Mar 122018
 

Welcome to My Reading Itinerary Monday!

Where are your books taking you this week?

Off to California, South Carolina & Pennsylvania this week! 

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

Escapes Completed

Who Moved My Goat Cheese? (A Farm-to-Fork Mystery)
Release Date – March 6, 2018
Setting – Idaho
Review will be up tomorrow!


I Know What You Bid Last Summer (A Sarah W. Garage Sale Mystery)
Release Date – February 27, 2018
Setting – Massachusetts
I will feature this book on Cozy Wednesday this week.


A Treasure to Die For (A Seaside Cove Bed & Breakfast Mystery)
Release Date – September 21, 2017
Setting – California
My Flashback Friday Read This Week!


Marinating in Murder (A Dinner Club Mystery)
Release Date – March 6, 2018
Setting – Vermont
Review will be up Saturday! 

Current Escape

Hummus and Homicide (A Kebab Kitchen Mystery)
Release Date – February 27, 2018
Setting – New Jersey
For Review

Scheduled Escapes


Clues in the Sand (A Seaside Cove Bed & Breakfast Mystery)
Release Date – March 15, 2018
Setting – California
Terry Ambrose will be my guest next week for Cozy Wednesday!


Playing With Bonbon Fire: A Southern Chocolate Shop Mystery
Release Date – March 13, 2018
Setting – South Carolina
The Great Escapes Tour stops here March 22!


Uneasy Prey (A Zoe Chambers Mystery)
Release Date – March 27, 2018
Setting – Pennsylvania
The Great Escapes Tour stops here March 23!

Click Here To See All My Current Giveaways!!

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

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

  2 Responses to “My Reading Itinerary Monday! – Week #11 2018 – California, South Carolina & Pennsylvania”

  1. I truly enjoy your blogs, your recommendations, and your tours!

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