Murder, suspense, and tea await you in Death in Kew Gardens by Jennifer Ashley. I love this series and its colorful cast of characters. Now I am left longing for the next installment.
The Body Keeper by Anne Frasier is the third novel in the Detective Jude Fontaine Mysteries series. The protagonist is a police detective was left an uncanny intuition after being held captive for three years.
After the events of the last novel I was a tad worried about how everything would play out. Ghost Story, the thirteenth novel in the Dresden Files was an addictive, sad, funny, twisted tale that kept me listening into the wee hours.
The Last by Hanna Jameson drew me in with its dystopian setting and murder mystery. Narrated by Anthony Starke this was marketed as a dystopian psychological thriller which led to disappointment.
The Summoning by Heather Graham takes us to a haunted bed-and-breakfast in charming Savannah, Georgia to investigate strange deaths and missing persons. Ghosts, stories of the civil war and a sweet romance await you.
The Scent of Murder by Kylie Logan is the first in the Jazz Ramsey mystery series. Murder, loss, friendships and an old romance kept cadaver dog trainer Jazz Ramsey busy in this murder-mystery.
In Ghosts Gone Wild by Danielle Garrett, Scarlett has her hands full with a booming floral business, ghostly squabbles and not one but two mysteries.
Tightrope by Amanda Quick brings us back to Burning Cove. Espionage, obsession and romance await you in this 1930s historical romantic suspense.
Spring Thaw is part of an anthology of short whodunits by Lauren Carr, but for this post I am only reviewing the Chris Matheson Cold Case Mystery, Spring Thaw. A clever whodunit regarding the death of a clergy.