Texas Oblivion, Mysterious Disappearances, Escapes and Cover-Ups by E. R. Bills

Winner of First Place in Non-Fiction at the Texas Book Festival - August, 2022 I have read several of this author's non-fiction works and I am always impressed with the extreme level of research he does.  His books are presented not just to entertain but inform. This is a collection of true tales of disappearances … Continue reading Texas Oblivion, Mysterious Disappearances, Escapes and Cover-Ups by E. R. Bills

Chasing the Edge (Cari Turnlyle Series #1) by Leslie A. Piggott

This first book in a new series has everything needed to get me hooked. The main character, Cari, is a fledgling journalist covering the local sports scene. When she happens to be at a track meet where a student collapses and dies, her investigative skills take off. Set in a university town, the reader is … Continue reading Chasing the Edge (Cari Turnlyle Series #1) by Leslie A. Piggott

Deadly Keepsakes: A Tori Winters Mystery by Anita Dickason

This author’s intense, highly researched thriller/mysteries are always at the top of my reading list. So when I learned she was branching into cozy mysteries, I paused. OMG – she nailed it. I love cozy mysteries but at times wish for a little something more – Dickason provided just that. With her usual well-developed characters, … Continue reading Deadly Keepsakes: A Tori Winters Mystery by Anita Dickason

AWESOME AUTHOR -NEW SERIES! Lone Star Lit Tour

DEADLY KEEPSAKES A Tori Winters Mystery by ANITA DICKASON Categories: Mystery / Women Sleuths Publisher: Mystic Circle Books Pages: 360 pages Publication Date: July 1, 2022 Scroll down for the giveaway! When Tori Winters becomes the star witness in a murder trial, someone tries to kill her. Terrified, she’s not giving the killer a second … Continue reading AWESOME AUTHOR -NEW SERIES! Lone Star Lit Tour

Alexandra and the Awful, Awkward, No Fun, Truly Bad Dates: A Picture Book Parody for Adults By Rebekah Manley

This is a very quick read and the perfect bedtime story for adults.  Even though it's been quite a while since I was dating, I enjoyed the quick humorous summaries of the dates and the illustrations. It also made me grateful to not be in the swipe society. A nice laugh with a happy ending! … Continue reading Alexandra and the Awful, Awkward, No Fun, Truly Bad Dates: A Picture Book Parody for Adults By Rebekah Manley