Hello! How are y'all on the fine day? Okay, since I'm writing this Friday night, I'm only guessing that it'll be a fine day. Just roll with it.
I did pick up a few new ebooks this week, which was good because I was getting low. So, now I have a suspense, a cozy mystery, an urban fantasy, a science fiction, and a crime noir. Yay.
24) Witchy Reservations by Stephanie Damore (4/22/21) - Paranormal Mystery* - 5 stars. New to me, but not underappreciated. Free of the Book Gorilla newsletter.
Review: "Fun story! I really enjoyed the premise, the mystery, and the whodunnit. Plus the characters are awesome."
23) Space Murder by NL Haverstock (4/20/22) - SF Mystery* - 5 stars. New to me, but not underappreciated. Free off the Book Doggy newsletter.
Review: "I inhaled this book! It's full of twists and turns, action and adventure, thoroughly likable characters, an interesting premise, and an intriguing mystery. Loved it all, especially Liz and Pox."
Available in Audio.
22) The Golden Gate by Alistair MacLean (4/19/22) - Thriller - 5 stars. Neither new to me nor underappreciated. Picked up from a thrift store for 50c back in March 2021.
Review: "Excellent story. I do have to admit, though, that sometimes the details and explanations got a little tedious for me. I'm a plot driven reader, though, so your mileage may vary, which is why I didn't subtract any stars."
Available in Audio
4/21/22 - free - cozy mystery. I made it about halfway through this one before the MC, who was supposed to have this awesome background in crime, started doing things that were too stupid to live. And there didn't seem to be any real progressive in the clue department. Like four surreptitious suspect interviews in a row yielded nada. I kept thinking 'well, that was pointless' and so I gave up.
Currently reading... I finished that paranormal mystery at quarter to nine, and nine is my bedtime, so no time to start anything new.
What was on your reading list last week?