I love historical fiction steeped in history, so how could I resist, The Paris Bookseller by Kerri Maher. The author shares a peek into the life of American Sylvia Beach, who opened a bookstore/lending library called Shakespeare and Company on a quiet street in Paris. Famous authors, lovers and one woman’s efforts to see a banned book published. Grab a cuppa and see why book lovers need to add this to their bookshelf.
I loved the idea of a female undertaker in Victorian London solving murders and was delighted to begin Lady of Ashes by Christine Trent. Narrated by Polly Lee, the tale delivered mystery, history and a side of romance as our protagonist suspects death by unnatural causes. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and see why I recommend this first in series.
Narrated by Michael David Axtell, Trailer Park Trickster, the second audio in the Adam Binder urban fantasy series by David R. Slayton delivered from character growth to an ending that left me begging for more.
Suspense, romance and missing persons/homicide case delivered the perfect fall read. Grab a hot tea or pumpkin spice mocha and check out Last Seen Alone by Laura Griffin for a satisfying read.
Narrated by Damian Lynch and coming in at over twenty-seven hours, Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff was one of my most anticipated audiobooks, and Kristoff delivered a dark, gritty, brilliant tale.
I was in the mood for a suspenseful thriller/mystery when Then She Vanishes by Claire Douglas popped up in my email. This was my first Douglas book, and she quickly pulled me in and held me captive as we searched for the truth.