I know, I know, it’s Tuesday. Yesterday was the 4th of July and I was off the day job. My parents came out for BBQ, then I re-did our outdoor sectional. I bought it six years ago (with part of
Monday Murders: The Dry by Jane Harper I’m weird. I know that. I started this post yesterday but couldn’t quite bring myself to finish it because I couldn’t find a good image of the cover of the book I read.
From Amazon: Make way for the long paw of the law as police officer Megan Luz and her K-9 partner Brigit investigate a baffling new mystery in Bending the Paw, by Diane Kelly. A MURDER WITHOUT A BODY IS LIKE
Monday Murders: The Fog Ladies by Susan McCormick The first in the series, introducing the residents of an older apartment building in San Francisco. Most of the residents are elderly, but a few younger folks, including a pilot and a
EVERYONE WANTED HER DEAD, BUT WHO ACTUALLY KILLED HER? I just finished a book that I picked up purely because I loved the cover – isn’t it the cutest?! Anyway – I thought I’d share some info in case you
MONDAY MURDER! A Dark and Stormy Murder by Julia Buckley Welcome to Monday Murders! This last week, I listened to the audiobook of A DArk and Stormy Murder by Julia Buckley. This is the first in a
Writ of Execution by Perri O’Shaughnessy When a local indie bookstore (Village Books – man, I still miss that place!!) was going out of business, I was in one of the final days perusing the bookshelves and chatting with Becky
Welcome to a new series – Monday Murders! Pop by every week for <dun, dun, dun> MURDER! I’ll either feature a book review of a mystery I enjoyed, or I’ll share my insights into a true crime story that has