In Carnations and Chaos by London Lovett, I headed back to Port Danby for another cozy mystery. The series features a heroine with an astute nose.
Newly Wed and Slightly Dead, set in the world of the Seattle Haven, Danielle Garrett introduces us to a new series, A Touch of Magic Mysteries. From the setting to the characters, Garrett pulled me in as Amanda Ronconi delivered the perfect narration.
Big Ghosts Don’t Cry by Danielle Garrett is the fourth paranormal cozy mystery in the Beechwood Harbor Ghost Mystery series. Wowzers, this was a fun one with an unusual ghostly problem, movement on the relationship front and more.
t’s the third Wednesday of the month which means, Sophia Rose is here. Today she’s got a historical mystery that sounds delightful. Grab an iced tea and check out her thoughts on The Corpse Played Dead by Georgina Clarke.
The Seekers by Heather Graham takes us to a haunted old inn on the road between Philadelphia and Harrisburg. It’s the site of a horrific murder, but when a new body turns up it the Krewe of Hunters and nonfiction crime author, Kerri Wolf turn to the past to solve the present case.
Relative Fortunes by Marlowe Benn may have started off slowly for me, but I soon found myself caught up in this cunning murder-mystery set against the roaring twenties in Manhattan.
Darkness on the Edge of Town by Adam Christopher is the second audiobook in the Stranger Things series based on the Netflix Show Stranger Things and tells the story of Chief Jim Hopper, an NYPD Detective as he shares a case with Eleven. Entertaining and creepy, grab your earbuds!
The story of the “marsh girl” was beautiful, brilliant and captivating making the one-hundred and forty-five-day wait to borrow the audiobook copy of Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens from my local library completely worth it.