Salutations bookish companions, your friendly neighborhood BookShark is back! Today, I’m partnering with the publishers of SparkPress to review Kari Bovée’s latest novel, Peccadillo at the Palace. This book marks the second installment in the An Annie Oakley Mystery series. Take a gander at my review below, learn more about the book and author, and don’t forget to add Peccadillo at the Palace to your to-read list, if it piques your fancy!
Welcome bookish connoisseurs and novices, your friendly neighborhood BookShark is here! Today, I’m partnering with the publishers of She Writes Press to bring you an early excerpt from Michelle Cox’s upcoming novel, A Veil Removed. This book marks the fourth installment in the Henrietta and Inspector Howard series. Check out the excerpt below, learn more about the book and author, and don’t forget to mark your calendars because it won’t be long before A Veil Removed hits the shelves on April 30th!
Welcome to the Smoke and Key Blog Tour! This marks one of seventeen stops on the Fantastic Flying Book Club (FFBC) blog tour hosting Smoke and Key by Kelsey Sutton, a historical mystery set during the dawn of the 20th century but the dusk of our characters lives–as they reanimate in a subterranean world they shape into their new home. Dig in to find out more about the book and author, read my review, enter a giveaway to win one of two (2) copies of the book, and visit other stops along the tour. Now, let’s unearth some long-buried histories and mysteries!
Welcome to the In the Neighborhood of True Blog Tour! This marks one of nineteen stops on the Fantastic Flying Book Club (FFBC) blog tour hosting In the Neighborhood of True by Susan Kaplan Carlton, a historical drama set during a difficult and frightening time for people of color in America, especially in the South, after segregation was outlawed. Stick around to find out more about the book and author, read my review, enter a giveaway to win one of two (2) copies of the book, and visit other stops along the tour. Now, let’s set back our watches and travel back through a dark period in American history!
Morning, morning bookish butterflies!
Hope your spring reading has been flourishing in the sunshine and warm weather! It’s been pretty dim and rainy in my neck of the woods the last few days (reading weather!). But, you know what they say: April showers bring book towers! No. Well…they should.
Speaking of book towers, isn’t time we tamed our vicious TBRs before they topple us? And what better way to do that than Continue reading