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"Engrossing procedural…gorgeous Greek life”—Library Journal, STARRED REVIEW

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A lottery winner uses her good fortune to save a local pet sanctuary, but when a body is discovered on the property, she just might be in the doghouse

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A dashing suitor must decide if love and marriage are mutually exclusive

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These members of the peerage are young, beautiful and full of trouble... the sort that might just get a lord or lady ruined.

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In a scorching novel of obsession and revenge, Mary Burton ignites fear in the heart of a woman targeted by a killer who knows her secrets.

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A mountain search-and-rescue mission turns into a fight for their lives.

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When he sets out to regain his family’s heritage, he never expects to lose his heart.


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Laying Bones
by Reavis Z. Wortham
"A totally satisfying return home and a long-overdue reunion with the Parkers of Lamar County, TX!"
Posted April 22, 2021

It's January 1969, and northeast Texas was experiencing record cold temperatures and snowfall. However, the new Starlite Bar, located just south of where the Red River had lately changed its course, was the hottest destination in the area for those looking for fun and excitement. It stood on Read more...

Dark Sky
by C.J. Box
"Dark Sky may be Joe’s greatest adventure yet!"
Posted April 8, 2021


On orders from the governor, Joe Pickett leads a Silicon Valley tech billionaire and creator of the wildly popular social media app, ConFab, up into the Big Horn Mountains to hunt elk. Steven “Steve-2” Price spent the months of the virus pandemic Read more...

The Lost Village
by Camilla Sten
"A fabulously eerie tale that kept me turning pages to find out what would happen next!"
Posted April 8, 2021

On August 19, 1959, the population of the village of Silvertjarn, Sweden, 887 people, disappeared without a trace. This was initially discovered when Margareta Kullman, heavily pregnant with her first child, hadn’t heard from her family there in over a month, had sent her worried husband to Read more...

The Chelsea Girls
by Fiona Davis
"An absorbing tale of two friends launching a play on Broadway during the Red Scare of the 1950s."
Posted February 11, 2021

Hazel Ripley met Maxine Mead in Naples, Italy, when she joined a USO tour during what was to be the final days of WWII and the war in Europe. Although both were actresses, they were complete opposites and did not 'click' at first. However, through shared experiences, they developed Read more...

Don't Look for Me
by Wendy Walker
"A first-class thriller and a tragic and complex mystery..."
Posted January 28, 2021

It was an accident. Molly Clarke, hurrying home from work to see why her teenage daughter, Nicole, wasn’t answering the phone, rounded the blind corner by her home when her youngest, Annie, burst out into the street directly in her path. She’d done all she Read more...

Hope, Faith, and a Corpse
by Laura Jensen Walker
"Welcome to Apple Springs, a small town with quirky residents and big-time secrets!"
Posted January 11, 2021

Naturally, the new associate pastor, Hope Taylor, wants her new position at Faith Chapel Episcopal Church to go well. As the congregation’s first female priest (and there was some hearty dissension over her selection), she’s a bit nervous and wants to make a very good Read more...

Once Two Sisters
by Sarah Warburton
"Tension-filled, a definite page-turner!"
Posted December 15, 2020

On the surface, it appeared Lizzie McPhee had a perfect life, but it was all based on a lie. Unbeknownst to her husband, Andrew, or her beautiful step-daughter, Emma, Lizzie’s name was really Zoe Hallett, and she was hiding from her past as the sister of Read more...

Silent Bite
by David Rosenfelt
"It's Christmas and friendship leads Andy to take on one of the toughest cases of his career!"
Posted November 19, 2020

Audiobook, Narrator: Grover Gardner

After agreeing to go on a family cruise to kick off the holiday festivities, Andy Carpenter is elated to get his feet back on dry land and go home. He missed watching sports, enjoying an evening at Charlie’s Sports Read more...

After All I've Done
by Mina Hardy
"I never saw the final revelation coming. It was stunning."
Posted November 5, 2020

One evening Diana Sparrow hits a deer while driving, totaling her beloved cherry-red Camaro, and breaking both her collarbones in the process. When she awakens in the hospital after surgery, she realizes she cannot remember the previous couple of months of her life and is diagnosed with short Read more...

Lucky's Beach
by Shelley Noble
"The sea, sun, sand, and second chances!"
Posted October 22, 2020

Summer had finally arrived, and "Teacher of the Year," Julie Barlow, had never been so glad because she was done. Something just wasn’t right in her heart about her future as a teacher. She’d tried to stave off her uncertainty and restlessness from doing something Read more...

