I enjoy spending time with the characters in this series and I loved the title and front cover of the new book in the series, Rotten to the Core but I feel conflicted when I say I’m not sure if this one was any good. I don’t think I would recommend Rotten to the Core … Continue reading Book Review. Rotten to the Core by T. E. Kinsey 🍎🍎🍎
‘It’s very simple, really,’ said Miss Marple, but A Pocket Full of Rye is anything but. Just when you think you have it worked out; it turns out that you have not. The twists and turns in this story! And what a sad ending too, for Gladys Martin, one of the characters employed as a … Continue reading Book Review. A Pocket Full of Rye by Agatha Christie.
I thought having the one central character in Sparkling Cyanide, that being Rosemary, meant that you got a constant revolving perception of the woman. Each chapter in the first part of Sparkling Cyanide was dedicated to a character who was around the table in a restaurant, when Rosemary takes her own life, and has some … Continue reading Book Review. Sparkling Cyanide by Agatha Christie.
There was something quaint about Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? It made me think of Enid Blyton, especially in our detective duo, Bobby and Frankie. Almost childlike. Frankie is a lady Frances, moneyed as Doctor Who would put it. You would assume it would be Frankie that was the stuffiest of the pair but it’s … Continue reading Book Review. Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? by Agatha Christie.
I was not sure The House by the Sea was going to be an enjoyable read at all at first, as ex-spouses Joe and Edie reunite in Italy because Joe’s aunt has left them her house in her will. Frosty atmosphere is an understatement, couldn’t cut it with a knife. As the pair explore, start … Continue reading Love & Loss in Sicily 🏖 The House by the Sea by Louise Douglas.