Seventh Street November 2017 Any book that opens with the heroine running down a beach carrying a severed head in a bucket, then kicks a cop in the junk because … Continue reading
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.