Double Deck the Halls by Gretchen Archer

I love reading holiday short stories and novellas, sometimes stand-alones and sometimes ones that fit into series that I may or may not have read. I haven’t read any of Archer’s Davis Way Crime Caper series, but if “Double Deck the Halls” is a good example of her style, I …

The Boscombe Valley Mystery by Arthur Conan Doyle

I was going running/walking at the park the other night and didn’t have anything to listen to. I found “The Boscombe Valley Mystery” on Audible’s Mystery Channel and it was just the perfect length for how long I wanted to spend exercising. I have been a Sherlock Holmes fan forever, …

Short Stories – Audible Channels

I’ve been enjoying the new Audible Channels and have listened to several short stories recently. Most of them come from the Mystery Channel, of course. “The Sign of the Broken Sword” by G. K. Chesterton –  Features his famous characters Father Brown and former criminal Flambeau. In the center of the …

Early Bird Special by Tracy Krimmer

I don’t go Black Friday shopping, or Thanksgiving Day shopping for that matter, but I thought reading this short story that starts off with Francie and her family in line in the cold waiting for the store to open on Thanksgiving would fit the day. I know “Early Bird Special” …