Book Review for NetGalley – Accessories to Die For by Paula Paul

 Accessories to Die For Good old-fashioned murder lurks behind the Old World charm of Santa Fe, New Mexico. And nobody knows that better than former attorney turned consignment-shop owner—and part-time amateur sleuth—Irene Seligman. When New York assistant DA Irene Seligman moved home to take care of her demanding mother, Adelle, she thought she was leaving … More Book Review for NetGalley – Accessories to Die For by Paula Paul

Book Review for NetGalley – Much Ado About Murder by Elizabeth J. Duncan

Costume designer Charlotte Fairfax has another murder on her hands as she prepares for the latest performance of the Catskills Shakespeare Theater Company, Much Ado About Nothing. The company’s steady growth enables them to cast star British actress Audrey Ashley, who arrives on scene to play the lead role of Beatrice. But things immediately get more … More Book Review for NetGalley – Much Ado About Murder by Elizabeth J. Duncan

Book Review for NetGalley – A-List by D.P.Lyle

Product details Format Hardback | 320 pages Dimensions 165.1 x 233.68mm Publication date 12 Dec 2017 Publisher Oceanview Publishing Publication City/Country United States Language English ISBN10 1608092704 ISBN13 9781608092703 __________________________ Nothing is easy in The Big Easy PI Jake Longly and Nicole Jamison head to New Orleans at the behest of Nicole’s uncle, movie producer Charles Balfour, when his megastar, A-list actor Kirk Ford, … More Book Review for NetGalley – A-List by D.P.Lyle

Death By Scarf (And Other Tragedies): An Interview with Amelia Gray

Originally posted on Chicago Review of Books:
Isadora Duncan lived an extraordinary life. A dancer of international acclaim, Isadora’s distinct artistic philosophy, tumultuous romantic relationships, and peculiar death make her an interesting, though little remembered, 20th century icon. She is the title figure of Amelia Gray‘s new novel, Isadora, which is—to say the least—not your…

V Day

Dear Diary, For a Politics major I am very much unpolitical, non-political, out-of politics person. I respect the values I grew up with. Some of them will never change or sway, no matter what I hear or read in mass media nowdays. V DAY – 9th May 1945 – we used to celebrate, we celebrate … More V Day

My Cat Did It…

Dear Diary, Just when I was going to sit down and do quite a bit of soul searching and write a post on teenage suicide and how, as a parent, one has to deal with it (explain to your own teenage child how it happens, why and how to deal with the aftermath), my new … More My Cat Did It…