Month: January 2023

God’s Raindrops

Rainy days – some folks love them, some folks hate them. But here’s something to ponder no matter where you stand on the matter. I never minded a rainy day, except, of course, when I had a dreadful work commute (especially on a Monday morning). The slightest bit of rain...

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Killer Cupid by Laurien Berenson

Looking for a cozy filled with Valentine’s Day romance and a solid mystery plot? Or maybe you just want to hunker down with a fun, well done story to while away a few hours when winter has you staying inside? Then look no further than Laurien Berenson’s Killer Cupid –...

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Ringing in Oldies Blasts From the Past

The New Year has landed – 2022 is on its way to becoming a distant memory as we all breathe in the freshness of 2023. The new year is also a time of reflection – of years gone by, and it’s also a great time to dive into the oldies vault and re-visit some superior blasts...

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Murder After Christmas by Rupert Latimer

I couldn’t find a better winter mystery to kick off 2023 than Murder After Chrismas, A British Library Crime Classic by Rupert Latimer. This book was first published in 1944 and it’s one of most intriguing mysteries I’ve ever read. There’s a war going on. It has disrupted...

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