Mindy McGinnis’s A Madness So Discreet is an intensely dark and unapologetically feminist take on the Sherlock and Watson trope.
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Solving crimes and thwarting conspiracies is a total fam jam for Knightley and Son.
The Prince of Venice Beach by Blake Nelson. There are a thousand stories in the naked city...
Erin reviews Tara Altebrando's What Happens Here, a tale of travel, home, friendship and what happens when everything falls apart.
A review of Colin Fischer, a book about a crimesolving boy with Asperger's. This review includes photos of Benedict Cumberbatch and Coach Taylor.
In Bill Willingham's Down the Mysterly River, a terrific foursome (of mostly talking animals!) go on a quest for truth and survival.
After reading Kelley Armstrong's Spellbound, Jenny's still addicted to the Otherworld series.
Jenny might as well face it, she's addicted to Waking the Witch by Kelley Armstrong.
A review of The Wizard of Dark Street by Shawn Thomas Odyssey, which finds itself in good company among faerie/magic books that Erin actually likes.
Meghan applies to be the sidekick of the titular reluctant detective of Lulu Dark Can See Through Walls by Bennett Madison.