Dead In The Water (Book 1 A Trisha Carson Mystery) by Glenda Carroll

Looking for some realistic characters? Start right here with Trisha – she’s not 20, or a size 2 and her life is less than perfect – I really enjoyed her. Having a husband who is a master swimmer, yet myself more of a doggie paddler,  I enjoyed this book letting me see an insider's perspective. … Continue reading Dead In The Water (Book 1 A Trisha Carson Mystery) by Glenda Carroll

The Art of Betrayal (Kate Hamilton Mysteries #3) by Connie Berry

I received this book as a gift, and even though I have not read the first two, I jumped in on their recommendation.  WOW – I thoroughly enjoyed the main character, Kate.  The very light romance was handled perfectly.  This intelligent woman was portrayed in such a manner that I seriously would like her as … Continue reading The Art of Betrayal (Kate Hamilton Mysteries #3) by Connie Berry

Hippie Hollow: Murder on a Nude Beach: A B.B. Rivers Mystery, Book One by Denniger Bolton

As you know, I get a lot of books.  I pick them up all over the place, authors and publicists send them to me, friends refer, other bloggers share.  I am not sure where I picked this one up, but it has been sitting on the to-read shelf for a while (maybe 2 years).  It … Continue reading Hippie Hollow: Murder on a Nude Beach: A B.B. Rivers Mystery, Book One by Denniger Bolton

Operation Varsity Blues (A Kahale and Claude Mystery Book 3) by Timothy Baldwin

This is a great mystery series for middle and high schoolers. And frankly, I have also enjoyed it. The author is a teacher who has vast experience with middle school and high school, so he is spot on when it comes to exactly knowing what this reader will enjoy. The series involves four friends who … Continue reading Operation Varsity Blues (A Kahale and Claude Mystery Book 3) by Timothy Baldwin

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