Tag Archives: murder mystery

Book #review – DEATH BY DROWNING by Abigail Keam #murder #mystery

A few weeks ago, I embarked on a deliberate policy of reading the second books in the series I’ve enjoyed so far. There are always so many new ones to read, and for a while I over-loaded my schedule with review requests for blog tours, so these have been sitting on my kindle unread for too long. Enough! […]

Book #review – DEATH BY A HONEYBEE by Abigail Keam #Murder #Mystery

 If you’ve been around my blog for a while, you’ll know that I like to read the odd murder mystery – usually of the cozy variety, but not always. Well, this one doesn’t quite fit the category, but take a look at my review to see what I thought about it. If it’s your first […]

#Book #Review NEWBORN NAZI by Rhoda D’Ettore, and meet her varied titles #historical #murdermystery #kinky and #FREE

No One Is Safe While… ZODIAC LIVES A Novel by Rhoda D’Ettore After surviving a car accident that killed her father, three-year-old Jennifer begins having nightmares. It’s soon obvious she suffers from something more dreadful than the accident when she provides clues to a murder committed 3,000 miles away—and two decades before she was born. […]

Blog Tour, #Review & #giveaway – YOU CAN’T GET BLOOD OUT OF SHAG CARPET by Juliette Harper #Cozy #Mystery

I know several of you thought this looked like fun when I did the cover reveal – well I can reveal – you were right – it’s hilarious! Wanda Jean Milton discovers her husband, local exterminator Hilton Milton, dead on her new shag carpet with an Old Hickory carving knife sticking out of his chest. […]

Charlaine Harris, GOH at the Bristish Fantasy Convention 2014 #BFC

Charlaine Harris Guest of Honour, in conversation The first thing that strikes you about Charlaine Harris is that, like many of the characters she writes, she is larger than life. With a terrific sense of humour and a great dose of common sense, she is a lady worth listening to. It was just a pity […]