Linda Gray

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Off the Deep End

This is a well-done mystery with a plausible yet surprising ending.

Local Gone Missing

Fans of Barton’s mysteries will enjoy identifying Ebbing’s bad actors and figuring out how the characters’ backstories weave together to allow Elise and her team to solve the crime.

Wild Irish Rose

This installment will please readers of the series and welcome new ones to the adventures of a woman determined to use her talents, even if they do fall outside of society’s expectations.

Murder at the Porte de Versailles

Black’s latest is a fast-paced, atmospheric mystery that brings back memories of worldwide fear after 9/11. It’s best for fans of the series who will recognize the numerous characters and memories brought together in the 20th in the series (following Murder in Bel-Air).

The Pickwick Murders

Fans of mysteries with historical backgrounds, especially the popular Victorian period, will enjoy this latest installment.

Bone Rattle

Cameron writes with great respect for Indigenous Alaskans and builds suspense steadily in this story. Readers can pick up this installment without having read the other titles in the series. This crime fiction won’t disappoint fans of law enforcement novels and adventures set in the Alaska wilderness.

Unlocking: A Memoir of Family and Art

This well-written memoir will please a specific audience who will identify with the author’s zeal for museums, art, and art history.

Bespotted: My Family's Love Affair with Thirty-Eight Dalmatians

The recounting of dog showing and whelping is sometimes a bit dull, but overall this memoir is well written and sincere. However, with so many recent dog stories, this is not a necessary purchase and recommended only where demand is high.

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