Aren’t we all a little surprised to find ourselves in this long-predicted situation? For years, decades, we’ve been warned that now we can travel globally, so can diseases. And here it is, COVID-19!
Shadow’s Bane, Karen Chance, and Dragon’s Claw Diamond Fire, Ilona Andrews The Skeleton Makes a Friend, Leigh Perry A Snicker of Werewolves, MaryJanice Davidson Shades of Wicked, Jeaniene Frost Monday’s Lie, Jamie Mason Four Funerals[…]
J.D. Barker is an interesting young man. I met him at a convention, and he told me how lucky he was to be attracting the attention with this book that every author hopes for….
Books of the Week: The Haunted Season, G.M. Malliet The Beautiful Ashes, Jeaniene Frost Carry On, Rainbow Rowell I’ve always enjoyed G.M. Malliet’s Father Max Tudor books, even when some of her choices surprised me.[…]
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.[…]
Books of the Week: A Demon Summer, G.M. Malliet Personal, Lee Child Murder at Honeychurch Hall, Hannah Dennison The Beautiful Ashes, Jeaniene Frost On my recent vacation, I read a lot of old Miss Marple[…]
Books of the Week: Up from the Grave, Jeaniene Frost Dead Harvest, Chris F. Holm The Nero Wolfe books, Rex Stout The Girl with all the Gifts, M.R. Carey Jeaniene Frost ended her hugely popular[…]
Books of the Week: Jane and Prudence, A Few Green Leaves, An Academic Question, An Unsuitable Attachment, Barbara Pym The Cat and Bones books by Jeaniene Frost Indexing, Seanan McGuire As you can see,[…]