A Purrfect Alibi by Leighann Dobbs

In A Purrfect Alibi, the Oyster Cove Guesthouse is full of psychics, mediums, tea readers, etc. all hoping to speak to the ghost of Jedediah Biddeford and find his treasure. Josie doesn’t believe in ghosts and is really just happy to have paying guests, until—surprise, surprise—one of them ends up …

Newcomer by Keigo Higashino

I have been a fan of Higashino’s for years, but the order his books are translated into English seems rather haphazard. Thankfully the ones I’ve read have all been able to stand on their own, including Newcomer. The newcomer is Detective Kaga, who has been newly transferred to the district. …

Bread by Scott Cutler Shershow

The other day I listened to a short book about pepper and today it’s a book about bread. And I’ve gone from a funny, conversational writer/interviewer to a formal, slightly pretentious author. Can you tell which I liked better? My boss recommended I read Bread and handed me his copy. …