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Book Notes: Review of “Murders and Metaphors” by Amanda Flower (with author interview!)

If you've been hanging out here at The Biblio Blonde for a while, you may recall that I'm a big cozy mystery fan.  There's just something about the way a charming setting, quirky characters, and a puzzle to be solved all come together for a very entertaining story! I've recently read the first several books… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of “Murders and Metaphors” by Amanda Flower (with author interview!)

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Cover Reveal: Book Three of the Braxton Campus Mysteries by James J. Cudney

Cozy mystery lovers, this one's for you!  Are you ready for a peek at a great new cozy set to release soon... and, I dare say, a hint of spring?!?  (I'm more than ready for both!)   Today I'm participating in a blog tour through Shalini at Digital Reads Blog Tours!   Author James J.… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Book Three of the Braxton Campus Mysteries by James J. Cudney

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Book Notes: Review of “The Night Olivia Fell” by Christina McDonald

Book lovers, it's been a wild few weeks.  Crazy weather, lots of activities... and thankfully, a lot of reading!  I've read a few books for which I didn't do blog posts... if you want to catch up on what I've read, you can visit my Goodreads profile!  (Are we connected on Goodreads?  If not, follow… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of “The Night Olivia Fell” by Christina McDonald

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Book Notes: Review of “Chocolate Cream Pie Murder” by Joanne Fluke

Hello friends!  I'm on a roll with my reading this week.  For my fifth book of the year, I dove back into cozy mystery mode! I'm a longtime reader of the Hannah Swensen series by Joanne Fluke.  Have you checked this one out?  Set in small-town Minnesota, this series centers around bakery owner Hannah, her… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of “Chocolate Cream Pie Murder” by Joanne Fluke

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Book Notes: Review of “The Only Woman in the Room” by Marie Benedict

"Here's looking at you, kid!" "I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship." "After all, tomorrow is another day!" Don't you love old Hollywood?  The stories, the witty writing, the glamour?  I've always enjoyed it, though I confess I haven't seen as much early Hollywood work as I'd like.     One person… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of “The Only Woman in the Room” by Marie Benedict