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Mystery Book of the Month – Explosive Eighteen

Mystery Book of the Month – Explosive Eighteen

The latest of the Stephanie Plum series is Explosive Eighteen. International murder hits dangerously close to home for our bounty hunter heroine. What can a girl do when she returns from a Hawaiian vacation and can only describe it as complicated? The exploits of Stephanie Plum are set to blow sky high. Our friend Mandee […]

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Murder on the Mind Adds a Mystery Twist

Murder on the Mind Adds a Mystery Twist

Written by on April 8, 2013 in Mystery Book of the Month with 1 Comment

L. L. Bartlett has taken her Jeff Resnick series to an interesting twist with Murder on the Mind. And that twist is adding in a paranormal world for the insurance investigator hero of this series. Mystery with a Twist After Resnick is attacked and left with a blow to his skull, he is forced to […]

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James Patterson’s I, Michael Bennett

James Patterson’s I, Michael Bennett

Written by on November 19, 2012 in Mandee's Mysteries, Mystery Book of the Month with 2 Comments

We are delighted to welcome a guest post today. Decorating for Events, Mandee, has reviewed the new James Patterson mystery, I, Michael Bennett. Thank you, Mandee and here is her review: “I, Michael Bennett by James Patterson (with Michael Ledwidge) I have been a Michael Bennett fan since I read the first book in the series, […]

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Humor and Who-done-it Come Together in Never Buried

Humor and Who-done-it Come Together in Never Buried

Written by on October 5, 2012 in Mystery Book of the Month with 0 Comments

Are you ready for a charming and involved mystery? Then add in a humorous female amateur sleuth. Now, have I got you? Author Edie Claire brings to life her wonderful female sleuth, Leigh Koslow in Never Buried. It’s the first in this great series, and it’s a great read. Leigh Koslow discovers a 10-year dead […]

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Jonathan Kellerman’s Mystery: An Alex Delaware Novel

Jonathan Kellerman’s Mystery: An Alex Delaware Novel

Written by on September 13, 2012 in Mystery Book of the Month with 0 Comments

Award-winning author Jonathan Kellerman has done it again with Alex Delaware, his psychologist crime solver. Mystery is his latest, just published in April. Set in Los Angeles, as usual for his Alex Delaware series and again involving friend Robin and LA police detective Milo Sturgis, our hero unravels the brutal murder of a high-end call […]

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Donna Leon’s Beastly Things: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery

Donna Leon’s Beastly Things: A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery

Written by on August 21, 2012 in Mystery Book of the Month with 1 Comment

Set in Venice, Italy, the Commissario Guido Brunetti series takes us on tours of the city. Not just the tourist part, but the seedy back ends that bring in the murders and the victims. In Beastly Things, Leon’s 21st and latest in the series, Brunetti investigates the murder of a disfigured man found in one […]

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Mystery of the Month: Restless in the Grave

Mystery of the Month: Restless in the Grave

Written by on June 21, 2012 in Mystery Book of the Month with 1 Comment

Dana Stabenow has created a great mystery with Restless n the Grave. She has two long-running mystery series, one starring Alaska State Trooper Liam Campbell and the other starring private investigator Kate Shugak. This time she brings them both together to investigate the death of a local pilot. The problem is there is no lack […]

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Mystery of the Month: Desperate Housedogs

Mystery of the Month: Desperate Housedogs

Written by on May 12, 2012 in Mystery Book of the Month, Mystery Series with 2 Comments

This month we have a charming new series to introduce you to. It’s the Pampered Pet Series, authored by Sparkle Abbey. Book One in the series is Desperate Housedogs. That name alone drew us in. We just had to read it, and loved it. Then went on to discover so much about the authors (yep, […]

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