Friday, July 12, 2013

Victorian Mysteries

Good Morning Bloggers,

Well the morning in Blue Springs, Mo is almost perfect. Thank all of you who sent me birthday wishes. I had a wonderful birthday.

Today I would like to ask how many of you read Victorian mysteries? I am a big fan of them. Terri recently sent me a collection of short stories that host some Victorian mysteries. I love the Mrs. Jefferies Series.

If you read them tell us some of your favorite Victorian mystery title. I am always on the outlook for era mysteries.

My summer had been challenging and fun. I have had a few peaks and valleys but who among us hasn't as even the weather has hosted peaks and valleys.

What has been your most fun summer read? For me Dead, White and Blue by Carolyn Hart was of course really fun. I also have to say I have discovered Evan Marshall Mysteries and I am enjoying one of his series. Currently reading TOSTING TINA and so between the Victorian Short Stories and the Evan Marshall Mysteries I am in heaven.


Have a great weekend!



1 comment:

  1. The book I sent was The 'Dead Witness' edited by Michael Simm. Had a fun mix of authors I knew and new ones.



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