Review of Counterfeit Magic by Kelley Armstrong

If you didn’t manage to pre-order the latest Women of the Otherworld book, Counterfeit Magic,then you’ll probably be stuck buying the eBook version. As I found out when I went to write this review, the book is already unavailable in hardcover and selling for big bucks. That’s just craziness! The latest Cortez-Winterbourne Investigations story finds […]

Review of Wicked Weaves by Joyce and Jim Lavene

Being a visitor of Renaissance Faires, I was curious to read Wicked Weaves,a Renaissance Faire Mystery. I was delighted by what I found. Jessie Morton has worked at the local Renaissance Village every summer since she graduated from college, apprenticing with the local artisans while she works on her Ph.D. dissertation about Medieval crafts. Jessie […]

Review of Where There’s a Witch by Madelyn Alt

I really love the Bewitching Mystery Seriesand book 5, Where There’s a Witch,is no exception. In this book we find Maggie O’Neill and her two young friends, Tara and Evie, at a church carnival. Maggie overhears a heated argument between two former lovers and then a construction crew uncovers a long forgotten cellar while breaking […]

Review of No Rest for the Wiccan by Madelyn Alt

I just couldn’t resist moving back into the Bewitching Mystery Series with book number 4, No Rest for the Wiccan.Being this close to Christmas, I just needed some light reading and it fit the bill. Fledgling witch Maggie O’Neill just can’t seem to catch a break. Her her latest date with Detective Tom Fielding gets […]

Review of The Red Dahlia by Lynda LaPlante

I’ve gone and done it again. Read the second book in a series without reading the first before hand. While I do plan on making up for that, I found the Anna Travis mystery, The Red Dahlia,to be very entertaining. In London, the body of a woman has been found lying in a field, naked […]