Chattanooga Choo Choo: An Electric Eclective Book by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

This novella appears to be a sweet tale of a murder (or two) on a train ride.  After receiving this book as part of my VIP bag at the now Orlando Book Fest (was Indies Book Fest) I put it on my reading stack and gave it little thought.  However, on a recent between book … Continue reading Chattanooga Choo Choo: An Electric Eclective Book by Elizabeth Horton-Newton

Substitute Soloist – An Andy Veracruz Mystery Book 4 by D. R. Ransdell

Having recently finished the third in this series I happily jumped into #4.  I have read this whole series, and while the first three were somewhere slightly above a Cozy in the mystery department, this book is solidly in the Mystery genre. The author has added a lot of depth to not only the main … Continue reading Substitute Soloist – An Andy Veracruz Mystery Book 4 by D. R. Ransdell

The Arms of Death (Loch Lonach Mystery Series: Book One) By Maggie Foster

Not what I expected in a good way.  The genre stated Medical Fiction or Amature Sleuths.  However, I see it more like an intense, above the norm cozy.  There are characters you can wrap your brain around, modern issues, and occurrences with a touch of Old World charm. This book had enough science (easily explained), … Continue reading The Arms of Death (Loch Lonach Mystery Series: Book One) By Maggie Foster

The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories – Part XII By David Marcum

This collection holds the record for the largest collection of new Sherlock Holmes stories.  The Publisher, through these books, helps to support two organizations, The Stepping Stones School in the UK and the Happy Life Children’s Home in Kenya. From the first story in this collection, you are submerged in Holmes as it starts with … Continue reading The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories – Part XII By David Marcum