Shattered Silk by Barbara Michaels Georgetown (Book Review)

This month for our Throwback book we’re diving into Shattered Silk by Barbara Michaels, Book Two in the Georgetown Trilogy. It is a bit of a mystery, a bit of romance, a quaint vintage clothing boutique, and combined with some deadly…

The Christmas Train (Book Review)

The Christmas Train By David Baldacci – A Time Travel Book Review Initially published in 2002, The Christmas Train is a timeless classic. It is a book I’ve read many times over the years. It is always fun when an…

Eulogy in Black and White by Caleb Pirtle III

MRC Recommends Eulogy in Black and White by Caleb Pirtle III Death Stalks a Small Town.Magnolia Bluff waits.With apprehension.With dread.With terror.May twenty-third is coming.Somebody always dies on May twenty-third.Why?No one knows.A killer walks in the shadows.The killer is ready to…

40 Best Mystery and Crime Audiobooks for long road trips

Are you ready for 40 of the best Mystery and Crime Audiobooks to listen to on your next long road trip across the States? The MRC team picked out 40 of our favorite mystery audiobooks in different sub-genres from thriller…

Book Review: Fortunes of War by Gordon Zuckerman

Today we are bringing you a WWII era mystery that will leave your head spinning (in all the best ways!). Title: Fortunes of War by Gordon ZuckermanPages: 314 pages; We listened to it on audiobook and it was 8 hours…

Book Review: Underneath the Fireflies by Marianne Scott

Welcome to the iRead Book Tour for Underneath the Fireflies by Marianne Scott! Today we have a #BookReview of Underneath the Fireflies + a Giveaway too! About Underneath the Fireflies Underneath the Fireflies by Marianne ScottCategory:  Adult Fiction (18+),  496 pagesGenre: Murder…

Book Review: Snow Storm by Mike Alger

Today we have a book review of Snow Storm by Mike Alger! He is an Author and Audiobook Narrator! You can see his insights into what makes an Audiobook Good in our guest post from him and listen to our…

Guest Post: What makes an Audiobook Good?

“Can you address what aspects would make some mysteries/suspense/thrillers good for audiobook production and others not so good?“ This question caught me off guard a little bit because my initial reaction is to say that if you have a good…

A Fishy Game of Clue

A Fishy Clue! One of my favorite board games has always been Clue. It’s all about the mystery, the investigation, following the clues to discover the culprit, the whodunits. Was it Colonel Mustard in the library with the candlestick or…