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British Authors
Ann Ronald

Three Mysteries by Frances Brody

Another cozy British mystery, another spunky heroine, another assemblage of novels to follow contentedly for years. Frances Brody has added another detective series to my

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Mystery
Ann Ronald

The Other Woman

THE OTHER WOMAN Emblazoned across the cover of Sandie Jones’ novel, The Other Woman, are words foreshadowing its amazing plot: “fiendishly clever with a twist

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Mystery
Ann Ronald

Mystery Bound Game Wardens

Stone Cold by C. J. Box and The Precipice by Paul Doiron As I was reading and reviewing Paul Doiron’s first four Mike Bowditch mysteries

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Among Thieves

“Among Thieves?” Shouldn’t it be “Honor Among Thieves?” Nope, author John Clarkson got it right; there is no honor among the thieves and other lowlifes

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Art
Neal Ferguson

The Long Way Home

Inspector Armand Gamache has now retired, but I can only hope that this is not his last detecting adventure.  He has entertained and beguiled me

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Three from G. M. Malliet

Many readers adore cozy English village mysteries. From Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple stories to Louise Penny’s Inspector Gamache intrigues (Canadian, and twenty-first century, but still

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Mystery
Ann Ronald

A Trick of the Light

If I were asked to name my favorite murder mystery writer of today, I think I’d choose Louise Penny. Elizabeth George would be a close

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Historical Fiction
Ann Ronald

A Single Spy

A SINGLE SPY Writing A Single Spy, William Christie turns a historical footnote into a complicated novel of international intrigue.  That footnote, found in Professor

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