Publisher: Kensington

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Oct 11
Pane and Suffering (A Webb’s Glass Shop Mystery #1) by Cheryl Hollon (review)

Pane and Suffering (A Webb’s Glass Shop Mystery #1) by Cheryl Hollon (review)

I liked the characters, and how they worked together to solve the murders. I thought Savannah made friends with Edward and Amanda really quickly, and was a bit too trusting. But overall I liked their personalities and it was fun to learn about cipher code and making stained glass things. The mystery itself had more clues early in the book than I’m used to. I actually guessed who the killer was by half-way through the book or a bit sooner. Why that person had done it, I didn’t guess. But the who wasn’t surprising by the time the big reveal… Read more »

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Oct 01
Dangerously Dark (A Chocolate Whisperer Mystery #2) by Colette London (review)

Dangerously Dark (A Chocolate Whisperer Mystery #2) by Colette London (review)

This sounded like a really fun read, and I LOVE chocolate, so that was an additional plus! Sadly, I just couldn’t connect with Hayden. She was funny in the beginning, before the dead body was found. She sounded like a character I would like reading, and those pages flew by! But then things changed drastically. She decided Declan had been murdered. Even though there was no evidence to suggest that outcome. The police had declared it an accident and closed the case. And she knew no one but her friend Carissa, she started seeing a killer in EVERYone. That wouldn’t… Read more »

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