"More character study than mystery, this amusing and easy read contains a tasty gingerbread cookie recipe, a minimum of bloodshed, charming characters, revelations about relationships, and some advice and life lessons courtesy of the "spirited" Aunt Dimity."
"The characters and circumstances in Gigi Levangie Grazer's latest book could have been taken directly from the pages of your favorite supermarket tabloid.......or perhaps The New York Post's PAGE SIX. Could this guy be "THE DONALD"?"
"There are no serial killers lurking in the fog, there is no crime to solve nor is our heroine ever forced to defend herself using her knitting needles as a weapon. This is a relatively simple story about marriage, motherhood, coping with the roadblocks life throws at you, and building friendships."
"If you get those "warm fuzzy feelings" reading stories where the "chubby girl" makes good and gets to stick it to the ex-boyfriend who publically humiliated her, this book will present you with a pleasant afternoon."
"One thing is for certain, you absolutely cannot read a Diana Mott Davidson culinary mystery without being doubly satisfied. Ms. Davidson offers lovers of "cozys" interesting murders to be solved as well as complete recipes for the tempting culinary creations whipped up by her protagonist Goldy (Baer) Schultz."
"Winemaking in Virginia is the foundation upon which this novel is built. The remainder of the structure, the bricks and mortar so to speak, concerns the who and why of a couple of murders, a clash between neighbors regarding the practice of fox hunting, a look at the quirky inhabitants of the Blue Ridge Mountain town of Atoka."
"The flavor of this novel is somewhere between Noel Coward and Stella Dallas. Our protagonist, Peter, is a Walter Mitty-ish man who would probably be a great girl-friend but as a romantic lead, leaves a lot to be desired."
"What happens when a successful 29 year old female London lawyer, on the verge of being made a partner in a renowned law firm, makes what appears to be a critical error and through a series of incredible events finds herself masquerading as a housekeeper in the middle of the English countryside? Find out here."
"If you love all things vintage (movies, clothing, music, people) you're sure to enjoy A VINTAGE AFFAIR. Isabel Wolff has created a novel filled with endearing and memorable characters whose life stories will intrigue you and take you on an emotional roller coaster ride."
"Agatha Raisen is in her 50's, has an arthritic hip that constantly gives her trouble, is just a tad jealous of Toni (the blond, beautiful and extremely photogenic junior member of the detective agency) and is feeling a more than a little insecure about her looks since her ex-husband James has decided to marry a woman several years his junior."
"This book captures the very essence of the city of San Francisco and exposes its readers to a true "melting pot" of human quirks and hang-ups........everything from kinky sex and sensual escapades to friendship and fairy tale weddings courtesy of an unconventional and eclectic cast of characters."