When We Return is on a Great Escapes Tour, which I recommend for any crime and mystery author-bloggers. I had vowed not to take any more new books to review, but I just couldn’t resist this–even though the review won’t
The Physicists’ Daughter is by Mary Anna Evans, who is touring at present with Lori’s Great Escapes tours. Ad don’t miss the Giveaway that’s part of the tour! And the reason why you think you’ve seen this post before? I
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.
I joined the Firefly Warrior Club Book Tour, and later realised it should be ‘warriors.’ Since I’d already set my link up to the host’s list, I left the post title as is! Apologies to the author, but the rest
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 this Great Escapes Book Tour for the 4th in the Molly Barda series of cosy mysteries set in Hawaii. You may remember I reviewed book 2, The Cursed Canoe, in June. This time there’s also a Rafflecopter Giveaway
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