I really liked that this book changed things up a bit with the characters–and in a way that didn’t require the couple to have a completely stupid fight so the book could be all about Robin and Adam getting back together (by far my biggest pet peeve about series centered around a single couple). Read more at Love Bytes Reviews.
“Here’s a cozy to spend the night with. Or day with. Or both. I read it right through because I had to know whodunnit. I was completely satisfied with the ending. Now I can’t wait for the next mystery to roll out and my next visit with Adam, Robin, and Campbell.” Read more at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words.
And I have the cover art for Lessons in Trust. Another corker.
But only with my stories, of course. Am at Book Reviews and More by Kathy, discussing how we authors are loathe to throw good stuff away.
Am at Wicked Faeries reviews with both my reader and writer hats on, thinking about what’s in books that authors may not have realised they put in.
Am at The Novel approach, answering the question (was it Sandra Lindsey who asked me?) “Is there any research you’ve done that changed the course of a story?” You can also read a long excerpt from Two Feet Under at MM Good book reviews.
The review at Jessie G says, “Charlie Cochrane can take her place among the best of British mystery writers with this fabulous series.” That’s me blushing.
The Two feet Under tour continues with an interview at The Blogger Girls. Find out how I come up with character names and murder plots.