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Tag Archives: mystery
My guest today is author Teresa Morgan. Here’s a bit about her: Now empty nesters, Teresa Morgan and her husband live in Washington State. They have two adult children and one granddaughter. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theology and is … Continue reading
My guest today is Nancy Mehl, an author equally at home with mystery and touch of romance. Nancy is offering to giveaway a copy of her latest title, Deadly Echoes.(US Only please) So be sure to leave a comment. Here’s Nancy: … 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
Today my guest is Amish Author Vannetta Chapman. She takes a different approach to women and what is demanded of us in this life. Here’s Vannetta: Women and the Imperfect Life My latest release, Murder Simply Brewed, is set in … Continue reading
Anybody Remember The Unforgettable Perry Mason?–Lyn Reviews Erle Stanley Gardner’s The Case of the Shoplifter’s Shoe
The Case of the Shoplifter’s Shoe by Erle Stanley Gardner My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Case of the Shoplifter’s Shoe is one of Perry Mason’s early mysteries, written in 1938. I will always love Perry Mason but I … Continue reading