The Tinderbox
by Lou Diamond Phillips
"With something for all, THE TINDERBOX is an exciting whirlwind of a fantasy!"
Posted October 22, 2020

Due to the deep tunnels burrowed through its core, the planet split into two pieces and became caught in a perpetual orbit of each other. But because there was ample warning of the impending schism, most of the populace was evacuated to large Astral Repatriation Communities (ARCs) and sent Read more...

Dark August
by Katie Tallo
"A cunning and intricate tale creating a satisfying reading experience!"
Posted October 15, 2020

Augusta “Gus” Monet’s life is going nowhere. Orphaned at eight, she was sent to live with her distant and uninvolved invalid great-grandmother, Rose, who promptly relegated her to the care and concern of a boarding school and left to spend holidays and breaks there Read more...

Christmas Charms
by Teri Wilson
"A charming holiday tale of magic and second chances!"
Posted October 13, 2020

Ashley James is living the dream: an apartment in Manhattan, a great roommate, a job with potential at the world-renowned jewelry store, Windsor’s, and a boyfriend of three years standing that “gets her.” But an embarrassing misunderstanding with Jeremy on the eve of their Read more...

Dead Men Don't Lie
by Jackson Cain
"A gritty Western action-adventure story set in Old Mexico"
Posted October 5, 2020

With an unprovoked attack from Mexico on the Arizona Territory and, subsequently, their family’s ranch looming, siblings Rachel and Richard Ryan head south to Sinaloa to determine President Diaz’s military strength and plans. But as they make their way home after a disappointing trip, Richard Read more...

by John Rector
"Broken is an exciting yet moody story that kept me turning page after page!"
Posted October 3, 2020

Lilly James had left her home and twin sister, Magnolia, to start a new life far away in Beaumont Cove with her boyfriend/now husband, Mike. It had not been a happy leave-taking; she and Maggie had had a horrible argument about Mike and had not spoken since Read more...

The Searcher
by Tana French
"Riveting from start to finish!"
Posted October 1, 2020

By the time Cal Hooper retired from his job with the Chicago PD to spend quality time with his wife, it was too late. Donna had found someone else to share her interests and her life, and Cal’s daughter was grown and had her own life, so Read more...

Haunted Homicide
by Lucy Ness
"Fresh and sassy, Haunted Homicide is a spirited debut to this new cozy mystery series!"
Posted September 24, 2020

Avery Morgan was excited and enthusiastic about starting her new job as the business manager of the historic yet languishing women’s club in Portage Path, Ohio. The beautiful old home that houses the Portage Path Women’s Club and her new apartment is a dream; however Read more...

The Orphan of Cemetery Hill
by Hester Fox
"Eerie and evocative!"
Posted September 24, 2020

When the two young sisters, Alice (12) and Tabby (7), fled to Boston to escape their cruel aunt and uncle, they became separated when Alice left Tabby to wait for her on a church doorstep and never returned. As her wait lengthened, she got scared when a strange man Read more...

Apocalypse Yesterday
by Brock Adams
"The zombies are gone but can life ever really be the same?"
Posted September 15, 2020

When the zombie outbreak reached Spanish Shanty, Florida, Rip and his best friend, Rodney, and their friend from their favorite bar, Mo, were ready to defend themselves and those they loved. Discovering the zombies didn’t like water and wouldn’t walk through it, they and others Read more...

Murder at Hotel 1911
by Audrey Keown
"The atmospheric debut of a new mystery series!"
Posted September 8, 2020

Ivy Nichols works as a desk clerk at Hotel 1911, a historic family mansion restored into a luxurious boutique hotel themed to emulate the early 1900s. Unbeknownst to the owner, the home once belonged to Ivy’s mother’s family who decades previously had fallen into financial Read more...

Karen Siddall


Before retiring in 2019, I worked for over 40 years in the public sector as an educator, speaker, and researcher in criminal justice, environmental education, fire protection, groundwater, and water conservation. I live in North-Central Texas (Grand Prairie) with my husband, Jim; Princess, Ginger, and Smoky (the cats); and two basset hounds - Peaches and Stoli. I enjoy reading various genres, including mysteries, SciFi, contemporary and paranormal romance, and thrillers, but I have a real weakness for cozies, westerns, dystopian tales, and post-apocalyptic fiction. I just like to read, and I like to connect other readers with books that they might enjoy. I write a couple of blogs about books I’ve read and participate annually in the Ultimate PopSugar Reading Challenge, Goodreads Personal Reading Challenge, Book Riot’s Read Harder Challenge, and The Celebrity Readers’ Finishing the Series Challenge. All those reading prompts keep me motivated to read some of the many books I’ve bought over the years.

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