The Night Hawks – number thirteen in the Ruth Galloway series. And Elly Griffiths is already onto number 14! This one finished my summer reading with a bang, and gave me an N for my Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge. The
The Madness of Crowds by Louise Penny came to me as a Net-Galley offering. It’s well through the Inspector Gamache series, which I first encountered in A to Z Challenge 2014 when I needed a book starting with Q, and
Although I read this book during the Clean Sweep Readathon in May, I’m delighted to post the review today on the anniversary of receiving it in a swag bag from Writers’ Centre Norwich as part of the Noirwich Crime Festival.
Welcome to the Great Escapes Book Tour for Closed Casket (released 6th Sept), the second Hercule Poirot novel written by Sophie Hannah. I was lucky enough to attend a writers’ evening with Sophie last year, or was it the year before,
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
Middle Grade readers rejoice! There’s a new Frankie Dupont, kid-PI mystery in the shops! If you read my review of Frankie Dupont and the Mystery of Enderby Manor, you’ll know that these are fast, fun reads for youngsters from 8