Category Archives: Series

Game of Mirrors by Andrea Camilleri

A couple of years ago I stumbled onto this wonderful series thanks to my library’s audiobook collection. It was one of those, “Come on Overdrive, just have something good available now. I need a book for the drive tomorrow” moments. … Continue reading

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The Paris Homicide Series by Frédérique Molay

  I love the gritty psychologically driven Scandinavian crime novels and they led me to reach out for a broader view of European Crime.  Let me tell you, it isn’t all gritty, but that doesn’t mean you have Ms. Marple … Continue reading

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The Doll by Taylor Stevens

The Doll by Taylor Stevens (Book 3 in the Vanessa Michael Monroe series) I spend quite a bit of time on the Amazon Kindle forums helping people out with their issues and often that means looking at a book’s product … Continue reading

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A New Birth of Freedom: The Translator by Robert G. Pielke

This is the second book in the wonderfully fun trilogy so be sure to check out my review for A New Birth of Freedom: The Visitor. Time travel is messy when you really start to ponder it. You can’t change … Continue reading

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The Dark Monk by Oliver Pötzsch

Last year, I really enjoyed Pötzsch’s first book in this series, The Hangman’s Daughter. The setting was interesting, Germany in 1660. The characters were different; how many Hangmen have you ever read about? The mystery of the missing children, while … Continue reading

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