Joanne’s Mystery Picks

MYCROFT HOLMES by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Anna Waterhouse Mycroft Holmes is making a name for himself as the Secretary to the Secretary of State for War in the British government. When his best friend, Cyrus Douglas, receives disturbing reports of child murders in his birthplace of Trinidad, Holmes shares his friend’s distress. When Holmes’ fiancée, … Continue reading Joanne’s Mystery Picks

Joanne’s Mystery Picks

THE GRAVE’S a FINE and PRIVATE PLACE by Alan Bradley How sad that after waiting for so long for the next book in the delightful Flavia de Luce series that I should read it in one sitting!  It was impossible to put it down – and now I have to wait for however long again … Continue reading Joanne’s Mystery Picks

Joanne’s Mystery Picks

Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mew’d by Alan Bradley How wonderful it is to have Flavia back in England after her “interesting” year at Miss Bodycote’s Female Academy in Toronto!  None is more pleased than Flavia, herself.  However, her pleasure is put on hold when Dogger informs her that her father is ill in hospital … Continue reading Joanne’s Mystery Picks