Jennifer Ashley. This is the sixth novel and one of my favorites. Ashley delivered from an exciting mystery to a look into Kat’s life before she became a cook. Suspense, romantic developments and a mystery await you….
Today, the Royals and I are sharing our thoughts on A Feast for Pleasant Beasts written by J.T. Bird and illustrated by Andy Catling. If you love fantasy and hope your little ones do too, this tale is perfect because a troll, a yeti, a cyclops and more are all heading to Cuthbert Wormhill’s for a picnic.
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I love a good locked-room mystery and dove into the technothriller, Pryor & Cummings: The GAIA Incident by Rod Pennington, not knowing what to expect. Pennington delivered a suspenseful mystery with interesting characters and plenty of twists. Fans of crime thrillers and technothrillers will want to grab this one.
Sophia Rose is here with The Other Half of the Grave by Jeaniene Frost. Go back to the beginning in the Other Side of the Grave world. Come see why you’ll love this trip down memory lane…
Narrated by Traci Odom, Last Words by Mariah Stewart delivers a horrific murder-mystery. When FBI, special agent Mia Shields, is called in, Chief of Police Gabriel Beck will have to work to keep Mia from becoming the killer’s next victim. A chilling, suspense and the second is the Last trilogy.