This Is How We Upgrade Ourselves!

The journey towards perfection is a never ending one. Customer satisfaction is our prime aim, and we know that there is always some scope for improvement. We were constantly aware of the need for better management services, which was achieved recently with the help of some excellent software developed by WonderSoft. A lot of tasks […]

A Most Contagious Game

A Most Contagious Game by Catherine Aird (Rue Morgue Press, trade paperback, $14.95) Tom and Enid Schantz used to have a mystery bookstore in Boulder, CO, They sold that and turned to publishing classic British mysteries that had gone out of print. I haven’t read this particular book but I have read others by Catherine […]

Spanish Dagger

Spanish Dagger by Susan Wittig Albert (Berkley, $23.95) There are several reasons that I like the China Bayles mysteries by Susan Wittig Albert. One is the herb lore that I learn through reading the book. I’m not a gardener (as some of you know) but I do enjoy reading about it. Another reason is the […]

And Only to Deceive

And Only to Deceive by Tasha Alexander ($13.95) AND ONLY TO DECEIVE by Tasha Alexander ($13.95) The first in Alexander’s historical series. Set in the late Victorian era, Emily’s husband, Viscount Ashton is killed on an African hunting expedition. Emily decides to learn more about her late husband when she realizes that she is not […]

A Treasury of Regrets

A Treasury of Regrets by Susanne Alleyn ($24.95) “A Treasury of Regrets is the sequel to my first historical mystery novel, Game of Patience, also featuring Aristide Ravel, freelance investigator and part-time agent of the Paris police (please don’t call him a spy) during the French Revolution. In Treasury, Aristide comes to the aid of […]