Darcie Wilde

End of February Mystery Catchup!

by Sandra Murphy
& Cynthia Chow


This week we continue to catch up on our reviews with some more fun mysteries featuring book clubs, wine tastings, house flipping, and a historical-A Catered Book Club Murder: A Mystery with Recipes by Isis Crawford, A Lady Compromised: A Rosalind Thorne Mystery by Darcie Wilde, Wine Tastings Are Murder: A Poppy McAllister Mystery by Libby Klein, and Murder With a View: A House-Flipper Mystery by Diane Kelly.

And Dangerous to Know By Darcie Wilde: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Kathleen Costa


It’s London. It’s the early nineteenth century. It’s a time of stark differences, upper class privilege, and women a century away from emancipation. Miss Rosalind Thorne, daughter of a baronet, had been a member of the upper crust of English society enjoying position and wealth prepped to be matched in a relationship that would strengthen her stand in society...until her father’s penchant for bad investments cost the family it’s fortune.

Summer Is Over Mystery Review Catch-Up

by Sandra Murphy


So many great mysteries came out this summer that we are still playing catch-up! Here are 3 more-two from Minotaur and 1 from Penguin-A Terrible Beauty: A Lady Emily Mystery by Tasha Alexander, Another Man’s Ground: A Sheriff Hank Worth series by Claire Booth, and A Purely Private Matter: A Rosalind Thorne Mystery by Darcie Wilde.

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