"Mystery" Blogs & Blog Posts

A Darker Shade of MidnightA Darker Shade of Midnight

Murder mystery set in the Louisiana

 
Shadow and FangShadow and Fang

The musings, methods, and sugar coated sass of paranormal romance author Ka...

 
Audio Book HeavenAudio Book Heaven

Audio book reviews spanning all genres: science fiction, fantasy, action, a...

 
Celtic ShamanCeltic Shaman

This blog is about my life and work as a writer, artisit, biodynamic garden...

 
Shelly Barclay - Rewriting HistoryShelly Barclay - Rewriting History

Shelly Barclay rewrites history shedding new light on events long passed.

 
Genre WenchGenre Wench

Reviews of mystery, fantasy, sci-fi and the occasional horror books

 


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Village in the Dark is the second book in Iris Yamashita's Detective Cara Kennedy series. (Yes, this can be read as a stand alone.)Yamashita takes us back up to Alaska and the fictional village of Point Mettier. The entire village lives in...

The Antique Hunter's Guide to Murder is C.L. Miller's wonderful debut novel.The cover immediately caught my eye. It promised a great read - and it delivered. I've become addicted to cozy murder tales lately. I liked that Miller in...

You might be thinking that the title of Benjamin Stevenson's new novel - Everyone on This Train Is a Suspect - is somewhat familiar. And you'd be right. Stevenson's last book was Everyone in My Family Has Killed Someone, featuring...

A 10-foot great white shark from Canada’s coastline has resurfaced west of the Mississippi River and curious scientists aren’t exactly sure of its intentions. The nonprofit OCEARCH says the shark, named Crystal, is an anomaly among the 92 white s...

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Only If You're Lucky is the third book from the talented Stacy Willingham.Four women, all with very different personalities, backgrounds, strengths and weaknesses, are rooming together in a house on the campus of their college. Well, some of them hav...

Death Under a Little Sky is Stig Abell's excellent debut novel.What first caught my eye was Lucy Foley's cover blurb - "Gloriously atmospheric." But what kept me turning pages was Abell's slow burning plot, his introduction to wonderfully intere...