Monday, 30 June 2008

Sins of the Fathers by Patricia Sprinkle

Katherine heads off on a genealogical trip with Dr Flo Gadney. The purpose of the trip is to research to see if those named on a headstone in a family churchyard are indeed the ancestors of Dr Flo. Several murders later and lots of gun fire and the two women establish the truth. Lots of use of genealogical sources which is good and readers can identify with.

Deep in the Valley by Robyn Carr

This was a lovely book. The last few months have been fairly hectic for me, and strangly my reading has almost come to a standstill. So it was lovely to receive this in the post and for this to be the book that splurted me back to reading again - thank you!

June Hudson is a Doctor. She needs help to keep the town healthy. She interview a Doc who appears to good to be true, then she hears a comment from a patient and starts to doubt her colleague....June is lonely, she only has a work and the locals in the community for company then she meets Jim, who is not all he appears to be,and romance is in the air.

This is a start of a trilogy, I'll see if I can locate books 2 & 3.

The Main Corpse by Diane Mott Davidson

Finished several weeks ago. This was not the first I have read in this series, and I found this one to have a slow storyline.

Caterer Goldy, can not keep out of trouble, despite being married to a policeman! Her good friend is accused of murder but Goldy can not believe this and tries to help her friend establish the truth. In the meantime, Goldy becomes a fugative herself!


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