Mystery May | Book Review | Riding Shotgun by Andy Rausch

Crime Wave Press · July 2017 · 102 pgsDear Reader, Hard-boiled crime novels are a bit of a departure from the books I have been reviewing lately, but I have read the genre in the past, and overall, I believe that Andy Rausch's collection of novellas, Riding Shotgun, does a much better job of making… Continue reading Mystery May | Book Review | Riding Shotgun by Andy Rausch

Mystery May | Book Review | The Big Kahuna by Janet Evanovich

March 26th 2019 ∙ G.P. Putnam's Sons ∙ 320 pages Dear Reader, The Big Kahuna is full of Evanovich's iconic situational comedy and is one more laugh-out-loud story by the master of the comedy-mystery genre.  This novel offers a much-needed break from real life for readers - beginning with a flash mob organized by former… Continue reading Mystery May | Book Review | The Big Kahuna by Janet Evanovich

Mystery May |Book Review| Chocolate Cream Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke

 Kensington Press · February 2019 · 304 pgs   Dear Reader, 19 years and 26 books show that Joanne Fluke offers a great deal to readers with her Hannah Swensen series. I reviewed her first book, Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder a few months ago and was glad to visit The Cookie Jar once again. What… Continue reading Mystery May |Book Review| Chocolate Cream Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke

Mystery May | Book Review|The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths

 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt · March 2019 · 338 pgs   Dear Reader, I have mentioned before that one thing I look at in mystery books is how hard or easy is it to figure out who did it.  If it is too hard, that typically means there just wasn't enough clues, and if it is… Continue reading Mystery May | Book Review|The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths