The Three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
It’s been a very busy week this week. I’m on a gala committee to raise money for a local non-profit. We were originally scheduled to have the gala in late March of 2020 and, as I’m sure you guessed, it had to be postponed. It was rescheduled for this month but they quickly realized it could not be live. So we switched gears and put on a virtual gala. I did go onsite at the nonprofit and moderated the virtual chat as well as moving around the auction items and more. Busy, busy, busy, but for a good cause.
I do have some good books on tap this week – mostly mysteries. It’s about time I switched back to mysteries for a bit ❤️
I’m just starting this book today. I think it sounds interesting. It definitely caught my eye when Rachel sent it around as a Rachel’s Random Resources blog tour book.
About This Book
- Genre: Mystery
- Publication Date : August 31, 2020
- Print Length : 304 pages
- Publisher : Oak House Press
A dead body. An anonymous letter. This is only the beginning.
‘Not all evil, on the surface, is ugly and menacing. It doesn’t always lurk in city centres after dark. It mows your lawns, frequents your local pub, takes its kids to school and contributes to communities.’
When the first letter arrives saying that ‘tonight it begins’, journalist Miller Hatcher ignores it. But then the body of a murdered woman is discovered, strangled, a scarf around her neck.
Cassie Hughes has always vowed to find the man who murdered her mother. Cassie knows he’s out there and wants him to pay, and Miller agrees to bring the cold case back into the public’s eye.
Logan Dodds has been obsessed with true crime ever since his sister was murdered thirty years ago. He has turned his obsession into a career and has created the True Crime Enthusiasts Club and his newest venture, True Crime Tours.
The lives of Miller, Cassie and Logan – all affected differently by murder – become entwined as The Scarf Killer, desperate for infamy, and Miller’s attention, makes his mark on the small town of Lentford.
Okay – I know – a Christmas book photo with Halloween props… there is something very wrong with that. But, in my defense- why do so many Christmas books come out in October? I am not pulling out the Christmas props just for one picture, though.
This book really took me by surprise. I admit that I was concerned about whether I would like it or not. I don’t even remember why I signed up for the blog tour. But I was pleasantly surprised by this holiday story with A Christmas Carol vibe. The review is coming out tomorrow – cut it a little close didn’t I?
About This Book
- Genre: Holiday Fiction
- Print Length: 253 pages
- Publisher: self-published
- Publication Date: October 20, 2020
What if you could go back in time and fix the biggest mistake of your life?
Two years ago, Maisie’s best friend walked out of her life and she hasn’t heard from him since. When she wakes up in 1994, she naturally assumes she’s dreaming. But when she finds herself in the past again the next night and her actions in the dream alter her present-day life, she begins to wonder if she’s somehow hopping back in time. And if she is time-travelling, can she save her friendship with Jonas?
When Maisie is forced to relive Christmases of the past, will she face up to her mistakes, or make them all over again?
The 12 Christmases of You & Me is a magical tale of friendship, first loves, and learning to live in the present.
Book 1 and Book 2 of this series (Jess Bridges Mystery Series) are being published on the same day and I have both books. I don’t know why they are being published on the same day – I might recheck that to make sure I don’t need to switch things around – but they both sound good so 🤞.
About This Book
- Genre: Mystery. (Amazon lists it as a Psychological Thriller – I’d love it if it is)
- Print Length: 316 pages
- Publisher: One More Chapter (Harper Collins)
- Publication Date: October 30, 2020
A thrilling new whodunnit series, fast-paced and funny, featuring a detective as sharp as his suits and a heroine who’s trouble.
The River Thames always gives up its dead…
There’s a killer picking off victims from the wild swimming spots on the upper reaches of the Thames. The case takes Detective Inspector Leo George into the path of Jess Bridges, a private investigator who lives life close to the edge.
Their enquiries lead them to author, Jago Jackson, whose book on secret wild swimming spots has turned him into a social media celebrity. Is Jago’s book the blueprint that the murderer is following? If so, does that make Jago a target or the killer himself? Either way, the duo find themselves swimming in some very dangerous waters …
Talk to me about the book(s) you are reading this week (in the comments). I love hearing about them. ❤️
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