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Tag Archives: British mystery
My guest today is British Mystery Author Veronica Heley who visits me at least once a year. I love her kind of book! And today she’s going to share her favorite recipe WHICH I ABSOLUTELY will try out. YUMMY-SOUNDING. Her publisher, Severn House, will be delighted to send a digital copy to one commenter as a giveaway. So be sure to look for the QUESTION below and leave a comment. Here’s Veronica: Continue reading
British Mystery Author Veronica Heley has often been my guest. This year I offered to review her latest mystery. So here it is!
Murder by Suspicion (Ellie Quicke, #16)Murder by Suspicion by Veronica Heley Continue reading
Dark Assassin by Anne Perry My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have become an ardent Anne Perry fan. I love to listen to her Victorian England mysteries on audio with my husband. Be warned however that her stories are intense. … Continue reading
My guest today is British Mystery author Veronica Heley. She shares about her experiences as a child in England during WWII. Here’s Veronica and THE TRUTH CAN HURT: Only six years old I was six when the war started. My … Continue reading
I’m pleased to have British Mystery Author Veronica Heley as my guest again! Veronica is going to talk a little about how to look at life and as an example Mary, the Mother of Jesus. She also is going share … Continue reading
I’m delighted to welcome British mystery author Veronica Helely who is going to tell us the story of a modern Ruth and share about her latest mystery. Here’s Veronica: “Hard times in a northern country meant that a new family … Continue reading
This is the third time I’ve had the pleasure of hosting British Mystery Author Veronica Heley. Continue reading
My guest today is British Author Veronica Heley. She was my guest last year and I inadvertently misspelled her last name. But she forgave me. If you like a good British mystery, I think that you might want to try … Continue reading