Dec 252017
 

Welcome to My Reading Itinerary Monday!

Where are your books taking you this week?

This week I am heading coast to coast and across the pond.   

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

Escapes Completed


Mischief in Moonstone Series, Novella 1: When Rudolph was Kidnapped
Release Date – December 2,2016
Setting – Wisconsin
My last Flashback Friday Read for 2017 – My Review


Full Bodied Murder (Rose Avenue Wine Club Mystery)
Release Date – November 28, 2017
Setting – California
The review will be up tomorrow.


Comic Sans Murder (A Dangerous Type Mystery)
Release Date – December 5, 2017
Setting – Utah
Paige will be my guest for Cozy Wednesday this week!


Blackberry Pie Murder (A Hannah Swensen Mystery)
Release Date – February 25, 2014
Setting – Minnesota
Read Just for Fun – Trying to catch up on this series.

Scheduled Escapes


Top Secret Twenty-One (Stephanie Plum)
Release Date – July 17, 2014
Setting – New Jersey
Read Just for Fun – Trying to catch up on this series.


Ginger Snapped: A Spice Shop Mystery
Release Date – December 12, 2017
Setting – Georgia
Gail will be my guest for Cozy Wednesday on January 3.


Alpha Alpine: An Emma Lord Mystery
Release Date – December 12, 2017
Setting – Washington
For Review


Deadly Fashion (The Deadly Series)
Release Date – January 11, 2018
Setting – England
The Great Escapes Book Tour stops here next Friday!

I hope you are having a wonderful day with family! 

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Please Share Your Reading Itinerary in the Comments below!
Happy Reading!!
Dollycas

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