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Hideaway: The Godmothers #7 by Fern Michaels

Hideaway: The Godmothers #7 by Fern Michaels

A story in three parts. Normally I would pass on a serial, but it’s Fern Michaels and her Godmothers series y’all. HOW could I?  It’s been a while since I’ve read (for review) this series, and while I’ve kept up with my semi-monthly treks to the library or bookstore to play catch up on all of her books, this offer was too tempting.  Please read on for my review of Read more of this post

A Study in Scoundrels: Romancing the Rules #2 by Christy Carlyle

A Study in Scoundrels: Romancing the Rules #2 by Christy Carlyle

Grab your hats for this perfectly madcap historic romance with mystery, laughter, love and a touch of naughty! Christy Carlyle returns to the blog today with the second in her Romancing the Rules series. Set in Victorian England, these stories deliver on their promises! Please read on for my review and excerpt, check out the tour stops to see what others thought, and don’t forget to enter the tour-wide giveaway where you could win one of TWO print copies of RULES FOR A ROGUE. But first,

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Death at St. Vedast: Bianca Goddard Mysteries #3 by Mary Lawrence

Death at St. Vedast: Bianca Goddard Mysteries #3 by Mary Lawrence

A new sort of mystery on the blog today, the Bianca Goddard Mysteries from Mary Lawrence are stories about Bianca, a Tudor era woman and daughter of a notorious alchemist, who has an unusual outlook when it comes to solving mysteries. Please read on for my review of Read more of this post

Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • Full House Reading Challenge

The Innocence of Father Brown: Father Brown #1 by G.K. Chesterton

The Innocence of Father Brown: Father Brown #1 by G.K. Chesterton

If you’ve followed at all, you know my love for PBS and the Father Brown mysteries, where Mark Williams (Arthur Weasley for Potter Fans) plays the Catholic Priest in the village,  Narrated by Graham Gordon, this collection of twelve stories in this first volume compile murder mysteries, thefts, and stories that highlight no crime at all. Please read on for my review of

The Innocence of Father Brown

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