A Midsummer Night’s Scheme – Harper Kincaid

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"When a gal's treasured childhood home of Vienna, Virginia, has two murders in six months, it makes her realise there really is no place like home - and maybe that's no longer a good thing." We first met Quinn Caine in To Kill a Mocking Girl, as she returns to her home town to work as … Continue reading A Midsummer Night’s Scheme – Harper Kincaid

Stacking the Shelves – February 2023

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The month started with an ARC approval on the 1st, promising good things for February 😉 ARCs I'm going to call this a really nice haul, and manageable - how unlike me 😉 Juliet E McKenna's The Cleaving is a 'feminist retelling of the Arthurian legends', which promises to be high on historical detail giving characters … Continue reading Stacking the Shelves – February 2023

The Game is a Footnote – Vicki Delany

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"Despite being the oldest house in West London, Massachusetts, Scarlet House has led a quiet, peaceful existence." When strange things start to happen at a historical re-enactment house, the trustees ask local sleuth, Gemma Doyle, if she'll look into it for them. Bookshop owner and definitely not consulting detective Gemma is reluctant, but thinks it'll … Continue reading The Game is a Footnote – Vicki Delany