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Book Review: Ten Lords A-Leaping: A Mystery

Ten Lords A-Leaping: A Mystery by C.C. BenisonMy rating: 3 of 5 starsI received a copy of the book through NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.The title does sound a bit Christmas-sy and the lead character is called Father Tom Chr...
by BamesLive on Dec 9, 2013

THE INHERITANCE

Today I am offering a very short story for your enjoyment. It started as a challenge to write a succinct story in very few words. The original story was 500 words, including the title. I have added a few more … Continue reading →...
by Second Wind Publishing on Dec 4, 2013

THE INHERITANCE

Today I am offering a very short story for your enjoyment. It started as a challenge to write a succinct story in very few words. The original story was 500 words, including the title. I have added a few more … Continue reading →...
by Second Wind Publishing on Dec 4, 2013

Book Review: The Last Clinic

The Last Clinic: A Darla Cavannah Mystery by Gary GusickMy rating: 2 of 5 starsI received a copy of the book via NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. Reverend Jimmy Aldridge is protesting in front of a women's clinic. While protes...
by BamesLive on Nov 19, 2013

Free Ebook – A Hemorrhaging of Souls by Nicola Furlong

My dark psychological thriller A Hemorrhaging of Souls is a free ebook to the first 20 GoodReads’ members to sign up. More info: GoodReads Give it a read and let me know what you think. The post Free Ebook – A Hemorrhaging of Souls by Nic...
by nicolafurlong.com on Nov 18, 2013

Free Ebook – A Hemorrhaging of Souls by Nicola Furlong

My dark psychological thriller A Hemorrhaging of Souls is a free ebook to the first 20 GoodReads’ members to sign up. More info: GoodReads Give it a read and let me know what you think. The post Free Ebook – A Hemorrhaging of Souls by Nic...
by nicolafurlong.com on Nov 18, 2013

Publication Delayed – Teed Off! by Nicola Furlong

Bit of bummer news. Due to production issues, Oak Tree Books’ republication of my first murder mystery Teed Off! will be delayed until the new year. New launch date TBD. The post Publication Delayed – Teed Off! by Nicola Furlong appeared...
by nicolafurlong.com on Nov 14, 2013

Publication Delayed – Teed Off! by Nicola Furlong

Bit of bummer news. Due to production issues, Oak Tree Books’ republication of my first murder mystery Teed Off! will be delayed until the new year. New launch date TBD. The post Publication Delayed – Teed Off! by Nicola Furlong appeared...
by nicolafurlong.com on Nov 14, 2013

Top Five Reasons to Hate* Golf

I’ve previously mentioned my quintet of likes, but turnaround is fair game, so here are my top five reasons to hate* golf… 1) Can be excruciatingly slow and I prefer action. 2) Requires the player to be static and proactive … Continue r...
by nicolafurlong.com on Nov 10, 2013

Top Five Reasons to Hate* Golf

I’ve previously mentioned my quintet of likes, but turnaround is fair game, so here are my top five reasons to hate* golf… 1) Can be excruciatingly slow and I prefer action. 2) Requires the player to be static and proactive … Continue r...
by nicolafurlong.com on Nov 10, 2013

Oak Tree Books to Republish Teed Off! Mystery by Nicola Furlong

I’m really excited to announce the republication of Teed Off!, my first murder mystery, by Oak Tree Books. Crackling with wit and suspense, TEED OFF! delivers three holes in one: a complex and engrossing murder mystery, a fascinating glimpse...
by nicolafurlong.com on Oct 9, 2013

Oak Tree Books to Republish Teed Off! Mystery by Nicola Furlong

I’m really excited to announce the republication of Teed Off!, my first murder mystery, by Oak Tree Books. Crackling with wit and suspense, TEED OFF! delivers three holes in one: a complex and engrossing murder mystery, a fascinating glimpse...
by nicolafurlong.com on Oct 9, 2013

Book Review: Dead Ringers: Volumes 1-3

Dead Ringers: Volumes 1-3 by Darlene Gardner My rating: 3 of 5 stars I had received a copy of  Dead Ringers: Volumes 1-3 from NetGalley. Jade Green wakes up to find herself in a deserted carnival. She has no idea what happened to her except th...
by BamesLive on Aug 27, 2013

Book Review: The Land of Dreams

The Land of Dreams by Vidar Sundstol My rating: 3 of 5 stars I had received a copy of The Land of Dreams from NetGalley. Lance Hanson is a Law Enforcement Officer for the Forest Service which means that he works for a national park near Lake Superi...
by BamesLive on Aug 26, 2013

Book Review: The Red Queen Dies

The Red Queen Dies: A Mystery by Frankie Y. Bailey My rating: 2 of 5 stars The story of The Red Queen Dies is set in the year 2019 and revolves around Hannah McCabe, a police detective, who is investigating a number of murders suggesting the work of...
by BamesLive on Aug 6, 2013

Book Review: The Cuckoo's Calling

The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith My rating: 4 of 5 stars First of all, even if Robert Galbraith was not a pseudonym, I would have read The Cuckoo's Calling simply because I love reading mysteries. I had actually bought the Kindle version of...
by BamesLive on Aug 5, 2013

Mysteriously Yours: Uptown Abbey

On the heels of Once Upon a Murder, Mysteriously Yours... Mystery Dinner Theatre brings you Uptown Abbey, a funny spoof of the popular British TV Drama. In this story, Lord and Lady Upton, desperate to marry off their daughters, are running out of ti...
by Toronto Teacher Mom on Aug 2, 2013

Book Review: Murder on Cue

Murder on Cue by Jane Dentinger My rating: 4 of 5 stars Murder on Cue is a light murder mystery. It is the first book in the Jocelyn O'Roarke Mystery. The story revolves around theater actress Jocelyn O'Roarke. She has been roped in to be the unders...
by BamesLive on Jul 31, 2013

Salvation Of A Saint : Novel Review

Book Review: When a man is discovered dead by poisoning in his empty home his beautiful wife, Ayane, immediately falls under suspicion. All clues point to Ayane being the logical suspect, but how could she have committed the crime when … Contin...
by Jigar Doshi on Jul 30, 2013

Trekking, Traipsing, and Writing by Carole Howard

I caught the travel bug from my husband, the intrepid former Peace Corps volunteer.  Since I met him, this girl from the Bronx – who’d previously been as far as Niagara Falls –  has done her fair share of packing … Continue reading U...
by Second Wind Publishing on Jul 23, 2013


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