Hello. Hope you’re ok. I spent a good chunk of time trying to find one of my favourite reads from my childhood last week and, after finding it, I went on to find other books that unlocked memories. I was born in 1995, not a time of great diversity in publishing if we’re looking at … Continue reading Going back to the early 2000’s. What I read as a child.
Waterstones ★★★★ A romp, I think is fair, to describe the Lady Hardcastle mysteries. Aside from liking the setting, the era it is in, the characters, and the plots of the books, it is the dialogue which delights me. When I used to write my own stories, I was often praised by the people who … Continue reading My Thoughts on this fun & witty mystery – Death Around the Bend by T. E. Kinsey
Title: A Murder for Christmas Author: David W. Robinson Publisher: Crooked Cat Books Pages: 253 Date Published: October 27th 2012 Rating: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 Amazon /Barnes & Noble / Book Depository glitter maker I have not read a book of this genre since Rankin’s Rebus where the book is completely engaging because of its … Continue reading My thoughts on A STAC Murder Mystery #4 A Murder for Christmas by David W. Robinson.
As a child I am sure I read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, countless times. As it was typical of me to seek out the other books in a series, I did that with The Chronicles of Narnia. I was disappointed and I was left wanting. I read, in one sitting, now an … Continue reading My thoughts on The Magician’s Nephew
A shocking death turns a homecoming into a nightmare.