Book Reviews Coming in September…

On bookshelves September 3rd

After her mother’s unexpected death, curator Chloe Ellefson discovers hidden antiques that hint at family secrets. Determined to find answers, Chloe accepts a consultant job in Norway, her ancestors’ homeland. She’s thrilled with the opportunity to explore Hardanger fiddle and dance traditions . . . and her own heritage.
Eighteen-year-old Liobhan is a powerful singer and an expert whistle player. Her brother has a voice to melt the hardest heart, and a rare talent on the harp. But Liobhan’s burning ambition is to join the elite warrior band on Swan Island. She and her brother train there to compete for places, and find themselves joining a mission while still candidates. Their unusual blend of skills makes them ideal for this particular job, which requires going undercover as traveling minstrels. For Swan Island trains both warriors and spies.

On bookshelves September 10th

Lainey’s normal, bookworm life no longer exists. With her family murdered by the Master, she joins forces with a group of Supernatural rebels. But as she struggles to cope with her new role as Keeper and the uncontrollable power it gives her, Lainey realizes that magic does indeed leave a mark—but it’s not always physical.

On bookshelves September 17th

In the heart of Venice, a woman is sacrificed to a forgotten god,
sparking a mystery lost for thousands of years.

Dr. Penelope Bryne is ridiculed by the academic community for her quest to find the remnants of Atlantis, but when an ancient and mysterious script is found at a murder site, she flies to Venice determined to help the police before the killer strikes again.

On bookshelves September 24th

As the new co-owner of Tundish Montana’s stationery shop WANTED, Delta Douglas knows how to organize a killer crafting event.
But on the night of the workshop, at the swanky hotel venue,
glitter isn’t the only thing found sprawled on the floor.
A hotel guest is discovered dead in the bar, and amid
the confusion, Delta’s best friend is suspected of the crime.

4 thoughts on “Book Reviews Coming in September…”

  1. First off—what a beautiful collection of covers. WOW!
    Now, once I’m past the eye-candy and can concentrate, I’m definitely intrigued. They all have something about them that appears to me, but Fiddling with Fate and the Immortal City get extra kudos for compelling blurbs. And The Harp of Kings reminds me of some very old fantasy novels I read (and loved) decades ago. I’ll be looking forward to your reviews,

    1. Immortal City was the freshest plot I have read in a while and The Harp of Kings was the most moving. Fiddling with Fate was so heart-warming I forget that it was a cozy style mystery. I hope you do enjoy the reviews! 🙂

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