Netgalley Review + Novella: Chili Cauldron Curse

Hello friends, Chili Cauldron Curse by Lynn Cahoon is a delightful novella of witchiness, cozy murder mystery, and cooking all wrapped up in one. I don’t believe that I’ve read anything by this author before, but a short mystery from Kensington Publishers sounded like just the thing to read. The story takes place with a … Continue reading Netgalley Review + Novella: Chili Cauldron Curse

Book Review: The Time for Murder is Meow

Title: The Time for Murder is Meow Author: T.C. LoTempio Series: Book 1 Genre: Cozy Mystery Publisher: Midnight Ink Page Count: ? Type of Book: Kindle Ebook Received: Netgalley Rated: 3/5 stars Review Word Count: 300 Notes: ~*~ This was a quick enough read for me, read over the space of a day and a … Continue reading Book Review: The Time for Murder is Meow

Netgalley Review: Death Comes to Dartmoor

Title: Death Comes to Dartmoor Author: Vivian Conroy Series: Book 2 of the Merriweather and Royston Mysteries Genre: Mystery, Cozy, Thriller Publisher: Crooked Lane Books Page Count: 400 Type of Book: Netgalley Read, Kindle Ebook Received: Netgalley Rated: 4/5 stars Review Word Count: 500 Notes: Second in a series, but can be read as a … Continue reading Netgalley Review: Death Comes to Dartmoor

Netgalley Review: Penne Dreadful

Title: Penne Dreadful Author: Catherine Burns Series: Book 1 of the Italian Chef Mystery Series Genre: Mystery, Thriller Page Count: 500 Publisher: Sourcebooks Type of Book: Netgalley Read, Kindle Ebook Received: Netgalley Rated: 5/5 stars Review Word Count: Notes: A wonderful start to a new mystery series that will surely leave readers hungry for more! … Continue reading Netgalley Review: Penne Dreadful

Netgalley Review: A Spell for Murder

Title: A Spell for Murder Author: Clea Simmon Series: book 1 Genre: Mystery (Cozy) Publisher: Polis Books Page Count: 400 Type of Book: Netgalley ARC, Kindle Ebook Received: Netgalley Rated: 5/5 stars This is a cozy mystery book that’s seemingly told from the cats point of view. Need I say more? Well, apparently I must … Continue reading Netgalley Review: A Spell for Murder