The Moor by Laurie R. King (Mary Russell #4)

At the end of October, I finished my comforting R.I.P. XIV reading with The Moor by Laurie R. King, the fourth Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes mystery. While each book is a self-contained mystery, there is the continuing character arc for Mary running through them all, therefore I recommend checking out the first book,The Beekeepers … Continue reading The Moor by Laurie R. King (Mary Russell #4)

Her Kind by Niamh Boyce

Back in April, I was very lucky to be offered a review copy of the newly released, historical fiction, Her Kind by new-to-me author, Niamh Boyce. However, knowing it was about a witch trial, I decided to save it for the darker, cooler days of autumn, when I thought it would make the perfect read. … Continue reading Her Kind by Niamh Boyce

The Moonspinners by Mary Stewart

My first read for October was the modern, suspense classic The Moonspinners by Mary Stewart, the seventh of Stewart's romantic, suspense novels, published in 1962, but the third I have read; which helped me escape the miserable weather of the UK to the sun-drenched Mediterranean. Where we are introduced to the young Englishwoman, Nicola Ferris, a … Continue reading The Moonspinners by Mary Stewart

Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death by M. C. Beaton

In September, I continued my comforting R.I.P. XIV reading with Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death by M. C. Beaton, the seventh book in Beaton’s long-running, cosy-crime series. While each book is a self-contained mystery, there is the continuing character arc for Agatha running through them all, therefore I recommend checking out the first … Continue reading Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death by M. C. Beaton