Vicki Delany

Even More Christmas Mysteries For Holiday Reading!

by Sandra Murphy
& Cynthia Chow

This week we have even more Christmas mysteries for your holiday reading-Murder Under the Mistletoe: A Mainely Murder Mystery by Sherry Lynn, Have Yourself a Deadly Little Christmas: A Year-Round Christmas Mystery by Vicki Delany, In the Wick of Time: A Magic Candle Shop Mystery by Valona Jones, and Let It Crow! Let It Crow! Let It Crow! by Donna Andrews.

Mysteries For Your Fall TBR!

by Cynthia Chow

This week we have reviews of 3 more fun mysteries for your fall reading tbr-All that Glitters Isn’t Gold: A Whit and Whiskers Mystery by Gabby Allan, Death of a Clam Digger: A Hayley Powell Food & Cocktails Mystery by Lee Hollis, and Steeped in Malice: A Tea by the Sea Mystery by Vicki Delany.

July Coming Attractions: Beat the Heat and Go to the Beach

by Sunny Frazier

Here are some reads to take with you. Don’t forget sunscreen!
It’s the 4th of July in Salem, Massachusetts. There’s to be a play about the historical town, and Charlene Morris is there to film, along with her housemate, Jack—a handsome ghost who shares the Victorian bed-and-breakfast with her and her Persian cat. When the star (who might be a witch) is killed by what was supposed to be prop gun, Charlene finds plenty of suspects.

Deadly Ever After By Eva Gates: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Cynthia Chow
& Eva Gates

After running away from a marriage proposal and fleeing to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Lucy Richardson finally found her dream as the Assistant Director for the Bodie Island Lighthouse Library. Lucy even met her soulmate and is now engaged to the town’s mayor/dentist Connor McNeil. While they have not yet set an exact date or made any wedding plans, their friends and family are enthusiastically throwing them the perfect engagement party on Coquina Beach. Definitely not on the invitation list but arriving late anyway are Richard Lewiston the Third, his mother Evangeline, and her very barky bichon frise Fluffy.

A Curious Incident: A Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery By Vicki Delany: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

Despite her declarations that she is not a Consulting detective, Gemma Doyle has proven to be remarkably successful at it. That shouldn’t be too surprising, as Gemma and her great-uncle own the Sherlock Holmes Bookstore and Emporium in West London, Massachusetts, with that same uncle adamant that they are descendants Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It takes considerable will for Gemma to resist the plea by adorable young Lauren Tierney to find her lost kitten, but Gemma proves unable to turn off the astounding observational skills that lead her directly to the appropriately named white kitty Snowball.