Category Archives: Mysteries

Orphan Black (Season 1)

I’ve seen the first three episodes of the twisty suspense series Orphan Black on Amazon Prime.  It has been on my radar for a long time, but I never took the time to watch it. We’re in a real television … Continue reading

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D.O.A. on TV: Gracepoint

  An Americanized version of the British television series Broadchurch, Gracepoint centers around the death of a 12 year old boy named Danny Solano. It really is a fine mystery series, with a Murder on The Orient Express-ish feeling that … Continue reading

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Review at Merlyn Perilous for Death In the Time of Ice by Kaye George

My book blog Adventures of Merlyn Perilous is finally perking along.  I decided I should just say what I want to about books I enjoy and not try to have a formal review.  Books and my reaction to them are … Continue reading

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Book Launch A Death in Lionel’s Woods at Buffalo Books and Coffee

I first met Christine Husom at a library event I hosted in 2011.  She drew a nice crowd and they loved her and she loved them, so it seemed. She definitely had that gift of back and forth with the … Continue reading

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Also received…The Family Way by Rhys Bowen

The postman didn’t need to ringeth twice to also deliver the newest Molly Murphy novel by Rhys Bowen “The Family Way”.   Rhys has been talking about her new book and making some of the first chapter available on her blog … Continue reading

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Just. Buzz. Off.

Buzz Off! according to the Online Slang Dictionary means: To go away. Origin: from onomatopoeia “buzz”, the sound an insect makes, implying that the person addressed is annoying and should leave. I used to use that phrase all the time, … Continue reading

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The 2010 Edgar Award Winners

The Edgar Awards, presented annually since 1946 by the Mystery Writers of America were awarded April 29th, 2010. I’ve listed all of the winners here. Visit the official Mystery Writers of America Edgar page for the complete list of nominees … Continue reading

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