It's probably not wise to start a new book
the latest book, especially when it's the 24th book in
the series. However, that's my special talent, and
sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't Read more...
Kelley Armstrong's CITY OF THE LOST was a book did not
really live up to my expectations. I hoped for a more
thrilling story. However, that didn't mean that I didn't
like the book, but after waiting a year to read it and
really looking forward to Read more...
It's the year 1946 and Captain R. J. MacCready is
assigned to a new case. He's off to the Himalayas with a
team to investigate some newly found mammoth bones. But,
this is just a cover story. What he's really doing is
investigating an ancient codex that Read more...
Urban Fantasy is a favorite genre of mine and the
Slim series felt like just the series for
me. Now, this is book nine and perhaps it's not wise to
start a series with a book so far Read more...
THE WAGES OF SIN is a historical fiction that has just
the right ingredients for me. We have a strong heroine
with a past that haunts her, a murder mystery and just
the right amount of romance, which for me is pretty
little. I love it when you can feel Read more...
The gorgeous cover of THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN
FLORANCE caught my eyes a couple of months ago and the
book's description about the muse of Botticelli who
inspired him to paint The Birth of Venus sounded very
intriguing. I love reading historical fiction about real
people and I Read more...
KNIFE CREEK is book eight in the Mike
series and together with his
girlfriend Stacey, Mike is tasked with shooting some wild
boars that are
tearing up the forest and the farms. But, they make an
awful Read more...
As a big fan of historical mystery books have I been
curious about the Lady
Montfort Mystery series.
So, when I got the chance to read the third book in the
series, A DEATH BY ANY OTHER NAME Read more...
I have to admit that I was actually a bit stunned on how
brutal this book turned out to be. I was hopeful that it
would not be too romanticized, but I had not expected to
be almost traumatized by it.
The story starts off with Dr. Catherine Bennett having Read more...
I have to admit that I'm quite besotted with this cover.
I like how different it is, the crisscrossing of colorful
squares over the image of the girl and I love the
combination of the colors. Now, you should not choose a
book just because of the cover, but Read more...
Wow, what a book. I have read every single one of the
books in the Shetland
series, but COLD EARTH, book
seven, is my favorite so far. The story is intriguing and
perplexing and I especially enjoyed the Read more...
THE DASTARDLY MISS LIZZIE is book three in the
series. For those of you that are
unfamiliar with this series the books are about Dr. Eliza
Jekyll/Miss Lizzie Hyde. Yes, they are the same person Read more...
THE DEVIL CREPT IN is a creepy story about a young boy
who discovers that there is something or someone hiding
out in the woods in a rundown house. Or is it really so?
Stevie Clark has been plagued with awful visions for
years, seeing things that aren't there Read more...
A BRIDGE ACROSS THE OCEAN by Susan Meissner is a wartime
about two women who have both gone through much during
the war and are going to America on RMS Queen Mary as war
brides. Simone Deveraux lost her father and brother who
both got shot for being Read more...
As a long time fan of Ann Cleeves Shetland series
does it feel a bit odd to admit that it has taken me this
long time to read a book from her Vera Stanhope
series. Especially since I have seen the TV series and
like it Read more...
WINTERSONG by S. Jae-Jones is a book I have wanted to read
first time I laid eyes on the cover and read the blurb.
Yes, even, despite the fact that it's young adult, a
genre that I don't often read, did I feel the need Read more...
My name is Magdalena and I love to
read crime, mystery, thriller, horror,
women's fiction, literary fiction,
history, sci-fi, fantasy, historical,
biographical, non-fiction and graphic
novels. My book blog is A Bookaholic