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Book Review: the Anatomist’s Wife by Anna Lee Huber

The Anatomist’s Wife, the first book in the Lady Darby Mystery Series by Anna Lee Huber, is a quick-paced mystery series set in Scotland. I enjoyed this first book and plan to read the rest of the series. First, a little about the book: Scotland, 1830. Following the death of her husband, Lady Darby has Read More

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Book Review: No Comfort for the Lost by Nancy Herriman

On Monday, Nancy Herriman, the author of No Comfort for the Lost, did an author interview with me. I am very grateful that she stopped by! Be sure to check out what she had to say.  I recently checked out the first book in Nancy Herriman’s new mystery series set in old San Francisco, No Comfort for the Read More

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Interview With Nancy Herriman, Author of “No Comfort For The Lost”

I recently read the first installment of Nancy Herriman’s new San Francisco Mystery series, No Comfort for the Lost. I was very excited when she agreed to do an author interview with me about it. I will share my review of No Comfort for the Lost on Thursday.  Nancy Herriman retired from an engineering career Read More

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Book Review: And Only To Deceive by Tasha Alexander

And Only to Deceive is the first book in the Lady Emily Mystery series by Tasha Alexander. It looks like there are 10 books and 2 novellas in the series so far. The description for And Only to Deceive reads as follows: For Emily, accepting the proposal of Philip, the Viscount Ashton, was an easy Read More

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Book(s) Review – Victorian San Francisco Mysteries by M. Louisa Locke

One of my many works-in-progress is a Victorian mystery series, I love San Francisco, and I love Victoria Thompson’s Gaslight Mystery series. I’ve already read all 17 of Thompson’s books this year, so while I anxiously await the next chapter of her saga, I though M. Louisa Locke’s Victorian San Francisco Mystery series would fill Read More