Sandra Murphy

November Mystery Catchup: Books, Monsters, & Crafts. Oh My!

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Murphy


This week we are once again playing catchup with a fun group of cozy mysteries involving books, monsters, and crafts-A Book Club to Die For: A Beloved Bookroom Mystery by Dorothy St. James, A Death in Door County: A Monster Hunter Mystery by Annelise Ryan, Bound By Murder: An Antique Bookshop Mystery by Laura Gail Black, and Seams Like Murder: A Sewing Studio Mystery by Dorothy Howell.

The Plot and the Pendulum By Jenn McKinlay: Review/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy


In Briar Creek, it’s almost Halloween. As the library staff gets ready for the spooky holiday, librarian Lindsey Norris learns William Dorchester is in town to settle his mother, Marion, into an assisted living home. He plans to sell the house and its contents and wants to donate all the books to the library to use however they want. Marion objects, of course, but suffering a form of dementia, is overruled.

October Mystery Catchup!

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Murphy


This week we are once again playing catchup with a fun group of cozy mysteries-A Colorful Scheme: A Pen & Ink Mystery by Krista Davis, Death on the Argyle: A Black Sheep & Co. Mystery by Anne Canadeo, Gone for Gouda: A Cheese Shop Mystery by Korina Moss, A Dish to Die For: A Key West Food Mystery by Lucy Burdette, and Two Parts Sugar, One Part Murder: A Baker Street Mystery by Valerie Burns.

Lady of Bones By Carolyn Haines: Review/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy


Tinkie’s new baby is named Maylin, and she might just be the most spoiled baby in the South. Only a few days old, and she has a wardrobe equal to a dozen or more adults. It’s Halloween time so you know she’s got a costume, too. Sarah Booth, Cece, and the rest of the gang are at Tinkie’s to decorate for the holiday, drink, eat, and take turns holding Maylin.

Dewey Decimated A Haunted Library Mystery By Allison Brook: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Sandra Murphy


Carrie manages the special programs at the public library. In addition, only she and her young niece can see Evelyn, the resident ghost, a former librarian. She’s been caught up in a few murder investigations, but she’s done with that and focusing on newer, better programs for library patrons and her recent engagement to Dylan.

End of September Mystery Catchup!

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Murphy


This week we are once again playing catchup with a fun group of cozy mysteries that involve food, bookstores, and games-A Poisonous Page: A Sweet Fiction Bookshop Mystery by Kitt Crowe, Mint Chocolate Murder: An Ice Cream Shop Mystery by Meri Allen, Murder at the Blueberry Festival: A Beacon Bakeshop Mystery by Darci Hannah, In Too Steep: A Misty Bay Tea Room Mystery by Kate Kingsbury, and Peg and Rose Solve a Murder: A Peg and Rose Mystery by Laurien Berenson.

The Unkept Woman By Allison Montclair: Review/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy


In 1946, two women, who shouldn’t have been friends or even known each other, opened The Right Sort marriage agency. Women, whose work was prized during the war years, are booted out of their jobs when the men returned home. There’s also a definite shortage of marriageable men due to the high death toll. How’s a girl supposed to meet the right sort of guy? Before Match.com, there was The Right Sort.

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