Clara Young Series: Book 1 – The Murder In Stall #4 and Book 2 – The Murder in the Precinct by Renee Marski

This is a combined review because I had the pleasure of reading the first 2 books in this series. Are you a Veronica Mars fan?  If so, then Clara Young will be right up your alley.  Young, and growing up in an atmosphere of police procedure, she has a good idea of how to approach … Continue reading Clara Young Series: Book 1 – The Murder In Stall #4 and Book 2 – The Murder in the Precinct by Renee Marski

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

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