Hattie Kavanaugh went to work restoring homes for Kavanaugh & Son Restorations at eighteen, married the boss’s son at twenty, and became a widow at twenty-five. Now, she’s passionate about … Continue reading The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews #BookReview #WomensFiction #Mystery
⭐️⭐️⭐️ | Takes One to Know One is a fresh take on a contemporary hard-boiled mystery. Corie Schottland Gellar, former FBI agent, is learning to navigate suburban upper-class America complete … Continue reading Mystery Book Review | Takes One to Know One by Susan Isaacs
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ | Last Pen Standing is a delightful new cozy series by Vivian Conroy with an unexpected wild west twist. Reading the novel is like sitting down with your favorite … Continue reading Mystery Book Review | Last Pen Standing by Vivian Conroy
Mystery Book Review | The Pawful Truth by Miranda James Berkley Publisher ▪️ July 16, 2019 ▪️ 288 pages In Bookstores Today!!! Dear Reader, The Pawful Truth is a fun … Continue reading The Pawful Truth Comes Out
Crooked Lane Books * June 11, 2019 Sleuth Callie Aspen wants to light up the Fourth of July tea party by solving a celebrity’s decades-old disappearance, but her digging results … Continue reading Mystery Book Review| Sweet Tea and Secrets by Joy Avon
Kensington Press · February 2019 · 304 pgs Dear Reader, 19 years and 26 books show that Joanne Fluke offers a great deal to readers with her Hannah Swensen … Continue reading Mystery May |Book Review| Chocolate Cream Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke
Dear Reader, Joanne Fluke’s new book in her Hannah Swenson series is coming out this month and it looks interesting, so I decided to read the first book in the … Continue reading Book Review | If you give a mystery lover a cookie…
Meet Rachel. She has been working very hard to make sure the small town does not lose all that is great about it but her hard work comes at a price.
Meet Richard. Lawyer to some, family to few, and friend to all. He will catch you up on the series to date.
2nd snapshot in the small town series I sat at the small table nestled amongst coolers and empty crates. Not an ideal spot but one that gave me the privacy … Continue reading Snapshots of a small town: Theater in a Crowded Java Joint (fiction)