Review — Read and Gone

Small town librarian Carrie Singleton’s father Jim shows up in her life again after years of being on the lam, which she discovers when she finds him breaking into her home in the dead of night…with a jewel theft hanging over his head. When he asks her to help him...

Review — Burning Ridge

When K-9 officer Mattie Cobb and her canine partner Robo track down a body on Colorado’s Redstone Ridge they have no idea they are in the cross-hairs of a vicious murderer. As Mattie and her friends and colleagues work a crime scene accessible only by horseback, the...

Review — Rush

This book is set during sorority Rush Week at Ole Miss (The University of Mississippi) in modern day Oxford, Mississippi. It’s the story of several women, both young and more mature, finding their paths and their voices. It contrasts the stories of women who have...

Review — A Souffle of Suspicion

It’s Crush Week in wine country and there are plenty of tourists in town to visit the local vineyards and enjoy the festivities around the annual grape pressing. To add to the hectic atmosphere, restaurateur Mimi Rousseau, owner of both Bistro and Maison Rousseau, is...

Review – Dear Mrs. Bird

Emmeline Lake of London, England, dreams of being a War Correspondent during World War II. When she spots an ad in the London Evening Chronicle, she applies and gets the job. She believes she’s on her way, until she discovers she’s just the latest typist for advice...

Review — The Fashion Designer

In this lovely sequel to The Pattern Artist, readers get to follow along once again as Annie Wood pursues her American dream in 1912 New York City. Newly married to Sean Culver and with the chance to create her own fashion line of affordable ready-to-wear women’s...