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“Kelly Armstrong's research into Scotland was superb! Although I have never read the first book in the series, which introduces the time-traveling detective Mallory Atkinson, The Poisoner's Ring was an enjoyable mystery read. The book includes a bit of mystery, historical fiction, fantasy, and romance. A great light read that kept me entertained. ”Linda • Mind Chimes Bookshop
“Journey to the McMasters Conservatory, where you will meet the diabolical students, staff, and faculty of an institution whose only purpose is to prepare you to murder your employer. While this may seem immoral, McMasters has rules to ensure the 'elimination' of your 'target' is based on moral reasoning. If your 'thesis' is accepted and well-developed, you can be sure to get a passing grade!...You'll love the characters, their stories, and the constant competition among students looking to...”Linda • Mind Chimes Bookshop
“I don't read many books set in the present, but I enjoyed the cozy mystery format of this novel, which follows the story of Rayne McGrath, who unwillingly inherits an Irish castle and the village's responsibility around it. Since she's used to the fast-past world of LA and brand names, adjusting and accepting a much slower pace of life sans upscale shopping and basic internet takes her a while. Much of my reading takes place nightly before bed, and I thoroughly looked forward to listening to...”Linda • Mind Chimes Bookshop
“Lola Jaye's heart-rending story thoughtfully explores the lives of two children from two eras who experience emotional trauma at a young age. I thoroughly enjoyed learning about Celestine and Lowra's internal struggle and their resilience in the face of such difficult issues. Jay's novel encourages readers to understand the plights of those who struggle while also encouraging us to revisit our own traumas in hopes of healing. ”Linda • Mind Chimes Bookshop
“I stayed up late 3 nights to finish Jacqueline Holland's debut novel, The God of Endings. I'd never pictured a vampire story that started in the United States in the 1820s - it made for a unique plot as opposed to a pure Eastern European origin story...The prose is simply lovely. I enjoyed Holland's use of imagery and characterization to develop a gothic world that an unwilling vampire is forced to move through between her "birth" and the present. Saskia Maarleveld's voice highlights the...”Linda • Mind Chimes Bookshop
“Atkinson's Shrines of Gaiety book is a Dickensian exploration of post-war London. The Thames spits out bloated and puncture-filled bodies daily, while a few blocks away the wealthy party in Nellie Coker's ostentatious clubs without a care in the world. Coker and her family are the wheels upon which the story revolves. She and her children offer glimpses into Atkinson's well-researched reality of the era. However, I most enjoyed the perspectives of three outsiders from York, two of whom are...”Linda • Mind Chimes Bookshop
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