I loved the idea of a female undertaker in Victorian London solving murders and was delighted to begin Lady of Ashes by Christine Trent. Narrated by Polly Lee, the tale delivered mystery, history and a side of romance as our protagonist suspects death by unnatural causes. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and see why I recommend this first in series.
Fortune Favors the Dead & Murder Under Her Skin by Stephen Spotswood are the first two audiobooks in the Pentecost and Parker historical fiction mystery series. Murder-mysteries, friendship, snark and adventure await you in this marvelous series! Grab a cuppa and see why I recommend these for audio.
I listened while reading along to the narration by Lauren Ambrose and what a quirky, suspenseful and intriguing tale Nita Prose delivered with The Maid. Grab a cuppa before curling up with this delightful, cozy mystery.
I adore the Lady Sherlock series and easily slipped into Miss Moriarty, I Presume? by Sherry Thomas. Narrated by Kate Reading, this is the sixth audiobook and what a treat it was! From the seaside mystery to our nemesis, Moriarty, and, of course, our slow-burning romance, it was splendid. Grab a cuppa and check out my thoughts.
Narrated by Ulka Mohanty, Grave Reservations by Cherie Priest delivered a light mystery with paranormal and cozy vibes. This witty story was a solid start to The Booking Agents series. You’ll want to snag this one from the library.
Narrated by Lesley Manville, I was excited to dive into the second standalone audiobook in the Thursday Murder Club. The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman proved to be even better than the first! Grab a cup of hot tea and check our thoughts….