Twilight at Moorington Cross by Abigail Wilson (review)

Murder and secrets abound in Twilight at Moorington Cross, as a young widow hidden away for her affliction must choose between two men in order to receive an unexpected inheritance while working with an attractive solicitor to solve the murder of her benefactor. Author Abigail Wilson, in her fifth published work, again displays her flair … Continue reading Twilight at Moorington Cross by Abigail Wilson (review)

Spotlight+Giveaway: High-Wire Heartbreaker by Anna Schmidt

Welcome to the Takeover Tour for High-Wire Heartbreak by Anna Schmidt, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! ABOUT THE BOOK Title: High-Wire Heartbreak Series: Doors to the Past Author: Anna Schmidt Publisher: Barbour Fiction Release Date: January 1, 2022 Genre: Fiction / Christian / Romance In 1936--A party at the Ringling mansion Ca d’Zan in Sarasota, … Continue reading Spotlight+Giveaway: High-Wire Heartbreaker by Anna Schmidt

The Brass Queen by Elizabeth Chatsworth (review)

“For goodness sake, how hard can it be to murder a debutante?“ Elizabeth Chatsworth's debut novel The Brass Queen is a delightfully engaging alternate Victorian history/Steampunk romance and adventure full of airships, gadgets, science, danger, a perilous polo match with deadly animals, a naughty yorkie named Boo, and it's requisite share of royals behaving badly. … Continue reading The Brass Queen by Elizabeth Chatsworth (review)

Spotlight: The Spinster’s Fortune by Mary Kendall (review + giveaway)

The Spinster's Fortune by Mary Kendall Publication Date: April 6, 2021 Darkstroke Books Paperback & eBook; 227 pages Genre: Historical Mystery Moonlit alleys, shadowy tunnels, and buried secrets... Summer of 1929. Of supposed unsound mind without a penny to her name, Blanche Magruder lies alone in a home for the aged and infirm. Meanwhile, her … Continue reading Spotlight: The Spinster’s Fortune by Mary Kendall (review + giveaway)

Murder at the Met by E.W. Cooper (review)

Our heroine's involvement with an operatic society is the prelude to multiple murders in the second Penelope Harris Mystery. As Thom Lund looks into a cold-case suicide, Penelope becomes increasingly entangled with a dysfunctional high society family and her curiosity leads to revelations and danger. Jealousy, ambition, blackmail, and spite fuel this 1920's murder mystery. … Continue reading Murder at the Met by E.W. Cooper (review)

In the Lobby: A Penelope Harris Short Story by E.W. Cooper (review)

In the Lobby is a prequel short story in E.W. Cooper's Penelope Harris Mysteries series. This brief (31 page) story sets the stage for the series, but feels more like a bit of an adventure than a mystery. Penelope's mother Eleanor is upstairs unpacking in their new home, her brother James is likely off in … Continue reading In the Lobby: A Penelope Harris Short Story by E.W. Cooper (review)