Month: May 2020

Southern Sass and a Crispy Corpse

June brings us the newest release in the Marygene Brown Mystery series:  Southern Sass and a Crispy Corpse. This is a perfect summer read.  Whether you are lucky enough to be heading out to the lake or beach — or just lounging around your own backyard, here’s a...

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Stop Press Murder by Peter Bartram

I had never heard the phrase: what the butler saw, until I picked up Peter Bartram’s sensational mystery, Stop Press Murder.   The phrase relates to “voyeurism” – and this book opens in June of 1963 in an amusement arcade on Brighton’s Palace Pier. A man is poised over...

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Something To Ponder

It’s the dawn of a new day in this age of the overbearing coronavirus.  Things seem so disjointed, surreal and sometimes, just downright bizarre. But as I sit outside on my garden bench (coffee in hand), having my morning chat with God, I can’t help but ponder how this...

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