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A Christmas Party by Georgette Heyer

A British country house Christmas party may be my favorite setting for a murder. Joseph and his wife, Maud, live at Nathaniel’s grand home. Joseph has organized a Christmas party, even though he seems to be the only one in a festive mood. Like any good Christmas party, we’ve got …

Christmas at the Cornish Confetti Agency by Daisy James

Christmas at the Cornish Confetti Agency, was a sweet, fun book to read with a cup of hot chocolate or my favorite coffee, cinnamon sugar cookie, which just returned to store shelves for the season. I love a good holiday romance and this one hit all the right notes. We …

The Forger and the Thief by Kirsten McKenzie

The setting of The Forger and the Thief is fascinating in and of itself. In 1966 Florence was hit with the most devastating flood in centuries, and as a result 101people died and countless works of art and literature were destroyed. Five strangers are in Florence, each for their own …

Killing the Story by Joan Livingston

Isabel Long is a former journalist who now works as a private investigator. Both jobs play to her strengths; she’s curious, tenacious, tough, and determined. This is the first of the series that I’ve read, but it worked fine as a stand alone. Isabel is hired to investigate the death …

Who Killed Patrick? by Syl Waters

I will admit, I don’t pay a lot of attention to authors’ websites. I include links at the bottom of my posts, but really don’t spend much time looking at them. I stopped by Syl Waters’ as I was getting this post ready and her blog caught my attention. Who …

Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson

Eight Perfect Murders is clever. Mal posted a list of eight “perfect” murders on a blog years ago and now someone is using the list to conduct their own murder spree. Maybe. I love all the references to other mysteries, but if they’re on your to-read list, be aware that …

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