Death Distilled

Death Distilled

Death Distilled Cozy Mystery 2nd in Series Alibi (September 5, 2017) Print Length 300 pages E-Book ASIN: B01N6FSSUX by McKenna, Staff Reviewer Exciting, riveting, and intricately detailed. These are the three words that first come to my head when I try to describe...
Nora Tierney English Mystery Series by M. K. Graff

Nora Tierney English Mystery Series by M. K. Graff

What a delight to dive into the Nora Tierney English Mystery series by Marni K. Graff. The Golden Hour is book four in the series. Take a look below at the first three. For The Golden Hour, do not expect a fast-paced novel with lots of twists and turns. This is a...
Things Unsaid

Things Unsaid

Things Unsaid, by Diana Y. Paul by McKenna, Staff Reviewer Does anyone else remember reading The Glass Menagerie in high school? For those who don’t, it’s a play about a family that appears normal at first glance, but upon learning their stories, you soon realize the...
An Ivy Meadows Mystery by Cindy Brown

An Ivy Meadows Mystery by Cindy Brown

Ivy Meadows Mysteries – She’s back in Ivy Get Your Gun by McKenna, Staff Reviewer There are various elements that drive a story, and two of those are the plot and characters. A stellar storyline can often overshadow mediocre characters, and vice versa. In...
Tea Shops and Cozy Mysteries by Laura Childs

Tea Shops and Cozy Mysteries by Laura Childs

Pekoe Most Poison, the latest in the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs A Laura Childs books is like getting a hug. Really. Her cozies follow the rules of the genre and offer a couple of nights of pure escape, surrounded by developed characters, clear plots, and...
Dead Cold Brew – Coffeehouse Mysteries by Cleo Coyle

Dead Cold Brew – Coffeehouse Mysteries by Cleo Coyle

Dead Cold Brew Coffeehouse Mystery Series by Cleo Coyle Details. I love the details in Cleo Coyle’s books. Not just how good the hot, cheese-covered ziti smells or how smooth the dark espresso is, but unobtrusive moments of character details: from Clare quietly...
Little Girl Gone, An Afton Tangler Thriller by Gerry Schmitt

Little Girl Gone, An Afton Tangler Thriller by Gerry Schmitt

  Irish Breakfast tea. Check. Firm pillow and electric blanket. Check. Anticipation of turning that first page in Gerry Schmitt’s new Afton Tangler thriller, Little Girl Gone. Absolutely. Plot: The first chapter elegantly sets the story, mood, and tone. Ms. Schmitt...
Bubbles, Feather, and a Fling or Two

Bubbles, Feather, and a Fling or Two

Lily Iona MacKenzie gives us a lovely story. After meeting Bubbles, the stereotypical older, tired grandmother character is tossed out the door. Bubbles not only defies tradition, she is the complete antithesis of the typical elderly character. “Her blue eyes aren’t...
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