With its cozy mystery vibe and quirky protagonist, Molly Gray, I was delighted to revisit the five-star Regency Grand Hotel for another murder-mystery. Narrated by Lauren Ambrose, the Mystery Guest by Nita Prose delivered an intriguing mystery perfect for a dreary winter afternoon.
Inheritance by Nora Roberts is the first in the Lost Brides Trilogy. I cannot wait for the next book! We’ve got a beautiful seaside mansion and a curse that affects the first born bride of each generation. Combine that with a sizzling romance, cute pups and small-town charm and you’ve got the makings for a perfect book date. Grab your hot cocoa and curl up with Inheritance.
The Puzzle Master by Danielle Trussoni delivers a suspenseful, science-fiction thriller perfect for fans of Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code. An accident has left Mike Brink with the ability to see and create puzzles. When Jess Price, a woman in prison for murder, shows Mike a puzzle, his world turns upside down.
A Fire in the Flesh by Jennifer L. Armentrout & narrated by Stina Nielsen had its trials, but I confess loved being back in this world. Sera and Nyktos will be tested when they are held captive by the false King of the Gods. Come see why I love this addictive series.
It was with sadness that I began reading Cold Curses by Chloe Neill, as it is the last book in the Heirs of Chicagoland series. Neill delivered an action-packed, snarky, swoon-worthy and satisfactory ending.
I was looking for something historical when I stumbled upon Murder by Degrees by Ritu Mukerji, narrated by Gabra Zackman. I was intrigued by the 1875 Philadelphia setting and the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania. The tale that unfolds offers a murder-mystery with plenty of twists.