With its cozy mystery vibe and quirky protagonist, Molly Gray, I was delighted to revisit the five-star Regency Grand Hotel for another murder-mystery. Narrated by Lauren Ambrose, the Mystery Guest by Nita Prose delivered an intriguing mystery perfect for a dreary winter afternoon.
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.
In The Taken Ones by Jess Lourey, a detective and forensic scientist investigate a creepy murder case that combines the past and present. First in series, The Taken Ones is a must listen for fans of crime thrillers.
Fiona Shaw is back to narrator another Thursday Murder Club Mystery. The Last Devil to Die by Richard Osman is the fourth novel in the series. I have grown to love this diverse group of retirees who reside in apartments at Cooper’s Chase along the English coast. It’s Boxing Day, a package is missing and the body count has just begun. Come see why I love this series and characters.
Narrated by James Cameron Stewart, Murder at the Merton Library by Andrea Penrose was one of my most anticipated releases. With its wonderful characters and well plotted murder-mysteries, the Wrexford & Sloane series is one of my favorites.
The Murderer’s Son by Joy Ellis is the first audiobook in the Jackman & Evans investigations. However, Audible recommended I start with Their Lost Daughters, which I did. Narrated by Richard Armitage, Ellis delivered a gritty murder-mystery with plenty of twists.