Monthly Archives: February 2010

A Conventional Corpse – A Claire Malloy mystery | by Joan Hess

Tweet Claire is an interesting bookshop owner who has been coerced into helping with a mystery book convention. I must say I tend to be in awe of authors and can totally relate to some of the hero worship that … Continue reading

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Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund | by Blaize Clement

Tweet Dixie Hemingway is a former deputy sheriff in Florida. She now pet sits. She is as meticulous with her pet sitting business as she was as a law enforcement officer. On a walk with a dachshund early one morning … Continue reading

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Death in Cyprus | by M.M. Kaye

Tweet This is an oldie but certainly worth the time. A young lady who is the ward of her uncle decides she wants to do some solo travel but, considering the times, he is not happy with her staying in … Continue reading

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Heat Wave | By Richard Castle

Tweet If you watch the TV show Castle then you will completely understand this book – if you don’t I’m not sure you’ll care. Quick reading, interesting storyline, brain candy. I like the relationship between the main characters and, of … Continue reading

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Borkmann’s Point: an Inspector Van Veeteren Mystery | By Hakan Nesser

Tweet So I am on a Scandinavian mystery kick right now and a friend recommended this author. I can only imagine what living in towns like these portrayed in the book could be like but Nesser does such a good … Continue reading

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