Review: A Most Agreeable Murder by Julia Seales

Julia Seales’ debut novel, A Most Agreeable Murder is a unique blend of historical romantic comedy murder mystery. If that sounds over the top, well it is, and it’s so much fun! Beatrice Steele is the eldest of three sisters, and has an unusual (and scandalous if anyone knew) interest in murder. Reading about andContinue reading “Review: A Most Agreeable Murder by Julia Seales”

Review: The Body in the Back Garden by Mark Waddell

The Body in the Back Garden is Mark Waddell’s debut novel, a cozy mystery set in Crescent Cove, Vancouver Island, Canada, and is the first book his new Crescent Cove Mysteries series. Luke Tremblay arrives in Crescent Cove to deal with selling the cottage and antiques business that he inherited unexpectedly from the aunt withContinue reading “Review: The Body in the Back Garden by Mark Waddell”

Review: Hour is Come by Victoria Tait

Hour is Come by Victoria Tait is book 0.5 in her A Dotty L. Sayers Antique Mystery series and is available for free if you sign up for her newsletter. Dotty is a newly widowed young woman, her father and husband have always made major decisions and Dotty is getting her first taste of independence.Continue reading “Review: Hour is Come by Victoria Tait”

Review: Gilded by Marissa Meyer

Gilded by Marissa Meyer is the first book in her duology of the same name, and is an intriguing retelling of the Rumpelstiltskin fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. Serilda has been telling stories all her life, and when she is caught by the Erlking on the night of a hunter’s moon, to save herselfContinue reading “Review: Gilded by Marissa Meyer”

Review: Crazy Apologetic Canadians by Cathryn Fox

Crazy Apologetic Canadians is a contemporary romance by Cathryn Fox and what a fantastically funny read it is. I was granted an ARC by NetGalley so was privileged to get my hands on this book early, it’s not out until March 6 2023, but if you like romantic comedies and want to read something thatContinue reading “Review: Crazy Apologetic Canadians by Cathryn Fox”