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Book Review: Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch Over Me by Ace Atkins

Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch Over Me by Ace Atkins is the latest thriller featuring the legendary Boston PI, where Spenser and his young protégé, Mattie Sullivan, take on billionaire money manager running a network of underaged girls for his rich and powerful clients. As a child of the ‘80s, my main exposure to…

Cooking the Books: A Catered Book Club Murder by Isis Crawford

The 16th installment of the Mystery with Recipes series finds the intrepid Simmons sisters wondering why a regular customer has forgotten to pick up her long-standing monthly order. Margo Hemsley is the kind of person who isn’t just punctual, she’s habitually early. Every month for the past five years, she’s ordered the same few items…

Book Review: Bait and Witch by Angela M. Sanders

Librarian Josie Way moved to small-town Oregon to lay low. Instead, thanks to newfound magic abilities—and a killer on the loose—she’s leapt out of the frying pan and into a cauldron of trouble… Josie Way thought she had found her dream job working for the Library of Congress until an overheard conversation at work plunges…

Book Review: Deep into the Dark by P.J. Tracy

New York Times bestseller P. J. Tracy returns with Deep into the Dark, a brand new series set in L.A. and featuring up-and-coming LAPD Detective Margaret Nolan and murder suspect Sam Easton. I have been a fan of P.J. Tracy since the first Monkeewrench novel and have read virtually all the books since. Twisty, dark,…

Are You Paying Attention?

I’m that weirdo you occasionally see at an airport gate or in a waiting room; totally anomalous because I’m not a lonely planet orbiting around my digital sun. You can’t even see evidence of a digital sun on my person, which makes me rarer than a unicorn and appreciably suspicious. Of course, you might not…

Book Review: The Butterfly House by Katrine Engberg

The Butterfly House by Katrine Engberg is the second book in the Korner and Werner series, set in Denmark, where Detectives Jeppe Kørner and Anette Werner race to solve a series of sordid murders linked to some of the most vulnerable patients in a Danish hospital. Killers lurk within Denmark’s health system in this second…

The Mitford Trial by Jessica Fellowes: New Excerpt

Prologue 18 June 1933   Outside, the horizon had been lost to the darkness, with sky and sea both black as the underside of a dead man’s eyelids. No stars shone and the moon was hidden behind the clouds. Only the white foam that curled away from the sides of the ocean liner revealed movement,…

Book Review: The Breaker by Nick Petrie

It’s been almost a year since former Marine Peter Ash’s misadventure in Iceland landed him on the FBI’s Most Wanted (see: The Wild One). Since then, he’s been keeping his head down and living simply in Milwaukee with his ladylove June Cassidy and just down the street from his old friend Lewis, supporting the former…

Book Review: City Of Schemes by Victoria Thompson

The fourth book in Victoria Thompson’s excellent Counterfeit Lady series is an utter page-turner! There isn’t a single wasted moment in this terrific, twisting tale as our intrepid heroine Elizabeth Miles seeks to not only preserve herself and her fiance Gideon Bates from a threat from their past, but also to prevent a con from…

Cooking the Books: Fishing for Trouble by Elizabeth Logan

It’s just another busy Alaskan tourist season day at Charlie Cooke’s Bear Claw Diner until one of her guests abruptly starts choking at his table before falling over unconscious. Paramedics whisk young Ethan Johnson away to the nearest medical center, and a concerned Charlie drives there with his lunch date, Zoe, since only family members…