No Filter by Heather Day Gilbert (blog tour review)

First of three books in Heather Day Gilbert's new Barks & Beans Cozy Mystery series, No Filter opens with Macy Hatfield joining her brother Bo's new Cafe/Dog petting venture in their West Virginia hometown. With both siblings still reeling from the end of their relationships, their cafe and it isn't long before Macy is a … Continue reading No Filter by Heather Day Gilbert (blog tour review)

The Story Hunter by Lindsay A. Franklin (review)

Navigating in increasingly treacherous waters, both in the capital city and abroad, The Story Hunter finds Tannie faced with challenges complicated by a misguided revolt and friends who have been misled. Told from three points of view, Brac's first person narration was an unexpected and added more dimension to his character. Where the trilogy began … Continue reading The Story Hunter by Lindsay A. Franklin (review)

Spotlight: Of Darkness and Light by Heidi Eljarbo with a giveaway!

Of Darkness and Light by Heidi Eljarbo Publication Date: May 12, 2020 Series: Soli Hansen Mysteries, #1 Genre: Historical Mystery     In this first book of a new historical mystery series, a young art historian faces a tough choice in German-occupied Norway. “Artful prose and at a pace that makes for a can't-put-down, first-class … Continue reading Spotlight: Of Darkness and Light by Heidi Eljarbo with a giveaway!

Monarchs Under the Sassafras Tree by Lillah Lawson (Review with Excerpt + Giveaway)

Monarchs Under the Sassafras Tree by Lillah Lawson Publication Date: September 20, 2019 Regal House Publishing eBook & Paperback; 384 Pages Genre: Historical Fiction/Southern     It's an unusually warm autumn, 1929, and O.T. Lawrence is about as content as a cotton farmer can be in Five Forks, Georgia. Nothing - not poverty, drought, or … Continue reading Monarchs Under the Sassafras Tree by Lillah Lawson (Review with Excerpt + Giveaway)

The Outlaw’s Daughter by Margaret Brownley (review)

Margaret Brownley's Haywire Brides books are delightful, sweet Historical Romance reads that include a mystery and humor. While The Outlaw's Daughter is no exception, it also has a new depth to the story. The plot and the circumstances of the characters carry more sober gravity than the previous entries in the series. The mystery plot-line that threatens the … Continue reading The Outlaw’s Daughter by Margaret Brownley (review)