We’re putting the band back together… not the musical band. The war band. Why? Because one person’s daughter took up the warrior’s road and got well and truly trapped by a siege. Slogged through ~145 pages. Most boring book I’ve read in a long long time. Advertisements
Songwriter as solver of mysteries? Fun concept. Beauty-and-weight-obsessed mom, bored kid, and two pageant moms trash talking each other before I’m actually interested in the story? Pass. Read two chapters. I’d rather watch grass grow.
I thought a book about middle-aged women tap-dancing on a cruse ship would be fun, but the writing was so bad I didn’t get as far as the ship. Sigh. View all my reviews
What an amazing cover! How could I resist? But the story is about as bad as the cover is good. The personal dynamics are boring. Meg never makes it to work, how is she making a living? The dead person is someone we basically never met, and the murderer – I flipped to the back, … More Mother’s Day, Muffins, and Murder by Sara Rosett
This isn’t a review of the story so much as a complaint about the basic premise: Someone we like[tm] in the knitting community has a son who was accused of sexual assault and Obviously Didn’t Do It [tm] because a) we like his mom! b) the plot setup is really obvious. I hate the meme … More Purl Up and Die by Maggie Sefton
The Good: The Iced Princess by Christine Husom My rating: 3 of 5 stars Thanksgiving rush = need help. When Molly the Help = dead, it’s not much help at all. The question is, since Molly was wearing Cami’s dress, who was the real target? * Cami’s old boss, Madame Senator, who fired Cami for … More Mystery List: The Good, the Bad, the Blah
I can’t remember who recced this to me. I opened up to a random story, it was about a guy who won’t be ‘the daddy’ to some other guy’s kid. Well, OK. And the kid complained that none of the other guys would be his daddy either, so he mutilated them. Um. Random guys don’t … More Whispers in the Night by Molly Tabachnikov