Read and Buried: A Lighthouse Library Mystery by Eva Gates Character Guest Post Into the Center of the Earth By Lucy Richardson from the Lighthouse Library Series by Eva Gates My employment contract says “other duties as assigned”. I guess descending toward the center of the earth qualifies. Although I’d
It’s December in Massachusetts in the latest adventure of Sid the animated skeleton where The Skeleton Stuffs a Stocking in anticipation of Christmas morning. When Bryon, teenager Madison’s Akita, finds a human femur, it is no surprise. After all, their family has an animated skeleton named Sid living in their
The Missing Ones are young children missing from a touristy island in Maine. Damaged heroine Hester Thursby is unwilling dragged into the case by a cryptic text by long-missing best friend Daphne. In the excellent Little Comfort (here is my 5-star review), the first book in this series, three-year-old Kate
There is Wonton Terror when the Wonton on Wheels food truck explodes at the first Asian Night Market in Cleveland. Lana Lee is now managing her parent’s restaurant, the Ho-Lee Noodle House. While promoting the restaurant at Market night, her parent’s old friend, Ronnie, is killed in the explosion. When
Terns of Endearment brings the whole Meg Langslow crew aboard a cruise ship to Bermuda where both murder and secrets abound! When called upon to be a wildlife lecturer, Meg’s grandfather Dr. Blake brings the whole family along on the questionably run Pastime cruise line. The ship’s crew is disorganized
Two seemingly unrelated cases enliven Labyrinth, the 23rd entry in the FBI Thriller series. Agent Sherlock hits a running man with her car while caroming around after being struck herself by an SUV running a red light. Waking up in the hospital, she can’t remember her name or recognize her
Bailey, Aiden, and the rest of the village of Harvest Ohio return in Toxic Toffee, the fourth in the Amish Candy Shop cozy mystery series. It’s a week before Easter when the village’s self-appointed marketer, Margot, convinces chocolatier Bailey to make a six foot toffee bunny for the town square.
Richard Pryce is killed with an expensive wine bottle. The killer writes 182 in green paint on the wall. Those are not the most extraordinary points in The Sentence is Death. Anthony Horowitz, the fictional writer, written by the real Anthony Horowitz, the author of this book, is working with