Mar 072016

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week.  It’s a great post to organize yourself. It’s an opportunity to visit and comment, and er… add to that ever growing TBR pile!

Happy Monday Everyone!! 

Let’s Start by announcing our winner – My grandson picked #7 – That’s Nancy!! Watch your email for your gift card!

I hope you all had a great week and read some wonderful stories. Be sure to share what you are reading in the comments. My wish list grows because of all the books you share. 

Here’s what I read and what I have planned for this week.


Fool Me Once

Release Date – March 22, 2015
Review will be up tomorrow! 

A Churn for the Worse: An Amish Mystery

Release Date – March 1, 2016
I will feature this book this week on Cozy Wednesday!

And Then There Were Nuns: League of Literary Ladies

Release Date – March 1, 2016
Review will be up Thursday!

I also read an advance copy of a new book from a cozy author going into the suspense/thriller genre. I will be able to share more with you soon!


Death By Blue Water (A Hayden Kent Mystery Book 1)

Release Date – November 11, 2014
My Flashback Friday Read

No Grey Areas: The Inside Story of the Largest Point Shaving Scandal in History and the Consequences Thereafter

Release Date – January 14, 2016
Something a little different for review.

Kernel of Truth: A Popcorn Shop Mystery

Release Date – March 1, 2016

Death By Sunken Treasure (A Hayden Kent Mystery Book 2)

Release Date – March 22, 2016
The Great Escapes Book Tour starts March 16 and stops here March 22.


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  4 Responses to “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? 2016 Week #10”

  1. What was I reading this past week? I challenged my self to read the nominees for the Agatha Awards which will be given to cosies at the Malice Domestic Conference in Bethesda, MD April 30, 2016. Since I am trying to write a children’s mystery myself, I started with the category of children’s and YA mysteries. My favorites are two different age groups: “Woof” by Spencer Quinn will appeal to middle grade readers with a narrator named Bowser. Birdie adopts him and their adventures together and the interesting characters they meet make this book a winner for me. I am anxious to see if my dog-loving grandsons agree with me. Blue Balliett concludes her series of art mysteries set in Chicago with “Pieces and Players.” I loved the diversity and realistic children who are helping adults to solve a crime similar to the Gardner art heist in Boston. Balliett has complicated, intriguing plots that will draw in math and art students in the middle grades. The characters are now 13 so their personal problems add to the plot and themes. I will be interested to hear what other readers of all ages think of the list of nominees.

  2. I finished The Patron Murders by Edwin Wilson – a mystery. Not one I would have normally selected for myself, but it was one I read for a tour and I enjoyed it. (3.5 stars) Right now I’m reading Deadly Scandal by Kate Parker and our book club book, I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella~it’s a chick lit so a different read than I would pick up.

  3. I’m working on Scents and Sensibility by SPencer Quinn and The Deavys by Alan Dean Foster.

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