Explosive Eighteen By Janet Evanovich

So can Ms. Plum get any sillier? The beginning of this book starts with somewhat of a mystery. Apparently Stephanie has been to Hawaii and Ranger was there. Hmmm. But then we find out she ran away, and went home to New Jersey and won’t tell anyone any details. So we are left in the dark. Well we find out eventually but she definitely keeps quiet for a long time, much to the chagrin of Lula Continue reading “Explosive Eighteen By Janet Evanovich”

A Trick of the Light By Louise Penny

Apparently this was an interesting if not particularly difficult book for Ms. Penny to write. I am not sure if it was because of personal experience or just the subject matter but it is absolutely brilliant. If she is an artist and received a not so glowing review I say ‘whatever’! If you like it and it made you happy to paint it – go for it. This brings us to one of the topics of this fabulous mystery. Continue reading “A Trick of the Light By Louise Penny”

The Falls By Ian Rankin

I am not quite sure when this book was written but it was a while ago – I just hadn’t read it yet. This mystery has a certain eerie quality to it which I am not usually fond of but, because Rankin is a master of weaving stories, was very enjoyable. The beginning of the book has us meet a university student who is worried because his girlfriend has gone missing. We immediately think the worst, because this is a murder mystery, but there is no body. Continue reading “The Falls By Ian Rankin”

V is for Vengeance By Sue Grafton

This is the latest installment in the Kinsey Milhone series set in the 80s in a fictitious town in Southern California. As you can imagine they started at A with A is for Alibi. The series got a little weak there but this one is back on track. There isn’t really that much of a mystery as much as putting together all the bits and pieces of several story lines that may or may not converge. Continue reading “V is for Vengeance By Sue Grafton”