Book Review: “Death & Sensibility” by Elizabeth Blake

Genre: Cozy Mystery "Death & Sensibility" is book #2 in the Jane Austin Society Mysteries. This ARC was sent to me by the author. It will be in "stores" August 10, 2021. The Northern Branch of the Jane Austen Society is hosting the first Jane Austen Society conference in York. As such, the members of … Continue reading Book Review: “Death & Sensibility” by Elizabeth Blake

Book Review: “Pride Prejudice & Poison” by Elizabeth Blake

Genre: Cozy Mystery Erin Coleridge, a true crime enthusiast, moved to Kirkbymoorside (near the North York Moors National Park) two years ago and opened a bookstore: The Readers Quarry. Waiting for the latest meeting of the Northern Branch of the Jane Austin Society to come to order, Erin and her friend Farnsworth are watching people … Continue reading Book Review: “Pride Prejudice & Poison” by Elizabeth Blake

July 2021 Thrillers

A bunch of new books for your summer reading list! Enjoy. 🙂 Sons of Valor by Brian Andrews and Jeff WilsonThe Wrong Words by Yvonne RedigerThe Chase by Lisa HarrisOne Kingdom Under Heaven by Alastair LuftDraw and Order by Cheryl HollonMoonlight & Misadventure: 20 Stories of Mystery & Suspense edited by Judy Penz ShelukA Darker Place by Rachel AmphlettKilling Icarus by Paul KemprecosWith … Continue reading July 2021 Thrillers

Book Review: “Graveyard of Memories” by Barry Eisler

Genre: Thriller Looking back on his "career" as an assassin, John Rain remembers the beginning, and we the readers of this series reminisce with him, and learn how John Rain began. Here are some of the memories as Rain thinks back to 1972 when he was a brash 20 year old just out of the … Continue reading Book Review: “Graveyard of Memories” by Barry Eisler

Book Review: “Career of Evil” by Robert Galbraith

Genre: Thriller Cormoran Strike has taken Robin Ellacot on as his "partner" in the private investigating small business he opened a few years ago. After some success solving a couple of high visibility crimes, business has slowed and now Strike and Robin have only two clients. And, as it turns out, one enemy. One day … Continue reading Book Review: “Career of Evil” by Robert Galbraith