Simone St. James has become an auto-buy for me. Her mystery thrillers, horror stories and ghostly tales have all been fantastic. Murder Road was an atmospheric tale about a series of missing person/murders along a stretch of highway in Michigan called Atticus Line. You’ll want to turn the phone of and dive in.
The Boy Who Cried Bear by Kelley Armstrong is the second novel in the Haven’s Rock mystery series. Set in a remote, secret village in the Yukon, Detective Casey Duncan and her husband, Sheriff Eric Dalton, have their hands full when a young boy goes missing and reports of an irregular bear led them to suspect foul play. A gripping tale perfect for a cold winter’s day.
Narrated by Andrew Fallaize, The Tainted Cup by Robert Jackson Bennett blends fantasy with a murder-mystery detective case that pulled me in and never let go. The first in the Shadow of the Leviathan series, I cannot wait for more adventures with Ana Dolabra and Dinios “Din” Kol. You’ll want to add this first in trilogy to your audio library.
Just Witched by Dakota Cassidy is the fifteenth audiobook narrated by Hollie Jackson in the Witchless in Seattle cozy mystery series. It’s the wedding we’ve all been waiting for, but can they pull it off? Between an ex-ghost, a mystery and freakish accidents, it is anyone’s guess. A must for fans of the series.
Lies are Forever by C. Jean Downer is the first in the Sloane West Mystery series. Ex-New York City cop turned private investigator Sloane West appreciates a fine glass of whiskey. What she doesn’t appreciate is learning her mother has left her a house, but before she can ask questions, the solicitor ends up dead. The story that unfolds opens her to a world she didn’t know existed. But the real question is, who wants her dead?