I’ve been in the mood for historical based fiction lately, and stumbled upon The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate. This tale shares a dual timeline, weaving back and forth between 1875 Louisiana and 1987 Louisiana.
I was delighted to dive into A Murderous Relation by Deanna Raybourn and looked forwarding to solving a mystery and author willing a romantic interlude with Veronica and Stoker. Brothels, kidnappings and murder await you in this addictive installment.
It’s time to once again to welcome Sophia Rose to the blog! Today she has a historical mystery to share with us. Grab a cuppa and check out her review of Mortal Arts by Anna Lee Huber.
Sophia Rose is here to share a holiday historical mystery. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and check out her thoughts on A Christmas Gathering by Anne Perry.
I am always looking for something a little different when I make my selections for the HoHoHo Readathon. Some years I slip in a horror but this year, Shamus Dust by Janet Roger crossed my desk. A murder-mystery that begins in the wee hours of Christmas morning.
Please welcome Sophia Rose to the blog as she shares her thoughts on Death Beside the Seaside by T.E. Kinsey, the sixth novel in the Lady Hardcastle cozy historical mystery series.
The Art of Theft by Sherry Thomas is the fourth book in the Lady Sherlock series and once again I listened to the delightful narration by Kate Reading. Thomas took us on quite the adventure as Charlotte Holmes and her motley crew of friends attempt to pull off a heist!
Sophia Rose is here with a brand new series from Anne Perry. Death in Focus, the first in the Elena Standish historical mysteries. Grab a cup of tea and check it out….