Reed’s deliverance and knowledge of the beekeeping world and Wisconsin setting is energetic, engaging, and enlightening!
McKinlay deftly blends small town environs, charismatic characters and library knowledge judiciously without losing her gait or the reader’s attention.
Lipperman is the rising Texas mystery phenom and proves she is the eponymous beneficiary to Dame Christie-Texas style.
Coyle whips up a yuletide tale that is brimming with bedlam, intrigue, and murder… and winter fun. Really!
If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance is an entertaining tale on par with the best storytellers in all the land of fiction.