Review of An Open Spook by E.J. Copperman

Somehow I missed Haunted Guesthouse Mystery short, An Open Spook,when it came out at the beginning of October. So here it is now. This story is told from the perspective of Alison’s mother Loretta, who’s spending Hurricane Sandy hunkered down with her daughter, grand-daughter, a guesthouse guest, and the¬†two resident¬†ghosts. But another ghost shows up […]

Review of Chihuahua Confidential by Waverly Curtis

The second Barking Detective Mystery, Chihuahua Confidential,has budding detective Geri Sullivan and her Chihuahua Pepe travelling to Los Angeles to be on Dancing with Dogs. Unfortunately, their arrival is marred by the murder of one of the show’s judges. While the show goes on, it’s plagued by problems. Geri and Pepe are doing well on […]

Review of The Thrill of the Haunt by E.J. Copperman

There’s nothing like a fun ghostly mystery. This time around, it’s the fifth Haunted Guesthouse Mystery, The Thrill of the Haunt.Guesthouse owner Alison Kerby is tired of being called the Ghost Lady around her town of Harbor Haven, New Jersey. She may promote her Guesthouse as being haunted, but she really doesn’t want people in […]

Review of Perilous Pranks by Joyce and Jim Lavene

I was so happy to find a Renaissance Faire Mystery novella, Perilous Pranks.Jessie Morton is now working full time at the Faire setting up a museum of Renaissance arts and crafts, but her luck has just run out. While checking on a prank she played on Wanda Le Fey, the village nurse, Jessie finds her […]

Review of High in Trial by Donna Ball

I really love the Raine Stockton Dog Mystery series. The seventh book, High in Trial,bring us secrets from Raine’s father’s past that threaten to destroy Raine’s happiness. Twenty years ago, a young man was convicted of a murder he claims he didn’t commit. Raine’s father was the judge on the case, but more than that, […]