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Murder on The Transatlantic Express? The Transatlantic Conspiracy

The Transatlantic Conspiracy, by G.D. Falksen (June 2016, Soho Press), $18.99, ISBN: 978-1616954178

Recommended for ages 12+

It’s 1908, and 17 year-old Rosalind Wallace, daughter of a self-made millionaire industrialist, is vacationing in England, spending time with her best friend, Cecily de Vere. 334 more words

Tween Reads

Whodunit? Secrets, Lies, and Scandals

Secrets, Lies, and Scandals, by Amanda K. Morgan, (July 2016, Simon Pulse), $17.99, ISBN: 9781481449540

Recommended for ages 14+

A much-loathed teacher dies. Five students are in the room. 312 more words


Book Highlight: 'The Bottoms', Murder,Mahyem and racism abounds in 1930s America.


A man recounts the tale of serial killings that took place in his small village in 1930s America during the great depression when he was a kid. 200 more words

Murder Mystery

Review: A Murder in Time by Julie McElwain

1 Star

Kendra Donovan is a rising star in the FBI, her team has finally tracked down one of the FBI’s most wanted and she’s there for the takedown.  467 more words


Do you know the way through this labyrinth? No, I'm just a worm.

The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith

Considering how long it took me to finally read the first novel in the Cormoran Strike series, The Cuckoo’s Calling… 1,107 more words


Review of City of the Lost – Book 1 of the Casey Duncan series by Kelley Armstrong

I enjoy Kelley Armstrong’s writing – see my review of Omens here. So when I saw City of the Lost on the library shelves I scooped it up. 578 more words

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London Calling

The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith

I finally (finally) got around to reading the debut mystery novel of “Robert Galbraith”, now famously a pseudonym adopted by goddess divine J.K. 994 more words