Monthly Archives: March 2019

Plowed Over: On the Wing

By Ellen Ann Callahan. Not often I work out a key element of the mystery early but I got this one really early. Not to worry, it was entertaining confirming I was right and there were plenty of other things

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Hazardous Duty

First in the Squeaky Clean Mystery series by Christy Barritt. This was a quick undemanding read. I’d just completed a particularly harrowing book which was also a bit heavy on profanities and this book is genuinely squeaky clean and a

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Where the Dead Fall

By MJ Lee. Two good opening chapters that really captured my attention. It held my attention and I picked it up at every opportunity. We get a good sense of who DI Ridpath is just in time for him to

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Buried in the Stacks

By Allison Brook. I was in the mood for a cosy mystery and this one sounded like fun: “Librarian Carrie Singleton is building a haven, but one of her neighbors is misbehavin’. Can resident spirit Evelyn help Carrie catch the

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Believe Me

By JP Delany. I was totally conflicted about this book. A great concept – Claire is the ultimate unreliable narrator – and a storyline that had me hooked. Sadly, the lead character didn’t inspire empathy and the general morality and

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Bitter Edge

By Rachel Lynch. It’s an open and shut case, obviously teenage suicide and the reader knows it. But when other cases DI Kelly Porter and her team are working on start to show links the investigation becomes a personal obsession.

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