The Heretics Hymnal by Ken Dalton

…feel the juxstaposition of iPhones and Teslas with the old fashioned jargon from an old nostalgic detective noir film appealing. Sayings like “…the skinny, patsy, and Sucker, and fink. I can’t remember the last time I heard the word fink. All together, they made the novel fun and engaging for me…

GIRL WITH A GUN (An Annie Oakley Mystery) by Kari Bovee

…find the architecture and the property surrounding our home so inspirational, comforting, and quiet, it’s easy for me to get lost in my own imagination, which is a wonderful thing. The challenge (I think for all writers) is to not let everyday responsibilities and stress encroach on such a sac…

The Photograph by L.E. Luttrell

…He was just about to check it again when he felt the ladder begin to move. Looking down, he could see a man standing below him with his hands on the ladder. The man looked like Lachlan, which he thought very strange because he didn’t think Lachlan was able to walk. Perhaps he’d misunderstood. Greer had said he’d been in an accident, but she didn’t say how disabled he was. Gordon had seen the wheelchair and the stair…

Haunted by Tessa Buckley

…Mrs. Devlin put her hand to her mouth. “Oh, Ted! Are you hurt? What happened?” Mr. Devlin glared up at us. “I fell over the poxy suit of armour! This house is a deathtrap!” He kicked the remains of Sir Hubert that lay scattered…

Mimi Takes Europe by Elizabeth Cook

…Welcome back to Lamon Reviews. Today we are participating in a book blast for a cozy mystery by author Elizabeth Cook titled Mimi Takes Europe…