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I decided to have NO COMMENTS here. So I do not have to keep check for SPAM. If anyone wants to ask a question, concerning books I have read, they can do so, on my regular blog, Auntie sezzzzzz... .

Sunday, July 28, 2013

"The Hangman's Row Enquiry"

"The Hangman's Row Enquiry"
Ann Purser

The first book in "An Ivy Beasley Mystery Series"...

A fun Cozy Mystery...

"Ivy Beasley, the beloved cantankerous spinster from the Lois Meade mysteries, has found a silver lining in her golden years as an amateur sleuth.

She teams up with Gus, a mysterious newcomer to the small English village of Barrington who can't resist a little excitement even as he strives to........"

You can read more, by going to Good Reads........


Saturday, July 13, 2013

"Bweitched, Bothered, and Biscotti"

"Bweitched, Bothered, and Biscotti"
Bailey Cates

The 2nd book in the new "A Magical Bakery Mystery" Series, and I'm continuing to love it.

Elizabeth commented;
 "I absolutely love the world that Bailey Cates has created in the Magical Bakery series and how Katie's relationships are with all the other characters in the novels."

I agree!!!  And I like how the main characters are being more fleshed out, as well.  Making a standard plot line (of "heroine-has-two-guys-to-choose-from") much more interesting. 



Wednesday, July 10, 2013

"Buried In A Bog"

"Buried In A Bog"
Sheila Connolly

I loved it!  And it's the first in a new series, called "A County Cork Mystery Series."  Hooray!  More to look forward to.

Obviously set in Ireland, in a tiny little village, from whence came our heroine's Gran.  Who made her promise to visit there, after Gran's death.

Twists and turns...  Keep the reader interested...  Lots of background info, on Ireland and the Irish, given...

To read more reviews of this book, please click here...  And go to "Good Reads."

And many thanks to the Dear Reader, whom I don't remember...  But who mentioned reading this book, and thus, led me to it.  :-)


Tuesday, July 9, 2013


"Entwined" by Heather Dixon

Who could resist that cover???  :-)

It's a book, based on the old faerie tale "The 12 Dancing Princesses."  

Actually, it was too long, for me.  Too much discription of all the dances, they learned.  Too many *trials* for our heroine.   It was like too many "Perils Of Pauline," and I get tired of books, which put the heroine through too many icky happenings.

To read more about this book, with varying reviews, please click here...............


Monday, July 1, 2013

"The Ocean At The End Of The Lane"

"The Ocean At The End Of The Lane"
Neil Gaiman

Who could resist that Title and Cover Art?!?!?!?

From:  Good Reads site...
"Sussex, England. A middle-aged man returns to his childhood home to attend a funeral. Although the house he lived in is long gone, he is drawn to the farm at the end of the road, where, when he was seven, he encountered a most remarkable girl, Lettie Hempstock, and her mother and grandmother. He hasn't thought of Lettie in decades, and..."

This is the 2nd book by this author, I have read.  He writes in a very different and quirky way.

Below, from another review...
"Once again, Neil does what he does so well: he takes us by the hand and introduces us to a dark, tangled corner of the universe full of things that make us shiver and hold our breath in the dark."  

A rather short book, btw....  :-)