Book Review: Cain His Brother by Anne Perry (William Monk #6)

Official Synopsis from Amazon: In his family life Angus Stonefield had been gentle and loving, in business a man of probity, and in his relationship with his twin brother, Caleb, a virtual saint. Now Angus is missing, and it appears more than possible that Caleb—a creature long since abandoned to depravity—has murdered him. Hired to … More Book Review: Cain His Brother by Anne Perry (William Monk #6)

Book Review: The Big Four by Agatha Christie (Hercule Poirot #5)

Here’s a short little mini-review today! Not a whole lot to say about this entry in Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot series. Genre: Mystery My copy came from: I had an old copy of this book that I’ve had for years. I probably purchased it at a library book sale. Review: Book #5 in the Hercule … More Book Review: The Big Four by Agatha Christie (Hercule Poirot #5)

Pair a Holiday Drink with a Book: Hype or Like Friday

Hype or Like Friday is a Goodreads group created by Jill at Rant and Rave About Books, Larkin at Wonderfilled Reads, and Britt at Geronimo Reads. This week’s prompt is about the holidays and books. Specifically holiday drinks, and today I’ll try to pair some great drinks with great books. I didn’t intend for all … More Pair a Holiday Drink with a Book: Hype or Like Friday

ARC Review: Dying for Strawberries by Sharon Farrow (A Berry Basket Mystery #1)

Official Synopsis: With seasonal crowds flocking to its sandy beaches, lively downtown shops, and the Berry Basket, a berry emporium with something for everyone, the lakeshore village of Oriole Point is ripe for summer fun—and murder.   Much has changed for Marlee Jacob since she returned to Oriole Point, Michigan, three years ago. Between running … More ARC Review: Dying for Strawberries by Sharon Farrow (A Berry Basket Mystery #1)

ARC Review: The Book Club Murders by Leslie Nagel (The Oakwood Mystery Series #1)

Synopsis from Goodreads: In a charming cozy mystery series debut, Leslie Nagel’s irrepressible small-town heroine finds that her fellow mystery book club members may be taking their Agatha Christie a bit too literally—and murder a bit too lightly. Charley Carpenter has poured heart and soul into her clothing store, Old Hat Vintage Fashions. She’ll do … More ARC Review: The Book Club Murders by Leslie Nagel (The Oakwood Mystery Series #1)

Book Review: Death at the Paris Exposition by Frances McNamara (Emily Cabot Mysteries #6)

Synopsis: Emily Cabot travels to Paris with “The Queen of Chicago” Bertha Palmer to attend the Paris Exposition of 1900. While in Paris, they come upon a ring of jewel thieves and Emily stumbles across a dead body. Will Emily solve the case of the stolen jewels and solve the murder? *** I was given … More Book Review: Death at the Paris Exposition by Frances McNamara (Emily Cabot Mysteries #6)

Book Review: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie (Hercule Poirot #4)

Synopsis: Roger Ackroyd is found murdered, stabbed in the back. Dr. James Sheppard, a local doctor, and Hercule Poirot investigate the case. Review: Well. I certainly didn’t see that coming!! This book was just OK for me, and the only thing that made it memorable was the twist ending. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is … More Book Review: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie (Hercule Poirot #4)

Book Review: Journey to Munich by Jacqueline Winspear (Maisie Dobbs #12)

Setting: London and Munich in 1938 Synopsis: Maisie Dobbs has returned to London from her nursing work in Spain, and the British government has asked her to help them retrieve a man being held prisoner at Dachau. Maisie goes to Munich while posing as the prisoner’s daughter. Review: I was up and down with this … More Book Review: Journey to Munich by Jacqueline Winspear (Maisie Dobbs #12)

From Page to Screen: The Murder on the Links by Agatha Christie

Here’s another From Page to Screen entry! Don’t worry, I don’t plan on doing every Hercule Poirot book and show this way, but after I watched the episode for this book I realized I was going to be a bit more wordy than I planned on this one. So, here we are, one more addition … More From Page to Screen: The Murder on the Links by Agatha Christie