Dec 202012
 

midwinters eve (1)

Christmas is right around the corner and the snow is starting to fall as I type this. We are expecting a good snowfall this week and that should make for a White Christmas in Wisconsin. I have three choices for you today as I clean up my shelf a bit.

Escape #1

The Book of Sylvia

London streetwalker Sylvia Smith is under suspicion for abetting a robbery. She doesn’t know where to turn. Frightened and alone, she ends up at St. Alban’s Church. The officiant, Father Christopher is going through some turmoil of his own. He is filled with self doubt and he tries to resurrect his dying church.

On odd friendship forms and they work to help each other. He helps her track down a clue so she can find and return the stolen money. She brings him out of shell to be more outgoing in his sermons and with his parishioners. Sylvia is walking a tightrope because as she guides the priest he seems to getting farther away from his church instead of closer.

My Review

Escape #2

The Wedding Shawl: A Seaside Knitters Mystery

Izzy is getting married and all her friends are getting together to knit her a beautiful wedding shawl. Everyone contributing their knitting talents to one wonderful project. What a treasured gift!!!

Oh yes, there is mystery too, as the hair stylist for the wedding participants disappears and later is found dead. This lands the Seaside Knitters in the middle of another murder investigation. But these ladies can handle it, they will finish the shawl and solve the crime to get the towns focus back on wedding bells instead of jail cells.

My Review

Escape #3

The Anatomist’s Wife (A Lady Darby Mystery)

Scotland, 1830. Following the death of her husband, Lady Darby has taken refuge at her sister’s estate, finding solace in her passion for painting. But when her hosts throw a house party for the cream of London society, Kiera is unable to hide from the ire of those who believe her to be as unnatural as her husband, an anatomist who used her artistic talents to suit his own macabre purposes.

Kiera wants to put her past aside, but when one of the house guests is murdered, her brother-in-law asks her to utilize her knowledge of human anatomy to aid the insufferable Sebastian Gage–a fellow guest with some experience as an inquiry agent. While Gage is clearly more competent than she first assumed, Kiera isn’t about to let her guard down as accusations and rumors swirl.

When Kiera and Gage’s search leads them to even more gruesome discoveries, a series of disturbing notes urges Lady Darby to give up the inquiry. But Kiera is determined to both protect her family and prove her innocence, even as she risks becoming the next victim…

My Review

All Escapes Are For U.S. and Canadian Residents

Winners will be notified via email and will be posted in the sidebar of this blog.

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  9 Responses to “3rd Annual Mid-Winters Eve Blog Hop”

  1. I have read Escapes #2 and #3 and loved them both! I will enter for #1. Dee

  2. #1 and #3 sound really good. I would love to win either 🙂

    josiehink122026(at)gmail(dot)com

  3. #3 sounds really intriguing, and so does #1.

    skizzles_22_hju@yahoo.com

  4. love to win Escape 1,2, & 3.

  5. I entered Escape 1& 2.

  6. 1 & 2 would love to read

  7. would love to read #2 thanks for the chance to win

  8. Well, I am really excited about this!

  9. Thank you for the chance to win !1

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