Sourcebooks October 2017 Vivian Witchell, 1930’s radio personality and up-and-coming star, is (barely) enduring her mother’s society Christmas party when she wanders into her late father’s study and makes an … Continue reading
The back copy of this substantial novel advertises this as the “Big Gay European Road Trip Novel you didn’t know you were waiting for,” and frankly, I can’t think of a better way to put it.
It’s been awhile since I’ve been excited about a new PI series, but this has earned a place on the top of my reading wish list—I can’t wait for the next.
A fun and humorous cozy that has it all—super readable with charming characters and a sharp plot—can feel like a unicorn in the wild sometimes. But if it’s what you’ve also been searching for, look no further. (For a great book, I mean. I can’t help you find unicorns.)
In this wholly captivating novel, Mia Haas has carved out a life for herself in Chicago as an overnight pharmacist working with the bleary-eyed patrons who wander into the store in the dead of night.
Knopf Books July 2016 There’s something sort of mysterious and romantic about Salem Massachusetts, isn’t there? Even though it was the site of brutal witch hangings, there is still a … Continue reading