My rating: 4 of 5 stars Note: Free copy in exchange for honest review. What fun. I love Jamie’s internal monologue. Family lawyer Jamie Quinn is in no way prepared for a criminal defense case, but what to to when her nephew is accused of killing his music teacher with a didgeridoo? And what’s a … More Death by Didgeridoo by Barbara Venkataraman
Interesting mystery, set between the World Wars. Is the detective psychic or not? Mostly she seems to pay close attention to body language, but sometimes it seems that the physical room is calling her to look at this or that. She recommends that someone use the new physical movements of Dr. Pilates! How cute. The … More Birds of a Feather by Jacqueline Winspear
Dressed to Confess by Diane Vallere 3 stars One Fete in the Grave (A Liv And Di In Dixie Mystery #3) by Vickie Fee 3 Stars Kilt at the Highland Games (Liss MacCrimmon Mysteries #10) by Kaitlyn Dunnett 2 star. DNF.
In which Eve has some character growth, Roarke owns stuff and is an e-geek, and Summerset goes on vacation.
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.
5 Mysteries, good better best, that I read while my big fat book was mislaid. Lord of the Wings by Donna Andrews My rating: 5 of 5 stars Yay, Meg the Lady Blacksmith is back at work with iron and the forge, not yay, it’s all off screen, yay again, her ironmongery is a vital … More Mystery Mix
Return of Meg the Lady Blacksmith – her iron work is once again part of the plot. Organization is now her job, as well as a major part of the plot. The baseball coach everyone loves to hate – is hateful at his day-job, too. Then he doesn’t die – what went wrong?