A brilliant book worth a look!

As many of you already know, I now review a wide variety of books for The Book Review Directory.  I don’t often add the review to the front page of my blog, but for “The Serenity Stone Murder” by Marianne Jones, I will make an exception.

I recomCover Serenity Stone Murder (1)mend that you buy this book. You will not be disappointed.

This is a charming and wonderful story covering everything from kooky new-age retreats, murder, and covering all the parochial joys of small town life. It is a combination of all of the best bits of Mapp & Lucia, Father Brown, Murder She Wrote and The Golden Girls. A great read for the holidays or anytime. I hope that the author is writing more about the adventures of these ladies.  For the full review go to this page: Reading & Reviews

What’s on my review list for July?

So what I am reviewing this month?  Well I have a few new and promising items on my list.  This is the order they are likely to appear on my reading page Reading & Reviews 2015

JAcks&Jokers“Jacks and Jokers” by Matthew Condon, the second instalment in his exposé on the Queensland Police Force leading up to the Fitzgerald Inquiry of the 1990s.

This book is available in store and via Amazon (check your local Amazon/Kindle site)

 

 

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The Mansion’s Twins” by Rose M. Channing, a Young Adult, fantasy novel.

This book is available for Kindle via Amazon (check your local Amazon/Kindle site)

 

 

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“The Serenity Stone Murder” by Marianne Jones, a murder mystery with comic overtones.

This book is available in store and via Amazon (check your local Amazon/Kindle site)

 

 

All Involved

“All Involved” by Ryan Gattis, a fictional account of the 1992 LA Riots.

This book is available in store and via Amazon (check your local Amazon/Kindle site)