May 062019
 

Welcome to My Reading Itinerary Monday!

Where are your books taking you this week?

I am traveling to New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Arizona!

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

Escapes Completed


Died in the Wool (A Knit & Nibble Mystery)
Release Date – August 28, 2018
Setting – New Jersey
My Flashback Friday Review!


A Deadly Feast: A Key West Food Critic Mystery
by Lucy Burdette
Release Date – May 7, 2019
Setting – Florida
The Great Escapes Tour stops here tomorrow!


Fair Game (A Zoe Chambers Mystery)
by Annette Dashofy
Release Date – May 14, 2019
Setting – Pennsylvania
The Great Escapes Tour stops here this week for Cozy Wednesday!


The Good Detective
by John McMahon
Release Date – March 19, 2019
Setting – Georgia
Review will be up Thursday


Pineapple Upside Down Murder (The Cast Iron Skillet Mystery)
by Jodi Rath
Release Date – November 23, 2018
Setting – Ohio
My Flashback Friday Read

I also read an early copy of the first book in a new cozy series.
I will share my review when the author sets it up for release.

Scheduled Escapes


Staging is Murder (A Laura Bishop Mystery)
by Grace Topping
Release Date – April 30, 2019
Setting – Pennsylvania
The Great Escapes Tour stops here next Tuesday!


Knit One, Die Two (A Knit & Nibble Mystery)
by Peggy Ehrhart
Release Date – April 30, 2019
Setting – New Jersey
I will feature this book next week for Cozy Wednesday!


Dying for Devil’s Food (Cupcake Bakery Mystery)
by Jenn McKinlay
Release Date – May 7, 2019
Setting – Arizona
For Review

Future Escapes

May 6 – 12, 2019


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Happy Reading!!

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