Review of Deception by Gaslight by Kate Belli

And then there are some Historical Mysteries that just light up this reader’s heart. I saw Deception by Gaslight on NetGalley and thought, oh that looks good, I’ll give it a try. I thought it would be a light read, hopefully even enjoyable. I did not expect to spend a couple hours on Mother’s Day... Continue Reading →

Pins: Downton Abbey

I was perusing my Pinterest last night and saw these Downton Abbey related pins. I got all excited and happy right away. Anyone read any of the books listed below? I've had the Downton Abbey: A Celebration - The Official Companion to All Six Seasons in my Amazon cart for ages now. Maybe it's time... Continue Reading →

The Red Hill by David Penny

The Red Hill (Thomas Berrington Historical Mystery Book 1) is written by David Penny and is set in the final years of Moorish Spain. This is a bit darker than a cozy mystery but it is spell-binding and kept my rapt attention. A killer who can’t be stopped. A request that can’t be refused. Moorish... Continue Reading →


It's my first First Line Fridays (hosted by Hoarding Books) One of the books I'm currently reading falls into the mystery genre but not quite a cozy one. The opening line was certainly attention grabbing. I'm just over halfway through and have enjoyed every page so far. "Three men lay tumbled in the bed of... Continue Reading →

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