I love Roanoke type stories and decided to read The Lost Village by Camilla Sten. Translated by Alexandra Fleming, Sten delivered a twisty horror that kept me reading into the wee hours.
It was wonderful to be back with Charles and Anna in Wild Sign by Patricia Briggs, the sixth Alpha & Omega novel. Whether you read or listen to the narration by Holter Graham, you’ll find Briggs delivered a suspenseful five star tale.
We are back with another Veronica Speedwell novel in An Unexpected Peril by Deanna Raybourn. I love this series from the suspenseful mysteries to the delightful banter between Veronica and Stoker.
It’s time once again to welcome Sophia Rose back to the blog. Today she has a delightful historical fiction for you. Grab a cuppa and check out The Last Tiara by MJ Rose.
From its instant oatmeal cover to intriguing synopsis, I downloaded and devoured Apocalypse Summer by Tyler Jolley. Extreme weather forced the world to cryogenically freeze members of earth to ride out the storm. What could go wrong?
Narrated by Devon Sorvari, Shadow Witch by Kim Richardson is the first audiobook in the Witches of Hollow Cove urban fantasy series. Humor, magic and a faced-paced tale were the perfect start to this series.
We are back at Beechwood Manor with the tenth audiobook in Danielle Garrett’s Beechwood Harbor Magic Mysteries series. Suspense, twists and wonderful characters gave way to another fun installment.
I easily slipped into this hard-boiled noir fiction set in glamorous postwar Sydney. Come meet Billie Walker, a private investigator who takes over her late father’s agency. An intense case and spunky heroine made The War Widow by Tara Moss, a page-turner.