Category Archives: mystery

Old(er) Ladies

I’ll turn 50 at the end of this year, and maybe that’s why I’ve been drawn to novels with older protagonists. Or maybe it’s pure chance that I read one featuring a 68-year-old woman and (most of) one featuring an 85-year-old back to … Continue reading

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TBR Challenge: In Milady’s Chamber by Sheri Cobb South

I am really distinguishing myself for this month’s TBR Challenge. First I thought I wouldn’t make it at all, what with piles of library books to stay on top of. But I accidentally backed into reading an Insomnia Relief Aid (the … Continue reading

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January Round-Up

Probably a bit of February too, because I’m late. I haven’t had great success so far with my TBR-only reading goal. I had library books to finish and library holds come in, so I’ve only read two TBR books this … Continue reading

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Cut to the Quick, by Kate Ross (Discussion)

A few of us got into a Twitter discussion of Kate Ross’ Regency-set mystery series, and that led to a group (re)read of the first book, Cut to the Quick. This post is mainly meant to provide a space for more … Continue reading

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Recent Reading: Mystery

Now that I seem to have beaten my reading slump, I’m going to do my best to get back to blogging, too. Most of what I’ve read lately is mystery and non-fiction. Here’s the mystery list: Naomi Hirahara, Grave on Grand Avenue (2nd Ellie … Continue reading

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