It’s always a delight to dive into a new mystery. Murder in the East End by Jennifer Ashley is the fourth book in the Kat Holloway Mysteries series featuring a cook who’s also an amateur sleuth. Missing children and murder await you….
The Wicked Sister by Karen Dionne wasn’t on my radar until I spotted Andi Arndt listed as a narrator. I am delighted that I did because Dionne delivered a creeptastic and addictive psychological thriller that I devoured.
The New York Public Library, a book theft and the 1900s, how could I resist, The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis. Dual time-lines, mystery and secrets combined for a brilliant tale.
Summer is the perfect time to listen to a murder-mystery. The Bone Jar by S.W. Kane delivers an intense murder-mystery thriller. It’s the first in the Detective Lew Kirby series. Grab an iced-coffee and discover the secrets of Blackwater Asylum.
Listeners looking for a story of love, forgiveness, new beginnings and faith will want to grab their earbuds and listen to Miss Janie’s Girls by Carolyn Brown. Be sure to grab a fudge sundae from Dairy Queen and a box of tissues.
Deadly Touch by Heather Graham takes readers into the Everglades and familiar stopping grounds from the roads to the trails for this reader. Crocodiles, old bones and visions await you in the newest Krewe of Hunters story…
I enjoy historical fiction involving World War II, and The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel drew me in by its title. The tale Harmel treats us to was unputdownable. We learn the tale of a young-woman who helped hundreds flee the Nazis.
Dark, captivating and atmospheric, The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson is perfect for historical and dark-fantasy lovers. With its handmaidens vibe, I quickly found myself transported to the town of Bethel and the forbidden Darkwood.