose’s bed and breakfast. Rose’s other
Hildy already has a full-time job working as a hospital social worker in rural Sorenson, Wisconsin. She decides to take a second job to ride along with Police Officer Devonshire (Devo for short) and her therapy dog, Roscoe on the Night Shift. Hildy is doing what all the Defund the
The Wife Who Knew Too Much has the best opening paragraph I’ve read in quite a while. “I’m writing this to raise an alarm in case of my untimely death. This is hard to admit, even to myself, let alone to the world. My husband is planning to kill me.
“I’m sorry to have to tell you that Theo isn’t your son. He’s mine.” said Miles to Pete. It seems that their now two-year-old sons were switched at birth in the hospital. And Miles has DNA evidence to prove it in Playing Nice, a new domestic thriller by the author
His & Hers is a true cat and mouse story. Or maybe cat among the pigeons is a better analogy. It is my favorite book so far this year for its completely original story and especially for its many twists and turns in the plot. For two years, Anna Andrews