Saturday, April 23, 2016

A White House Chef Mystery by Julie Hyzy

I have discovered another cosy mystery series that I really like. It is not just a murder mystery story it is more like spies, terror threats, bomb threats etc. Security breaches at the White House. That sort of thing.

Screen shot from Fantastic Fiction

There are lots of books in the series so it will keep me going for while. I started with no.6 and have now gone back as my library goes. They don't have the first 3.

The life of the first female executive chef in the White House progresses through the series. You get to work through her relationship with the first families and her love life. She can do anything and is very brave and resourceful. I like this character. She is late thirties I think.


Happy Reading,


Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Agatha Raisin in Deadly Dance

It has been way too long since I read an Agatha Raisin adventure.
I had forgotten what a feisty old gal she is and I thoroughly enjoyed the e-book I borrowed through my library.

The volume of e-books is slowly growing. At present there are only random selections from some of my favourite authors but this makes me try new ones.

If you haven't already clicked the link in the first line you must check out all the Agatha Raisin books by MC Beaton on my original blog post.

If you haven't already tried e-books on your tablet just visit your library online and find the e-books link. You will need to download the Bolinda app for one lot and the Overdrive app for another lot.

Happy Reading,

Friday, April 1, 2016

E-audio books from Bolinda

I love the library on-line.

In March I listened to Six Sacred Stones by Matthew Reilly.
The narrater has a great voice and does all the characters really well. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

Just log into your local library using the Bolinda app and download from the catalogue. I use my iPad but you can also use your phone.

The choice is limited but I am sure they are adding all the time.

Happy Listening,