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Dead Wrong by Leigh Ann Dobbs

Read by Hollis McCarthy (Chirp) This cozy mystery is the first in the Blackmore Sisters Series. The setting is the small, oceanside town of Noquitt, Maine. A huge family home the sisters are trying to save and a legacy of tall tales, family lore and antiques still to uncover. Their home, family history and even their cat are somewhat mysterious. What is even more of … Continue reading Dead Wrong by Leigh Ann Dobbs

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Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes

Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes by Karin Slaughter, Read by Kathleen Early (Chirp) I liked and hated this book. It felt unfinished at the end but then again, it made me think and isn’t that what a good book does? This thriller brings us into the life of a sweet and beautiful young college girl, Julia Carroll, who struggles to find her voice amid the male-dominated … Continue reading Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes

The Lady Travelers Guide to Scoundrels

by Victoria Alexander, Read by Marian Hussey (Chirp by Bookbub) India Pendergast had no desire to travel. She never dreamed of anything more than what she had. Content or at least she accepts her life just as it is, that is until her cousin goes missing. India cannot imagine any place better than England, anyone smarter than herself and anyway but her own. Before believing … Continue reading The Lady Travelers Guide to Scoundrels

Audiobook Review When a Scot Ties the Knot

When a Scot Ties The Knot by Tessa Dare, Read by Carmen Rose Another Chirp audiobook. I forgot how good a story-teller Tessa Dare is, but When a Scot Ties The Knot reminded me of why I love her books. Madeline Gracechurch and Logan McKenzie step out of the pages and into our hearts as their story is brought to life through Carmen Rose’s gentle … Continue reading Audiobook Review When a Scot Ties the Knot

Audio Book Addict

I have mentioned before my addiction to audio-books. I thought discovering Amazon’s Audible was the best thing ever but there’s a new app in town, Chirp by BookBub. https://www.chirpbooks.com/ Chirp has no membership fee and the books available are very reasonable, though older. Don’t get me wrong, I still love Audible, but I’m enjoying the availability of inexpensive audio options. If you are an audio … Continue reading Audio Book Addict