Category Archives: Mystery

83. Beneath the Wake (Ross Pennie)

Have you ever thought about what happens when people die on a cruise ship?  Would you have considered that cruise ships are equipped with morgues?  Would you think that there is the possibility of a burial at sea?  Death on … Continue reading

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56. Girl in Snow (Danya Kukafka)

Thank you to Simon & Schuster Canada who shared an advance reader’s copy of Girl in Snow through a Goodreads Giveaway!  It is always such a special treat to win an ARC and read it before it is published! My … Continue reading

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Lunch with Joy Fielding

In the spirit of Thanksgiving weekend, I am thankful to have spent an afternoon with bestselling, Canadian author Joy Fielding, at the Brantford Public Library.  The event which sold out in one week began with a delicious lunch catered by Kaizen Catering and … Continue reading

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The Deadly Dames Event

The County of Brant Library (Paris Branch) hosts some terrific events for aspiring authors and invited the Deadly Dames to participate in a discussion about writing crime, mystery and suspense.  This quintet of authors form a writers group and share … Continue reading

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71. And Then There Were None (Agatha Christie)

Agatha Christie is a well-loved author who wrote 66 novels, selling over a billion copies.  Her website shares that she is the “best -selling novelist of all time”.  Somehow, despite my habit of reading, I had never read an Agatha … Continue reading

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49. The Life We Bury (Allen Eskens)

The Life We Bury is my July book club read.  It is a fast moving, enticing novel which keeps the reader guessing through the twists and turns in the tale.  It was a refreshing read after the more serious books, They … Continue reading

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