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Book Review: Juliet Blackwell’s “Witchcraft Mystery” Series

Posted by Nichole on May 23, 2016 in Book Reviews, Mystery, Paranormal |

In case you haven’t figured it out, I will often find an author I like and then read just about every dang thing they write.  Juliet Blackwell is an author I like.  And on my list of books I’ve read and yet to review are at least three of her Witchcraft Mystery series: In a […]

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Book Review: “A Haunting Dream”

Posted by Nichole on July 14, 2014 in Book Reviews, Mystery, Paranormal |

I am a huge fan of Joyce and Jim Lavene and all their various series.  Well, at least the ones I’m familiar with anyway. A Haunting Dream is part of the MIssing Pieces series and is set in the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  In this series, Dae O’Donnell has a gift for finding lost […]

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Book Review: “Merciless”

Posted by Nichole on February 10, 2014 in Book Reviews, FanGirl, Mystery |

Have you ever met someone who was so amazing that you were a little in awe of them right from the start?  And  then you find out that person is just as nice as can be?  And then you find out that person is where you want to be in life? That’s my experience with […]

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Book Review: “The Sayers Swindle”

Posted by Nichole on January 7, 2014 in Book Reviews, Mystery |

I have a few confessions to make.  First, and foremost, I’ve never read Dorothy Sayers.  Nothing.  I’ve tried a few times to find her mysteries at the library, or via the online catalog for my library, and have come up empty handed. Now that we got that out of the way, I will also admit […]

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Book Review: A Deadwood Mystery series

Posted by Nichole on December 2, 2013 in Book Reviews, Mystery, Paranormal |

Mysteries.  Paranormal stuff.  Locations I know. Three things I really enjoy. And when I can get all three in a well-written series, I’m all over it! Author Ann Charles uses Deadwood, South Dakota, as the backdrop for her Deadwood Mystery series. The series follows single mother Violet Parker as she and her children move in […]

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Book Review: “The Christie Curse”

Posted by Nichole on October 14, 2013 in Book Reviews, Mystery |

Imagine moving back to your hometown after a nasty break up to look for a job. You can’t rely on your family since they prefer a more…interesting life than the traditional 9 to 5 that you’re looking for. Now what if your Master’s Degree was in English and you didn’t want to teach? Meet Jordan […]

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Book Review: Magical Bakery Mystery Series

Posted by Nichole on August 25, 2013 in Book Reviews, Mystery, Paranormal |

What if you were a professional baker?  What if you decided to move to one of the oldest and (reportedly) most haunted cities in America to help your favorite aunt and uncle start a bakery?  What if you’re a single woman who is attracted to two very different men? All of that would probably be […]

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Book Review: “Murder on the House”

Posted by Nichole on January 27, 2013 in Book Reviews, Mystery, Paranormal |

I just finished number three of the Haunted Home Renovation Series, and I wasn’t disappointed.  Murder on the House features construction general contractor Mel Turner, who is coming to terms with her ability to communicate with the dead.    Of course, since she was recently “outed” in the Haunted House Quarterly, Mel doesn’t have much choice. […]

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Book Review: “Bruja Brouhaha”

Posted by Nichole on January 21, 2013 in Book Reviews, Mystery, Paranormal |

Around this time last year I wrote up a review for Who Do, Voodoo?, the first in a series by Rochelle Staab.  I was finally able to pick up the second, Bruja Brouhaha, and am glad I did. As the book opens, Liz Cooper and her boyfriend, Nick Garfield, are celebrating the 60th wedding anniversary […]

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Book Review: “Knit One, Kill Two”

Posted by Nichole on January 7, 2013 in Book Reviews, Mystery |

My first finished read of 2013 and I’m actually on the ball as far as posting a review.  I’m just as shocked as you are. Knit One, Kill Two by Maggie Sefton has been in my “To-Read” pile for a long time.  Although it lacked the paranormal aspect common in many of the books I […]

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