I was drawn to A Murder on Jane Street by Cathy Cash Spellman by the door on the cover (I will share more on that in another post) and upon reading the synopsis dove in. Historical conspiracies, murder and a quirky gang led by a former NYPD kept me flipping the pages of this tantalizing thriller.
When Good Ghosts Get the Blues by Danielle Garrett has Scarlett taking a ghost free vacation to New Orleans to spend with her boyfriend Lucas, who is working security for a fixer-upper show working on location there.
One Bad Witch by Danielle Garrett is the sixth novel in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery series. Narrated by Amanda Ronconi each book is under six hours and contains a single mystery. Humor, a haunted manor and a quirky cast of characters offered an addictive listen.
A murder-mystery and 1920s Chicago Speakeasy? Come to momma. Murder Knocks Twice by Susanna Calkins, narrated by Sarah Naughton delivered a well-crafted tale that quickly transported me to Chicago and the world of a speakeasy.
A Merciful Promise by Kendra Elliot is the final book in the Mercy Kilpatrick series and it’s her most dangerous case yet. Grab a cup of iced coffee and see why I recommend adding this series to your reading list!
We are back in Paris with Jess, John and her brother Regent in Silenced by the Grave the second novel in the City of Bones urban fantasy series.
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.