Month: September 2022

God’s Bench

I’ve been fortunate enough to find a cozy spot under a tree in my backyard where I added a few stepping stones and a comfy bench – a perfect spot just to “sit a spell”.  Some mornings I take a bag of birdseed and peanuts with me when I head off the “the bench.” I plop...

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Kill Them With Canvas by Bailee Abbott

I can’t think of a better new release to get us into the Halloween cozy mystery spirit than Bailee Abbott’s Kill Them With Canvas. This is the 2nd in her Paint by Murder Mystery series, and just like her first entry, A Brush With Murder, it’s simply delightful! Chloe...

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New Fall Cozies From Kensington Publishing!

Check out the latest cozy mysteries this September from Kensington Cozies! A VACATION TO DIE FOR by Lynn Cahoon, A Tourist Trap Mystery #14 On Sale September 6th, 2022 / ISBN 978-1-5161-1110-7 In the California coastal town of South Cove, Jill Gardner, owner of Coffee,...

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Playing the Devil by R.J. Lee

There’s nothing worse than a middle age man who can’t seem to let go of his high school or college days – those days when he was a football hero, scoring a major touchdown at the very last second to win a prestigious game. And in Playing the Devil, the guy’s name is Brent...

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Vinyl Dice (from the Oldies Vault)

Feeling lucky in love? Feeling lucky at the casino? Enjoy these Vinyl Dice oldies flashbacks. In 1950, Frank Loesser wrote Luck Be A Lady. Although covered heavily by Sinatra, including on his live Sinatra At The Sands album, it was actually first performed by Simon Mullins....

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Till Death Do Us Part by John Dickson Carr

Till Death Do Us Part is another British Library Crime Classic by my favorite Golden Age author, John Dickson Carr (1906-1977). Hailed as “the king of the locked room mystery,” this book was first published in 1944 and was the 15th novel to feature Dr. Gideon Fell, a...

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