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.
I scooped this novella up as soon as it released. I enjoy the Below Stairs Mystery series and was excited to spend more time with our clever cook and her friends. The Price of Lemon Cake gives Lady Bobby Perry and Judith Townsend a chance in the spotlight when Kat asks them to investigate a young aristo. Come see why I am craving lemon cake and more Below Stairs mysteries.
Sophia Rose is here with a review of The Traitor Among Us by Anne Perry. This is the fifth novel in the Elena Standish, historical mystery series. Check out the review and see why it had Sophia feverishly flipping pages.
I cannot get enough of the Wrexford & Sloane historical mystery series and now I am all caught up waiting on the next release this fall. Murder on Serpentine Bridge by Andrea Penrose is narrated by James Cameron Stewart, who brings these characters to life. Wrexford & Sloane must stop a killer and protect an innocent young boy.
Sophia Rose is here with a review of The Benevolent Society of Ill-Mannered Ladies by Alison Goodman. Find out why this historical mystery wasn’t what she was expecting, but turned out to be so good!
I am loving Kelley Armstrong’s historical time travels and was fortunate enough to receive advanced copies of both the book & audiobook. The Poisoner’s Ring is the second novel in the Rip Through Time series featuring a young detective who finds herself stuck in Edinburgh, 1869. An exciting mystery and danger await you in this fast-paced, twisty tale.