Auntie M had the pleasure of meeting Frances Fyfield at St Hilda’s this August, where her riveting talk proved what I’d already suspected: here was an intelligent criminal lawyer who had a terrific knowledge of human character and was able to translate that into the highly complex and readable novels I’d always enjoyed. 767 more words
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The glorious natural beauty of England’s Lake District, which contains its largest lake, rising fells, and every kind of tree found in the UK, hardly seems to present typical murder landscape. 758 more words
Auntie M had the pleasure of meeting and talking with Elly Griffiths at Bouchercon, Albany.
The author of the Ruth Galloway series and winner of the Mary Higgins Clark award has a lively sense of humor and a warm personality. 605 more words
Auntie M is reading a ton of great series and wants to suggest you check out these continued winners.
Peter James’ Roy Grace novels have captivated readers in the millions and he continues his powerful series with… 2,077 more words
Don’t let the length of over seven hundred pages deter you from plunging into Elizabeth George’s new novel, Just One Evil Act. The eighteenth Inspector Lynley novel will leave readers knowing much more than a few Italian phrases once they’ve finished this tome. 417 more words