Tag: Amanda Flower

Jan 15
Prose and Cons (A Magical Bookshop Mystery #2) by Amanda Flower (review)

Prose and Cons (A Magical Bookshop Mystery #2) by Amanda Flower (review)

There’s still a love triangle going on in this book. The mayor (Nathan), and the police chief (David) are still both interested in Violet. And while Violet doesn’t seem to be interested in Nathan, she wasn’t encouraging David either. I’m hoping for David, but we’ll have to see! There were more magical happenings in the store, and with the tree. But not a whole lot more than the first book. The bookshop is still talking to Violet via poetry, this time using Edgar Allan Poe. And while she’s able to figure out a few of the clues, both she and… Read more »

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May 29
Murder, Handcrafted (Amish Quilt Shop Mystery #5)  by Isabella Alan (review)

Murder, Handcrafted (Amish Quilt Shop Mystery #5) by Isabella Alan (review)

You know it’s going to be a good book when the very first paragraph grabs you. The rest of the book totally lived up to that first paragraph, which is also a huge plus! I really liked Angie and Jonah. All the characters were well written, and I loved learning about the town. There were a number of funny moments in the book, as well as a few sad ones when past deaths came to light. I had no idea who the killer was, but it made total sense once the reveal happened. There were a few minor mysteries woven… Read more »

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Mar 27
Crime and Poetry (Magical Bookshop #1) by Amanda Flower (review)

Crime and Poetry (Magical Bookshop #1) by Amanda Flower (review)

This was such a fun book! I didn’t guess who the killer was, I was thinking it was one of two other people. But it made total sense once the reveal happened. I loved Grandma Daisy, she was fun and perfectly fit the mischievous meddling grandma role, with a few extra quirks thrown in. I also really liked Violet. And how her past slowly revealed itself as clues to the main mystery appeared. There are hints about a love triangle, but honestly her old boyfriend, now the mayor, irked me. I’m really hoping the police chief wins out, and it… Read more »

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