Here is what I read in July! I had an excellent month!
#25 Angora Alibi by Sally Goldenbaum (A Seaside Knitters Mystery #7) borrowed from library
This is the first book I’ve read in this series and I really enjoyed it. It had a (long) list of characters in the front of the book so it was easy to know who was who. I enjoyed the characters, mystery and how well written the book was. It was a really, good summer read 🙂
#26 Buried in a Book by Lucy Arlington (Novel Idea #1) ebook
Solid 1st book in the series. I enjoyed the plot, character and unique setting of Inspiration Valley and the Coop.
#27 Cut and Thrust by Stuart Woods (Stone Barrington #30) borrowed from library
I think this was one of the best book in the series! I read it in less than 24 hours. I always enjoy my time spent in Stone Barrington’s world.
#28 Pecan Pies and Homicide by Ellery Adams (A Charmed Pie Shoppe #3) ebook
Loved this book!! So many unexpected twists and turns and I expect the next to be the same. Can’t wait!!
#29 Blackberry Pie by Joanne Fluke (Hannah Swensen #17) hardcover
Another great book in this series. I think the plot was one of the best yet! It was different to see Hannah in the hot seat as the one killing someone (not a spoiler, it’s on the dust jacket!) The outcome is not resolved in this book, so I am assuming it will be addressed in the next book. The love triangle is still there but not as obvious as in prior books. Maybe Hannah is finally leaning towards a choice?? It was nice to see Hannah and Delores working together on the case. I think Delores has been softened since being with Doc and it’s a nice development!
#30 A Broth of Betrayal by Connie Archer (Soup Lover’s Mystery #2) ebook
Another strong entry into this series. I enjoyed the plot and getting to know the characters better.
Right now I’m reading Killing Cupid by Laura Levine, it’s the most recent book in the Jaine Austen mystery series. So far it’s quite entertaining!