Review :: Murder on the Pier by Merryn Allingham

I picked up the first Flora Steele mystery, The Bookshop Murder quite on a whim, really just because I was looking for a mystery novel and it was set in a bookshop. I thoroughly enjoyed that one and knew I would continue the series eventually. I finally read book two, Murder on the Pier, this […]

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Currently Reading :: The Curlew’s Eye :: Karen Manton

Hello! I just wanted to pop in today and tell you a little bit about my current read, The Curlew’s Eye by Karen Manton.I have to be honest – this was one of those titles that pops up in my mail box sometimes that get shelved on the ‘maybe if I get to it’ shelf […]

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Review :: The Bookshop Murder by Merryn Allingham

I love a cosy mystery tv movie (hello Hallmark – Aurora Teagarden, Gourmet Detective, Mystery 101, ALL OF THEM) and have been keen to read some, but tbh there are just sooooo many out there that it’s hard to know where to start. I spotted The Bookshop Murder by Merryn Allingham on a Netgalley browse […]

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kidlit :: Malamander :: Thomas Taylor

Thomas Taylor’s Malamander is a delightfully creepy book for middle grade readers…   Nobody visits Eerie-on-Sea in the winter. Especially not when darkness falls and the wind howls around Maw Rocks and the wreck of the battleship Leviathan, where even now some swear they have seen the unctuous malamander creep… Herbert Lemon, Lost-and-Founder at the […]

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Review :: Cosy Christmas Mysteries

We all know I love a good cover, and alongside that I’m a big fan of a pun in a title and a cat on the cover, so it’s kind of surprising that I don’t read more cosy mysteries! This week, though, I do have two cosy Christmassy mysteries to share with you! Both of […]

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Review :: The Mitford Murders :: Jessica Fellowes

** I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own** Book description (from Goodreads)It’s 1919, and Louisa Cannon dreams of escaping her life of poverty in London, and most of all her oppressive and dangerous uncle. Louisa’s salvation is a position within the Mitford household […]

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