Sophia Rose is here with a review of The Lantern’s Dance by Laurie R. King. Come see why she loved this adventure in the Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes historical mystery series.
The Boy Who Cried Bear by Kelley Armstrong is the second novel in the Haven’s Rock mystery series. Set in a remote, secret village in the Yukon, Detective Casey Duncan and her husband, Sheriff Eric Dalton, have their hands full when a young boy goes missing and reports of an irregular bear led them to suspect foul play. A gripping tale perfect for a cold winter’s day.
Lies are Forever by C. Jean Downer is the first in the Sloane West Mystery series. Ex-New York City cop turned private investigator Sloane West appreciates a fine glass of whiskey. What she doesn’t appreciate is learning her mother has left her a house, but before she can ask questions, the solicitor ends up dead. The story that unfolds opens her to a world she didn’t know existed. But the real question is, who wants her dead?
Sophia Rose is here with The Spanish Diplomat’s Secret, the third novel in the Captain Jim and Lady Diana Mystery series by Nev March. Grab a cuppa and check out her thoughts on this historical mystery.
I love a good murder-mystery and was intrigued by the synopsis of The Frozen River by Ariel Lawhon. Narrated by Jane Oppenheimer, the tale that unfolds in Maine, 1789 held me captive from the first chapter. Grab a cup of hot tea and see why I recommended grabbing your earbuds for this one.