Review of Bewitching Boots by Joyce and Jim Levine

The Renaissance Faire Village has a new craftsman in the seventh installment of the series, Bewitching Boots.Shoemaker Bill Warren is the first guest exhibit at Jessie Morton’s new Renaissance Museum and he’s immediately taken with Princess Isabelle. Isabelle dies after requesting Bill make her a new pair of dancing slippers, thrown from her balcony. Bill blames […]

Review of Dead Man Stalking by Karen Cantwell

Barbara Marr has returned for her fifth adventure in Dead Man Stalking.Although the murder itself is not what the story revolves around, Barbara still manages to find herself in trouble. While all of her family is away, the children with the two grandmothers and her husband Howard and friend Colt visiting a new client, Barbara […]

Review of The Chihuahua Always Sniffs Twice by Waverly Curtis

The latest Barking Detective Mystery, The Chihuahua Always Sniffs Twice,has aspiring P.I. Geri Sullivan and her talking Chihuahua Pepe investigating a case where someone tried to poison the dogs of a wealthy deceased woman who left them her fortune. The woman’s children and step-children are contesting her will, but Geri and Pepe only have the […]

Review of The Trouble with Turkeys by Kathi Daley

Still reeling from being fired from her dream job at the Ashton Falls animal shelter, Zoe Donovan agrees to help out her former co-worker Jeremy in book two, The Trouble with Turkeys.Jeremy is caring for turkeys after their owner is murdered two weeks before Thanksgiving and Zoe can’t help but try to solve the mystery. With […]

Review of Halloween Hijinks by Kathi Daley

Just in time for Halloween, I found a new series to read, which starts with the aptly named Halloween Hijinks.Zoe Donovan lives in the tourist town of Ashton Falls, where she works for animal control and volunteers for the activities committee. As Halloween approaches, there are pranks being pulled by the local football team, who […]