Murphy, Murphy: And the Case of Serious Crisis by Keith Hirshland

Winner of Book Talk Radio Book Club - Best Book 2020 OK – there is grammar humor – what more could an editor possibly want? I’m also a huge fan of Jasper Fforde, and this book nicely follows behind (I could not help myself!) his style.  Detective Murphy Murphy, who works in the Department of … Continue reading Murphy, Murphy: And the Case of Serious Crisis by Keith Hirshland

Portrait of a Dead Guy: A Southern Humorous Mystery (A Cherry Tucker Mystery Book 1) by Larissa Reinhart

This is a great start to a cozy mystery series.  With a ton of southern sass, the main character has an unusual occupation in a small town.  You know the type where everyone knows your business, and rumors and gossip can control all conversations.  With the usual interesting sidekick – a sister who can cook … Continue reading Portrait of a Dead Guy: A Southern Humorous Mystery (A Cherry Tucker Mystery Book 1) by Larissa Reinhart

Secrets Can Kill (Tracey Marks Mystery) By Ellen Shapiro

Shapiro is back with her second mystery featuring Tracey Marks.  When a potential client turns up dead, Tracey is down the rabbit hole of maybe? clues, trying to get to the truth.  Tracey’s independent nature with a drop of quirky humor leads the reader on another whodunit? While this series has the feel of a … Continue reading Secrets Can Kill (Tracey Marks Mystery) By Ellen Shapiro

Looking For Laura (A Tracey Marks Mystery) by Ellen Shapiro

Bursting into the mystery genre, this PI/New Author has started an intriguing series with an independent female PI.  Learning that the author is a “real” PI in New York, put this book at the top of my reading list. With a great main character, Tracey, I was quickly pulled into the PI world and Tracey’s … Continue reading Looking For Laura (A Tracey Marks Mystery) by Ellen Shapiro