Courting Dragons A King’s Fool Mystery By Jeri Westerson: Review/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa

Entertainment in the sixteenth century, by our modern standards, was primitive: no moving pictures streaming, recorded music to take on the road, or thousands of books in your tiny hand-held device. No, none of that, it was a “fool” in colorful garb telling quips and storytelling, doing athletic stunts and magic tricks, or performing musical interludes and dramatic interpretations.

Food & Crafts Mystery Catchup!

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Murphy

This week we are once again playing catchup with a fun group of cozy mysteries involving crafts and food-Death by Arts and Crafts: An Abby McCree Mystery by Alexis Morgan, Muffin But the Truth: A Bakeshop Mystery by Ellie Alexander, Rum and Choke: A Chloe Jackson, Sea Glass Saloon Mystery by Sherry Harris, Knits, Knots, and Knives: A Craft Fair Knitters Mystery by Emmie Caldwell.

Winter’s End By Paige Shelton: Review/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy

In Benedict, Alaska, cabins are few and far between. Even in town, there’s rarely what could be called a crowd—except on Death Walk Day. Gril, the local law, began pushing the idea a few years ago. Everyone is required to report in come spring, just so he knows they’re still alive. After all, an exceptional snowfall, bitter cold, unexpected encounter with a bear, or a slip and fall, could be fatal. He says, just show up, check your name off the list, and you can go about your business for another year.

Family History Mystery: Buried Past, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

by Kathleen Costa

Hallmark has recently had a bit of a shake-up with several of its stars opting to sign contracts with a competing channel reportedly for varying reasons from money to creative differences to positions of power. This has Hallmark Movies & Mysteries looking in other directions to fulfill the need for more romance and holiday movies as well as cozy-style movies in their Signature Mysteries.

Murderous Thoughts: From Nonfiction to Fiction

by C.B. Peterson

Have you ever wished another person dead? Maybe you’ve envisioned an especially aggravating boss slipping and falling on her way into the office so that she was permanently excised from your life? Or gleefully imagined murdering your upstairs neighbor, the one who makes your life a living hell with their loud music at 2 a.m. and inconsiderate parking?

Still Waters An FBI K-9 Novel By Sara Driscoll: Review/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy

Special FBI Agent Meg Jennings and her black Labrador, Hawk, are enrolled in a water search training weekend. Hawk, already a search and rescue dog for the Human Scent Evidence Team, understands how to find and leave evidence in place, and to always listen to Meg. Now’s their chance to add to their skills. Her partner, Brian and his dog, Lacey, are there, too.

The Still Small Voice By Brenda Stanley: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Lorie Lewis Ham

The Still Small Voice by Brenda Stanley is more than just a mystery—it is the story of a family that has been broken by prejudice, lies, and secrets. Madison Moore has been estranged from her family for many years so she is shocked when her dying father asks to see her. She is hesitant to return, but a part of her hopes that he is going to apologize for how the family treated her, so she decides to make the trip. What awaits her is much more than she could ever have imagined.



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