Tag Archives: mystery

(Book review) A Hidden Springs Mystery Series

Nothing ever happens in Hidden Springs, Kentucky! Or say they so until the body of a stranger turns up at the courthouse and following that, another dead body, this one a local that everyone knows.

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(Book Review) The Secret of Pembrooke Park

Abigail isn’t a normal woman in England in the 1800s. She is quite extraordinary. She is not portrayed as an individual who would turn heads on the street. She is unwed at a late age, she has no suitors, and she helps her father run their estates.

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(Book Review) Blessings in Disguise

Nancy Mehl weaves an intricate plotline in Blessings in Disguise, a mystery novel, set in an Amish community. Cheryl Cooper has recently taken over the Swiss Miss gift shop after her Aunt Mitzi has left for the mission field.

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(Book Review) The Sherlockian

In 1900, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has just killed off Sherlock Holmes in the short story “The Final Problem,” and the Great Detective’s many fans are outraged. After the arrival of a letter bomb in his mailbox, Conan Doyle goes to Scotland Yard for help and finds himself, along with his good friend Bram Stoker, embroiled in the murders of three young suffragists. Is it the work of a serial killer, and what is the connection to the attempts on his own life?

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