A Season of Seduction by Jennifer Haymore

A Season of Seduction by Jennifer Haymore I love everything about Christmas, the carols, the decorations, the traditions, so I am thrilled that seasonal books are starting to show up on the shelved. of course I’ve been singing Joy to the World since like June, and I never put away …

Cambric Tea by Marjorie Bowen

“Cambric Tea” by Marjorie Bowen A young physician, Bevis Holroyd is called down from London to the bedside of a new patient on Christmas Eve. The man makes the astounding accusation that his wife is poisoning him, lacing his cambric tea with arsenic. Cambric tea as described in the story …

Werewolves or Vampires?

“Werewolves also have an agenda to keep to. You do realize that?” “And you bloodsuckers, of course, are all sweetness and light with only my best interests at hear,” Alexia shot back, brushing Battenberg crumbs casually off her lap. (pg. 96, Soulless by Gail Carriger) I actually haven’t gotten this …

The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett

The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett I love the Queen. In this delightful novella, the Queen of England discovers a love of reading. It begins when her corgis lead her to the mobile library. Once she enters to apologize for the barking, she can’t leave without borrowing a book, and …

The Inimitable Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse

The Inimitable Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse This was my first meeting with Jeeves, and I must admit that I enjoyed the audiobook immensely. The book is a series of very loosely linked stories. In most of them, young, wealthy Wooster or his pal Bingo Little get in some sticky …