Blog Tour: City of Sin, Sean O’Leary

Book Review: City of Sin, Carter Thompson Mysteries Book 1, Sean O’Leary Mystery: City of Sin, Carter Thompson Mysteries Book 1, Sean O’Leary Blog Tour August 15, 2022   Despite it being a big city and having “big city” issues, it’s hard to think of Sidney, Australia beyond the beautiful pictures of the harbor and […]

Blog Tour: Whisper of the Seals, Roxanne Bouchard

Book Review: Whisper of the Seals, Detective Morales Book 3, Roxanne Bouchard, translated by David Warriner   Mystery: Whisper of the Seals, Detective Morales Book 3, Roxanne Bouchard, translated by David Warriner   Recently I was reminded of a family vacation that included a trip through southern Ontario. My then sixteen-year-old self was very excited to be […]

Blog Tour: My Name Is Ten, Colleen MacMahon

Book Review: My Name Is Ten, Colleen MacMahon Book Review: My Name Is Ten, Colleen MacMahon Blog Tour August 5, 2022   Do yourself a favor. Put the name, “Colleen MacMahon” somewhere you won’t forget. Then again, I suspect she may become an author you are unlikely to forget. Regardless, put it somewhere on your […]

Book Review: The Space Between Worlds, Micaiah Johnson

Book Review: The Space Between Worlds, Micaiah Johnson                   Science Fiction: The Space Between Worlds, Micaiah Johnson   Cara is a “traverser.” Technology exists that allows people to traverse between dimensions, to visit other versions of Earth. Coming from a world with stark distinctions between the white […]

Blog Tour: The Retreat, Sarah Pearse

Book Review: The Retreat, Detective Elin Warner Book 2, Sarah Pearse                   Mystery/Thriller: The Retreat, Detective Elin Warner Book 2, Sarah Pearse Blog Tour July 22, 2022   Elin Warner has been on reduced duty since returning from Switzerland. Despite her eagerness to return to her position […]

Book Review: Maisie Dobbs, Jaqueline Winspear

Book Review: Maisie Dobbs, Maisie Dobbs Book 1, Jaqueline Winspear   Mystery: Maisie Dobbs, Maisie Dobbs Book 1, Jaqueline Winspear   Every so often I run across an older book or series that makes me question my reading choices from years gone by. Maisie Dobbs is one of those books.   Jacqueline Winspear’s protagonist is a private […]