Dead Cold Brew 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 ...
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Gerry Schmitt Little Girl Gone
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, ...
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Fling
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 ...
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The Wooded Path Nancy LiPetri
The Wooded Path Nancy LiPetri Contemporary Fiction Oaktree Press It all looks pretty normal at first. The author takes us around a pleasant community in North Carolina. She directs our attention to lovely homes, pretty ...
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Egg Drop Dead Laura Childs
I’m such a fan of the author’s Tea Shop series that I had to check out Egg Drop Dead, Number Seven in the Cackleberry Club series. Both have much to offer a cozy fan. The ...
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A Study in Temperance
A Study in Temperance Series: The Adventures of Ichabod Temperance Genre: Steampunk I had no idea Steampunk could be so fun. Heck, I had no idea what Steampunk was. So I thought I’d give A Study ...
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Free Dakota William Irwin
Free Dakota by William Irwin No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, you’ve probably questioned the government at some point. But for Don, the protagonist of the story, questioning is his life. It all ...
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A Cracked Spine by Paige Shelton
Hearing Voices in a Scottish Bookshop Doesn't everyone? I enjoyed book one of this Scottish Bookshop Mystery so much that I will plead and hang out in front of the author’s house until book two comes ...
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Death Along the River Fleet
A Death Along the River Fleet (Lucy Campion Mysteries #4) by Susanna Calkins Publication Date: April 12, 2016 Minotaur Books Hardcover & eBook; 336 Pages Genre: Historical Mystery Just as I settled in to the ...
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Unfolding Trap by Jo A. Hiestand
An Unfolding Trap British Mystery Jo A. Hiestand Wild Rose Publishing Since his infancy, Michael McLaren has been the target of his paternal grandfather’s anger. So when the patriarch sends an invitation to heal the rift, ...
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R. Michael Phillips, Auburn Notch Mystery
It’s such a treat to start a new Phillips mystery. In his newest release, Between Good and Evil, R. Michael Phillips excels at setting the stage for a good mystery. He gracefully brings new people into ...
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Simply Dickens, Simply Charly
Simply Charly, Simply Engaging! If you’re like me, you probably had to read Oliver Twist and A Tale of Two Cities for school. You may have used Oliver as a way to guilt your parents ...
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Antiques and Avarice
Antiques and Avarice is a cozy night of reading. I thoroughly enjoyed Antiques and Avarice by Jane Firebaugh. The main character, Olivia McKenna, is a spunky antiques dealer who finds a dead body. This makes her a suspect ...
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Nanci Rathbun, Cash Kills, Angie Bonaparte, Private Investigator
Cash Kills by Nanci Rathbun by Nanci Rathbun For a 50-something mom, Angie Bonaparte can sure handle the bad guys. Angie is a believable blend of tough stuff and compassion, and uses both for her ...
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The Sound of Murder, by Cindy Brown
Cindy Brown's Ivy Meadows is contagious In Cindy Brown's The Sound of Murder, Book Two of "An Ivy Meadows Mystery," Ivy returns for another fun show. Okay so the murder part isn’t really a fun matter, ...
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The Semester of our Discontent
The Semester of Our Discontent, A Lila Maclean Mystery by Cynthia Kuhn English professor Lila Maclean is thrilled about her new job at prestigious Stonedale University until she finds one of her colleagues dead. She ...
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The Blue Virgin
The Blue Virgin: Nora Tierney Series by M.K. Graff This Nora Tierney series was intriguing from the very first page. The protagonist, Nora Tierney, is strong yet vulnerable, determined yet sometimes unsure, and so very ...
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The Free Market Existentialist
The Free Market Existentialist: Capitalism without Consumerism by William Irwin Category:  Adult Non-Fiction, 203 pages Genre: Philosophy / Politics Publisher: Wiley Blackwell Release date: October 2015 I am a fan of philosophy, particularly the wisdom of Sartre ...
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Susanna Calkins
The Masque of a Murderer by Susanna Calkins Historical Fiction Minotaur/St. Martin’s Press Right from the first pages, the author’s rich touches of setting and locale immediately had me engrossed in the story. I was drawn ...
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Published by: Andrews McMeel Publishing Brought to you by Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea, this is a keeper of a book to either read in sections, settle in for an evening of inspiration, or ...
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