Book Review: Murder in the South of France

Murder in the South of France by Susan Kiernan-Lewis is the first book in the series of cosy murder mystery series. Now I normally like these kinds of books, they don't really have the best of plots, and to be honest they take away a lot from actual police work that would normally get people sent … Continue reading Book Review: Murder in the South of France

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Book Review: Bloody Scotland

Bloody Scotland is a collection of short stories by 12 Scottish crime authors, the twist to the short stories? They have to involve buildings with heritage in their stories. Each story is well written, people will enjoy some stories more than other's.  I enjoyed the more historic one's, but that is more of my preference, … Continue reading Book Review: Bloody Scotland

Book Review: Fanny and Stella: The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England

Fanny and Stella; The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England is about two young men who dressed as women.  From the information given we don't know the reasons for them cross-dressing, Stella had been dressing up as a lady since they were a child, according to their mother, who stated it during the trial.  However … Continue reading Book Review: Fanny and Stella: The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England