Nine Tailors by Dorothy L. Sayers

Did you listen to the bell video above? Do, because it’s the background to the book. We start with church bells and end with church bells, but it’s not a tune like the carillon at our church plays. It’s change ringing, more mathematical than melodic. The story actually talks about …

Haunted House Murder by Leslie Meier, Lee Hollis, and Barbara Ross

I love seasonal novella collections! Haunted House Murder contains three cozy mystery novellas. Each is part of series, but they all worked well as stand-alones for me. Out of the three, the only one I really enjoyed was Hallowed Out by Barbara Ross. Haunted House Murder, the first in the …

Father Brown: Selected Stories by G. K. Chesterton

I finally got around to reading the only Father Brown book I have on my shelf. It’s a selection of stories from each of the collections. Father Brown is easy to underestimate. In the first story of the collection, a police detective sees him as rather stupid and bumbling, which …

Binding Dante Lovelace by Jennifer Rainey

My two favorite demons, Dante Lovelace and Iago Wick, are in trouble again. Definitely go back and read The Last Temptations of Iago Wick, the first in the series, before Binding Dante Lovelace though. It gives some extra background to the characters that I think it’s better when reading this …

The Last Temptations of Iago Wick by Jennifer Rainey

The Last Temptations of Iago Wick is such a fun book. Yes, Iago Wick and Dante Lovelace are demons, but they’re not evil. Well, maybe a bit, but mostly it’s because temptation and catastrophe are their callings. Lucifer gave demons a purpose. They really do enjoy people, like being on …