Body of Intuition

To say that Daniels’ first in a new mystery series starring an alternative healer was a bit of a disappointment is more then an understatement. Not only are the characters rather silly and the plotting reliant on more then one coincidence, Daniels is an author who I greatly enjoyed under another name. As Jacqueline Girdner,…

Visions of Sugar Plums

Romance authors have been writing short stories and novels with a Christmas theme for years, and lately mainstream authors have jumped on the bandwagon. Mary Higgins Clark has written a slim Christmas book for several years now. Last year, Jan Karon published The Mitford Snowmen and John Grisham released the wildly popular Skipping Christmas. This…

West of Bliss

Fans of Suzann Ledbetter’s Valhalla Springs series will no doubt be looking forward to her new offering, West of Bliss. While I found the premise and the characters cute, they were a little too cute at times. The story moves along fairly snappily but I was left feeling unfulfilled. When reviewer Ellen Micheletti reviewed East…

Maggie Needs An Alibi

Take some Chick Lit, add a touch of fantasy, throw in a mystery, a bit of satire and a tiny hint of romance. You have Maggie Needs An Alibi, a very funny book that looks like the beginning of a series. It’s one I plan to follow. Maggie Kelly was the author of mid-list romances….

Catch as Cat Can

I love cats. Okay, actually, I love animals in general, but I especially love my cat. Having never tried a mystery that was “co-authored by a cat” I decided to give Catch as Cat Can a try. The result was that while the mystery was merely okay, the style of the prose was a little…

Chasing Darkness

Reading this book so soon after reading the latest J.D. Robb was a bit of a revelation. I still stand by the B grade I gave to that one and the one I’m giving this one, but have to say that Chasing Darkness is worthy of a comparison that in some respects puts Danielle Girard…

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