The Sans Pareil Mystery by Karen Charlton

There were several good things about The Sans Pareil Mystery. I enjoyed learning about the theater in London in 1810 and it is interesting to note that both the San Pareil Theater and the woman running it did actually exist. The mystery itself was okay, although the clues were not …

Night Night, Sleep Tight by Hallie Ephron

The blurb gives the set-up –  and of course all the events are connected. I think Hollywood in the ’80s with secrets going back to the late ’50s was a great setting. Stars and writers with their careers and public image to think of give an interesting outlook on the …

The Pot Thief Who Studied Georgia O’Keeffe by J. Michael Orenduff

I’m sad. Why did no one tell me about this series before? The Pot Thief Who Studied Georgia O’Keeffe is smart, laugh out loud funny, and a good mystery. It throws in bits of history, literary references, and culture, and word play. It’s just fun. Hubie is a criminal. He digs …