I’ve read/listened to some of Karen White’s standalone novels and loved them, but have always wanted to try her Tradd Street series, so when I discovered,The Shop on Royal Street, book one in her new spin-off series I knew I had to listen.
Readers will want to turn the lights up as they enjoy this chilling cold case with ghosts and family secrets. A young crime blogger investigates a serial killer in The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James.
I love the Greywalker series and Harper Blaine, so I was excited to listen to Kat Richardson’s Through the Grey. It’s a collection of short stories with three tales from the Greywalker series. Richardson did not disappoint, and we explore everything from the dead to a runaway reindeer.
Lightning in a Mirror by Jayne Ann Krentz is the third novel in the Fogg Lake paranormal romantic suspense series and with it comes answers about the mysterious Vortex Lab. While this is the end of the series, there is more to learn in the Arcane world Krentz has created and more artifacts to be discovered.
Vampire in the Night by Rhiannon Frater is the first in a three novel collection. I host the Fraterfest readathon each year and try to read at least one of this author’s works. It was utterly addictive and left me craving more.
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.