Charlaine Harris

Charlaine Harris

Books & Blog: April 27, 2015

Books of the Week: Jewel of the Thames, Angela Misri Baltic Gambit, E.E. Night Deliver Us, Kathryn Casey My friend Dana Cameron recommended Angela Misri’s book. Dana, as well as Angela Misri, apparently, is quite a Sherlockian. Whether you are or not — and especially if you enjoyed Laurie King’s …

Books & Blog: April 13, 2015

Books of the Week: The Witch with No Name, Kim Harrison Force of Attraction, D.D. Ayres A Lovely Way to Burn, Louise Welsh Duke City Desperado, Max Austin I’ve had The Witch with No Name on my TBR bookcase ever since it was published. I guess I just hated to …

Day Shift

Book 2 of the Midnight Texas series. Ace, May 5, 2015, (Hardcover) ISBN-10: 0425263193, ISBN-13: 978-0425263198 Purchase from Amazon| Purchase from Barnes and Noble “In Midnight Crossroad, Charlaine Harris “capture[d] the same magic as the world of Bon Temps, Louisiana, and [took] it to another level” (Houston Press). Now the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the …

Books & Blog: March 30, 2015

Books of the Week: Past Tense, Catherine Aird Poison Fruit, Jacqueline Carey The Shifting Price of Prey, Suzanne McLeod It’s only fair to remark that I got about a third of the way through a mystery when I realized I just didn’t care about any of the characters enough to …

Books & Blog: March 23, 2015

Books of the Week Last Writes, Catherine Aird The Last Kashmiri Rose, Barbara Cleverly Now You See Her, Sharon Bolton Murder in Waiting, Mignon G. Eberhart Even minor work by Catherine Aird is sure to entertain, and this collection of her short stories is no exception. Some of the stories …

Books & Blog: March 9, 2015

Books of the Week City of Stairs, Robert Jackson Bennett Pocket Apocalypse, Seanan McGuire Deadshifted, Cassie Alexander Uprooted, Naomi Novik, on sale JUNE 30 The jacket copy, which calls City of Stairs a “stunningly original work of fantasy,” is not exaggerating. I had never read Robert Jackson Bennett’s work before, …

Books & Blog: February 23, 2015

Books of the Week Burned, Karen Marie Moning Murder Most Persuasive, Tracy Kiely Bound by Flames, Jeaniene Frost As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust, Alan Bradley Vision in Silver, Anne Bishop Mystery in White, J. Jefferson Farjeon I’ve read a delightful assortment of books lately, ranging from the romance side …

Books & Blog: January 26, 2015

Books of the Week: Nice, Jen Sacks The Slow Regard of Silent Things, Patrick Rothfuss Dry Bones in the Valley, Tom Bouman Symbiont, Mira Grant Jen Sacks’s Nice came recommended by another member of Sisters in Crime. The description of it – “A girl hates breaking up with boyfriends, so …

Books & Blog: January 12, 2015

Books of the Week: The Professionals, Owen Laukkanen Bless Her Dead Little Heart, Miranda James Let me make a confession. When I began The Professionals, I knew nothing about Owen Laukkanen, and I vaguely assumed he was one of the Scandinavian writers making a big splash in the mystery community …