Murder At The Beacon Bakeshop by Darci Hannah

Murder At The Beacon Bakeshop by Darci Hannah is the first in her new Beacon Bakeshop Mystery series. This is one of my favorite new series debuts – ever! Lindsey Bakewell is a successful investment banker in NYC. But then she finds out that her upscale restaurant owner/fiance...

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Shoes To Die For by Laura Levine

I had a really lousy week – in fact, I was downright miserable. I found myself up at 3 a.m. not only with insomnia, but with a severe attitude problem. So I decided to go downstairs into my private library and pick out something appropriate to read. There’s nothing like...

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Before She Was Helen by Caroline B. Cooney

International Bestselling author, Caroline B. Cooney brings us another riveting tale, Before She Was Helen. It’s about a woman, Helen, who has lived much of her life in two different worlds. She’s a senior citizen now, but oh my, how different things were back in the...

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Hop ‘Til You Drop by J.M. Griffin

Spring has sprung and along with it comes the adorable Easter themed cozy, Hop ‘Til You Drop by J.M. Griffin.  Juliette “Jules” Bridge owns the Fur Bridge Farm in rural New Hampshire outside of Windermere.  The farm is a rabbit rescue and rehab sanctuary for neglected...

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Hendrix, The Illustrated History by Gillian G. Gaar

Of all the books published on Jimi Hendrix, Hendrix, The Illustrated Story by Gillian G. Gaar is my personal favorite.  Why?  Because it truly lives up to its title.  It takes us on a Hendrix journey from start to finish.  From when he was born, to his death, and everything...

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The Man Who Didn’t Fly by Margot Bennett

While I love my traditional mysteries, cozies and thrillers, sometimes I like to switch it up a bit with a British Library Crime Classic.  Poison Pen recently re-released another dynamic, subtle crime/mystery classic, The Man Who Didn’t Fly by Margot Bennett.  Published...

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