Murder on Sea: Review + Tour Stop

Someone has been sending out anonymous cards jam-packed with hurtful remarks. “You have no style.” “Greedy pig.” Amateur sleuth Pearl didn’t take them seriously until her accountant ends up dead. What’s even more terrifying is the card that she had received. It says: “Lose your temper — and you lose everything.” Because the victim’s nephew doesn’t trust the […]

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A Death In The Dales: Review + Tour Stop

Aunt Freda’s summons arrived from beyond the grave. Freda Simonson had been feeling guilty ever since she’s witnessed a horrible crime surrounding the landlord of the Yorkshire tavern. Even when she died, she refused to forget about his demise. She decided to enrol Kate Shackleton’s service to bring the culprit to justice. But Kate has no desire to work […]

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The Girl In The Glass: Review + Tour Stop

I’ve found a gem. The Girl In The Glass is chilling and mysterious. 108 years after the devastating death of his great-great-grandmother, Aimée Garnier, the patriarch of the Whitby family learns about his next biggest nightmare: the murder of his favourite eldest daughter.  Veronica Aimée Whitby was found raped and brutally killed. She was only 18. Soon, […]

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The Death Season: Review

Wesley Peterson is a workaholic; it come as no surprise that he has the habit of neglecting his family to focus on his job as a Detective Sergeant. His next case: to solve a series of murder that could very well harm someone important to him. Meanwhile his friend, Archaeologist Neil Watson, has to uncover the identity […]

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The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto: Review + Tour Stop

Frankie Presto has led a colourful life. He was born in a burning church, abandoned as an infant, and raised by a music teacher in a small town, until war rips his life apart. Mitch Albom’s passion for music is clearly shown. Everyone joins a band in this life. You are born into your first one. […]

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Secrets of Singapore: Review

Like puns? Like trivia? You’re gonna like Secrets of Singapore. My favourite bit of Secrets of Singapore is the brief mention of popular comedy duo, Wang Sa and Ye Fong. I wasn’t yet born during their performing years (not counting their last appearance in 1994), but the family had DVDs of their hilarious skits, so […]

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