A Coastal Corpse is the first in a new series from Rebecca Douglass, whom you know well by now, I hope! I adored the Pismawallops PTA cosy mysteries (Death by Ice Cream etc), and this looks set to be another
Death at the Asylum is the fifth in the Rhe Brewster series by Noelle Granger, and every bit as good as the previous three. I seem to have missed Death in a Mudflat, which is mighty strange. Apologies, Noelle 🙂
I came across Andorra Pett some time ago, and of course, I couldn’t resist adding her to my TBR. Pett isn’t exactly a common surname. I hope to ask the author how he picked it later, but first, the book
Festive Mayhem is on tour, and I’ve joined up. Thank you to the authors and Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours for all the information – and the recipe! As you can see, the festive season books are already pouring out.
Death by Donut is the fifth in Rebecca Douglass’s highly entertaining Pismawallops PTA cozy mystery series. I’m lucky enough to have a preview copy, since I was also a beta reader, but I read the finished article last weekend. I’m
Flashback Friday is supposed to happen on Friday but I decided there was too much happening last week. Today is Thursday. I delved back into the archives for January posts and discovered Death By Trombone was launched in January 2016. I know
The Body in the Snow by Christoph Fischer was the last book I read in 2018, giving me the major achievement of completing my Mount TBR target of 36 books. I’ve missed this by two in the last two years.
Uncorking a Lie is the sequel to Decanting a Murder, which I reviewed last year. I’m delighted to be reviewing this book as part of the Great Escapes Book Tour. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway after you’ve read the
Welcome to another Great Escapes blog tour (and giveaway!), this time looking at the Hawaiian cosy mystery – The Cursed Canoe: A Molly Barda Mystery 2nd Book in Series Cozy Mystery Print Length: 338 pages Publisher: Hawaiian Heritage Press (February 23,
I’ve always been impressed with the Great Escapes blog tours. I picked up Decanting A Murder through this network, and it proved to be a really enjoyable experience from start to finish! If you like cosy mysteries – or even crime
This new book by Rebecca Douglass is the second in her cosy mystery series featuring JJ McGregor and her friends and family on Pismawallops Island, a fictional place off the Washington or Oregon coast. (I think) JJ and her friend
Today I’m pleased to be part of the blog tour for book 2 in the Nick and Nora cosy mystery series by T C LoTempio, organised by Inspired Kathy at I Am A Reader. Enjoy my review and enter the
Well, if it isn’t a new book by one of my favourite people! Read on for a special offer on the first in her cosy mystery series too! Death By Trombone (Pismawallops PTA Murder #2), By Rebecca M. Douglass School
This is a very funny book. I got it from Smashwords (probably on special offer) some time ago, maybe even three years now, because I read the excerpt and thought “This sounds good”. It’s pretty much a cosy mystery, although Becca
This is not really a cosy mystery, although it starts out that way, but Rhe Brewster, our heroine, turns into a police consultant, so I suppose it could be police procedural after all. What it definitely is, is a well-toned