Sunday, August 7, 2016

Reading right now:

            “Die Like an Eagle” by Donna Andrews. Andrews’ 20th book in the Meg Lanslow series, has Meg and Michael participating in typical suburban parent fashion in their sons’ youth baseball team. Between fighting with the league’s head, trying to discover who killed the brother of the league’s head, and keeping the boys from running the wrong way around the bases, the Lanslow family is, as usual, in over its head.

On hold right now:
“A Catered Tea Party” by Isis Crawford. In this 12th book in the Mystery with Recipes series, the opening of the remodeled Blue House art complex finds catering sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons planning a tea party for the opening night fundraiser. When the billionaire who is funding the project is murdered, the sisters find themselves with a long list of suspects.

Other Mysterious Things:

So many Cozy mysteries available in August! In addition to the above, Ellery Adams' "Murder in the Secret Garden" is the third book in her Book Retreat mystery series; the fifth Miss Dimple mystery comes out by F. Ballard Mignon (“Miss Dimple and the Slightly Bewildered Angel"); the new Cora Crafts mystery series called "Death Among the Dollies" by Mollie Cox Bryan: the fifth Bookmobile Cat mystery series "Cat With a Clue" by Laurie Cass; the third book in the Book Club mystery series by Laura DiSilverio (“The Readaholics and the Gothic Gala"); "Bruised Spirits" is the tenth book in the Daisy Gumm Majesty mystery series by Alice Duncan; the 19th Needlecraft Mysteries mystery series "Knit Your Own Murder" by Monica Ferris; Daryl Wood Gerber’s “Grilling the Subject” is the fifth book in the Cookbook Nook mystery series; Victoria Hamilton’s “Much Ado About Muffin” is the fourth in the Merry Muffin mystery series; A.L. Herbert’s Mahalia Watkins Soul Food mystery series' new book is  “Murder with Macaroni and Cheese” and is the second in the series; the second Dixie Dew Mystery series is "Wedding Bell Blues" by Ruth Moose;  and the final cozy I will mention here is Marty Wingate’s “The Bluebonnet Betrayal” which is the fifth in the Potting Shed mystery series.

A lot of light and fun cozies to make the end of summer even more enjoyable.

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