Month: October 2020

Poppy Harmon and the Hung Jury by Lee Hollis

I have just two words “times” three to describe Poppy Harmon and the Hung Jury:  LOVE IT!  LOVE IT!  LOVE IT! Sixty plus Poppy Harmon finds herself in a new career.  As a TV series actress in her younger years, she played faithful secretary to handsome Jack Colt, PI. ...

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What’s In Your Toolbox?

Sometimes we all feel like life is dragging us down.   These days we can feel “off kilter” for so many reasons.  Health, finances, unemployment, loneliness, etc. etc.  For many, it can be a challenging and worrying time, particularly this year. But when you’re feeling...

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Murder In the Corn Maze by G.A. McKevett

Over the years there have been a lot of spinoffs, especially in movies and TV.  In general, they usually aren’t as good as the original, and many times, downright disappointing.  But that didn’t stop G.A. McKevett from jumping in head first into the spinoff whirlpool...

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Fudge Bites by Nancy Coco

What’s not to love about Nancy Coco’s delightfully endearing Fudge Bites, A Candy-Coated Mystery?  It’s a perfect fall read to cozy up with during the spooky season of Halloween.  You’ve got the wonderful setting of Mackinac Island, a snoopy puppy, a wily calico cat and...

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Leave No Scone Unturned by Denise Swanson

With everything going on in the world today, who doesn’t want to go to a place called “Normalton?”  Well, that’s exactly where I landed when I dove into Denise Swanson’s delightfully cozy mystery, Leave No Scone Unturned. But alas, since this is, after all, a mystery,...

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