Reading Wednesday | Shelved Under Murder

In Shelved Under Murder, the second installment of Victoria Gilbert‘s Blue Ridge Library Mystery, Amy Webber returns to using her library research skills to help solve a murder. This time, it’s her education in Art History that comes in handy.  Continue reading

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Reading Wednesday | Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder

Joanne Fluke first published the Hannah Swenson Mysteries in 2000, so it’s taken me 18 years to start the long-running series. One of the fun things about reading a mystery written almost two decades ago is watching the technology change over the years. In just that short time, we’ve come a long way.

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Reading Wednesday | Untimely Death

One of the reasons I enjoy writing book reviews is the chance to read authors I might not have otherwise discovered. Untimely Death by Elizabeth J. Duncan is one such case. The first book in the Shakespeare in the Castskills mystery series, it is written in the gentle pace of an Agatha Christie novel, which slowly draws the reader in while keeping them guessing until the end.  Continue reading