t’s the third Wednesday of the month which means, Sophia Rose is here. Today she’s got a historical mystery that sounds delightful. Grab an iced tea and check out her thoughts on The Corpse Played Dead by Georgina Clarke.
Relative Fortunes by Marlowe Benn may have started off slowly for me, but I soon found myself caught up in this cunning murder-mystery set against the roaring twenties in Manhattan.
I was drawn to A Murder on Jane Street by Cathy Cash Spellman by the door on the cover (I will share more on that in another post) and upon reading the synopsis dove in. Historical conspiracies, murder and a quirky gang led by a former NYPD kept me flipping the pages of this tantalizing thriller.
A murder-mystery and 1920s Chicago Speakeasy? Come to momma. Murder Knocks Twice by Susanna Calkins, narrated by Sarah Naughton delivered a well-crafted tale that quickly transported me to Chicago and the world of a speakeasy.
Sophia is here with us celebrating #JIAM and sharing a mystery narrated by one of her favorite narrators, George Guidall. Grab an iced coffee and check out her thoughts on An Obvious Fact, book twelve in the Walt Longmire series.